|Karen Hill (#47890665)|
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I freely transfer memorials to local residents or relatives closer to the deceased than I am. |
All the photos I have uploaded are yours to copy and use freely as you wish.
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|James Seidelman||Joanne E Fadness|
Thanks for the transfer. I'm not related. Jim
Thanks for finding and photographing the gravestone. A great photo and quickly done. Again, thanks.
Added by Elliffen on Sep 05, 2014 9:09 PM
Thank you for the pictures of my inlaws. Would not have see them any other way.
Added by bonbon on Sep 05, 2014 8:34 PM
|Traci||RE: Love this!|
Thanks for you comment on my transfer guidelines. I think the "tell me a story" part works really well to help weed out the name collectors. I've heard some very nice stories and have learned a bit about local history I wouldn't have learned otherwise.
Added by Traci on Aug 31, 2014 10:54 PM
|Sharon Wood||Nathan Rose|
I took this pic a while back. It was posted to Migenweb,cemereries,Ionia co.
|Barb OD||RE: Dorothy Karaba Larson|
Hmm, interesting, will try to figure that out I could not find her as a child. I hope the two parties with the memorials resolve it.
Added by Barb OD on Aug 25, 2014 1:35 PM
|Barb OD||Dorothy Karaba Larson|
Thanks for your email. The name on the stone is Dorothy Ann Swain nee Larson.
In 1982 when she married Dale Vernon Swaim (Swain) she was going by the name Karaba.
She also had been married to a Carbon.
I have a photo of her headstone that was posted on Ancestry and on there it says Dorothy Ann Swain nee Larson.
Just found there are two memorials for the same person with different names, and contacted one of the people and asked them to combine the information and photos.
So I am removing the request and I appreciate your effort on this.
Added by Barb OD on Aug 24, 2014 6:28 PM
|Anthony Dahler||Photo Request|
Thank you very much
Added by MjRich on Aug 23, 2014 4:57 PM
I don't believe any of these Thompson's are my family line. So glad you took photos of hard to read headstones. A family member will really appreciate your hard work.
Off to look at the headstones now.
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