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I hope you all enjoy the memorials I've created and if any of these people are related to you, please don't hesitate to ask me to transfer them to you. I've also provided links wherever possible to spouses and/or other family members.|
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...I only ask that you give me credit for my work. This statement applies to using my photos on OTHER websites -- not FindAgrave. You cannot copy my photos to put on a duplicated memorial on FindAGrave. Apparently, this needs to be specified because some people try to find loop holes everywhere. Courtesy and common sense should guide you but if you aren't sure, you can ask me.
If you want to attach a memorial to your family tree on Ancestry, FindAGrave is listed as a source under the birth, marriage, death section. You may have to look for it, but if it's on this website, then within a short time after adding it, it will be on Ancestry, too. If you must put the photo on your tree, please add, "Photo compliments of VickiO of FindAGrave", with a link to this page.
Names I'm researching: Spencer, Junta/Junte, Kornet, Damme, Hazen/Haze, Milnes, van der Heide, Leusink, Mulder, Fairbanks, Opgelder, van Loo, Beijman/Byman, Magre, van de Werfhorst, Colburn, Sawyer, Gates, van Puttenstein, Damme, aan't Goor and more!
Dutch names are mostly from Gelderland, Netherlands except Kornet and Damme from Zuid-Holland. Also, Junta, Hazen, Van der Heide & Kornet lived in Midland Park, NJ.
Spencer is from Lancashire & Derbyshire, England. Milnes from Yorkshire. Both families ended up in Paterson, NJ.
Other names are mostly from New England.
Also researching the following names for my fiance: Campbell, Wandelt, Collins, Zobel, Woods, Alexander, Stewart, Aiken, Tollan, Casey, Hanglin, Richardson, McCready, Parliman, Crispell, Van Keuren, Lewis.
Campbell, Alexander, Stewart & Aiken are from Scotland. Cambpell is also associated with Newburgh, NY and Paterson, NJ. Alexander's landed in both Paterson and Trenton, NJ.
Wandelt and Zobel are Prussian. Landed in NYC and moved to Newburgh. Collins, Woods, Richardson, Tollan, Casey, Hanglin (many spellings) and McCready are from Ireland. Other names are either Dutch or French Hugeunot from the Hudson Valley.
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|Teresa Ford Thiede||Ferber/Gross Photos|
Thank you very much....I appreciate your contributions immensely :))
Thank you very much for the photos of MacPeek graves. I am sending request to possibly sponsor them as they are relatives.
Appreciate your time and talent!
|A Girl Who Loves Genealogy||WOW Vicki|
What a DYNAMITE photo of Mindert Maby! Incredible you were able to show the name! Love it. Just had to take a few moments to let you know what a wonderful job you are doing! Way to go!
|Barbara Maitland||George Nanny|
I am requesting your permission to attach your tombstone photo of George Nanny to my husband's family tree; George's wife is my husband's cousin.
|Kristy Norman||Avis Babcock-Smith|
Thank you for the picture. Kristy
|Merf||RE: Orie Van Dyk|
Will do! Glad it's all figured out!
Added by Merf on Jun 11, 2014 11:57 AM
|Kathy GH||George Grimshaw|
The date of death for George Grimshaw (find-a-grave #88598038) is actually May 29th, 1890, not 1889. I know that the New Jersey Deaths and Burial Index in Ancestry.com has a George listed for 1879, but that was the grandson of the George in your record. I know because I went to the NJ state archives and couldn't find a death certificate for the 78 year old George from Macclesfield, but I did find one for a 21 day old George. I finally found obituaries for your George in two newspapers in 1890.
I have a feeling that Cindy who contributed to this record was looking at the Ancestry info.
Added by Kathy GH on Jun 10, 2014 12:01 PM
Vicki, I keep my own record of my grave requests. That way I know which ones have been taken. Don't know why they changed their procedure. I do get notifications but it is alot longer than previously.
Added by snm on Jun 08, 2014 2:54 PM
|snm||John H. Winschuh|
Thank you so much for the great photos of this serviceman. It was such a surprise when I checked my request list and he was gone. I appreciate your effort.
Added by snm on Jun 07, 2014 3:20 PM
|Merf||RE: Orie Van Dyk|
Added by Merf on Jun 05, 2014 12:30 PM
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