|Deborah Jane Kline (#47203244)|
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PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THE PHOTOS I HAVE UPLOADED and upload them anywhere, at least not without telling me what you want to use it for and getting my agreement to that. Not only is it against findagrave.com policy guidelines, it's against copyright LAW. As a practical matter, because I am researching more than just cemeteries and interested in connecting with other descendants of mutual ancestors to share all kinds of genealogy information, I want to be the one to upload my photos so that my profile link is below those photos, making it easier for others to contact me. If you want one of my photos added to a memorial on findagrave or ancestry.com, please just ask me, and I will be very happy to do so. |
Conversely, despite Findagrave.com's policy GUIDELINES (which are NOT LAWS nor findagrave's conditions for participation), I will gladly transfer any memorial I manage or created to a person more closely related to the person memorialized than I am. I am extremely grateful to the many strangers who have created memorials and uploaded photos, but I think it is more important that a memorial be managed by the closest relative, rather than only if you are descended directly from that person by 3 generations or fewer, especially as contrasted with a stranger.
On ancestry.com, I have made a very wide public tree, "Kline-Barrow & Hackard-Crisp, etc." because I enjoy these kinds of puzzles and have found that I have obtained more information about direct ancestors from distant relatives than close relatives have ever known. And, yes, I do recognize the conflict between that realization and my opinion that memorials be managed by the closest relative.
As of the autumn of 2012, I am just beginning to try to get my information, including photos, onto findagrave.com. I wasn't able to go to any new cemeteries for 2 years, but to the cemeteries I do go to in the future starting in the autumn of 2014, I will try to check findagrave.com for others' requests. Although our home base is in Colorado, we travel off and on to other states for our work.
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|Kathy Salazar||RE: thanks & requesting your permission re: Silloway & Trout|
absolutely use the photo as your own.
|Michael Hague||RE: Anna Eliza Baird Farnes # 117387129|
Deborah, thanks for the clarification. The Illinois Death Index did not have an image attached. If there is an image I always look at the information to make sure it matches. I have deleted my memorial with the misspelled last name. Good detective work... Michael
|Michael Hague||Anna Eliza Baird Farnes # 117387129|
Deborah, I tried to find your Anna Farnes by doing a global search. I did not find yours. Please supply me a memorial # for your memorial for Anna Farnes before I will delete mine. Thanks... Michael
|Kathy Robinson||RE: Thanks & requesting your permission re: Alexander Baird|
Help yourself!! Kathy
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome😬 Wayne and Connie
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome. She was with her parents and I took photos of them as well. Best Wishes, Connie and Wayne
|B. C. B. : :=)||Crisp / Butler|
Here is all that I have.
John James Crisp born Dec 1903 in Toronto
Son of John and Sarah (McClure) Crisp
Married in Toronto July 1926
Hazel Harriet Butler born Jan 1906 in York Twp.
Daughter of Henry Jesse and Sarah Sophis (Biggs) Butler
John and Hazel had a son "Barry" born 1930
I know that they were alive in 1972 when they
attended my fathers funeral.
That is all I have so far.
|B. C. B. : :=)||RE: thanks & requesting your permission re: Nancy & William Crisp|
Butlers? None of those mean anything tome.
I have a great Aunt who married a Crisp, but I
have not located her yet. I must have met her
when my father died in 72 as she signed the
guest book which I have.
|Carla Case||RE: Thanks & requesting your permission re: Robert Fredensborg|
You are most welcome and of course you can use the photo.
|Julie Self-Allen||Patty Bourquin|
I'm just curious how you knew Patty? She was a good friend of mine when I lived in Illinois. Had it not been for Patty, I probably wouldn't have had my daughter. She helped take care of my son when I was pregnant with my daughter. She passed way too soon and I still miss her to this day.
I was just dusting a cross stitch picture she made and her mom gave me when she passed and thought, I need to find her on Find A Grave when I saw your message.
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