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Being both a genealogist and a "graver," I believe in tracing a person's history from birth to grave. Everybody deserves to be remembered; to have a marker or memorial to mark their passing from this world into the next. |
If I have input an immediate relative of yours (child, spouse, sibling, parents, uncle/aunt, grandparents - well you get the idea), and you do not want that person's memorial on this website, please let me know, and I will remove it promptly.
PROBLEMS/CORRECTIONS: Please let me know - I strive for accuracy. If something bothers you about a memorial, please let me know. I believe that the wishes of the descendants should be considered as well.
PHOTOS OF THE PEOPLE: I realize that this is a publicly viewable website, but out of courtesy, please ask before copying photos of the people.
PHOTOS OF THE GRAVES: Feel free to use them for your genealogical uses (but not commercial). All I ask, if you are using a photo that I took, please credit me as the photographer. ("Photo courtesy of findagrave.com contributor, B. MacBean.")
TRANSFERS: This site is not for "name collectors," but if the memorial is not a relative of mine, and he/she is a close relative of yours, I will be happy to transfer to you.
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|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. Happy to be able to do that for you.
|Ron Smith||Sam W. Small|
I am curious where you sourced the photograph of Sam W. Small. I am researching his connections to Georgia and National Prohibition and may want use this photograph. So, I'm interested in tracing it back to its origin.
BookSmithATL at gmail dot com
Thank you very, very much indeed. I shall now look forward to hearing from you at your convenience. Sincerest thanks. Suzie
Added by Suzieq08 on Apr 10, 2014 8:36 AM
RE: Samuel Pike Bean's obituary that you very kindly placed on 'Find A Grave.'
I live in England, UK and am desperately trying to locate the parents and/or siblings names of my American 3 x Great Grandfather George J Bean born 23 Oct 1812, Gilmanton, Belknap, NH. I was told that him and his young family were part of the Bean Wagon Train 1855, where he left Lowell, MA to relocate to Wisconsin.
Please may I call on your expertise as to how I maybe able to make a further connection to family members for my Geo J Bean please? Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Added by Suzieq08 on Apr 08, 2014 12:37 PM
|Looper5920||Merle R Getten|
Was wondering if you might have any additional information on the Merle R. Getten. Specifically about his time in World War II. Thanks, Mark
The photo of Nancy Zumwalt Hunt is public domain.
If you are interested in this family, then you should read her narrative of crossing the Plains:
"By Ox-Team to California"
One of my Brooks kin married Nancy's brother, John Henry.
Added by cbury on Mar 08, 2014 8:05 AM
|Harriet W. Berry||Ridley photos in TN|
Aha! Knew your name was familiar. Just sent you a thank-you on Ancestry for being the one and only to credit Find A Grave for the photos used on Sarah Vincent Ridley. Figured you must be a contributor yourself. Thanks for all that you've done, here and there! --Harriet
|Donna Cann||RE: Thank you|
Yes, you may use the photo.
|Janet Bertram||RE: Graves in Old Waverly|
I am happy that I was able to help your family with the pictures. I would be pleased for you to use them in your ancestry file. If I can help you in any other way just let me know. Thx Janet
|Larry Lagut||RE: Thank You|
I have no problem of you using those photo. Take care.
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