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Glynn (#48052221)
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You have my permission to use any photos that I have taken, for any family trees or reprint.
I am willing to transfer any person I may have started a memorial on except blood relations, Tucker, Dawson, Barnhill, Sharon Henry, Abney or Brinegars,unless you are closer in relation than my wife and I.
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EveyBl
Elihu Park - #124017374
Hello, are you related to Elihu Park? If so, I am hopeful that you can share some information. You wrote that his brother was John. Do you know the identity of his father and grandfather? I have seen trees placing his father as James Q. and trees placing his father as John. Any information you could share would be appreciated.
Added by EveyBl on Jun 19, 2014 1:25 AM
Robin McIntosh
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Thanks Glynn for the transfer of Clayton Powell..
Added by Robin McIntosh on May 28, 2014 11:20 AM
Jen Bawden
James W. "Bose" Brinegar
Good evening, Glynn. Would you please link Uncle Bose to his mother, Angeline Brinegar (32499698)? His full brother was Dillard who you found in the Proctor Cemetery.

Thank you.
Added by Jen Bawden on Apr 19, 2014 9:27 PM
Mike Key
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Glynn,

I see that you are uploading Scott County headstone photos to Find A Grave. The recently-formed Scott County Cemetery Project is doing the same thing. Our goal is to update all the current Scott County Find A Grave entries and then start uploading the 170 unlisted cemeteries found in Gone, Forgotten, Now Remembered. We'd love for you to join us. Just go to our Facebook page, Scott County Cemetery Project, and ask to join.

The Project is sponsored by the Scott County Public Library and the Scott County Genealogical Society.

Mike Key
Scott County Cemetery Project
Added by Mike Key on Apr 26, 2013 10:59 AM
 

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