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I LOVE Find A Grave. It has helped me locate so many of my relatives!|
I don't mind people copying my photos and adding them to their Ancestry.com family trees, but please at least acknowledge that it's been copied!! You could type in "Photo by Caryn at Findagrave". Thanks!
Direct descendant of Mayflower Pilgrims:
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Thank you for the transfer. She is part of my grandma's family and a difficult family to find as some stayed in England, some went to Canada and others to the States. It is a challenge so I appreciate your aid in finding one of them for me.
Added by Nan on May 03, 2015 8:00 AM
|Nan||RE: Alice Higginbottom # 104572564|
Thank you so much for the offer. I would appreciate the transfer. ~nan
Added by Nan on May 02, 2015 3:13 PM
|Atcherley.org.uk||RE: Rowland Atcherley and family|
That's great - many thanks Caryn!
|Nan||Alice Higginbottom # 104572564|
Thanks for creating a memorial for Alice Whalley and for editing it for me. I too am descended from William Brewster and Edward Fuller so we are very distant cousins. :) ~nan
Added by Nan on May 02, 2015 7:16 AM
|Atcherley.org.uk||Rowland Atcherley and family|
Hi Caryn - so pleased to find your photo of the Chase family gravestone today, which includes Rowland Atcherley, his wife Bessie (Chase) and their daughter Elizabeth.
I would like to use the photo on my Atcherley family website at www.atcherley.org.uk/wordpress - with a an appropriate credit and a link back to the page on Find A Grave. Would that be OK?
|James Bianco||Stephen R. Delano|
Caryn, thanks for your edit concerning Stephen Delano. As you would imagine since the other memorial is not located in The North Marion Cemetery I would not have seen it and as I created memorial 142599834 from a physical transcript (which listed his cenotaph). I'm sorry someone used your photo, hopefully you reported that to Find A Grave. I have just contacted them to merge the memorials, as a cenotaph must be memorialized in the cemetery in which it exists. If the member who created the lost at sea memorial can be convinced to move it to North Marion I will remove the one I created. Thanks for your work on this. Jim
Hi Caryn, That's it for obituaries! Thank you for loading all I found into your West Falmouth Friends Cemetery memorials. Cheers, Charlet
You are welcome, Caryn! I enjoy researching them and feel it is one way to keep those people who've passed "alive"! Cheers, Charlet
|Ted Roberts||Shirley P Nye|
Thank you for her marker. I was looking for her maiden name.
|Harry Hadaway||RE: Gravestone Pictures - George Cannon|
That would be great. Thank you.
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