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|Being a photo volunteer is great - I love helping people and helping them find the info they are looking for or, better yet, something they didn't expect to find!|
Most of my memorials are not related. Please check the my virtual cemetery - those memorials are directly related (although some not "close"). Any memorial NOT in my virtual cemetery will gladly be transferred to a family member - I'm glad they've been "found"!
Any of my photos can be used in your family tree program as long as it is NOT used for profit. You are hereby granted permission to copy them without requesting any further permission from me. HOWEVER, please check the captions of the photos!!! A very special group of volunteers photographed all of Andrew County (PACT) - they have very generously allowed the use of their photographs on FAG. If the caption portion of the picture attributes it to PACT then please make sure you do the same if you copy it. (or visit their website to get a better copy!)
Also, as a reminder, photos are copyrighted by the person who took them. Please remember that just because I will freely share my photos does not mean that all contributors to FAG feel the same. Most will give permission but you must ASK first. Please do not equate my "blanket" permission as permission from all FAG contributors.
I do keep most of my photos, so if you would like me to e-mail them to you rather than lifting them off this site, I'd be happy to do so - just send me a link to the proper memorial or use the Suggest A Correction feature.
If you are going to use my photo, please be sure to CREDIT it to FINDAGRAVE.COM and please do not attempt to pass it off as your own work.
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|Scout||RE: Anna & John Hoffman|
You may use any photos of ours that you like. Thank you for asking.
Added by Scout on Aug 18, 2014 5:16 AM
|Pitit Fi||Vinton T. Pike|
I left a link request for his parents via the edit field. My information came from his father's obituary, Friday, 26 Nov 1954 St. Joseph Gazette. If you need it, please email me and I'll be glad to send it. Thanks in advance for taking care of this.
Added by Pitit Fi on Aug 07, 2014 9:46 PM
|Deborah Jane Kline||Please upload your photo of Virgil Campbell's gravestone to his wife City May Campbell's memorial|
Thank you for taking and uploading your photos. If you upload your Virgil Campbell photo in response to my photo request, you will get credit for fulfilling a photo request.
I will be using your photos on my public ancestry.com tree, but, of course, I will be giving you credit for your photos.
|Darrell Jones||Elizabeth Means|
Thanks for the transfer!
|Anonymous||add a photo to Newcomb Dyer|
you have a photo of gravestone posted to Harriet Dyer at Amity MO here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=62077768
would you please post the same photo to her husband Newcomb Dyer who is on the same stone? His memorial is linked to Harriet. His I.D. is 121876822.
thanks for your many contributions to Find A Grave. Happy Holidays!
|Marvelyn Adams||Memorial #51008168|
My Name is Marvelyn Adams (#47004491) and John H. Adams is my Father-in-law. His memorial number is: #51008168
Would it be possible to transfer him to me?
|Ondre Huston||RE: Martha Ward Huston|
thank you, Kelly. I added her parents this morning. I'm very new to Find a Grave but am starting to get the hang of it. I know where Mary Ward Holmes is buried--same place as many of my relatives--and will need to go find her grave too and add it.
Email and let me know what's happening.
|Ondre Huston||Martha Ward Huston|
Hi Kelly, I've recently been involved in switching a number of Huston relatives to me in Find A Grave. I hadn't done anything with Find A Grave before but now wonder if you could transfer Martha to me. (That's what one of my contacts suggested--not knowing of our extensive correspondence!)Email me if you want to do this. I'd love to hear about the progress of your book too! --Ondre
|Teri322||Alma Coleman Pleasant Grove|
Thank you for the enthusiasm, energy and generous spirit you bring to this site. It is appreciated.
Is there any way that you might be able to help me 'read' what is on the bottom of Alma Coleman's head stone? It is difficult for me to make out the inscription.
Alam Coleman was a beloved mother to my husband's grandmother. She died shortly after giving birth to her youngest daughter, Leona and I know Grandma Edna always missed her.
Thanks again for all that you do.
Teri in Iowa
Added by Teri322 on Oct 27, 2013 6:06 PM
|EddieM||RE: Sarah Jager & Leon Lynema|
You're quite welcome. It is always a pleasure to help another member.
The photos are yours to use in any manner you like. Thanks for asking.
Added by EddieM on Oct 04, 2013 5:03 AM
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