|Glenn Harris (#47828902)|
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Married father of four, retired after 32 1/2 years with the Federal Government. (8 1/2 years US Navy, Submarine Service and 24 years civil service) Living in Waterloo Nebraska.|
Feel free to use any tombstone photo I take. If I fulfilled a request for a photo, then I consider it the property of the person who requested it.
To request transfer of a memorial please use the edit function and be sure to list your number to insure it gets to the right person. My primary interest is in photography and many of the memorials I manage were created from photos of tombstones I've taken. As a result, I'm not at all adverse to transferring memorials of non-family members to members of their families, even outside the requirements of find a grave's family first policy. If I get multiple requests or if it is memorial that is a member of my family it will be handled strictly based on who's more closely related.
My family: Harris, Dodson, Van Patten/Vanpatten, Van Devender, Oryall/Ariail, Denny/Denney, Collingsworth, Porter, Tatro/Tetreault
My wife's family: Leeds, Hiland, Arrasmith, Stanford, Wesphal, Jones, Worden, Wilson, Laabs
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|LaDon Brennan||Mary Babb|
I appreciate the transfer, thansabunch.
|jane austin||RE: Lundies 79595358|
I know how hard some of these are to call, and some cemeteries are infinitely more difficult than others. You hate to put up a stone without a last name, and usually, we're right, but there's always that one that doesn't get discovered until someone years down the road starts liking and says hey what?
Don and I were working the same cemetery, and he had some stones with a family stone. I had the same stones with a different family stone. We had to go back and look at the cemetery together to figure it out! At least we think we figured it out... ;)
|jane austin||Lundies 79595358|
Hi, Glenn. A few years ago, you put photos on the above referenced memorial and that of his wife - the Lundies.
For some reason, you put a family stone for the name of Horstman on both their memorials. Neither of them have the Horstman name. She is a Hoermann of Germantown.
Could you please fix these two files by removing the large stone? The small one is fine, but the large one confused the heck out of me. :)
Thanks so much for the transfer - much appreciated.
Added by Sunnyann on Dec 04, 2015 3:41 PM
Glenn - Thank you for the picture of Julia Cronin. My question was is her husband John Andrew Hickey (1785-1824) on her headstone? Her son, John Andrew Hickey (1838-1896) is listed already but I cannot find her husband.
Added by Sue M. on Oct 05, 2015 12:26 PM
|Larry J Mongan||Carroll Mongan|
Thanks Glenn, I thought I took a picture of his marker and added it to my tree but I see I didn't. If it's ok with you I will take the picture you post and add his marker.
Larry J. Mongan
Thank you so much for the transfer, I really appreciate it! I have been working on her hubby's memorial if you want to take a peek. :)
Added by Amanda on May 27, 2015 6:25 PM
|Dennis Johnson||RE: Donald Calvert|
Thank You for posting. He is not a relative of mine, I was only researching some Johnson's in this area and I found the information. Have a great day.
|P Sabbe||RE: James and Mary Rice|
Yes, please send the tombstone photo to email@example.com.
Thank you for your military service. My father in law D Sabbe, age 93, served aboard USS Capps in WWII.
Thank you for photographing James and Mary's stone and posting to Find a grave.
Added by P Sabbe on Apr 12, 2015 9:05 AM
|Aldrich Family Collaboration||RE: Lulu O Faust Bugh|
I would be glad to have Lulu transferred to me if you are not related.
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