|Shirley Hackett (#47115347)|
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Re headstone and cemetery photos:
1.In some cases, clicking on the photo will provide a much better view of the inscription.
2.Some of my photos are not of the highest quality, especially the earlier uploads. If you have a better one, don't hesitate to add it--but please let me know.
3. Headstone and cemetery photos which I have posted here were all taken by me, except two which were given to me by a cousin and a friend, who have been acknowledged on the photos.
4. About copying headstone photos: Please read Find-a-grave Policy
My photos are here to honour the people named on the headstones, and to be shared,....but if copied to any other location PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE AND CREDIT THE SOURCE.
The above notes have been posted since 2011. The following was added April 2013:
Given the number of photos found on ancestry.com with no credit, it seems the above is not clear. Headstone and cemetery photos may be uploaded to other sites if (and only if) they are properly source credited. The source of the photo is the find-a-grave website, and the photographer.
Please include the full website name "Find A Grave", so that anyone who sees it does not have to guess what "FAG" means, and how they might find other memorials of interest to them.
The above applies only to my photos. I cannot speak for other contributors.
Regarding my fellow contributors who do NOT allow their photos to be uploaded elsewhere: they have taken photos, and in some cases have also created the memorials. They have thereby shared images and information with anyone on the face of the earth who has access to the open internet. Calling them "hoarders" is not only offensive, it makes no sense. If they were "hoarding" their photos, the photos would not be on this website in the first place ! The decision that their photos appear only on the Find-a-Grave website is one they have every right to make. I am grateful that these folks are part of the find-a-grave community, even if their choice about the use of their photos may not be exactly the same as my choice about the use of mine.
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|Islington||RE: Lelah Rabb Seal|
thank you and have a great night.
|Joan Donnelly||James Stanley RENWICK|
If you would like to add this info go ahead.
James Stanley Renwick was know to family and friends as Stan.
Spouse: Ruth Ann Donnelly daughter of Joseph Edwin (ED) Lyle Donnelly and Clara Irene (Sheets) Donnelly.
Children of Stan & Ruth:
1.Steven James Renwick
2.Richard Allan Renwick
If you would like additional info just let me know.
Joan Ellis--nee Donnelly
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Harold Roy Landon|
Another terrific photo. Thanks so very much Shirley!
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Jerusha Landon Errett|
Shirley - thanks so much again for this wonderful photo!
|Joan Donnelly||RE: Ed Renwick Maple Ridge|
Thanks Shirley. Stanley James Renwick was my brother-in-law. He committed suicide. It was sad indeed-leaving 2 beautiful sons, Richard and Steven. No-one would tell me where Stan was buried
so when you found Ed's stone the Dad and Ed's brother's were there too. I was elated. Stan was my fav brother-in-law. I will check on Betty Forward.
|Joan Donnelly||RE: Ed Renwick Maple Ridge|
Thank you for the photos for the Garret family in Chesterville. I will make additional memorials this evening and let you know when they are in place for you to add your photos.
Thanks so much for helping me!!!
|Fay||Duff at St. Andrew's|
Beautiful shot of the Duff memorial - those fall colours are gorgeous. Thanks!
Added by Fay on Oct 12, 2013 11:55 AM
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Heman Landon, Esq.|
Thank so much for the excellent photos! Its always so pleasing to find photos of headstones that you so very old!
|Sharon S||Edna E. Green|
I found these markers alongside the big 'Green' stone and wasn't sure if you wanted them posted somewhere. Maybe they aren't of interest to you, if so just ignore this message.
They are made of metal in the ground:
Edna E. Green
1894 - 1921
E. Lorne Green
1904 - 1986
Gail Lynne Green
Lorne & Emily
M. Dawn Poole
Clarence & Gladys Green
Added by Sharon S on Oct 08, 2013 7:40 PM
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