|Gordon Thurlow (#47415829)|
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|Researching genealogy for Thurlow, Andrews, Nutting and Churchill families in New England and Nova Scotia|
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|Allan Baillie||RE: Photo Request|
According to the Find A Grave agreements I can't use your photo which has all three Griffin names on it since I don't own the rights to the photo. I was hoping that you may be able to post it to the Lester Alford Griffin page using the Photo Request option.
Photo Requested to add:
thanks for your time,
|Allan Baillie||Photo Request|
Photo requested for Lester Alford GRIFFIN:
It would be the same one you had posted for Arthur Inglis GRIFFIN:
|Joan||Susanna French Nutting and Mary Barrett Nutting|
Thank you for posting the information!
Added by Joan on May 31, 2013 10:55 PM
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Ammi Andrews, SAR Patriot #P-103752, your Find A Grave Memorial# 64696664|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
|TALKING STONES||cemetery pic|
Hi, I posted your photo on my ancestors grave, but I did not know how to put your name under the caption. perhaps you could correct that? I did mention your name where the description is. The pic is Isaac Andrews in Bible Hill Cemetery in Hillsboro, NH. Thank you for such a nice pic of his stone.
|JPCZim||Pine Hill Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the colorful photo you took of the Pine Hill Cemetery. I would like to request permission to use it on my family tree. I always give credit to Find a grave and to the photographer. I know it is already out there on Ancestry but I feel it is important to give credit where it is due.
Added by JPCZim on Jul 09, 2012 3:37 PM
|Amy Levesque||Bible Hill Cemetery|
I trampsed around in the tick-ridden woods today looking for the Bible Hill cemetery in Hillsboro. Since you have actually found it, can you give me better directions? I have googled the area and can't see it!
Thank you for creating the link between Roxanna and Royal. I appreciate it.
Added by BLS on Jan 05, 2012 9:44 PM
|Graveinfodigger||Arthur Lincoln Morrill/Morrell|
I am researching Arthur Lincoln Morrill/Morrell 1861-1951, specifically items he had in his possession not long before his death, to try & find out who might have inherited his collection of carvings. I am willing to pay a finder's fee to anyone who can help me locate them or someone who is related to him who could help me find them if I am able to buy any or all of them. He had some large display pieces, like huge thin suitcases filled with his carvings, wooden whittled things & things built inside bottles. If any of you know anything about the man that might help or about his wife Louise Bailey Morrill (1874 - 1955) who survived him, please let me know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
|Amy Levesque||Pepperell Cemetery|
I added some pics to your awesome memorials at the Pepperell Cemetery. Feel free to knock em to the bottom.
I am adding pics to current memorials, then adding new memorials later. I have several. This cemetery is one of my favorites, and I am having the stone of William Blood tattoo'd on my back, I love the art so much.
Have a terrific day.
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