|Stephen Barneby (#47157980)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy for several years now. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.|
I am retired from the Army and now work for the US State Department as a Foreign Service Officer. I am currently assigned to the US Consulate General in Florence, Italy.
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|Woose||Captain Richard Paul Barneby|
I noticed that you had left a message on the memorial page for Captain Richard Paul Barneby (buried in Secqueville-en-Bessin War Cemetery in Normandy) You might be interested to know that I have just added two photographs of his Headstone to that page.
Added by Woose on Jul 10, 2014 4:07 PM
|Vicki Lindquist||RE: Hale Family|
You are most welcome. Yes, you may use the pictures I took of Esther Hale's headstone on your ancestry tree. Thank you for asking.
|Greg Kimberley||RE: Burton Family|
Thank you Stephen. You can use any of my photos at Ancestry. Please include the Find A Grave memorial number or copy/paste the Find A Grave page link so Find A Grave gets web traffic and continues to be free. Best Regards, Greg.
Feel free to take my photos on your tree. I'm happy to have helped you! I appreciated very much your feedback. I will keep an eye on others cemeteries that might have Ritchie graves surname! :)
Added by JBL on Jul 03, 2014 5:11 PM
|Ginny Lesak Jakoubek||RE: Robert Ritchie #96735354|
Stephen, Apologies for not responding to you sooner regarding the photo. I would be happy to send you the photo via your email...let me know and address.
|Susan K. Park||RE: John Livingston grave marker|
I wanted to do some more research at Oak Hill Cemetery on John Livingston. It bothered me that he was buried in the Public Ground section. I wanted to see if I could pin point which Public Ground he was buried in. As it turned out, there are 4 sections for PG at Oak Hill Cemetery. The first two sections, people buried there are from 1940 and going forward. The 3rd is called Babyland ( for babies only ). Ironically the 4th PG section is the Civil War section of the cemetery. It did start out as PG. Thankfully John is buried in the right section of the cemetery for Civil War Veterans but no grave marker and the records do not show exact location. I've at least narrowed it down for you. I also feel bad that the information was not more exact. What I did was take a picture of the Civil War section, knowing that John is somewhere in there, and posted it to John's memorial page. If you wished that I did not post this picture I will remove it. Just let me know.
From one Veteran to another, Thank you for your service.
|Susan K. Park||John Livingston grave marker|
I'm Susan Park a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave. I was trying to honor your request for a photo of John Livingston grave marker. The cemetery clerk has verified that John was buried in the Public Ground ( pauper's grave section ) portion of the cemetery and has no grave marker.
|Mark Brown||Rebecca Nin Wyant|
Rebecca Nin Wyant was my 3rd great grand mother as well. I have no further info of her parents or linage. Do you? Thanks
|Joan Ellis Pulis||George Paige|
Yes you may use the photo in Ancestry.com. I was in Vermont for my granddaughter's graduation and the house we rented was near the cemetery. I took photos of the gravestones I could read but was in a hurry. Didn't get photos of the other stones you were looking for. Sorry.
|Yandeau||Re Jacob Gill Dupe|
Thanks for letting me know about the Jacob Gill Dupe.
I can't delete it because it is one of the managed memorials I have and am working on various cemeteries to get rid of dupes.
I will send it to Admin to either merge or delete.
Give it about 30 days and then it can be resent.
Added by Yandeau on Jun 09, 2014 8:01 PM
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