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I hope you all enjoy the memorials I've created and if any of these people are related to you, please don't hesitate to ask me to transfer them to you. I've also provided links wherever possible to spouses and/or other family members.|
Regarding photos -- Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo.
...I only ask that you give me credit for my work. This statement applies to using my photos on OTHER websites -- not FindAgrave. You cannot copy my photos to put on a duplicated memorial on FindAGrave. Apparently, this needs to be specified because some people try to find loop holes everywhere. Courtesy and common sense should guide you but if you aren't sure, you can ask me.
If you want to attach a memorial to your family tree on Ancestry, FindAGrave is listed as a source under the birth, marriage, death section. You may have to look for it, but if it's on this website, then within a short time after adding it, it will be on Ancestry, too. If you must put the photo on your tree, please add, "Photo compliments of VickiO of FindAGrave", with a link to this page.
Names I'm researching: Spencer, Junta/Junte, Kornet, Damme, Hazen/Haze, Milnes, van der Heide, Leusink, Mulder, Fairbanks, Opgelder, van Loo, Beijman/Byman, Magre, van de Werfhorst, Colburn, Sawyer, Gates, van Puttenstein, Damme, aan't Goor and more!
Dutch names are mostly from Gelderland, Netherlands except Kornet and Damme from Zuid-Holland. Also, Junta, Hazen, Van der Heide & Kornet lived in Midland Park, NJ.
Spencer is from Lancashire & Derbyshire, England. Milnes from Yorkshire. Both families ended up in Paterson, NJ.
Other names are mostly from New England.
Also researching the following names for my fiance: Campbell, Wandelt, Collins, Zobel, Woods, Alexander, Stewart, Aiken, Tollan, Casey, Hanglin, Richardson, McCready, Parliman, Crispell, Van Keuren, Lewis.
Campbell, Alexander, Stewart & Aiken are from Scotland. Cambpell is also associated with Newburgh, NY and Paterson, NJ. Alexander's landed in both Paterson and Trenton, NJ.
Wandelt and Zobel are Prussian. Landed in NYC and moved to Newburgh. Collins, Woods, Richardson, Tollan, Casey, Hanglin (many spellings) and McCready are from Ireland. Other names are either Dutch or French Hugeunot from the Hudson Valley.
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|Christa Isom||Uncle Hank and Aunt Annie Douma|
Well bless your heart! Thank you so much for the transfers. That was such a nice surprise this morning. I promise I will take good care of them.
My very best to you,
|jill kazimier||RE: Eliza Doremus|
thanks a million,so much snow here also,time for spring. Jill
|jill kazimier||Eliza Doremus|
Hi Vicki.re memorial #67907281 her maiden name was Post her husband Cornelis Doremus was my 3rd great grand uncle. I found the information in William Nelson's history of the Doremus family.Is he buried there also? He was born 7/24/1805 and died 5/3/1894. Keep up the great work. Jill
|James Peck, CCA President||RE: William Campbell Brick Wall|
Thanks for the high praise!
I enjoy breaking down these walls & use it to build up my skills.
Thanks again also for getting the pics of the gravestones in the snow. I look forward to the others once it gets more reasonable though I know another storm is passing through & headed up here to NH.
|Ace||RE: Joseph Picarelli #52998314|
Thank you very much for the transfer. Ace
Added by Ace on Feb 09, 2014 1:18 PM
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||RE: Alice Cleo Koogler Wild|
Terese M. Wild #124614386
Baby Agnes Wild #124614348
Dr. Eugene L. Wild #124614317
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||RE: Alice Cleo Koogler Wild|
Yes, I would be happy to add memorials for the others on the headstone. I'll let you know when they're done. Thanks for your help!
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Alice Clean Koogler Wild|
Vicki, thank you so much for braving the weather to get the photo!
|James Peck, CCA President||RE: Feeney's @ Holy Sepulchre|
Curious. Seems like saving money on a gravestone is an indication of either stinginess or penury.
You've gone above & beyond and I really do appreciate it!
Maybe when you return after the snow recedes, you can look for my other 4 grave requests. Two have plot locations and 2 don't. I got the info from the good cemetery admin folks there. They couldn't locate James & Ann Feeney, but I'm hoping they are in the cemetery somewhere. They are the key to solving a brick wall on where in Ireland the Feeneys came from. Sometimes, as you may know, the stones carry the county in Ireland they were born in.
Let me know by email what you need to find on your fiancÚ's Scottish roots.
|seekerJay||RE: Richard Quackebush #116777596|
I just noticed that his surname is misspelled on the marker. Oooops!
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