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Daddy's Girl (#47852955)
 member for 2 years, 11 months, 19 days
Eugene Gray
RE: Elizabeth Burr Chandlee
Yes, your relationship is somewhat distant, however, I have no objection to your using the picture, as long as you give credit, so go ahead. Perhaps a distant cousin will see it and contact me.
Eugene F. Gray

Added by Eugene Gray on Sep 30, 2014 8:47 PM

Eugene Gray
RE: Elizabeth Burr Chandlee
Thank you for asking about Elizabeth Burr Chandlee. Some people do not ask for permission to use other people's contributions. Before I give a definitive reply, I would like to know whether you are related to her,and how she would fit into your family tree.
Eugene F. Gray

Added by Eugene Gray on Sep 18, 2014 12:58 PM

RE: Adra Crockett Babey and Scott Babey
Yes, you may use my photos as long as you give credit to Douser from Find A Grave. Thanks for the courtesy of asking.

Added by Douser on Jan 18, 2014 12:22 PM

patty gschwender
Hi i was wondering if you might have any tombstone pictures of the 20 Bradley's that our buried in the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Robertson Co KY, thank you Patty#47517041

Added by patty gschwender on Feb 12, 2013 9:14 AM

RE: William A Campbell
Many thanks for looking. I was there a couple of times several years back, before I knew what/whom I was looking for. It was a really neat cemetery, full of my people. But like you, I did not see William. I look forward to seeing your other photos. Thanks again. Rod

Added by Rod on Jan 27, 2013 3:55 PM

Pearce Family
Dear Daddy's Girl,

Thank you so much for your efforts to take the photos of the graves of the Pearce Family in Fairview Cemetery, outside Simpsonville, Kentucky. Hattie Josephine Campbell Pearce was the sister of my grandfather, Dr. Roy Clifford Campbell, who is buried in Resthaven Cemetery in Louisville. You have probably guessed the linkages: Hattie was married to Robert Lee Pearce. Robert Lee was the son of Andrew John Pearce and Martha Elizabeth Cooper Pearce. Roy Campbell Pearce was the son of Hattie and Robert Lee. And, lastly, Mary Elizabeth Shindler Pearce was the wife of Roy C. Pearce. I have suggested edits to their memorials to show the linkages and expand upon their biographies. (I am rather certain the other Pearces in the Fairview Cemetery are kin to the ones I have mentioned above, but I have not yet figured out the links.)

Thank, again. Rod

Added by Rod on Jan 27, 2013 11:28 AM

RE: Pearce Photo Requests-Fairview KY Cemetery
Thank you very much for your efforts -- they are appreciated. I am sure all of the Pearces (or sometimes Pierce) are related -- I have just not completely figured out the relations. My grandfather's sister married Robert Lee Pearce, 1866-1927, so that is how they are kin to me. Thanks again -- I hope you enjoyed the trip. I'm sure it must be an interesting graveyard. Rod

Added by Rod on Jan 27, 2013 10:03 AM

Thanks for claiming my kin in Fairview. I look forward to the results of your efforts. Be sure to visit the Antioch Cemetery on your way to Fairview. Rod

Added by Rod on Jan 27, 2013 7:14 AM

T Rogers
RE: Thanks!!!!
I think you're right! They should be my gg-parent. It's amazing how little I know about my Rogers' family and how much I know about my other branches! It has been a lot of fun.

My dad was really happy to see the pic of his fathers grave. He thanks you too! :)

Added by T Rogers on Sep 26, 2012 6:52 PM

T Rogers
RE: Thanks!!!!
Wow Yay I think that's his parents, my great grandparents. Thank you again for adding those pictures!!! If you need any thing in VA....let me know!

Added by T Rogers on Sep 16, 2012 8:42 PM

T Rogers
Thank you so much for post the pic. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

Added by T Rogers on Sep 16, 2012 5:33 PM

Genealogy Girl
RE: Your Dad
I know, I am so sorry about Roger Gleitz and do not know why his account was suspended, but the way that it was set, you would not have been able to contact him for updates or anything. He had it set that way. Find-a-Grave is awesome because they do transfer family members.


Added by Genealogy Girl on Jul 23, 2012 10:58 PM

Julian Tansell
Hi, many thanks for taking the time and trouble to photograph the marker of Thomas A Tanselle. I will add his wife in the next day or so and if I send you a message could you add the same photo to her please, thanks, Julian.

Added by Julian Tansell on Jul 21, 2012 12:22 AM

Rich Kreiss
W R Crockett
DG - Here's a little better tip .... anytime you want a transfer go to the memorial and click on the "EDIT" button at the top of the page; next, click on the first link that reads "Suggest a Correction ....", type in your request and then click on the "SEND" button at the bottom of the page. There is no need to type in the memorial number OR your contributor number because Find A Grave automatically includes those numbers in the email it sends to the recipient. It will save you a lot of time and also make it easier for the person who receives it. Thanks!!! And good luck putting your ancestry together.

Added by Rich Kreiss on Jul 13, 2012 7:26 PM

Genealogy Girl
Your Dad
I transferred your father to your account, when it comes to your mom, you will have to write to find-a-grave, Roger Gleitz has made it impossible to be able to contact him about such matters.


BTW, it's so much easier if you include your contributor ID.

I thought I'd let you know because I see you are new at this, and thought I would help you a little.

Welcome :)

Added by Genealogy Girl on Jul 08, 2012 12:52 AM

janet donner
RE: Oliver Spicer
let me know what you find out
again thanks

Added by janet donner on Jul 06, 2012 6:34 AM

janet donner
oliver spicer
thanks so much for the quick work in getting these photos. Olivers grandson was my dr for years and I could never find dr jack spicers grave and yesterday I learned it is behind my parents grave
so again great pictures
janet from Illinois

Added by janet donner on Jul 05, 2012 7:03 PM

Todd Whitesides
Made the Milton/Vincent switch. Please make sure I did it right. I know what you're saying about the growth on the stones. It's nasty, but I'm afraid to do anything to it for fear of damaging the remains of the grave marker. I wish I'd been more of a photographer when I was a teenager so I could have preserved images from two and three decades ago when I was prowling around Oldham County cemeteries. Unfortunately so many of the existing markers have changed dramatically in just the 20-30 years that I've witnessed of their passage. So it's a good thing we're doing to preserve what we can while anything's left. Thanks for all your hard work.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Jul 04, 2012 10:49 AM

Tennessee Irish
Joe Vincent
Thank you. He should be the Lt. Joe Vincent of Co. B
1st Ky Cav, CSA.

Added by Tennessee Irish on Jul 03, 2012 9:18 PM

Todd Whitesides
Rev. Levi Vencent
I'm uncertain what you're expecting from me based on your message. My entry for this person is based on the Oldham County Cemeteries book published by the historical society there in the 1970s. They are a trustworthy source I believe. Let me know if you disagree. Thanks.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Jul 02, 2012 3:23 PM


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