Permission to use Lancaster photo I should like to use a photo for a non-profit book to be sponsored by the Athens Historical Society about Galvanized Yankees from this area. Henry H. Lancaster's descendants placed the information that he belonged to one of the regiments in which former Confederates served in the Union Army. You took a photo of this in Oklahoma. He swore an oath of allegiance to the Union in order to be freed from a Northern prison. He was born in our area of Georgia and we are including him in the book on the so-called Galvanized Yankees. Your help would be much appreciated, and a free book will be forthcoming to you later this year if you give your permission. Thanks so much. Dr. Al Hester, Athens, GA.
Harriet Rebecca Ward Thank you for finding my great grandmothers grave site in Fletcher Cemetery not in Sterling. I appreciate the help from you and people like you at find grave. Since I live in many states away you help to clarify records and information about family members when I can not do so. Shawnessy Payne
Green I think my Uncle Rheuben Green and a dau-in-law Toni Green have recently been moved to this cemetery. They were buried on another home property. I think moving a Mousoleum was involved. Not sure how to request photos. I have some photos to add when they get a memorial. firstname.lastname@example.org