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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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Thank you for looking.
Added by Larry on Nov 02, 2016 10:27 AM
|Nicole La Faive||Cornelia Hoard|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request.
|Sonia Davis||Powe and Speck Family|
Thank you so much for all the photos of my family.
|Jill Eischer||Sheriff Grave|
Thank you so much for your prompt response to my request for this picture. I appreciate what you do very much!
|diane doss||Findagrave photo|
Thank You so much for taking the photo of Ruby M. Clark's grave. She was my Grandmother and although she died in 1995 I have not been able to get back to Michigan to visit her grave.
|Sandy Trudell Duke||Leo Dargis Photo|
Thank you soooooo much for the pix!
|Nicole La Faive||Frye Photo Request|
Thanks for taking the picture of the plot without the headstone.
|Jeff Hall||Thank you|
Many thanks for the headstone photo added for PVT Leo L Davis, nice work!
|gnsaxton||Neil Saxton-Perry Mount park|
Many thanks for posting the grave marker photo.I had a hard time locating the ones I took when we went up there in 2015.Your dad took a lot of our school pictures for Crofoot and PCHS.Neil lived behind the Columbia Ave. Plant and walked to work at the engine assembly plant from 1932-1960's.His wife was a church organist for many years in downtown Pontiac.
Added by gnsaxton on Sep 09, 2016 10:41 PM
|DKeeler||James Miller photo|
Thank you so much for having this photo available to us! My cousin asked if I could locate a photo of his father's headstone...and here it is! Thank you thank you thank you!
Added by DKeeler on Sep 03, 2016 9:26 PM
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