|Nashville Rambler (#47750320)|
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|Most of the memorials I manage are unrelated; I'm happy to pass them along to anyone who asks.|
I'm an open source, crowd sourcing kind of person. I'm delighted for others to make use of my pictures for any informational purpose. I don't need credit, either. But I would like to get a line or two about what you are using it for, and/or what its meaning is for you: Use the edit tab on the memorial page where you find the picture (if I manage the memorial, that is.)
In the unlikely event that someone wants to use my work for commercial purposes, a use agreement will be needed.
My interests are genealogical and historical, so my photos are intended to emphasize information rather than burial setting or other aesthetics.
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|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||Louise Latham #111177924|
I enjoy reading old newspaper each day from the Library of Congress website. Today I found an article about the passing of one of Bridgeport (CT)'s prominent citizens, Mrs. Lousie Latham, in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer of 12/5/1916. I thought you might like to see it.
|J. Fenn- Lawson||Horatio Bennett|
Thank you for the transfer of Horatio's memorial and the great picture I appreciate your kindness. JIM
|Mary Vanderburg Stone||Alpheus Winter Family|
Thank you for contacting me about our probable family connection through Alpheus Winter. I would be delighted to share information with you. Is there a way to send you my contact information in a non-public manner?
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||Maude Warner #111042689|
I enjoy reading old newspapers (Library of Congress website) and trying to match the stories and articles to the memorials here on F-A-G. I found a little article about a social event hostessed by Maude Warner that I thought you might find interesting. It was in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer on 10/12/1916.
|Nancy Day||Emma Hanson|
Thank you, I made the correction.
The marriage date mentioned on this memorial is that of his parents not him.
Added by Eileen on Oct 07, 2016 4:12 PM
|Ann Maliniak||RE: Mary Sheldon Kellogg|
Thank you. I will look into it. I haven't been able to spend as much time researching my own family as I have been helping others get into the Daughters of the American Revolution for the past 9 years. I am afraid I have committed the same sin of many other amateur genealogists in that I accepted the research of others without verifying their proof. I need to go back and remedy that. Thanks for your help.
|Ann Maliniak||Mary Sheldon Kellogg|
This message is in response to your message to me about Mary Sheldon Kellogg. I am sorry I don't have a better photo. I did not take this one. It is entirely possible that it belongs to a Mary Belden since I am relying on someone else's research.
There seems to be a lot of confusion about Mary Sheldon who was married to Moses Kellogg. The problem stems from the fact that there were two Moses Kelloggs who both married a Mary Sheldon who lived in the same area. The two Moses were about 15 years apart in age, however. The younger one has a tombstone that is easily read and his wife, Mary Sheldon's tombstone is next to his. My ancestor was the elder Moses and he apparently died several years after his wife who was not buried with him. Some people say he went to NY to live with one of his many children. I am assuming the person who took this photo knows this, but of course I can't be certain. I wish I could be more helpful.
|Bill Harris||Fenton Garland Foster|
Thank you for the transfer!
|Bill Harris||Fenton Garland Foster|
Hi, I saw this memorial you added for my 1st cousin. I was wondering if you would mind transferring him to me.
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