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I live in Eastern Sequoyah Co. Oklahoma. I'm married and have two children. Please use any of the pictures I have taken. I am proud that I may have helped families in their search for their ancestors. God Bless!|
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|Kay Baldwin||RE: photo use|
Thank you so much!!
|Kay Baldwin||RE: Photo use|
May I have your permission to use some of your grave photos on my ancestry.com site? The Blaylocks are distantly related to me.
Thank you for considering this!
I am sorry but I do not remember. That is ok I am still learning new things about Find A Grave..Henry
Please use the edit tab on a memorial.Then I can give you an answer if they may be close to each other ..Thanks
Thank you so much for the photo of Paul. It is nice to see this online. Much appreciated!
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|Janet Fox Logan||Jackie M Calloway|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of my Great Grandmother! What a wonderful gift you have given us!
Thank you for the Hardin photo. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by tkrieger on Jan 02, 2012 5:43 PM
|Kenneth Sturdivant||highliting inscriptions|
This method was shown me by a distant relative, Susan lee Fullbright,who also lives in Sallisaw. Susan was a school teacher at Sallasaw. (likely now retired) Her husband was a fireman; he lost his life fighting a vehicle fire in 1994.
|Kenneth Sturdivant||Lina 'Embry' Rana|
I usually look at all four sids of the slender, obelisk type headstones, as sometimes they may mark multiple graves. However, I must have overlooked the inscription on the back of J. P. Rana's stone. I will take a look the next time I am in the area. The method I use for highlighting the inscriptions on older stones is: Shaving foam, applied with a putty knife. (the kind used in sheetrocking) Some people do not approve of this method but if you cary a small garden sprayer with water and an old towell with you, the foam can be removed quite easily. I have found that the shaving foam does not harm the stone in any way, even if not removed. But, some people do object to it's use.
|Larry Vaughan||Walthall Adair|
Thank you for the photo, I appreciate your help. Thanks Larry Vaughan
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