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Gail Slater
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 99324110
Please feel free to use the picture

Added by Gail Slater on Feb 21, 2016 5:37 AM

Duane James Large
Edit for Julia (Dowling) Prendergast # 58196109
Hello,

Thank you for your edit on Julia (Dowling) Prendergast. Are you related to Julia ? Thanks
again.

Added by Duane James Large on Aug 30, 2015 11:51 AM

Bill Bodkin
RE: FAG Memorial 148673452
ok to use and transfer completed. Bill

Added by Bill Bodkin on Aug 23, 2015 8:25 AM

Lin
RE: Permission to Us Gravestone Photographs
You can use any of the photos I have taken of your family's memorials.

Added by Lin on Aug 07, 2015 12:12 AM

Lin
RE: Memorial 33185303
Of course, no problem.

Added by Lin on Aug 04, 2015 8:01 AM

Richard Boyer
RE: Gravestone photo Memorial *99336722
No problem, go ahead and use the photo.

Rich Boyer

Added by Richard Boyer on Jul 20, 2015 5:10 PM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: Memorial #122224957 Albert Christman
You may certainly use the photo.

Rob

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on Jul 12, 2015 2:17 PM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: Memorial 115306548
Yes, you may certainly use the photograph.

Rov

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on May 04, 2015 7:26 AM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: Memorial 115306548
Yes, it wouold be fine to use the photo.

Rob

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on May 01, 2015 8:07 AM

Marlasue
William Metz #71718727
You are welcome to use my photo for your family tree. Thank you for asking in advance. :)

Added by Marlasue on Mar 22, 2015 9:37 PM

LF
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 41657205
Please feel free to use the photo on your family tree.

Added by LF on Feb 27, 2015 6:22 AM

Loretta Castaldi
RE: Memorial# 49207881
Absolutely, you have my permission to use the photos posted to the memorial of Clinton Wilbur Howard and Kent Pool Howard

Added by Loretta Castaldi on Feb 25, 2015 12:54 AM

DA. Freiberg
Please contact me! Thanks!
"My mother had fond memories of her 'Aunt Barb'". Barbara Pavkovic Erdlen was my great-aunt on my mother's side. My mother (Marie/Mitzi Bubash Lewis) loved her aunt very much and was very concerned about her niece, who she lost contact with. I've put up information about Barbara Pavkovic Erdlen on Ancestry.com in the hopes that her daughter would find it there and know that she was loved and thought about by her mother's side of the family. If you or she can contact me, I'd love it.

Added by DA. Freiberg on Feb 22, 2015 2:29 PM

Tree Buff
RE: Your photo for Memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 20308527
Permission granted.

Added by Tree Buff on Feb 16, 2015 7:47 PM

Ruthi
RE: # 52034019
Hi DCA,
Yes you have my permission. I'm in the Yount family too but haven't had time to see where Jacob comes in yet.

my name is
Ruth Smail Wolfe


Added by Ruthi on Feb 02, 2015 4:35 PM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: # 52012313
OK to use my photo


Rob

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on Feb 02, 2015 11:55 AM

Diane Nichols
RE: Grimm gs in Dorseyville
I think it is the same man. I have absolutely no proof that he is or he isn't, other that the record in the Etna book. Not sure if there is a stone or not. I have plenty of pictures of stones that cannot be read at all. It is 2 degrees outside, so I am not planning to go anywhere anytime soon. I can't give you a better answer than that, as not all of it is my own research. Having heart problems, so I may not be able to do anything else with Dorseyville in the future.

Added by Diane Nichols on Jan 10, 2015 12:00 AM

Diane Nichols
RE: Grimm gs in Dorseyville
I have sent to you what information that is available. The person questioning the info doesn't seem to realize that when you are talking about data from previous to the Civil War era in the outskirts of Pittsburgh that you are taking your chances positively finding hard copies of burial info. Records for any church building previous to the current Trinity Church are apparently not available anywhere. The record was not in the Sharpsburg German Lutheran Church, which had their own graveyard, but the Etna Church, whose record book goes back to 1852. The Etna Church was an offshoot of a church in the North Side (formerly Allegheny City) which was an offshoot of a downtown Pittsburgh church. Etna was the parent church of the Sharpsburg church and the Dorseyville church. By that, I mean that a building in Dorseyville was used as a church with the same preachers as the Etna Church. they could not afford to support a pastor on their own. The record is in the Etna Church book. Why he would question a burial in 1864 when Sophia's stone from 1855 is there, I do not know. The record book for the Trinity church has gone missing, perhaps hidden by a former pastor I once talked to who was unreasonable terrified that the Mormon Church was going to come and steal it. My friend is working from burial permits held for the church. What other information she has I do not know, but someone from the church had info 40 years ago when I started searching. I trust her info as no one else has any. Again, the names of people are often recorded differently in different records. If your friend wants different info he must look to Germany for a church record. We have what we have.

Added by Diane Nichols on Jan 09, 2015 11:42 PM

Kathi Lynn King
Collins
You can use any photo I have taken. I do have a tombstone photo for Catherine but not Jesse. I will check with the office Monday and see if his grave is marked, I could have missed it when I was photographing. Here is a link to Monongahela's own website where you can search their records to confirm a person is buried there, it doesnt tell you if they have a stone or not. I have photographed the whole cemetery but don't have everything on line yet so if you are looking for anyone else let me know and I will see if I have a photo. http://www.monongahelacemetery.com/Search.aspx

Added by Kathi Lynn King on Jan 04, 2015 6:34 AM

Rich Fedoush
RE: Permission to use photo

Yes you can use the photos. Tnx for asking, most people don't.

Rich Fedoush

Added by Rich Fedoush on Dec 27, 2014 6:06 PM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: Your photo for memorial 33250934
You have my permission to use this photo.


Rob

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on Nov 17, 2014 2:09 PM

Mr. Ed
Albert Miller
Your welcomed to use the picture of the gravestone. Just credit to "Mr. Ed". Have a nice weekend. Ed ~

Added by Mr. Ed on Nov 15, 2014 5:03 PM

Rob and Debi Felten
RE: Your photo for memorial 33250934
Yes you may use the photo for your tree.


Rob Felten

Added by Rob and Debi Felten on Nov 03, 2014 2:15 PM

Betty Muschar
Edward Metz
No problem but don't need credit for photo, can use the photo of Edward any way you wish. Betty

Added by Betty Muschar on Oct 31, 2014 6:14 PM

Diane Nichols
Grimm gs in Dorseyville
I have a friend who works with the burial permits the church has for the Dorseyville Cemetery. She has a private tree for the graves there, posting her research. She has a grave for a Friedrich Gillan Grimm, 1789 - 1864 and links him to Maria Goehring Grimm as her husband. I have added a memorial to Find A Grave and linked it with Maria. The descepancies in the names are not unusual, as German families often tack on 3 or 4 middle names and it is unpredictable which one shows up in which record. And they are not necessarily baptised names. My own great-grandmother was known throughout the neighborhood as "Aunt Barb" and Barbara shows up on one church record, but it not one of her names in the baptism records. So we will go with this for now, and I can change it as more info comes up.

Added by Diane Nichols on Oct 31, 2014 4:27 PM

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