I've enjoyed working on my family tree and helping others with their research for many years. I am a member of several genealogy organizations and the DAR. It's important to preserve the family history provided to us by cemeteries. Besides looking for my own family names, I also like to record military graves and the older headstones before they are no longer readable.
I'm trying to help someone with their lineage who is a descendant of Anne Knickerbackers, and was wondering if it is possible to get scan of the original photo so I can try and clean it up to read the information on the tombstone. My email address LSHquinter@aol.com.
Headstone photo Thanks for your time in finding and posting James Edward Duffney's headstone photo (memorial 1613340930) Would it be possible for me to use this photo in our family's genealogy web site? When allowed I always add a comment like : Photo provided by Marte through the Find a Grave site at http://www.findagrave.com
I suspect that James's wife, Maude (Rayno) Duffney, is also buried there but having no document to validate this I did not create a memorial for her. If you ever go back to that cemetery could you pleae look around James's headstone if there is one for her as well. Thanks Jacques Deslauriers
I've recently found a photo of James & Rachel Perry and their three sons, Casper, Harrison, & Sanford). I'd like to upload it to the memorial, but there are already the maximum amount of photos there. Could you remove at least one tombstone photo from each? If so, please let me know at email@example.com and I'll upload the family photo.
RE: Rebecca Bronk Benn Thank you, thank you, thank you for the snippet of information about Rebecca Bronk Benn. From that information I was able to break down a brick wall in my genealogy and find that Rebecca and my great-grandmother, Rebecca's sister were step daughters of Peter Bronk. I was also able to go back another generation and finally confirm the name of their grandmother