|Jim Bass (#47079329)|
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Avid history and genealogy buff, especially interested in early Florida history. As an 8th generation Floridian, Duval County families are a large part of my heritage. I was raised in Jacksonville, FL. After I graduated from Terry Parker High School I moved to Atlanta, GA and attended Georgia State University. I currently live in the suburb of Alpharetta. Ongoing research for Bass, Braddock, Redding Blount, James Fabius Clark, Haddock, Georgia V. Hammock, Harrell, Francis T. Hurlbert, John M. McCracken, Hardy F. McDaniel, Elijah NeSmith, William Lowell Parker, Enos Tart, King Taylor, Nathaniel Terrell, Camel Tison, Lem Turner, and Benjamin Weaver families. Find me on Facebook!|
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|Saundra Dowling||RE: Wingates|
****FIND A GRAVE will not allow this photo( which I now have set as my profile photo) to be placed in the photo area of memorials. Why? Because Find a grave feels it is not an image that is personally attached to the deceased.
I as a wife of a Veteran and the grandmother of an active soldier feel the USA FLAG is personally attached to a veteran, after all they fought to defend it and served under this "image" IF that is not a personal attachment then what is folks? So to the veteran's families who I had include this flag of HONOR to their memorial it was not removed by me but by Find a grave. I am truely sorry that we can't show the image of our American Flag, that Veterans proudly served under, at half mask which is a sign of the quality of being thankful, appreciation for and to honor them.
I made the photo at the Jacksonville National Cemetery as the US Flag is at half mask Mon -Friday when a Veteran is laid to rest. No copywrite was broken as I am the owner of photo.
|Terri||RE: Clark Cemetery|
Added by Terri on Oct 27, 2014 8:44 AM
|Paul Everitt||RE: James T. Bass|
You are very welcome. Had a week in Victoria, I live near Seattle, and time )spelled wife) allowed for a day at Royal Oak which is huge - many tens of thousands of graves. Unfortunate that his wife and the other relatives you had mentioned in the request weren't in a proximity.
Thank you very much for these Ruffner transfers. Let me know if can ever be of help.
Added by John on Aug 25, 2014 4:54 PM
Jim I have a similar request for Joseph Ruffner and will understand whatever you decide on these requests.
Added by John on Aug 22, 2014 11:08 AM
I am working on my Ruffner relative line. I have added marker photos that would better allow links and also have family data of interest. If these are not of particular interest or are not a project of yours, would you consider transferring William Henry, Zella, & Clifton Ruffner to my care? Thanks in advance for any help you might offer.
Added by John on Aug 22, 2014 10:26 AM
|Frankz||RE: Clark-Joiner cemetery|
Thanks, I found it on a topographic map and a satellite image.
No, not related to anybody there. Just mapping cemeteries.
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 4:35 PM
|Frankz||RE: Clark-Joiner cemetery|
No, I'm not, but street names are fine, I can find them on google maps.
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 2:54 PM
Since you took a photo of the Clark-Joiner Cemetery in Laurens County, can you tell me where you found this cemetery?
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 12:26 PM
|JInno||RE: Virginia Pearl Taylor Olson|
Sorry, but I cannot remove the photo. You, as manager, should be able to.
Added by JInno on Aug 01, 2014 7:19 AM
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