|Terry Davidson (#47915516)|
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|Stephanie Carpenter||Please Remove|
You had graciously included two photos for Isaac Seldomridge, memorial #162023163. The second photo headstone that simply reads "Isaac" should be deleted, please. The date of death is 1857, which does not match the first photo you attached which reads "Isaac Seldomridge", which is the correct photo.
Thanks so much.
|Stephanie Carpenter||Thank You Many Times Over|
You have taken hours for me and my family in multiple photo fulfillment. I counted and you provided nine memorial photos. And you didn't just capture headstones. You captured the surroundings. You didn't just capture locations of resting places. You captured GPS locations. You documented other stones around a loved one whose stone was difficult to read. In one photo you captured the beautiful sky and landscape. You captured a church steeple in another.
The interest and care you provide is shown in your details. It is truly apparent you enjoy what you do. I have fully documented on each photo in Ancestry.com your information and I've credited you on each photo.
A big hug (if you're a "hugger") and thanks from me to you.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Infant Daughter Rouss|
Thank you so much for the great picture of this baby's stone. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.
|Rod Carty||William Thomas Ninness|
Thanks for contributing photos to Find A Grave and especially for fulfilling my request. You don't have any photo copying permission info in your profile, so as per the default copyright instructions on Find A grave I am asking if it is ok for me to copy your photos to my family tree? I use MyHeritage.com for the online version, and it is set to keep the information private for site non-members.
I always attribute the photo to the place I got it from and the poster, both for credit where credit is due but also for my records.
William is a great-grandfather of Viola Loretta Pollard Carty, who married William Jennings Bryan Carty, a 1st cousin once removed from me.