|A Horan (#47237309)|
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Life-long, third-generation Washingtonian. |
I generally take and post 3 photos of a headstone or plaque, but sometimes another if there is something that may be of interest nearby. Don't hesitate to ask that I delete a photo that I've posted, if there are too many. Also, please let me know if you want/need the original photo files (full resolution) sent to you, as well as posted (resized) here.
More than happy for you to let me know if you ever want new photos taken and posted (such as during different times of the year), or want different views than what I've taken.
Please notify me prior to copying my photos to any other site. It's usually fine with me, but I like to know where they will appear, as these photos are copyrighted.
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|Glenn Massey||Frances Earleen Massey # 63407906|
Would you also please grant permission to add this family members memorial photo to our family tree with ancestry.com? Same information would apply as with Grady Armster Massey Jr # 63407905.
Thanks again, Glenn Massey & Family
|Glenn Massey||Grady Armster Massey Jr # 63407905|
Hello A Horan,
Would you please grant my family and I permission to use your photo on our family tree with Ancestry.com. Full credit would be given to you with your F.A.G. Member # 47237309 and used with permission. My family and I thank you so much for taking this family members memorial photo.
Thank you, Glenn Massey & Family
|Jack Davison||David A Fudge Photo|
Nice photo of my classmate'd stone. His is the second to surprise me with a grave as his obit said that he was to be inurned. Clearly one cannot argue with a stone, that is bigger and heavier than a niche cover in a columbarium. Thanks for the photo. I have gathered all or almost all of my 1953 UsNA classmates into a virytal cemetery that is very well received by the rest who are still with us, but I deserve little credit because most of what I do is the two or three mouse clicks to add a memorial. The real work is done by the volunteers who create the memorials and take and post the photos. Thank you again.
|Jane Hinkle||Vaughan in Arlington Nat. Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for the stunning pictures of Elizabeth Hinkle Vaughan and her husband Gen. W.W. Vaughan's tombstone. The family is grateful for you taking the time to do this.
|CryptoGram||RE: MAJ David Yaggy at ANC|
Yes, I can see what was added to Major Yaggy's marker and that the two updates you posted are quite the same as each other so I'm trying to decipher which different view I should leave. Do you have updated pictures of his row or some other angle so I can determine which alternate picture would be of interest to be left?
I did not mean to give you a bad time over the posting of Arlington photos and I apologize if I hurt your feelings. Your work on behalf of our heroes and their families has been nothing but outstanding and is, I know, much appreciated by many.
Again, I am sorry for getting in the way of your tremendous efforts.
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Master Chief Scott. I served with him on the USS Iowa.
Added by JMC on Apr 03, 2014 5:40 PM
Thank you so much for the Black photos. I like the way you photographed both sides for each memorial since they both used the same stone.
Added by J.L. on Apr 03, 2014 5:07 PM
|L Beacon||Melvin Byers|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos you took at Arlington, the wreath placed at the marker is such a nice touch!! I appreciate your time and efforts and the lovely pictures you took. Would like to ask your permission to use the photos in my research, I hope you do not mind. Thanks again and Cheers!!!
Added by L Beacon on Mar 30, 2014 10:46 AM
|Norman Dagen||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 35335511|
Thank you for being kind and answering the call. I posted the photograph of Lansing and I did send a message to both of you, but you replied and I appreciate that.
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