|Traci Hurlbut (#47044411)|
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|Grave Recorder||RE: Use of Photo|
Thank you very much! I really do appreciate it.
|Grave Recorder||Use of Photo|
Hello, I was hoping that you would be so kind as to give me permission to use your photo that you took of my cousin's headstone and use it on my family history website (not on ancestry.com.) You will be given full credit for the photo. Could you please let me know? Thanks so very much.
|Judy Llamas||approve edits|
Would you please click on the "edit" tab on your membership page? There are some requests there.
|Julie Ormanian||RE: Myron Lansen Sherwood|
I would love for you to transfer this memorial to me. Thanks! Julie
|Lori ||Suggested edits|
Would you please approve the edits I suggested for the memorials listed on the edits tab of your contributor page?
Added by Lori on Oct 19, 2014 5:45 PM
|M Wolfe||Lewis B Carr|
His death may of occurred Dec.31, 1905 but what I have read about his death, I guess it is all about the timeline.
Added by M Wolfe on Oct 02, 2014 4:30 PM
|James Gunn||William Alford and Martha McCullough Alford|
You've been doing a great job with my GG grandparents, William and Martha Alford. I descend through their daughter, Helen Caroline Alford. This Alford line is very interesting and has presented me with some fascinating problems to resolve. If you're unrelated and are willing to transfer, I would be happy to take them.
James Gunn (#47932550)
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Eugene & Viola Linking|
Thanks Traci! Appreciate your work on Find a Grave and always smile when I see your name on memorials because you do such a great job. :)
|Marsha Fenstermacher-Binkley||RE: Charles Gallup|
Thank you for the link Traci
Marsha Fenstermacher / Binkley
|Stephen Cantrell||Jesseph transfer|
Hi Traci, thank you so kindly for the transfer of the distant Jesseph relative! Best to you!
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