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|**Please note: As of June 2013, My home area is no longer Ashtabula County. I am now living in Franklin County, Ohio.**|
I began researching my family tree in 2010. I quickly had to begin looking in "other places" as I am a first generation buckeye. I have discovered amazing people willing to check records and take photographs for far away strangers. Helping with Find A Grave is my way to say thank you.
If I post a photo for you, be sure to look for a caption. As often as possible, when checking my local cemeteries, I will include information from the Interment Records.
If I have taken a photo at these cemeteries and there is no caption; I likely "found" that person while looking for someone else. I can check interment records after posting picture if needed.
Permission is granted to anyone who wishes to use my photos for genealogical purposes. You do not need to contact me.
|Messages left for kelly (154)||[Leave Message]|
When I hadn't heard from you in some time, I deleted the original memorial and created a new one, leaving the wrong photo off. Thanks,
Added by Bernice on May 27, 2013 6:11 PM
|Bernice||memorial # 93580836|
Will you please remove your monument photo for this memorial? It is incorrect.
Added by Bernice on May 16, 2013 7:23 AM
|Mary Months||RE: River Styx Cemetery - Seville Ohio|
Thank you so much for offering the photos of the Munsons and Treats. The only one that I wasn't able to find was the husband of Nancy Munson Treat and his name was listed as James Treat.
If you could point me in the right direction of his grave, that would be great. Thanks!
|elizabeth ferguson||Charles Munson, James Treat|
Thank you so much for the photographs of the graves of Charles Munson and James Treat. I did receive 3 notices but James Treat was posted twice. I really thank you for taking the time and effort to find, photograph and post the photos of my extended relatives and Thanks! again.
|<3 from Michigan||RE: Theresa Dixon Picklesimer|
Absolutley, feel free to use the photo as you see fit. We actually took the photo probably 5 or 6 years ago. My husband is a decendant of Abraham Adam Picklesimer and we went to take a photo of his stone. We took the photo that you wanted just in case, but even though they have to be related they must be fairly removed from my husband's line of the family.
I just happened to come across your photo request and looked back at our photos and there was the one that you were looking for! I'm just glad that we happened to have had it.
Have a great day!
|Dorcas Aunger||RE: Edwin Henry Aunger|
|Dorcas Aunger||Edwin Henry Aunger|
Thank you for posting the picture of the stone on the grave of Edwin Henry Aunger, my dad's infant brother. When I was in Ashtabula in 1982, I hunted for the grave and couldn't find it.
I'm working on a book about 12 generations of the Aunger family.
I won't be ready for publication for at least another year because I have 2800 members to include. May I use your photo, when I'm intending to publish? I intend to publish it on Lulu.com and am only asking $1.00 to come back to me from each book to help cover my expenses, because I want the family to have the information.
|Anna Marie||RE: St Joseph's Cem|
Thank you soooooo much!!!
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of John Dawson|
I live in Erie, PA and am working on a third volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I'm including John Dawson in this compilation and would like to cite you as the source of the picture, but I need your surname. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Lasherp||Isbrandt Photo Requests|
Thank you for your time and the great photo.
Added by Lasherp on Nov 09, 2012 1:23 AM
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