|Holly Fallon||Headstone request|
The picture you sent is not from Montecito Cemetery in Colton, CA.
Please advise if you are willing to go there and take a photo. Ronnie McCaslin has had his birthdate of Dec 17, 1943 on his and Janice's headstone since 2000. If you cannot go take a photo, please let me know.
Thank You John so very much.
That's My Mama.
I really like how you pointed out which one is her's. That is Awesome...
Added by Annita on Sep 07, 2013 2:22 PM
Thank you for taking the photo of Ima P. Davis' grave. I appreciate you fulfilling the request. I have other family members in that cemetery. Ima Pauline Davis is my Paternal Grandmother, so the photo is very much appreciated.
Added by krgac101 on Jul 08, 2013 7:34 PM
Thank you so very much John. I appreciate your help so I could see his grave site for the 1st time. This means a lot to me. Christy
Added by Christy on Jun 21, 2013 10:02 AM
Thank you so much for the photos you added to Helen Nolan's memorial. It is much appreciated!
|Jim Childers||Hazel Haggard|
Thanks so much for the pics!
John, Thank you so much for taking the Stallo Headstone photos. Please know your kindness finding the time to do it is greatly appreciated
Added by Valerie on May 19, 2013 4:28 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||RE: Montecito Memorial Park|
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Montecito Memorial Park|
Thanks for the photo of Harold and Phyllis Preece's marker. Would you please post the photo to Harold's memorial (# 104501279) as well.
|Susan VanVoorhis||Find A Grave Marker Photos|
I am another Find A Grave volunteer photographer and spend most of my time in Montecito. I noticed that you answered a request for a marker photo of deceased-Walter Golding. 1908-1969.
Thank you SO much for adding the location details in the memorial! So many volunteers do not do this, surprisingly. After all....the name of the web site is "Find A Grave" and those specifics are necessary to do that. I just want to say a great big thank you to you!
Also, I like you way of putting an arrow on an area picture to the exact marker. That is very nice! The only thing I know to do is put the name of the decease next to the marker. Your way is much more precise.
All the best,
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