|Rebecca Bromley-Guenther (#47503679)|
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I am new to genealogy, but enjoying all of my discoveries! I am researching the Danby and Rutland, Vermont branches of these families: Bromley, French, McGowan, Ackert, Baker/Belanger, Crosby, as well as the New Jersey and New York City families of Lynch and Rooney.|
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|Terry Goodwin||RE: Charles Bennett|
You are welcome, glad to be of help.
I was able to connect her to her son only because I happen to manage the son's memorial. When you want children linked to their parents please send the SAC through edit on the child's memorial.
Added by ditdit on Feb 08, 2013 6:01 PM
|skye||RE: Annis Bromley Smith|
Yes, please feel free to use any of my photos. I appreciate your asking.
Added by skye on Dec 02, 2012 10:34 AM
|Keeper of the Stars||Bromley Grave|
Hi Rebecca,I removed the photo because it was just a representation of the Civil War. I am not related,just wanted to honor and remember our veterans. Good Luck with your genealogy! Susan
|Memories of You||RE: Lord Mortimer Ackert|
You're very welcome! It was fun to put the pieces together. If you find where his mother or father are buried, we can then link all their children to them: Mary E., Montraville, Lord Mortimer, Hunting P., and Adelia Ackert Stewart. At least those are the children I've found.
|Journeyman||RE: Alfred Bourdeau|
You're welcome Becky. I sent a few Bourdeau and Hugo photos to your email address as well.
|Janet Muff||RE: Photo permissions & Thanks.|
I fell in love with the cemeteries and small burial grounds of Vermont years ago when I was researching my husband's ancestors. I could see, however, that the old stones were succumbing to the forces of Mother Nature and to human neglect, and so, even though I've got Jim's family pretty well nailed down, I still spend my summers "doing cemetery" and photographing the old stones. It gives me, a card-carrying, professional couch potato (I'm a psychoanalyst) the opportunity to be outdoors, tramping around, breathing fresh air, and soaking in the glorious green of Vermont - enough to last me the next ten months in Los Angeles. But I also love research, so I rarely post photos to Find-a-grave without having done some research on the individual and made an attempt to find and link families. All of this binds me to what I love and what interests me, and that's what keeps me sane.
Thank you for asking permission to use the photos. Not everyone does, and it's very disturbing to see my photographs lifted from Find-a-grave and posted on other people's websites without my knowledge. If I were a phonetographer or someone who took an occasional random photo in a cemetery, perhaps I wouldn't mind. But I'm not. I return to VT each year armed with a long "to do"list based on my winter's research; and every day in which there's the least sunshine, I get out into the cemeteries with my pal, Fay Smith, by 7:30 in the morning, armed with mirrors and umbrella and all the stuff that we've deemed necessary to get decent photos. We battle heat, humidity, vegetation and mosquitoes - I'm not complaining; I am very, very happy to be doing this. But I get irked when someone hasn't a clue to what's involved or the courtesy to ask permission to use my work.
So YES, please use the photos. And will you send me a message to my email address reminding me that I've given permission. I keep a file of the "yes" people, so that, should I stumble onto one of my photos at your website someday, I won't write you a nasty letter.
And if you have any information to add to the Broughtons PLEASE let me know. I've been researching the early families of Poultney with my other pal, historian Dawn Hance, and spent one whole summer on the Broughtons. So every bit of information helps.
Thanks for your message,
|BobBoston||RE: Ackert photos|
Permission granted. Thank you for asking.
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Bennetts|
You are quite welcome, glad to be of help.
You're welcome. I'm glad I could help!
Added by Meldy on Jul 20, 2012 7:06 AM
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