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|Richard E. Henthorn||William Morris Dulaney|
The spelling of the surname on the memorial, Dulaney, does not match the spelling of the surname on the tombstone photo, Delaney.
|Karen L.(Gregory) Largent||RE: Cox Cemetery|
Thanks for that info. We have the GPS co-ordinates and once we find out who now owns the property, we may try to get to it.
It's such a shame. We never knew it existed until I started looking for graves.
From my list, there are 54 of my husband's ancestors buried there.
It's a shame that this happens so often. I believe that it was on either the Jacob Rush farm or the A.Cox farm property.
Thanks for the pictures you did get. I do appreciate what must have been a difficult task.
It means a lot to me.
Karen L Largent
|Pamela Thompson||Gravestone Photo Permission|
I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of William A. Helphenstine in Green Mount Cemetery (Memorial# 67359445).
I would like to add his gravestone photo to my Ancestry family tree, with this included in the Description field: "Taken by Find A Grave contributor jsf1 [or your name if you prefer] - used with permission." Is that OK?
|JackiMex||Margaret Corbly Morris #19712013|
You are amazing. Working full time and making over 10,000 memorials on Findagrave. You must really love cemeteries. Thank you for adding the photos to Margaret's memorial.
I would like to ask for your permission to use those photos (and others you may have taken of gravestones of my ancestors) in my family tree on ancestry.com. Because the photographer has a copyright for each photo, I always ask before using a photo on another web site. I will, of course, put your name as the photographer and the web site of the memorial(s) as the source.
Thank you for considering my request,
Added by JackiMex on Nov 29, 2014 12:03 PM
|Eli Henthorn||James Fordyce (1846-1896)|
I was discussing with Olin E. Hartley about somehow getting a stone for James, as he was a Civil War soldier, and his grave is unmarked, and if not marked soon, will be forgotten. I suggested applying for a military marker, but he told me to contact you. James is buried in the Anderson Cemetery, Tyler County, West Virginia.
|Donald Rennie||Bessie Trumpey Berry|
Dear Sir, Kramer Berry (1895 - 1878) and Bessie Trumpey Berry (1907 - 1970) are my grand parents (my mom's parents. My mom still survives). The name on the headstone, "Bessie Trumpey Berry" is a mistake made by my aunt. "Trumpey" is referring to Bessie's maiden name, and it's not even spelled right. "Trumpey" should be spelled "Trumpie". Bessie's correct name when she passed is "Bessie Belle Berry". Who puts their maiden name on their headstone? LOL. A side note should be added to this memorial to indicate the correct name, or if you would be kind enough to transfer these two memorials to me, I would be honored to manage them. Thanks, in advance.
|Michael Smuda||Leona Pauline Carey|
You added a picture of the marker for Leona Pauline Carey (23297136) and it is shared with her husband, WIlbur Lincoln Carey (88154037). Could you add the picture to Wilbur's page?
|Carl Ballenas||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome. Happy to help. We are a historic cemetery and are collecting the family stories of those we care for. The photos of Otto and Pauline are wonderful. Do you have family stories you can share, to be placed in our Archives? I am interested in what Otto did for a career.
Thank you very much
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