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As per Find a Grave rules: TRANSFER REQUESTS should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Please state your relationship when requesting a transfer. Please use the Suggest a Correction link to request a transfer. PLEASE PLEASE please, tell me your relationship or I will just delete your request. Thanks!
For you picture takers, directly quoted from the Findagrave FAQ's...
Please do not add photos to Find A Grave that you have acquired from another source. Photos fall under copyright protection laws, even photographs used in obituaries. In general, if you did not take the photo yourself, you should not post it. The only exceptions to this are photos that are old enough to have fallen into the public domain and photos for which you have received written consent from the copyright holder.
Please use the "Edit" tab to submit corrections, an original biography, and family links to memorials. Be sure to include the memorial ID#s for the family links and how they are related, father, mother or spouse. I will be happy to make corrections, provided the information is accurate. Know that I check all the information myself for accuracy.
my email: reallyred64[at]yahoo[dot]com
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|Jerry Haywood||RE: Neill A. Yarbrough|
John Yarborough from Wake County. His sons John and Charles came to Montgomery County and settled in Lovin Hill area and McCallum Road area. John Yarbrough's descendents for the most part spelled their names Yarbrough. Charles Yarbrough's descendents changed the spelling to Yarboro. But we still find different spellings throughout the tree on headstones and death certificates. Sometimes I think it henders us in our research. Thanks for the pics; I'll give you credit.
Jerry Tillman Haywood
|Jerry Haywood||Neill A. Yarbrough|
May I use your picture of Neill A. Yarbrough for my ancestry page? He is buried at Marvin UMC.
|Larry Draughon||Frances Ann Draughon Colvin|
Thanks, too, Vonna for the editing of Frances' Memorial. It's much appreciated. Larry Draughon
|Larry Draughon||John Albert Colvin|
Thanks again Vonna for the editing of John Albert Colvin (Sr.). It is much appreciated and I hope you are doing well. Larry Draughon
|Larry Draughon||Narcissus Bright Draughon Byrd|
Thanks so much, Vonna, for the editing of Narcissus' memorial. Larry Draughon
|K. Medved||RE: Raymond Walter Miller|
Vonna, You are welcome. I also got a picture of a Anna Elizabeth Miller that was right next to him. I am assuming his wife, possibly? Anyway, I posted that picture also. Kay
|M Holmes||Thank you|
I appreciate the time and effort in taking the photo of my cousin Stacey Holmes.
Added by M Holmes on Aug 31, 2014 4:50 PM
Thank you very much. When I post a photo i give credit to the person who took the photo.
Added by JOMAMA on Aug 29, 2014 5:28 PM
|Steve Pain||Cross Creek Grave Photos|
Hi Vonna, I want to thank you for taking the time to make photos of John C. Norris and Johnny Frank Norris' gravestones at Cross Creek Cemetery. These photos contribute greatly to the Memorials. Again, thank you for your assistance.
As per Find A Grave regulations I am asking your permission to post the photos you took for me at the Cross Creek Cemetery to my Family tree. This is a gray area when you ask someone to take the photo for you. But the photo taker actually owns the photos. I really appreciated you getting the photos for me Jomama
Added by JOMAMA on Aug 26, 2014 4:35 PM
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