RE: HEN BROWNING Talked to Doug and he is going to send me your email address. He told me that you where trying to get some pictures together. I have a group picture, the one with them both together and one that nice of just Great Grandfather Browning. We were scanning a lot of pictures and haven't done any for a while. We have three big containers of them and need to get back to them. And, the big thing is trying to figure out who is who on them. So, as soon as I get your email address, I'll get them to you.
Re your Grave marker photos Many thanks to you and the other Find A Grave Contributors for your work = time & effort in recording grave marker photos on the Find a Grave Website. I wonder if your photos are copyright or am I allowed to add them to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg Photo Credit: Thanks to BUD EVANS.. Find a Grave Website, Memorial no.. photo used with his permission... I am not interested with the transferral of these memorials, just wish to add the photos to my family tree as they "bring the person back to life". I am currently looking at your memorial #47590115.for Nannie M Light nee Hartzell…, 1867-1920 but will no doubt in the future find more of my distant relatives grave marker photos taken by you. So hopefully you will allow me to add them to my family tree on ancestry.com Regards Barb Muir Gillespie from Victoria, Australia
Thanks so much for taking the photo of the tombstone for Fred B. Emerick (73863275). Could you also add the same photo to the entries for his parents because this is a shared tombstone with three names on it? His mother: 73863237; his father: 73863216.
I was going to copy the photo and add it myself, but wasn't sure if that would stepping on someone's toes.
Thanks again for the photo.
Sam Andrusko (a Fl*g*l family researcher; Ann Bagley Emerick's mother was a Fleegle)