|Chuck Metcalfe (#47281097)|
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The photographs that I post to Find A Grave may be saved and used in any fashion you deem appropriate. If for some reason, I think a particular photograph is so stupendous that I need credit for it, I will note a © copyright on it, in which case, I would only ask that you not alter it in any fashion and attribute it to me. Otherwise, my philosophy is that genealogy is all about sharing.|
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|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Paul R. Simmons|
Pvt Paul R. Simmons was a soldier and severely wounded in action in Sicily. He died of his sustained wounds on 17 July 1943. private Simmons was buried in the temporary American Cemetery Oran in grave I-4-92. After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Woodlawn National Cemetery
You took a picture of his grave, can I use your picture for a book project, of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished.
Do you happen to know his regiment/division
|Carl Bennett||RE: Klingensmith|
Your help and cooperation is appreciated!
|Daniel Scully||RE: Gen John R. Lanigan|
Thank you for the new information.
|Henry Williamson||Kindred Hurt|
Thanks for the Photo Add on his grave Site, He's
been a hard person to follow in the way they moved about. Im a ggg grandson of Kindred Hurt
By the way he was born about 1829 SC and was married to Elizabeth Jane (Huldah) Eidson 1930 - abt 1880 SC also.
Henry E Williamson jr.
|grammanie||Rev. Timothy Goodwin|
Thank you for the info you gave me. I have added it to the memorial and given you credit.
|Ron Kinney||RE: Freeburgs in Portland Evergreen|
You're very welcome. If there are any you would like transferred, just let me know. I like getting the memorials I create to family.
|Jessica Geiger||Amy Milks' gravestone pic|
Thank you for beautiful photo of Amy Thoma-Milks' gravestone!
|MrsJB||re: J R Orton|
Hope this finds you well. Just writing to note that you are indeed correct about his DOB. I have corrected the error. Thank you for pointing this out. That must have been my best guess at the time, but a quick look at the 1850 US Census does show a year of birth as 1813.
Hopefully this means he is in fact the individual you mentioned.
Also, be sure to let me know if you would like any memorial transferred to you. I am always happy to transfer.
Thank you again and have a great day.
Added by MrsJB on Oct 10, 2013 9:49 PM
|Jennifer Pennington||RE: Dorothy May Brokaw Cosgrave|
You are welcome, I believe I'm going to look the cemetery over again. Because I couldn't find a cosgrave but i remember seeing a brokaw. I may have missed it. One more time wont hurt.
Thank you for your time in taking photos, your much appreciated.
Added by Niccy on Oct 08, 2013 1:18 PM
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