|Pamela Thompson (#47195155)|
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I have been seriously involved with genealogy for 30+ years. I've been an active participant in and contributor to the Alford American Family Association since its founding in 1987. I have been working on an update and revision of The Descendants of James Cole of Plymouth for even longer.|
I give permission to anyone to use, for any non-profit purpose, any gravestone photograph I post.
Pamela Alford Thompson
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|donna rossi||RE: william halford|
|Flintstone||RE: Gravestone Photos Permission|
Sure use any photos you want. fjl
|Critterpal1||RE: Gravestone Photo Permission|
It is my pleasure to take the picture and you can use it however you would like.
|donna rossi||william halford|
I found the lot where he would be. There is a double stone there but Vanda is the only one with a marker his side is empty. Didnt know if u wanted me to still upload a photo. I went ahead and claimed him tho. Let me know what you want me to do.
|Tracy Bryant||RE: Gravestone Photo Permission|
You are most welcome to use the picture. Thanks for adding the obituaries, as I know very little about them.
|CryptoGram||RE: Anna Alford, Mount Calvary|
You're welcomed, Pamela. Anna was actually easier than most "unknowns" to at least determine her area because of the old "Calvary" burial stated on her death record...and then having a few marked 1922 graves nearby (looking for Anna has prompted me to try to find more of the unmarked/unrecorded near her and make sure they at least have memorials). If she hadn't been in "Calvary" (her current section designation is now SE-Calvary), I would've more automatically thought she was in the Santa Barbara area, which was more commonly used at the time, and has suffered much damage due to flooding and vandalism.
|Claudia Pawson Goodman||Wrong cemetery fixed|
Yep you were right I put him in the cemetery. All fixed!
Thank You for the heads up!
|Claudia Pawson Goodman||RE: Gravestone Photo Permission|
Yes you have my permission.
My husband has Alford's in the branches his tree in Illinois & Missouri.
|Tex&Texie||RE: Gravestone Photos Permission|
Sounds fine to us, Ms. Thompson -- glad to help with the Alford Family Project! TnT
|Robyn (-Marsh)||Nola Mildred MARSH|
Thanks for the transfers, Pamela.
It was your photo on Nola that alerted me (and another 5 siblings) that her sisters had placed the plaque. We are now working on something similar for her Dad at Pyes Pa.
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