|TS Lundberg Nee Sternburg (#46889000)|
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If you would like to take over management of one of the memorials, (and are related to the individual), I have entered, please use the "Edit" feature on the memorial page. This will alleviate transferring to an incorrect user ID#. Please note I transfer according to Find A Grave Policy. That policy can be found under the "Help with Find A Grave" section. www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#79|
I am happy to transfer to a family member.
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|Reaumegirl||James Wright Bedell|
I found your Find A Grave memorials interesting for the Bedell family. Do you know if William & Elizabeth Bedell were related to James & Euphemia? I know that James & Euphemia had a son Bart White Bedell who married into my family - Ms. Letitia Ida Adriance Kenyon - in 1888 in New York City. It looks as though Bart & Letitia were living in Somers, NY after 1910 (according to census).
Do you know anything further about Bart & Letitia?
I appreciate any help you can find.
|Marlene Smith||Ruben Bishop|
You seem to know a lot about this man's past so I transferred his memorial to you. I'm getting out of the memorial part of Find A Grave and only keeping my family members. My health has caused me cut back and slow down. Hope this is okay with you?
|william campbell||Edward Jackson, Sr.|
Thanks for adding picture of his Stone.
May i use your tombstone pictures on my tree? I credit the pictures to the owner. Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jul 10, 2015 5:12 PM
|ELFrances||Lettie McCormick Murphy|
Thank You for your quick response to adding Lettie's maiden name to her memorial !
|pjt||James E. Burk 140613370|
Hi, Just submitted an edit for his complete date of death. It was recorded on the order for his government supplied headstone.
James served in the Civil War in the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry. His military records, 134th Muster Roll and Headstone Order, recorded his last name as Burke. The cemetery record you published on his memorial shows the name as Burk. I don't know which one is right. Thanks for having created his memorial. Paul Turner
Added by pjt on May 29, 2015 12:24 PM
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Cloval D Letterman and Judith Ann Claxton Letterman|
Thank you for making the edits.
|Roberts Girl||RE: John Murphy Memorial #23539948|
Thank you so much! When I first started with Ancestry, I thought if the photos were on their website, they were for free use, until people started downloading my personal family photos and reposting them as their own. I knew my photos because they were edited by me from my original scans. My family photos have also shown up on other sites. I'm trying to give credit on any photo that has been attached to my family tree on Ancestry, so people are aware they are protected under copyright and are for personal use only.
By the way, I really like the photo you took. It's very easy to read, without any chalk, etc. on it! I really appreciate that!
|Roberts Girl||John Murphy Memorial #23539948|
I would like permission to use your photograph for my online family trees and for personal albums and booklets. The albums/booklets are all non-profit projects for family use. I would also notate your copyright.
I believe I found your photo already being used on an Ancestry family tree, and I can also add your copyright information as a note to that photo if you'd like.
|Mike Jones||Photograph of Elizabeth Ingle Logan, Old Newtonia|
Thank you for your photograph of Elizabeth Ingle Logan in Old Newtonia Cemetery, Newtonia, MO. I would like to use your photo in my book about the Logan family with your permission.
Thank you for your consideration of this request!
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