|Nashville Rambler (#47750320)|
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|Most of the memorials I manage are unrelated; I'm happy to pass them along to anyone who asks.|
I'm an open source, crowd sourcing kind of person. I'm delighted for others to make use of my pictures for any informational purpose. I don't need credit, either. But I would like to get a line or two about what you are using it for, and/or what its meaning is for you: Use the edit tab on the memorial page where you find the picture (if I manage the memorial, that is.)
In the unlikely event that someone wants to use my work for commercial purposes, a use agreement will be needed.
My interests are genealogical and historical, so my photos are intended to emphasize information rather than burial setting or other aesthetics.
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|McKelden Smith||RE: Frank Carley Hunt|
AS it happens, you were correct. He is buried there after all. Though it's surprising as I believe Minnie Nichols Hunt was his second of four wives.
|McKelden Smith||Frank Carley Hunt folllowup|
To follow up my recent note about Frank Carley Hunt, the cemetery sent me a list of those buried in Sect. E, Lot 28 (where Frank Carley Hunt is also buried): An interesting detail is that Minnie Nichols Hunt was, I believe, the second of Frank Carley Hunt's four wives. The cemetery has been extremely helpful and quick with answering queries.
Mary N. Brown Nichols
William J. Nichols
Sarah Louisa Nichols
Minnie Nichols Hunt
Charlotte A. Nichols
Bradley G. Nichols
Ida A. Nichols
Warren Bradley Nichols
Elizabeth Parker Nichols
|McKelden Smith||Frank Carley Hunt|
One of your names on Find A Grave is Frank Carley Hunt, wife of Minnie Nichols Hunt.
From the cemetery I found that he died 3 April 1969 and was buried there 7 April 1969 in Section e, lot 28.
His wife Minnie died much earlier than that, and he had a subsequent wife, so I am not sure where he is buried in relation to Minnie.
A point of confusion is that his name is very prominently carved on Minnie's stone, leading one to assume that he is buried there.
|karen kelly||Beach Hungerford|
Corrected...sorry, typos do happen!
|Ginger||Mallett family corrections|
What a nice attitude you have about making corrections. I do so agree with you. Fortunately most of the memorial creators are helpful and willing, but lately I have been dealing with one that isn't wanting to make additions/corrections. This makes me appreciate people like you even more. Keep up your great work. Best wishes!
Added by Ginger on Nov 17, 2013 12:10 PM
|Linda S||Reuben Sherwood|
Thank you for attempting to get the photo in Aug 2013,of Reuben Sherwood in Unity Cemetery.
Sorry it has taken me so long to Thank You.
I was doing research there are two Reuben Sherwood. Surprising they both died on Aug 14 but one in 1872 & the other in 1877.
Added by Linda S on Nov 16, 2013 5:02 PM
|R. Curtiss||Grave Photos|
Your photos are really high quality. If it would be OK, I'd like to use a few of your Curtiss grave stone shots for my tree. Also, I noticed your handle is Nashville Rambler. Are you fron TN?
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Lydia Shaw Shaw|
I will have the stone checked. Thank you.
|Nareen, et al||William Wilcoxson|
I added the first wife, Margaret Birdseye Hayden, but I did not add the second wife that is there. Linda Mac manages Margaret Harvey Hayden's memorial and she is the one that linked her to William Wilcoxson, so you might want to contact her, but I don't think she will change it because I have discussed it with her before.
Thank you for adding his mother's name.
Added by Ginger on Oct 17, 2013 8:47 AM
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