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Tim Burgess
RE: Sam Stewart
Wrong again, I did not copyright the photo, it was not mine to copyright, it belonged to a descendant who gave me permission to use it. Again, you make claims that do not stand up to scrutiny. You use insults when you run out of reason. I pity you.

If I make any money on my proposed publication it will be for my 30 years of research and not one photo.

I Love my Southern and Confederate Heritage just as much as you, or maybe more. I have aided more Confederate Research, set more Confederate Grave Markers, and attended and spoke at more Confederate Memorials than you can ever dream of. Again, you show your ignorance.

I am glad that you finally did receive permission from one of the Descendants of Samuel Stewart. As I said before, it was only about approval!

Now, don't bother me with anymore of your petty insults because they will not be opened. Tim Burgess

Added by Tim Burgess on Dec 31, 2012 8:57 AM
Tim Burgess
RE: Photo of Capt. S.D. Stewart
The American Legion probably obtained it the same way you and others have. Like a bad apple, it only takes one and once it is on the internet, it last forever.

I too Honor his memory and his sacfifice and devotion as I have been researching the lives and deaths of all of the Confederate Soldiers killed or mortaly wounded at Franklin for over 30 years. This involved contacting and corresponding with over 500 proud descendants who have shared copies of letters, diaries, Photographs, etc. with me for my research and hopefully, publication.

Now, I have had to contact them and advise them that the copy of the image they shared with me for my research and which was on loan to the Carter House Museum has been copied and used without their approval. That is the key word, Approval!

Added by Tim Burgess on Dec 28, 2012 11:01 PM
Tim Burgess
Photo of Capt. S.D. Stewart
Photo taken and shown illeagly. Full copy rights rest with Descendant and myself, Tim Burgess. This photo is on loan to the Carter House Museum in Franklin, Tennessee. AS can be seen, a photo of the photograph was taken as it was displayed.

This is a Federal Offence. Futher investigation is onging and charges will be made. Tim Burgess
Added by Tim Burgess on Dec 17, 2012 12:24 PM
TKelsey
Capt Brown photo
Hello, I was wondering if you'd be able to tell me where you obtained the photograph (or copy of) for Captain William F Brown?
Thanks in advance!
T.Kelsey
Added by TKelsey on Jun 11, 2012 9:42 AM
Martha Reid 19 UDC
Memorial #77459436
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request. Your time and effort is truly appreciated. Have a wonderful Memorial weekend and God Bless You for the work you do on F/G.
Added by Martha Reid 19 UDC on May 27, 2012 5:38 AM
Gary and Nancy Clampitt
George Todd
We have added a grave marker picture to this memorial. #42788208 G.& N.
Added by Gary and Nancy Clampitt on Feb 13, 2011 12:34 PM
Jeannie Gebhart LaCues
Johanna Sonke
Additional information:

The general problem they reported is:
Cemetery office has no record of this person

They also reported, specifically:
This cemetery has been walked and written up and no such person was found. The
records going back this far were destroyed by fire years ago so this person
could be buried here with no grave marker or unreadable grave marker. Jane Hall

Due to this problem, we believe that this photo request can not be fulfilled. As
a result, we are removing it. If you can fix the problems that were reported and
believe a photo can be acquired, please feel free to make a new request.

Thanks for your efforts. Jeannie
Added by Jeannie Gebhart LaCues on Dec 02, 2010 2:41 PM
Jeannie Gebhart LaCues
RE: Johanna Sonke
Tim - I got a findagrave notice today that the cemetery is saying they have no record of Johanna. I have requested the photo again with this information regarding her death and burial:

1919 DEATH: St. of AL. no. 227 Colbert Co. city of Sheffield

Female, white, married, husband Jacob Sonke, bd 16 Dec 1875, housewife, age 43 yrs. 3 mo. 11 days, bp Holland. Date of death 27 Mar 1919 signed by C.T. Morris informant Cornelius Sonke (son) of CA. burial Oakwood Cem. undertake S.L. Martin, Sheffield, AL.

ALSO, this additional information is from beta.familysearch.org

ALABAMA DEATHS 1908-1974

Name Johannah H. Sonke
Titles & Terms (Original)
Titles & Terms (Standardized)
Death Date 27 Mar 1919
Death Place Sheffield, Colbert, Alabama
Gender Female
Race (Original) White
Race (Standardized) White
Age at Death 43y 3m 11d
Estimated Birth Date
Birth Date 16 Dec 1875
Birthplace Holland
Marital Status Married
Spouse's Name Jacob Sonke
Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original)
Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized)
Father's Name Garret Bessingpas
Father's Titles & Terms (Original)
Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized)
Father's Birthplace Holland
Mother's Name Herbers
Mother's Titles & Terms (Original)
Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized)
Mother's Birthplace Holland
Occupation Housewife
Street Address
Residence Sheffield, Ala.
Cemetery Oakwood Cem.
Burial Place
Burial Date 28 Mar 1919
Funeral Home
Informant
Additional Relatives X
Film Number 1908208
Reference Number cn 227

Please don't let them convince you that she isn't there. Thanks. Jeannie



Added by Jeannie Gebhart LaCues on Dec 01, 2010 3:55 PM
Jeannie Gebhart LaCues
RE: Johanna Sonke
Tim - Thank you so much for your continued effort to locate Johanna's marker. Jeannie
Added by Jeannie Gebhart LaCues on Nov 23, 2010 3:29 PM
Claire
Pinkney Bowles
We enjoyed getting this one for you. Always interested in the surname Bowles/Boles/Bolls. We read up on Pinkney. Interesting character.
Added by Claire on Mar 14, 2009 5:30 AM
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