|Kathy Butts (#47098727)|
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|I have been doing genealogy for about eight years - and love it! My sister and I travel just about anywhere to do research & investigate cemeteries. I must say that cemeteries are my favorite! I live in Michigan, but travel to Monroe Co., OH approx. three times a year to research the Morris, Moose, Long & Steede names.|
The photos uploaded to Find A Grave are meant only for personal family genealogical use. They may NOT be used on any other Internet Sites including Ancestry.com. The RULES on Find a Grave state... (under Frequently Asked Questions)
"I found a photo of a relative on Find A Grave, can I use it?
Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo."
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|Michael Hootman||Hootman Cemetery Aerial Photos|
Thank you for your photo of the Hootman Cemetery graves. I assume that you have been there. My brothers and I hope to visit it in the near future.
I have been doing some research and believe I have located the cemetery and Hootman Hall on aerial photos. Would you be willing to look at these and confirm?
If you agree I can send PDFs to you. Thanks
F. Christian Hootman
Hiram Childers Hootman
Francis Marion Hootman
Hiram Boyd Hootman
Ted Lewis Hootman
Michael David Hootman
|Jeff Lovelace||King Family of Washington, DC|
Can you help me locate a husband and wife that passed away in DC? It seems that DC has that 50 year rule about obtaining a copy of a Death Certificate, which is keeping me from finding their burial location. Could you access the Obits in the Library?
Please help me if you can.
|Paula Frichtl||RE: Phoebe Morris|
If only the man who did the memorial for the son Henry would do the links they would be together.
Loved the picture of Easter Bunny coming to Oma and Papa's house----She is so pretty. Looked like Norm was having fun playing with Jackson.
Thanks for all the updates! Karen
Added by karen on Feb 26, 2014 1:29 PM
|Terry Magyar||Beallsville Cem.|
Unfortunately, you can't remove the photo. You can edit the caption to advise people to post memorials to the Monroe Co. cemetery. Only F.A.G. admin. can remove a cemetery photo.
I made a similar error with a Mt Zion Cemetery.
I sent an email to the creators of memorials for this cemetery and received a single reply. Although the number memorials has dropped from 18, to 13. So, some progress was made.
You may contact "Cemetery Corrections" via the Discussion Forum and request the photo's removal and perhaps a transfer of the memorial to the Monroe cemetery. Just keep in mind F.A.G. receives thousands of corrections and the queue is about two months long.
If you're not sure how to do this, I have it on my to "do list".
Hope the weather gets better. I can't wait for my next cemetery / genealogy adventure. Keep up all your good works on F.A.G.
|Terry Magyar||Beallsville Cem.|
Here's a link to your photo for the Beallsville Cem., in Belmont Co. Isn't this cemetery in Monroe Co. ? Pls advise. Thanks.
|Dianne||RE: Valley Cemetery|
Reply sent via email. Thanks
Added by Dianne on Feb 03, 2014 5:46 PM
Thanks for updating his memorial for me, he is my second great grandfather. Karen
Added by karen on Feb 03, 2014 6:55 AM
Where, exactly, is this cemetery? I would appreciate any info.
Added by Genebug on Jan 18, 2014 9:59 PM
I'm so glad I read your Bio information. I understand about using the pics now. I didn't realize there were copywrighting rules involved! I will be more sensitive to this issue because of you! I hope I haven't stepped on any toes unknowingly... Thanks!
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