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To answer an unasked question, as the eldest of eight children, I became the unofficial keeper of tales at an early age. I started doing genealogy in earnest about 1990 when I discovered I have a talent for doing research, while studying for my BA in Art History at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. My father was a Professional Photographer in Pontiac for over 30 years and he taught his children his craft and instilled in us a love of good photography. Through the years I have been amassing my own collection of family memorial photographs that I call "Engraved in Stone". A substantial amount of this collection was captured on film and has yet to be digitized. Finding "Find a Grave" has given me a way to share those photographs easily and economically with family members. Helping people like you, gentle reader, is a pleasure because I enjoy doing the research just as much as I enjoy wandering the cemeteries and taking pictures.|
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|Patrick Stephens||RE: Isabella Guerin|
I actually just shot you an email, I will double check that on Isabella.
|Elizabeth Tharby||Monica and George Burke|
Dear Frye Photo,
Many thanks for your quick response to my request for the photo of my great aunt and uncles final resting place. I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to photograph their markers.
Many, many thanks to you for the photograph of my relatives' headstones, most especially my grandmother and namesake Raquel Flores!
Added by Raquel on Dec 12, 2014 2:54 PM
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Thank you for the headstone photograph....|
Find A Grave Memorial# 27122167,
Mary Julia "Molly" Foster Childress.
Your kindness will not be forgotten, and we appreciate your dedication to our families this year.
Gratitude hugs, Wendy and families
Thanks so much for Ellen Starner tombstone photo.
You don't know how much I appreciate your doing this.
Added by Mona on Dec 11, 2014 8:25 PM
|Kati McSweeney||Russells @ Perry Mount Park Cemetery|
Dear Frye Photo,
Thank you so much for posting the tombstone photos of Flossie Irene (nee Roberts) Rider and her husband Russell G. Rider for my family and me!
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased ancestors and relatives is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is also a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors!
With heartfelt gratitude,
|Carol (Judy) Tear||Ernest A and GordonTear markers|
Thank you so very much for taking the time and effort to take pictures of the Tear family markers. I appreciate your work. Judy Tear, Roanoke,VA
|Lisa Haerens||Auclair Thanks!|
Thank you so much for visiting Mount Hope Cemetery in Pontiac and capturing the Auclair resting places! I truly appreciate your time and your photographs! ~ Lisa
|Bernie_L||Re: George Vincent Nash|
Thanks for posting the excellent photo of George's marker, at Perry Mount Park Cemetery. George was a Native American, and World War I veteran. His burial made national news when White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery management halted the burial in progress, because the cemetery was for whites only.
Added by Bernie_L on Oct 24, 2014 9:22 AM
|Jack Gilchrist||Carson West Search - Thanks|
Thank you for the search for burial info about Carson in the Perry Mount Park Cemetery in Pontiac, Oakland Co., Michigan.
Your efforts are most appreciated. I have removed my photo request and updated my records to show that no records were found that indicate he was burial in this cemetery.
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