I was reading another person's email (oops) on here. The Walmart in Bonham, Fannin County, has a book honoring veterans from all around Fannin County. Used to have a video sort of thing, and pictures were all over the wall of that part of the store. Might be something interesting to check into.
Added by June on Jun 18, 2013 12:39 PM
|Tony & Patricia Held||RE: SSgt. Michael Shank--Fannin Co.|
CWO Tony Held, MPC, USArmy (Ret)
|David Sifford||RE: James Richard Lacy (1931-1951)|
You have my permission. Good luck.
|Kathy Margrave||RE: Grover Barron Bishop--USS Arizon|
Hello :) Thank you so much for your kind invitation to join in honoring these brave men and women. I am so sorry that I will be unable to attend. Please use the photo and thank you for your kind words. Take Care. Kathy
|Richard and Mary||RE: John R. Vermillion (1925-1945)|
Of course, you have our permission to use his headstone picture on your website honoroing our veterans. Richard and Mary Jackson
|farmroad114||RE: Soldiers Headstone in Red River County|
Permission is granted for use of any of the photos I have taken and posted on Find A Grave for the purpose of the Red River Valley Veterans Memorial. Keep up the good work!
|LKat||Carl J Danielson|
I added a photo to his memorial page. Hope the project is going well. If you need any others I'll be happy to help. Continued good luck with your task.
Added by LKat on May 23, 2013 3:39 PM
I have added a photo to his memorial page, another contribution for your project.
I talked to CCyn this morning, she would be happy for you to use her photo of Lawrence Reynolds for your project, just leave her a message.
Added by LKat on Apr 20, 2013 3:33 PM
|LKat||Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery|
Hope that your project is going well. You are welcome to use the photos that I have taken. I am planning on going to the cemetery tomorrow and will get Frank Dohoney's photo for you.
CCyn is a friend of mine who has the photo for Lawrence Reynolds. I have told her of your project, if you ask her if you can use the photo I am sure she will give you permission.
If you need any others at Fort Sam or San Antonio National just let me know.
I'm glad that you liked my Straybo, he was a sweet little dog that brought me lots of smiles.
Added by LKat on Apr 19, 2013 8:51 PM
|Johnny Taylor||RE: Lieut Lois M Mauldin-Clarksville|
By all means, you have my permission and you are welcome to use the photo of Lt Mauldin's grave stone as you wish as I know it will be presented with respect. No credit is necessary. Regards, J. Taylor
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