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I will be pleased and happy to make any and all transfers long as they are not a direct relation of mine...or my husband's...or my neighbors. (kidding about the neighbors :)|
Please use the "Suggest a Correction" feature on the Edit tab at the top of the Memorial you are interested in.
You are welcome to use any picture I have taken for your personal use (Yes you can put them on your Ancestry tree) that's WHY I took them. You don't have to ask for permission, I just ask that you credit Find A Grave.
However you want to use them is fine with me, unless you are using them in a book or something, then I fully expect you to make me fabulously wealthy from my little iPhone picture.
Make sure that I took the picture though, some people here (in the minority thankfully) freak OUT if you use their pictures.
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|Kat B||RE: Lillie May Seaman|
Thanks so much!! Really appreciate it :)
Added by Kat B on May 01, 2015 10:49 AM
|Kat B||RE: Lillie May Seaman|
OH thank you so much! If there are any memorials in the Vancouver, BC area that you need photos of, please let me know :)
Added by Kat B on Apr 29, 2015 8:03 PM
|Kat B||Lillie May Seaman|
Lillie May Seaman is my 3rd Great Grand Aunt. Her brother George is my 3X great grandfather :)
Are you related to the Seaman family?
Added by Kat B on Apr 28, 2015 7:24 PM
|Bill Krebs||RE: Isaac W Brown|
No I'm not related, but I do have an interest in him. I am president of the 4th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Descendants Association. Does your husband know that Isaac was a veteran of the Civil War? He enlisted in Company A of the 4th OVC on 9/10/1861 and was partially trained at Camp Gurly in Cincinnati, OH. After a few weeks, the regiment was transferred to Camp Dennison, also in Cincinnati, to finish their training. In December, 1861, they were transported by riverboats to Louisville, KY and set up camp at Camp Kennett in Floyd Knobs, IN just outside of Louisville, across the Ohio River. Then in January of 1862 they were assigned to Major General Don Carlos Buell's Army of the Cumberland and were sent to Bacon Creek,KY. Isaac participated in the capture of Bowling Green, KY driving the Rebels out of KY. On June 21, 1862, he received a surgeon's certificate and was mustered out.
We have 36 pictures of his papers and would be happy to send them to you if you will give me an email address. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org There is absolutely no cost for this as one of our main goals is to reach out to descendants and family members and pass on what we have free of charge.
One of the things the Association does is to collect pictures of the men along with any stories. Unfortunately we have none in our files on him. Do you have any pictures of Isaac or know of any stories about him that we can preserve in our files? We would be very appreciative.
Please feel free to visit our web site at: http://4thohiocavalry.webs.com/
President 4th OVCDA
|Bill Krebs||Isaac W Brown|
I came across your memorial for Isaac W Brown. Are you related to him?
|Cheryl Hanson||Skinner Memorials|
Thank you so very much for transferring our Great+ Grandparents to us. It means so very much to us and thank you for all your work on Find a Grave.
Have a great day,
|Rich Lowe||James Brown|
Are you connected to James Brown Memorial# 7145462? I'm wondering how his date of death was arrived at as it is not visible on the stone photo. Also, would he be the husband of Jane Crain Brown? Thanks.
|Lauren Byrd||RE: S. Berry Strickland|
Your very welcome. (:
|Don McAllister||Re: Samuel Stephenson grave photo request|
There is no cemetery record in Maplewood for Samuel Stephenson, nor have any of the photo volunteers been able to find this grave. If anyone is able to come up with the grave plot information in or near Anderson, Indiana I will be glad to photograph the plot.
|Mary Ann Bumgarner||RE: Samuel Gallaher|
Thank you! Plan to get old Sam a new gravestone someday.
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