And just so you know, I was ignorant years ago about looking at bottom of photo of grave not knowing I should cut and past that when posting the grave photo. I know that now. I am sure many were not doing it intentionally just not aware. Just for your info. Me, I don't need credit for a photo of someone else grave. If it brings joy and love to their life, that is what God intends for us to do without getting credit. I am pretty sure God is not on a credit system. Just saying.
Added by Diane Whitney on Aug 28, 2016 6:26 PM
|Diane Whitney||Photo of cemetery|
Just curious. You wouldnt have a problem of someone using that photo you took of the front of graveyard and putting it on their tree right? I guess I am asking because I am tired of all these other people creating memorials having like 25,000 graves, and then refusing to transfer but then threaten everyone when they want to put the headstone photo on their tree of copy right laws. These other people are ruining it for the rest of us. :(
Added by Diane Whitney on Aug 28, 2016 6:23 PM
|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 169015124|
You already have that picture.
You are doing a great job.
Added by Zoe Tom on Aug 28, 2016 1:29 AM
|Virginia D||Sarah Haight/Hannah Herrick|
Thank you so much for your very crisp photos of memorials 69448266 and 130101199 at Angelica Cemetery. I truly appreciate that you took the time to fulfill these requests.
Added by Virginia D on Aug 27, 2016 6:31 PM
|Jay Warner||Angelica cemetery|
Thank you for the Great Photos
Very Much appreciated
Added by Jay Warner on Aug 27, 2016 10:24 AM
Thank you very much for the pictures of
Parley Warner headstone !
I appreciate it very much !
I recently went back to Wellsville
For a very short visit
I went to Woodlawn Cemetery to
pay my respects to my daughter
and my late parents.
Again, thank you very much !
Added by Gail Cline on Aug 27, 2016 8:03 AM
Thank you very much for your kindness and consideration in taking the Henry and Henrietta Green gravestone photos. I truly appreicate your time.
Added by dingwall on Aug 27, 2016 7:53 AM
|Jim Thorpe||Myra Dey|
Thank you for your effort to find the marker.
Added by Jim Thorpe on Aug 26, 2016 2:32 PM
|Nancy Thomas||Susan and John Worden|
Thank you for taking the picture of Susana and John Worden headstone
Added by Nancy Thomas on Aug 26, 2016 8:25 AM
|GRAY LADY||truman Mallery|
thank you so much for your efforts
Added by GRAY LADY on Aug 15, 2016 9:52 AM
|James A Gamblin||Phebe Spear|
Thank you for the picture of Phebe's grave site.
Added by James A Gamblin on Aug 14, 2016 2:17 PM
|Leslie Lewis||Albert Austin photo|
Thank you so much for getting a picture of Albert Austin's headstone! Your time and effort are greatly appreciated!
Added by Leslie Lewis on Aug 14, 2016 8:52 AM
|Karyl Jorgenson||William M Bissell|
Thanks again very much!!
Added by Karyl Jorgenson on Aug 13, 2016 7:58 PM
|BillGransee||Mary Blauvelt Williams|
Thank you for photographing Mary's tombstone.
Added by BillGransee on Aug 13, 2016 7:53 PM
|NkNMOORE||Susan Feaster Williams|
Thank you for the photo of Susan's headstone. If you wish, you could add the photo of the entire stone which you took to her husband's memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 106418740) as there is no photo there currently. Again, that you for the photo.
Added by NkNMOORE on Aug 13, 2016 5:01 AM
|Keith Renick||John Swann b. 1750 York Co. South Carolina|
I saw someone posted John Swann b. abt 1750 York County South Carolina. I have additional information. He married Sarah Gilmore. She was born 1755 and died in Hardeman County Tennessee in 1831. York Co. SC records shows that John Swann died in the spring of 1791. His father was Robert Swann. He named a son Robert Swann. He also had a daughter Susannah Swann. Susannah Swann was the second wife of James Atkins. James Atkins 1st wife was a Wilson girl, daughter of John Wilson 1741-1833. When John Swann died in 1791 his widow Sarah Gilmore Swan married John Wilson 1741-1833. James Atkins married Susannah Swann abt 1801 in York Co. SC so his 1st Wilson wife had to died before 1801. In 1804/5 James Atkins and his wife Susannah Swann and her mother Sarah Gilmore Swann Wilson took the Swann Children and went to Livingston Co. KY with the new step dad, John Wilson 1741-1833 and his Wilson Children. John Wilson and Sarah Gilmore Swann Wilson went to Hardeman County Tennessee in 1824. He died in 1833 and Sarah died in 1831. Keith Renick
Added by Keith Renick on Aug 13, 2016 4:01 AM
|DM Meyer||Phebe Wixson Compton|
Thank you so very much for the photo! You do such a great job for me!
Donna M. Meyer
Added by DM Meyer on Aug 12, 2016 9:32 PM
|Dwayne Crandall||RE: PS|
Thanks for the clarification on your picture use. That medal is from a Greyhound station in the 1960's, specifically, the station in Joplin. I lived close by and would go there to play their pinball machines. Once I played just about all night on 1 dime. DC
Added by Dwayne Crandall on Aug 12, 2016 1:36 PM
|Dwayne Crandall||Whoops - Ignore all but thanks in last message|
Whoops, guess I should have read your spiel on Find A Grave before my last message. I won't be using your pictures on my personal ancestry.com file after all. Still, thanks for them. Dwayne
Added by Dwayne Crandall on Aug 12, 2016 10:15 AM
|Dwayne Crandall||Crandall pictures|
Thank you for the pictures of Lorenzo, Emily and Clarence Crandall. I appreciate that you got the large Crandall headstone in them. Unless you object, I'd like to use them in my personal ancestry.com file giving you credit. Dwayne
Added by Dwayne Crandall on Aug 12, 2016 10:06 AM
|Karyl Jorgenson||Clarence Bissell|
Thanks very much!
Added by Karyl Jorgenson on Aug 12, 2016 8:37 AM
|Dave Lehman||Henry Barton Gorton (#100984042) & Flora Horner (#100984044)|
Thank you so much for your time and effort in obtaining and sharing the grave photos for Henry and Flora. Words cannot fully express the gratitude felt for what you do. I number you among my friends at Find A Grave!
Added by Dave Lehman on Aug 12, 2016 7:56 AM
|Janet LaMotte||Charles & Mary Belle Lane|
Thanks so much for finding and posting photos of their gravestones. Your help is appreciated.
Added by Janet LaMotte on Aug 12, 2016 7:54 AM
|Diane L. Teague Webb||Lewis and Mary Lathrop Hickcox-Hickox|
Thank you for the wonderful tombstone pictures
of the above. What a pretty cemetery. Much appreciation to you and all Find A Grave volunteers that go out to the cemetery to take pictures of our ancestors.
Mary Lathrop Hickox was sister of my 2nd ggfather Elijah B. Lathrop.
Diane L. Teague Webb
Added by Diane L. Teague Webb on Aug 12, 2016 7:28 AM
|Mojo Warren||Spicer and Crandall photos|
Thank you so much for the photos and for also showing the groupings of stones. Very much appreciated.
Added by Mojo Warren on Aug 12, 2016 6:08 AM