|Michele Maki (#47902167)|
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I started working on my family genealogy in 1999 after the death of my father when I found some old documents and photos among his papers. I traveled to many cemeteries in many states to take photos of relatives' graves. |
I recently got links to Find A Grave through ancestry.com while searching for more information about relatives, and I was able to supply a photo I had taken a few years ago of my father's cousin's grave. I know how much such photos mean to me, so I thought I would help take photos locally for others not able to get to this area to take them.
Please feel free to use the photos I have taken of your relatives' graves for your own family trees.
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You're very welcome.
|Virginia Arnold||Claude Eddington's|
Thank you for the headstone photo
Thank you for taking the time to provide pictures for my great Aunt Inez and great Uncle Eugene Moseley. It is much appreciated.
Added by AHantz on Mar 08, 2013 7:32 AM
|Jeannette Carlin Mahony||McDevitt|
Thank you for braving the elements to take these photos. Much appreciated.
Thanks for trying, and no hurries at all.
|llanggin||Raymond V. Hancock|
Thanks so much for the picture! You are awesome to get out in the snow to take the pic! It's much appreciated!
Added by llanggin on Mar 07, 2013 12:01 PM
Michele, Thanks for the photo. I really appreciate it.
Thanks for the Allen pics. They look great!
|D. & J. Altman||RE: Roy F. Smeya, Sr|
Yes you may use a copy of the pic for your genology, giving it the proper respect that it deserves. Thank you for asking.
|HelenD||Anna Schoenhut Mills and Lambert Mills|
Thank you so much for your prompt response to my photo request. It's much appreciated.
Added by HelenD on Feb 12, 2013 10:49 AM
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