|CA Croft (#46846919)|
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Find-A-Grave is one of my favorite hobbies. Other interests include genealogy research, painting, photography and sculpting. I have a passion for learning.|
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|Joe Sasnett||Transfer of Ivany Sasnett|
Thank you very much for fulfilling my transfer request on Find A Grave. I appreciate your efforts in establishing the memorial originally and also your generosity in sharing memorials you are not particularly interested in. It also inspires me to reciprocate in kind when similar requests are made of me. Thanks again, Joe Sasnett
|Elizabeth Harris||better photos, please?|
Many of your gravestone pictures are of such low resolution that they are completely useless, e.g. Find A Grave Memorial# 18127760. Could you please replace them with better ones?
I've left some edits for you to approve or decline. No other actions can be updated on these memorials until you have cleared them out.
|Von Rothenberger||RE: Permission to use photo|
Thank you very much! My book deals with Henry's son Herman, a Moravian trailblazer for the eventual "Trail of Tears", and with his grandson Howard, who homesteaded in Kansas and had a book published in 1937 called "Sod-House Days" that is internationally-acclaimed and is still in print nearly 80 years later.
|Von Rothenberger||Permission to use photo|
MADAM: I am working on a working on the Ruede family and would ask permission to reprint your photo of Caroline Ruede's tombstone in the book. I would give you full credit for the photograph.
|FamilyManic||Find A Grave Edits to Process|
Can you process your edits on Find A Grave Please?
They have been out there for a while.
All you have to do is LOGIN and then go to Find a Grave PROFILE page and select EDITS near the top of the page.
Then once they are displayed - Click on ACCEPT at the bottom of the page.
Thank you and All the best to you and yours,
William A. Schmidt
|Rick Platt||Johannes Milliron|
You show John Milliron at St Mark's Lutheran. There is no grave there. There is, however, a Jkhn Milliron with a War of 1812 marker at Putneyville Cemetery, nearby.
Is it possible that your memorial belongs at Putneyville?
I'm trying to determine if John, my fourth great grandfather, is the same one who served in the War of 1812.
|Mike and Jane Deal||Find A Grave Memorial# 18947908|
Would you please consider transferring management of this memorial to me since Allen Floyd Corl is my uncle? Thank you.
|Bob Carter||Grave photo|
You might want to look at and replace the photo you posted for memorial 18128611.
|Patsy Husson||Thank you ! Hoar gravestones|
Hello from Maine !
A note of thanks to you for posting the gravestone photos of Eleanor (Duplisea) Hoar, and her husband, Ralph Brawn Hoar from the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Sneads Ferry in N.C.
I am from central Maine, so you can only imagine how grateful I am for these two gravestone photos. Eleanor was my mother's first cousin. I'm writing a family history book, so these photos will be very useful in my book.
Again, thank you so much for what you do.
(I too have posted quite a few photos for "Find A Grave." It's a great website !)
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