|Bedelia Elllison (#47036363)|
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|I have always enjoyed working on Family History and finding about my family. I started using Findagrave 6 years ago as I was working on my own family. Several people helped me find headstones for my family members so I started photographing headstones as a way of paying the debt forward. 2 years ago, I started photographing cemeteries and I enjoyed every minute of it. I beleive that everyone needs to be remembered and someone may be looking for that person to make their connections. I feel glad that I can help. Good luck with your search.|
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|flashbeagle||RE: Will J. Abney|
Things have dried out a bit, and the sun peeked out this morning, so I got a better picture.
|flashbeagle||RE: Will J. Abney|
I am glad the picture was helpful to you. The last few weeks have been unseasonally rainy here, and this grave marker is under a large tree. It explains the mossy look to the stone. If the sun comes out and dries things up a bit, I can get a much better picture. I'll keep checking.
|flashbeagle||Will J. Abney|
I found a memorial for you for William Jefferson Abney. I am going to return later to see if I can get a better picture. The weather has been rather soggy here lately, and this memorial is flush with the ground. It may photograph better when things dry up a bit.
|Phil||RE: Louise Clonts|
You're welcome. Have a good day. I put in a message to the manager to create a page for her husband but if they don't do so in awhile, you may want to and send a photo request. I have that too. Thanks
Added by Phil on Apr 14, 2015 6:22 AM
|Shauneille Morton||RE: Jones Daley|
Yes it is. We (my niece and I) actually walked the whole cemetery and did not see the tomb stone. I read that he was buried with his mother, Elizabeth Ezel (Isel). This is definitely the person that I'm looking for. He is my great great great grandfather. My great great father (his son) was a mulatto and he taught him to read and write. My great great grandfather (being born free) taught the slaves to read and write under the house even though it was illegal for them to learn to read. This story inspired me and I became a teacher but continued my quest for Jones Daley. I plan to return to Mt. Pleasant soon in search of the location of his home and possibly a picture of him. Thanks so much for your assistance. I'm certain that I would not have found him without your help. Shauneille
|Shauneille Morton||Jones Daley|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Jones Daley's grave. I have searched for this for more than forty years. Thanks again. Shauneille
|Randall McCoach||Photo permission|
Hello! Thanks for your work at Find A Grave. I'm writing to ask for your permission to use your headstone photos of my family members with my public family tree at Ancestry.com. You and Find A Grave would be credited. The one I'm looking at is for Paul Burnett (No. 13164848), but there might be others. Please reference Paul Burnett when responding. Thanks again. -- Randall McCoach, Albuquerque, N.M., MyCatCyd@yahoo.com
|P Holland Mackey||Thank you!|
I truly appreciate the photo of Martha Neelley's grave marker! You have made my day! Many thanks and blessings!
|Sharon Fulton||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 90653674 - Taylor McGown|
Thanks! I really appreciate that! :)
|Sharon Fulton||Find A Grave Memorial# 90653674 - Taylor McGown|
Hello! I was wondering if you would allow me to attach (with appropriate credit given) your headstone photo from this memorial to my tree on Ancestry?
Thanks for considering my request. :)
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