|Candace Pethe (#47586286)|
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thank you for edits, I have accepted.
let me know if any are family I will transfer.
Thank you very much.
Added by Tony on May 01, 2015 8:14 PM
|Randall McCoach||Photo permission|
Hello. Thanks for your efforts at Find A Grave. I'm writing to ask for your permission to use your headstone photos of my family members with my public family tree at Ancestry.com. You and Find A Grave would be credited. The one I'm looking at is for Doris Guest (No. 72102931) but there might be others. Please reference Doris Johnson when responding. Thanks again. -- Randall McCoach, Albuquerque, N.M., MyCatCyd@yahoo.com
|Frank Zwolinski||RE: Memorial# 2949741|
Thank you so much!
|Frank Zwolinski||Memorial# 2949741|
May I have your permission to use the photo you have taken for my GGG Uncle, James H. Greening in our family records? If so, how would you like me to give you credit?
Thank you in advance,
|Theresa Merrill||RE: Permission to copy photo|
Thanks, and thanks for all the work you do! I will give you credit for the photo when I add to my family tree.
|Theresa Merrill||Permission to copy photo|
Candace, Could I have your permission to copy a findagrave photo onto my family tree? Theresa
|MKM||Edward P. Cooper|
I believe that his name is Howard Preston Cooper not Edward. There is also another memorial under the name of Howard Preston Cooper in this same cemetery with an obit which mentions his first wife, Elsie D. Cooper, who he is buried by. I have sent the person that has the Howard Preston Cooper an email also so maybe y'all can get it straightened out.
Added by MKM on Jan 23, 2015 5:33 PM
|Conway, MA genealogy||Martha H. Clary, Evergreen Cem., Beaufort|
Hello - some additional information for you. Martha Hale Clary was born in Conway, MA 24 July 1839 to John and Clara (Hale Moulton) Clary. She and her sister, Susan, both became teachers/missionaries. Martha worked through the Congregational Church and went to Beaufort in 1871 to become a "teacher to Freedmen".
We are working toward the 250th celebration of our town's founding, coming up in 2017. By any chance, would you be able to direct me to any further information about this school or schools where she taught, and how to acquire a copy of her death record or obituary? We are trying to add to the data of Conway's residents who went "out into the world"...
Thanks for your great photo!
LW - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Faye Anne Hunt||Anna S. Brabham Memorial|
Thank you so much for your contributions. I am the Smith Family Historian and would very much appreciate it if you could link Anna S[mith] Brabham #81138041 to her mother Elsie Craddock #113073221 and father Arthur Hamilton Smith #96314923.
If you would like to transfer management of memorial to me that would be great also. My # is 48165261. Thank you so much!
Faye Anne Hunt
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