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I don't know about you, but I love to see a face on a memorial. |
I'm especially annoyed with people who rant about their copyrights to grave marker photos.
YOU ARE WELCOME TO ANYTHING I HAVE AND COPY IT TO WHEREVER YOU WISH. You need not ask for my permission. And although it may be polite, you need not give me the original credit. Whatever I post, whatever site I post it on, I do it so you will find it, love it, and use it for your own. Free of charge. It's a gift.
I will TRANSFER a memorial without giving you the third degree about whether you are worthy or not. (Unless of course they are of my direct line, please understand.) Just ask me, go ahead. I'm pretty easy to get along with. :0)
* ORIGINALLY from Redding, SHASTA COUNTY, Centerville Cemetery is still our family plot. Today, I'm in NEVADA COUNTY, CA. If you need something looked up here, just ask, I'll see what I can do.
Life's short. Play nice. Practice random acts of kindness. Stress is optional.
Thank you, all you other Find-A-Grave volunteers! You are so awesome!!!
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|Peggy Godown||RE: James Edmund Patchin|
James is a son of my great grandparents, Charles Almeron Patchin and Effie Albina Clemens Patchin.
Are you related?
Peggy Godown Schmidt
|Barbara Jones||Love your bio!|
I just ran across your profile and I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. I went into this totally naive, just hoping to find my ancestors. After I retired, I found out how much I enjoy taking requested photos, visiting cemeteries with all the history there and setting up memorials when I find graves that do not have one. My husband and I have taken it on as a hobby in our old age. There is outdoors, travel, exercise, history and making people happy when you post a headstone photo of an ancestor buried half a country away. What's not to enjoy?
While most people are very, very nice, I was blindsided by how nasty some people can be and how cut throat it can to be build up those numbers. I requested an ancestor memorial in my direct line and got an arguemnt about how her name should have been loaded. Good grief!
I have decided to keep my eye out for people who have simply been rude and not nice and not post anything else on their memorials. There is one person out here that denies you edit for some such as putting it in the wrong place then loads it herself. lol Fine with me. I just want to have fun!
My philiosphy is yours. Keep up the good work! BJ
|Janet Scott email@example.com||RE: Re: Paul & Edna Spangle|
Took photo earlier, but could not get contrast to make it readable. sorry it took so long
|Lin McNamara||Frances Sheely Edit|
Hi Deanna, just wanted to check how you knew her grave is unmarked.
BTW, I'm from Shasta County also (Happy Valley/Anderson/Redding). Graduated from Anderson High School in 1969. I'm a third generation born in Shasta County. My family has been in California for over 156 years. Lin
|Aaron Canty||Charles A. Etzler|
Cemetery records show him as being:::
Born 11 28 1865
Died 3 24 1932
Interred 3 26 1932
There is no marker for this grave to confirm the dates
Another source has him listed as being born in California on May 28, 1865----died March 24, 1932
Thank you so much for the photo of the vibrant, celebration of life going on in the Warners' plot. Just what I needed to see on this cold windy day. Thank you! Much obliged!
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Violet Messick|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo to her memorial.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||RE: Walter Elmer Messick|
Thank you again, and Merry Christmas to you and your family.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Walter Elmer Messick|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of his grave marker. It got posted several times, so could you please remove the extra postings. Again, thank you for your efforts.
|Wanda Tilley||RE: Fred Baker|
Deanna, found Fred Baker's obit & funeral Thurs. at 611 10th St., at his home in Mena. The funeral was held Monday morning at the Mena First Christian Church with Rev. Bill Grove officiating. Interment was in the Six Mile Cemetery at Hatfield un the direction of the Beasley-Wood Funeral Home.
HE was born May 27, 1890 at Ontario Canada, his age being 86 years. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Baker & was united in marriage to Miss Ruby Toman Oct. 5, 1940 at Reno, Nevada.
Mrs. Baker preceeded him in death on Dec. 6, 1870. Baker owned & operated a lumber company in Calif. before coming to Hatfield in 1953(?) He was a member of the First Christian Church. Survivors are 1 son, Mervin Baker, Grass Valley, Calif.; four daughters, Kathleen McCann, Paradise, Calif., Ruth; Blocker, Grass Valley, Calif.; Isabel Witiezey, Grass Valley Calif.,one brother Alvin
Baker, Saskatoon Sacatehewan; one sister Eunice Fleming, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.13 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren.
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