|Janet Bertram (#46518456)|
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I started at a young age with the interest for the dead. This photo was taken in about 1957 at the Aztec Ruins in New Mexico. I am on the left and my cousin Diane Quinn on the right.|
Researching my family history is one of the most important goals in my life. I feel we should all know as much about our ancestors as possible. Through my research I have been able to spend quality time with my sister, Sandra Bertram MEIER. Researching has brought lots of people into my life I would never have met otherwise. Let's all keep up the good work.
I have just come across my pictures on Ancestry.com that someone has used as their own. There is no mention of where the picture came from. This is ashame. For all of you that tramp through knee high grass, work in the hot Texas sun, and in the cold north wind, use your own gas and then try to find a tree big enough when nature calls, you know what I am talking about. Please if you want to use my pictures or anyone elses please have the decency to ask before posting and give credit where credit is due.
PLEASE NOTE - VERY IMPORTANT:
"...The copyright of all photos posted to Find A Grave remains with the original submitter. No use of photos for any other website or personal use is permitted without the prior consent of the original submitter."
Since I am getting so many requests for transfers I have started using the findagrave guidelines for transfer. You do not need to own an ancestors memorial page to have a great memorial. I update them each day and will add to a memorial. Just use the edit button on the top right hand of the memorial to be edited.
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|Mary Simmons Crain||RE: Freddie Duke|
Thank you SO much. :)
Thanks, Janet for the permission to use your photos that I am posting to my Ancestry Family Tree and certainly giving you permission for them. I love to have a photo to add to a person's profile. So thankful for so many photo volunteers! May the favor return to you.
|Pat Berel||Sandra Kaye Weeks Allen|
Find A Grave Memorial# 42306403 I'm also requesting permission to use the photo you added to this memorial for my family tree. Thanks.
|Pat Berel||Nellie Weeks Memorial|
I am requesting use of the photo you posted on the memorial for Nellie Viola Knippers Weeks to use on my Ancestry Tree. I always give credit to a person for whatever I receive from them. Thank you for posting it.
|Deb||RE: re Norman Lee Allen|
Other contributor has no links. Its also in wrong cemetery. By all rights, yours is one that should stay. She should delete here's.
Make sure yours is correct and matches. I'll see IF she'll delete here's. If not, we'll have them merged and since yours IS correct, it should remain ... hopefully.
I linked to yours last night because it IS in correct location.
Added by Deb on Jul 31, 2016 6:12 PM
|Nancy Ziemba Gleaton||RE: Joseph Zemba 122055943|
Been there too.. so aggravating...
|Cindy Bryan||Emma Lou Falco|
Please add James Oren Bryan, John Harold Bryan and LaDell Bryan Kirk as siblings.
|Patricia S Powell Gerecci||: Juan Antonio Coy|
Greetings. If you look at memorial # 65084935, you can read more about the father of Juan Antonio: Antonio Clemente de los Santos Coy b.1799 d. 1891. Antonio Clemente was a Texas Ranger. There may be some clues for you. But you say that your Juan Coy died in 1891. The Juan Antonio Coy that I know about was born in 1842. As a 3 year old child, he was taken from his Lipan Indian mother and given to his aunt Maria Antonia De los Santos Coy to be raised. She was married to Rumaldo Perez. It might have been customary for children of Indian women to be raised by other family members because the Lipan Indians were not considered to be "respectable."
You can also contact me at my personal email email@example.com
I have old pictures and research information that I have collected for 25 years. I am a retired English professor, living in Dallas, Texas. I will be happy to share anything I have with you.
Just a Thank You note to let you know your work is appreciated.
|jean worrell||RE: Martha A Spencer Munn (339766831)|
Thanks I fixed it.
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