|Nancy Hutzler (#46622114)|
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Avid genealogist for over 40 years. I'm constantly researching Teague, Prater, Kidd, Stone,Porter, Perry, Faris, Lackey, Hall , Berry, Shell, & Collins lines in Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia on my side of the family. Researching Hutzler, Mangold, Krause, Zuercher, Bohl, Gross from Texas and Alsace Lorraine on my husband's side of the family. I am Interested in antiques, organic gardening, birds, historical sites, family, grandkids, collecting "junk" and of course genealogy. I love to walk through the cemeteries and I take as many pictures of the graves as I can. I keep all the pictures I take on flash drives according to county and state so if you need a copy of one that I have posted just let me know. I have many duplicates of pictures I took that are already on the Find A Grave site. Just give me a request and I will see if I have the picture you want. If I do I'll glady send it to you. My latest "hobby" is to scour the antique stores and flea markets for photographs that have names, locations and dates on them. I purchase the photos, take them home for additional research and try to return them back to the rightful families. Hopefully I will post a picture that will help someone else. I am always willing to help with anyone's questions or requests, even if they are not the lines I am researching.|
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|Carol ||RE: Leonard Tatum Hopson|
No, I am not related. Would you like for me to transfer his memorial to you?
Added by Carol on Aug 25, 2015 6:42 AM
My Find A Grave is #48464507. Eulalia Rivas's mother (Paula Guerra) is my great-great-great aunt. She had 12 children. I'm also related to the Brisenos' (Julia Guerra Briseno married Catarino Briseno; Julia Guerra's grandfather, Sabas is Paula's brother). Julia and Catarino settled in Beeville. They had 10 or 11 children also. Unfortunately, I no longer reside in my home country (Republic of Texas) - I have been re-located to another country called USA and reside in the State of Independence (Pennsylvania). On a serious note, many of my relatives were farmers/farm laborers/stock raisers/animal herders/ranch hands and were poor but no matter their life's status they deserve to have a memorial and be remembered because where would we be without the farmer's/farm laborers/stock raisers/railroad workers/truck drivers'?
I have added non-relatives to Find A Grave also because I live in the country and get bored sometimes plus it is hard to skip over the children or single people without family that are not listed.
|Cheryl Schouten||RE: Hopson Family|
I'm sorry, I do not know. I am not related. I just photographed the cemetery.
|Sandra Scott||Rudeloff families and cemeteries|
I would like to get permission to use cemetery and grave marker photos for Rudeloff family members on my family website (see this link to see how I would use the photo: http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html).
|Holly Bonorden Jentsch||RE: Use of article|
Sure! Thank you for asking!
|Michelle Hillier||RE: Photo for Dorcas Hall|
Yes you may use any and all of my photo's that you like. As far as I am concerned, once I post a photo, that photo belongs to anyone & everyone that wants a copy. It is not necessary to give me credit-you can if you want, it's your choice. I enjoy taking photo's, and I am hoping I can help other families with their history. Also, I am hoping to preserve what is left to some of the older stones that are becoming increasingly harder to read and will someday be impossible to tell who is actually there. Some stones may be the only "picture" of that person. Thank you for asking.
Have a Blessed Day - Michelle
|Douglas Walker||RE: Photo of JR Hall headstone|
Yes, you may use the photo as you like.
|Carol Hopper Bader||The Carrolls and Pulkrabeks|
Thank you for sharing your headstone pictures for Lilly and William Carroll and for Albina and Frank Pulkrabeks. We appreciate your time and your generosity.
|Phillip Walker||RE: Use of headstone photo|
Yes, of course. Feel free to reuse any photo I have posted to FindAGrave.
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