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Should anyone wish to use any photo or document I personally have attached to any memorial, please do so, as I am the proprietor. I give blanket permission for such use.
HOWEVER, it must say "added by: Stacey-Rae" for you to do so, as other wonderful volunteers have provided photos for my use, and their names are listed under the photo, permission should be obtained and credit should be provided to them.
Should you wish to credit to me, then do so.
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|BobBoston||RE: William Darragh photo request...|
I believe the reason is They really do not know details until someone asks questions. Since I actually went to the burial plot you stated and could NOT see that name, I took photos of surrounding markers to ask how close I was to the target grave. I gave them names and when they didn't match the search was on. They then had to dig thru log books to find out why your plot did not match. It makes sense to me after not finding Dozens & Dozens of blank areas.
Another example: I searched long & hard for
Plot: S. Saint Clement's Ave, Plot (letter) O-4, grave 2.
Not to be found.
It is actually 49 S. Saint Clements Ave, Row O, Lot 4, Grave 2.
I posted it on the photos and I even sent you a SAC. But I guess it got overlooked.
You have been to Holy Cross yourself... There are awful lot strange numberings over there.
|BobBoston||All 4 were tough today|
Cold & Windy in Holy Cross.
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|BobBoston||William Darragh photo request...|
Was removed from 34 No Monument Ave, Plot 72 East on April 1st 1904 to...
14 So St John, Grave 47 West...
There are 7 people in that grave, The photo You took only shows 4 names.
|BobBoston||Richard Doyle photo request.|
Richard was removed from 52 No Lake Ave, Grave 49 East. on Nov 26, 1904 to...
34 No Walnut Ave, Grave 49 West.
You already have the Mother listed as being a Sibling in that grave.