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"Lost treasures are tough to accept as lost. Iím always thinking thereís somewhere Iíve not looked, |
someone Iíve not asked."
~ Lewis Garnett
I do not adher to FAG rules regarding transfers. I am happy to transfer memorials to family or friends and only ask you give a relationship to the person whose memorial you wish to have transferred.
Headstone photos I have taken are free for personal use. To enlarge the photo and see the caption which may include burial information click once on the photo.
When memorials are created listing burial as unknown and mine is in the correct cemetery, created from a headstone or cemetery records, my memorial is not the duplicate.
This is FIND-a-Grave.
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|Terri Kallio||Ella Wolverton|
Robin - Thank you so much for the photo of where Ella Wolverton is buried. Unfortunately her grave is not marked but, the family is glad to at least see the surrounding area of her resting place.
By the way my brother who works at Crown Hill often mentions helping you look up grave locations for the purpose of taking photo's. Your work in fulfilling these requests are very much appreciated.
|Carolyn Reed||Photo Request|
Robin, it's always disappointing that people don't have tombstones, but thanks for photographing the area where he is buried. Another name I can check off my family tombstone bucket list.
|Pioneersearcher||James Smith Memorial# 158314048|
and wife Minnie.
I am sorry for the confusion on my part in regards to requesting their marker photos again. I must have been asleep when this all happened. LOL.
I am sending an apology to VDR (#47292775)
Sincerely, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
Thank-you so much Robin for taking the time to search the cemetery for John's grave stone. I am disapointed that there isn't a headstone, but am thrilled that you took a picture of the area where his grave should be.
I appreciate your time very much.
Added by Jan on Jun 27, 2016 7:37 AM
|"J" Kevin T. Purkaple||RE: Clement-Engstrom-Miller question|
Oh wow, thanks! Those marriage records will certainly help!
|Karen Ellender Nickles||Olga Enke|
Thank You so much for trying to get the photo of a headstone for Olga Enke in the Crown Hill Cemetery. I could never be sure if that was where she was buried but since you had the photo of the unmarked grave, I guess she really is there. Did you get the info about where she is from the cemetery? Thanks so much!
|"J" Kevin T. Purkaple||Clement-Engstrom-Miller question|
I know Maude M. and Carl J. Engstrom had 5 kids, and I know a decent amount about Bob, and a lot about J. What about Elsie, Ruth, and the unknown mystery child? Can you fill me in on anything?
"J" Purkaple, a cousin of the Mrs. J. (Engstrom) Clement
|Donna P.||Find A Grave Memorial# 159965491|
Robin, I am so pleased to finally find the place where my great grandparents and my grandfather are buried. I have a question about memorial 159965491 for Samuel Eleazer Woodmansee. The headstone says S. "Lee" Woodmansee. How did you decide that this was Samuel Eleazer Woodmansee? Are there other documents to support this?
Samuel and his wife Elizabeth are my great grand parents and their son Roy Henry Woodmansee Sr is my grandfather (my mothers father).
Added by Donna P. on Apr 06, 2016 10:54 AM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Betty|
Thanks Robin for thinking of me, I am just fine, I have to drive Bob almost everywhere as he is losing his eyesite, I am just taking a break for awhile.
|Jane J. Hinkle||Jamell|
Thank you so much for the lovely pictures of the Jamell tombstone. This is my father's side of the family who immigrated from Syria. Seeing their stone has really put a smile on my face. :)
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