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|I add to Find a Grave for the purpose of genealogy - my own or, hopefully, to help someone else find a relative they are looking for - or find one they didn't know existed. |
Definition of "ANCESTOR" - One from whom a person is descended and who is usually more remote in the line of descent than a grandparent. As an example, my 3rd cousin 1x removed does not qualify as my ancestor. Family, yes - ancestor, no.
I've been researching my family off and on since 1980. So....not new at this.
Transfers - Most of the time (but not all of the time), I will transfer family outside the "guidelines" as long as they are not in my family lines or connected to my family. Just ask and tell me your relationship. Please be honest about it and, if possible, don't just say "he's my family" or "he's my ancestor". I'm nosey - I'll probably make an attempt to determine your connection - especially if you're vague.
I might not transfer if it looks like someone is a surname collector or a cemetery collector. I would rather real family have the pages if they ever want them. I will not do out-of-guidelines transfers to those contributors who will not do out-of-guidelines transfers.
When I first started adding memorials I added only relatives and a few others with a close association. In March 2009, I started adding non-family to the site. Please look at my virtual cemeteries to determine who is my family and who is not.
Let me know if you find any mistakes no matter how small they seem - but - please check and make sure you're right before asking me to make corrections.
I have found several of my headstone photos on other websites with no mention of the source or who the photographer was (me). While I don't get too bent out of shape over it, it has the potential of causing problems. So...With the exception of re-using or duplicating my photos on Find a Grave, you have my permission to copy any photos I have added (both headstone and family photos) for personal use or non-profit use on another website. I do ask and expect that you credit where you got them from: CB - Find a Grave Contributor (something to that effect). Hopefully, that will avoid any question as to who the original photographer was - or who copied from who.
If you do copy my photos to another website without giving credit, don't be surprised if you find yourself reported.
Almost all the headstone photos found on the memorials I have added were photographed by me. Several were added through photo request and several I used with permission from the photographers. These are not included in the above permission to use my photos. Please read the captions or who the contributor was before using photos from my pages.
Please check my photos for additional information in the captions - especially if the photo was added to a memorial I did not create.
Please be aware that the family links added to my non-family pages were determined by the limited resources on the internet (family trees, census records, marriage records, etc.) and sometimes nothing more than what seems to be the most likely relationships based on the names and ages of people interred together. I have done little (not zero) extensive research on families that weren't my own.
The quality of my headstone photos can be somewhat disappointing. I need a new camera. Too many of the monuments and stones appear to be either leaning, bowed or pinched on one side when they aren't really like that. Some of the lettering doesn't look as good as it does in real life. Haven't figured out my problem with that. You can read most of the markers in my photos by clicking on the photo to see the larger version.
If you copy information to your family tree as I have added it here, you might want to check back from time to time to see if I have made any corrections or added additional information.
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|Linda Moore Mora||Felix Grundy McGavock|
Mt. Olivet, Nashville, TN
Same information refers as with wife Mary Manoah Bostick McGavock.
If you are willing please let me know so I can then post family picture.
|Linda Moore Mora||Mary Manoah Bostick McGavock|
Buried at Mt. Olivet, Nashville, TN
I have a family photo of her I would like to post on her site but there is no room due to so many markers posted. Would you be willing to post your information on her site and deleting your marker photo. This will leave room for me to post her photo. If so please let me know so I can then post.
|K. White||RE: Sarah Crosby Berry|
Thank you for catching that, and helping me remember to not rush judgment. I had been researching the Knox side of Harry's marriage, and should have left the Berry side to others. I did just reconfirm that Catherine Berry Coleman was their daughter, so that information is correct. As well, Harry's middle name was Smith, per his West Point yearbook and the announcement on engagement to Georgia.
Added by K. White on Apr 21, 2016 12:28 PM
|Alleen Cater||RE: two daughters of Jane Eliza Berry|
Thanks so much for your suggestions, which I will follow. I wonder how early TN started keeping records. The small (15-grave) White-Ogden Family Cemetery was on Gen. White's land. As far as I can tell, he was the first person buried there, in 1833. I'll check TSLA for that cemetery, as well as Mt. Olivet.
Oddly enough, all the people buried in W-O are also listed on F-a-G as being buried in a cemetery in Goodlettsville. I sent someone a message about that some time ago, but got no answer.
|Alleen Cater||two daughters of Jane Eliza Berry|
Jane Eliza White Berry was a younger sister of my g-g-grandfather, Dr. George Wharton White. Recently I have led restoration of the White-Ogden Family Cemetery on Lischey Ave. in Nashville, where Jane and George's parents are buried - Gen. Wm. White, III and Eliza Caroline Wharton White, later Ogden. I have been told on good authority that Sarah Elizabeth and Laura Berry, both of whom died in 1845, were originally buried in the W-O family cemetery. Some years later Jane and Wm. Wells Berry bought a lot at Mt. Olivet and moved the two little girls there. I am curious about when that move happened, as some other members of the extended White family are buried with unusual spaces between graves, and I don't know why. Is there a record available for dates of lot purchase at Mt Olivet and re-interments? Thanks for your help.
|Bloodhound||RE: # 71993063|
I appreciate you pointing me in the right direction. I confirmed it.
Is there a record (and I'm asking cause I didn't see a pict of a stone) that Stephen H. Smith is buried there. I have a Stephen Smith in my family line and I feel strongly this is him.
|Tom Saltsman||control of my ancestors|
CB--According to your own admission and I believe the rules of Find A Grave, aren't you required to turn over to me any of your relatives who are my ancestors?
Jefferson J. Saltsman is my great, grandfather and only an uncle to you.
|Larry C Marcum||Joshua Hadley me # 71865471|
I noticed that you created a memorial for Joshua Hadley. The correct cemetery should be Hadley Cemetery #1 on Brienz Valley Dr (I was by there today and saw the markers for several Hadleys (Hadlys), not Smith Hadley Cemetery in Brentwood. I believe it is a simple task for you to edit the cemetery.
Thanks – Larry Marcum
|Elizabeth Holton||Mark S. Cockrill and Cockrill Medal|
I am a teacher at the Academy at Old Cockrill, a public, non-traditional high school located in the 1939 Cockrill school building at 610 49th Avenue North, which was named after Mark S. Cockrill. I am working with several students on a project about the history of the school and we are looking for any photographs related to the school or the original building from 1888. We are also desperately hunting a photo of the Cockrill medal, an award created by Mark S. Cockrill that is still given annually by the Cockrill Elementary School. --oddly they do not have a picture of the medal.
Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated!
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