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I came across FAG when researching my family heritage. Since then I find myself visiting every cemetery I run across.. The photo attached is markers I found of three unknown Union Soldiers in a small cemetery in Dexter, Mo. I found and photographed markers at Arlington National for a friend I made on FAG. And photographed a memorial at Gettysburg, PA for the same friend who's GGG Grandfather fought. Found some requests in Baltimore, MD, but you can probably find me every weekend at Olivewood, Evergreen or Riverside National cemeteries in Riverside, Ca.|
Being a Veteran myself I find pride taking photo's of my fellow brothers / sisters for their families.
Some sir names I am researching are Bower, Keith, Wengle, Shoop, Butcher, Cawthon, and Durrant.
My second Hobby is Antique Cars. So if you see a blue 1941 Plymouth in a cemetery, look me up and say Hi.. I sometimes drive it on my volunteer quests.
You are welcome to download and use my photo's for your ancestry research.
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Irish Indian, Janet S. Alvis, Jo, Karen Duffell-G..., Kathleen Hill, Laura (Rohe), Michael Young, Shawnell, Stephen Meadows..., Susan Toman, Susan VanVoorhi..., Teri S
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|Wylie Blackwell||Sarpy Family|
Thanks so much for the time to go out and take pictures of their headstones.
|E Malcolm||RE: Reginald Lee Norton|
Hi, sorry hit the return button too soon:) Got a message from Find A Grave that they had taken down my photo request d/t the fact that you'd informed them, through my request, that he was not buried in the Riverside National Cemetery. Please note the obit on his memorial page, #112745160. I have found that a phone call to the National Cemeteries usually produces this reply. Please let me know if you had personally gone to the cemetery or just called, thanks,
Esther Norton Malcolm
|E Malcolm||RE: Reginald Lee Norton|
|Teri S||Harlan and Imogene Meyer|
Hi, there! Thank you for your note in response. I would very much appreciate if you would transfer Imogene's page to me, and I sincerely am very grateful to you for the offer to do so. Your friendship and courtesy, not to mention your attention and the photo of their tombstone, is deeply welcomed. You opened up another page in my family's book, and for that, I will never forget the generosity of your time and concern. As I mentioned, Uncle Harlan was the black sheep and outcast of my mother's family as he was divorced. I only met him once (when I was about 2 years old and too young to remember), so he has always been a mystery to me. To find his grave here astonished me. To find he'd been married again and fathered another child was breathtaking. You played an enormous part in finding that missing page. I hope you know how much your efforts are appreciated. May you have the happiest of holidays. Bless you and your kindness.
Added by Teri S on Dec 16, 2014 4:52 PM
Thank you for the photos of Clark & Loutzenhiser. Your help is greatly appreciated!
Added by sibe80 on Dec 16, 2014 12:04 PM
|kathryn koch||Ashley Newton|
Thank you so much! I see the picture is sideways. Is there any way to fix this?
|Mitzi Fay||Karl Van Kline|
Thank you for the excellent photo of SMSgt Kline's marker at Riverside National Cemetery.
|Margaret Leonard||Thank you|
|Michelle Claire Best Willie||Charles P Lamont Find A Grave Memorial# 82516415|
Charles P Lamont Find A Grave Memorial# 82516415 Thanks for photographing gravemarker.
|Michelle Claire Best Willie||Clara Belle Lamont Find A Grave Memorial# 3825413|
Clara Belle Lamont Find A Grave Memorial# 3825413 Thanks for photographing gravemarker.
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