Any images that I personally have added on Findagrave are meant for public use! If there is a photo I have submitted that you wish to use on your family tree or elsewhere (in a respectful manner), please feel free to do so with my blessing.
Wilbur Harris Dunn #47072923 Hi Dawn! Thank you for all of your work around Hancock County and the surrounding areas for Find A Grave. You are managing many of my relatives and I appreciate your efforts. I have submitted two edits on my Uncle Harris and tried to retrieve the first that I sent to you but couldn't pull it up. Please disregard the first and add the information in the second. Alternatively, I'd be willing to assume management of this memorial to add the information myself. Thanks! Melba
re: #84508717 Stella Spires I went ahead and changed the memorial dates to match the headstone. The birth date actually makes more sense. As it was (1891) her mother would have only been 14 when she was born. Not impossible, but 18 seems a little more realistic.
Graham D Saunders Hi there, Thanks for all your work on FindAGrave. I believe there is a change to make on the record of Graham D Saunders. I have seen other records where he is listed as Graham L Saunders. A close look at the photo of his tombstone looks to me like it is an L rather than a D.
John Mercer - Lillie Cemetery Dawn, I tried to get a photo per your request, but not sure I was successful. I would like to email a couple of photos of all I could find, may not be for John, as stone is broken, incomplete, and very hard to read, but was in the same area as wife Margaret.
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I thought you might want to link to the cemetery record of Albert and Ida Coles in St Michael Churchyard in Enmore, Somerset, the cemetery record of their son, Albert Edward Coles who died in WWI. http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=coles&GSfn=albert&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1917&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=11970087&df=all&
His diary up to his death is listed on that web site which is very interesting.