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I have no real or imagined "ownership" of the sites I am managing. I am open to consideration for all requests regarding individuals that I am not related to.
If we are both related to the same individual whose site I manage, Please advise me of your relationship/lineage for consideration.
Oh, forgot the 'disclaimer"etal....
All the photos posted by me on any site are not for use commercially.
I ask that the photos that I have posted of individuals be given credit and also that I am asked/advised of the desire to use them l may have additional information regarding them for you also.
The cemetery stone photos are anyones to use for their own family genealogy/family sites. I ask that you give credit for the source.
If you are requesting a transfer please go through the "Edit" tab (the first one at the top of the site next to the "share " tab) for the site you would like to have transferred.
Any source information would be appreciated.
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|AAW||McLellands, "Evergreen Cem"|
You should know that there is no such thing as a so-called "Evergreen Cemetery" located in Manhattan. Those dying in Manhattan in that period, like the McLellands (167250839 et al) would have been buried in the "Cemetery of the Evergreens" located in Brooklyn/Queens, if it says "Evergreen cemetery" on their death certificates.
Almost no one dying in Manhattan in that period is buried in Manhattan because the city forbade the vast majority of new burials within Manhattan borough limits after the 1840s. The vast majority dying in Manhattan were buried in the so-called "rural cemeteries" in Brooklyn/Queens (Evergreens, Cypress Hills, etc.)
If you call Cemetery of the Evergreens and give a death date, they usually will give you a plot location.
Eventually I will inform Find a Grave that the creation of an "Evergreen Cemetery" in Manhattan is a mistake, but first I wanted to inform everyone who wrongly thought their memorials are located there.
Added by AAW on Jul 24, 2016 12:43 PM
|Robert Adrian||Donald R. Pierce, Sr. #166545981|
Donald R. Pierce, Sr.
Find A Grave Memorial#166545981
Thank you for your request. I am always very happy to transfer a memorial to a relative or close friend. Per your request, I have transferred your cousin Donald’s memorial to you.
|David Shipley||Nancy Shipley|
Thank you for the connection to Nancy's parents!!
|Romper90069||Lucy & Claude Moody|
At Forest Lawn/Glendale, CA
I posted photos of their headstone, today, and thought you might like to see it. James
|LawlerFarms||RE: The Dickerson family|
Thanks, she would be my great grandmother.
Thank you so much for all the edits to my Taplin memorials.
I wish you all the best.
Since William N. Becker is not in my family, I have transferred his care to you.
Added by lrw on Apr 18, 2016 6:04 AM
|Amie Tennant||Benjamin Hoxie|
My name is Amie Bowser Tennant. I would like to ask your permission to use a screen shot of your memorial for Benjamin Hoxie in a genealogy lecture I am giving. The memorial number is 18848709.
The reason I have chosen Benjamin is because the memorial page is done so well, with pictures, bio, and flowers. Also, my husband is a descendant of the Hoxie line.
Thank you and have a great day!
|Jade||RE: Douglas John Hoxie fag#142719043|
Wonderful, thank you for updating his memorial!
Added by Jade on Mar 27, 2016 3:02 PM
|DMaron||RE: Martha Morgans|
Thanks for offering. She is related to my wife, DeWitt Slaughter is my wife's 3rd great-grandfather. She can stay in your care as you have already added a very detailed bio, I would have nothing further to add. It's nice to get her linked to the family. Thanks for your contributions, Dale Maron
Added by DMaron on Mar 23, 2016 2:06 PM
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