I am a retired federal government employee. One of my main interests is family genealogy and genealogy in general. I love hard copy documents and especially love family photos. It is a blessing to be able to help other fag members as they seek tombstone photo's and family history. The Lord has blessed me with a wonderful and understanding wife and good health.
Feel free to use my fag photos for your family trees; however, do not use them for other websites or for other personal use without my permission. Also, do not post death certificates on memorials that I manage. Thanks.
I will gladly transfer memorials unless they are part of my family.
PFC John Kenneth Powers Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo of PFC Powers' grave marker. Most people don't realize the time and expense of being a photo volunteer. I do understand, and I really appreciate you doing this. Take care, and God bless.
Photo of Thomas A. Wallace Jr marker Thank you so much for posting the photograph of the grave marker of Thomas A. Wallace, Jr. I really appreciate your time and effort to do so. Sincerely, Mark Gentry #47232901
Thanks for trying to locate my wife's Workman ancestors. I guess the person who posted them as buried in Paris Cemetery either made a mistake or the Workmans were reinterred there after the cemetery opened and no record was made.
I appreciate your help in trying to locate Jacob and Elizabeth Workman.
RE: Whaley Cemetery, Marion Co, MO I certainly didn't mean to imply that YOU posted the incorrect info about the site of the Whaley Farm Cemetery in Marion County. I was just hoping Palmyra could be deleted as the location! If you want me to take over that memorial, of course, I can.
Whaley Cemetery, Marion Co, MO Frank, Our family cemetery isn't in Palmyra, MO! It is in Miller Township which is between Hannibal and Palmyra. If someone posts Palmyra, there are several cemeteries in that town, but not our's.
John Peter Meyer Hello Frank: I'm interested in your ancestor (from Find A Grave), John Peter Meyer who died in 1893. Do you happen to know if he had a brother, Nicholas? Nicholas and his wife Catherine, were also born in Germany. They lived in Liverpool, town of Salina, NY and are my mother's great grandparents. There are many Meyer, Meyers and Myers (also Mayer) etc. in that area and I'm trying my best to get info on Nicholas and Catherine in particular. Please e mail me at email@example.com or post an answer here. Thank you, Carol Bain P.S. Nicholas had sons named Peter and John!