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|JackiMex||Henry Ruff, Jr #5117608 and wife Anna|
Thank you for taking the photo of Henry and Anna's gravestone and for uploading it to their memorials.
I would like to ask for your permission to use that photo (and others you may have taken of my husband's ancestors) in my family tree. I have a tree on ancestry and on my computer. Because the photographer has a copyright for each photo, I always ask before using a photo on another web site. If you have objections to its use on ancestry, please let me know, and I can make it private on the tree on my computer.
Thanks for considering my request,
Jacki in Pittsburgh
Added by JackiMex on Jun 16, 2016 6:23 PM
|MCK||Mary S. (Smith) Collinson|
I sent an edit for Mary S. (Smith) Collinson. Her middle name, Smith, is documented in Annapolis Maryland Families by Robert McIntire, Volume 2, page 120. She is named after her grandmother, Mary Smith.
Thanks so much, Mary
Added by MCK on Jun 01, 2016 6:15 PM
|Miche Lamb Discher||You are such a gift|
Thank you so much for the important work that you do. I'm in California, so it's impossible for me to research in person.
Thank you so much for your work at Mt Auburn. I had given up on locating my family graves, but your picture gives me new hope.
Added by BerryCD on Apr 04, 2016 9:43 AM
|dickbelle||RE: Request permission to post a photo|
Thank you very much!
|dickbelle||Request permission to post a photo|
I am contacting you to ask permission to post your photo of the grave stone of Pvt Moses Buckley on his Fold3.com page.
Pvt Buckley is buried in the Annapolis Nat'l Cemetery.
Thank you for considering this request,
Thank you so much for the transfer. I admit I am surprised, I didn't expect him to not be your ancestor. Thank you, we are please to have him and I will be adding his record in the War of 1812.
Added by Karen on Jan 04, 2016 1:31 PM
|Jill Tolby||Rowland Rogers/Catherine Jarvis|
Thank you so much for posting my 5x great aunt and uncle's grave marker!!! I'm descended from Catherine's brother John Jarvis and his wife, Sarah Hood. But I noticed a mistake-- the grave marker says that Catherine was born in 1779 and you have 1799- small mistake, if you wouldn't mind fixing it. Again, thank you so much- I am trying to track down proof of John and Catherine's parents and I believe they were John Jarvis and Hannah Hill- and among Catherine's children are the names John and Hannah, sooooo maybe. :) I did my dna and I do connect to John and Sarah, so it looks good. This helps so much! :)
Find A Grave# 42775834. Henry is also an ancestor of my husband and I have proved him as serving in the War of 1812. If you are a relative, I can give you the info.
Added by Karen on Jan 03, 2016 3:05 PM
|John Roby Morsberger||Earl M & Olive M Ahalt|
Earl M. Ahalt Memorial# 48156959
Olive M. Ahalt Memorial# 48156952
February 5, 1915. … Ahalt--Roelkey.
A very pretty wedding took place last Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Roelkey, on the “McDuell Homestead,” near Knoxville, when their daughter, Miss Olive May, became the bride of Mr. Earl Mathias Ahalt … [BRUNS CITZ 12FEB2015]
Source: The Brunswick Citizen published Feb. 12, 2015, “The Latest from the Last CENTURY” (gleaned from The Valley Register) John Roby Morsberger
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