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If you would like to use my grave images for any non-commercial purpose, I release them to you under a creative commons non-commercial license. No further permission is required or requested. If you'd like to leave me a public "thank you," I assure you that will put a smile on my face.
Most of my photos taken in 2013 or later have GPS coordinates embedded. If you want to find the coordinates of a grave, and the memorial does not display coordinates, you can check if the image has GPS metadata. How to do this:
1) Click on the small image so you get the big image page.
2) Right-click on the image in the big image page and choose "Copy image URL"
3) Go to Jeffrey's EXIF viewer utility.
4) Paste the URL (it should end in .jpg) into the "Image URL" field on Jeffrey's site and press the button "View Image at URL". It should give you a lot of data like this example.
5) Scroll down to where it says GPS Latitude and GPS Longitude. If the image has GPS coordinates, you will see them there.
My primary interests have been the historic cemeteries of Rehoboth, Swansea, and Providence, with excursions to Fall River and Somserset, and as far away as Maine and New York.
Of course, sometimes I make mistakes. Send me a correction by using the little "edit" button in the memorial. If your edits require more than a click, I may transfer the memorial to you.
I am interested in photography, genealogy, and history, not in maintaining databases. Therefore, I have a very liberal transfer policy. I'm glad to transfer any memorial to anyone who is sincerely interested in taking good care of it. I don't care if you are a relative or not. The only exceptions might be my own family members.
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|William Irwin||Hix Cemetery , Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA|
May I use you photo of Hix Cemetery , Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA on GENI.com
Description: Used with written permission of kickstand (#47213883) at FindAGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&PIcrid=91104&PIpi=82431646&PIMode=cemetery, Added by: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47213883, 6/15/2013
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|LisaIsBlessed||Nassau Knolls picture|
Thank you so much for posting pictures of the gate at Nassau Knolls cemetery. My grandparents are buried there and I have never seen the cemetery or their graves. So I really appreciated your picture.
|Leslie Canavan||RE: Memorial 70593738|
Thank you so much! And for all your hard work on Find A Grave!
|Leslie Canavan||Memorial 70593738|
Your photo of Mary Nicholson is of interest, do you know/remember where it is located, or was when you photo'd it...perhaps it is at Brown? I just discovered your post a few minutes ago, so have not yet done any further research on my own. Thanks for any hints/help.
|Kenneth Pohl||North Burial Ground|
I wonder if you might know if Nicholas Cooke Cushing's(# 82947214) wife is buried in this cemetery? Her name was Hannah Horton Cushing. I do not have a death date on her...last child was b. 1827.
Thank you for any help you might be able to provide.
|GPoppa||RE: Andrew Townley|
The confusion is, on the Biltcliffe marker is the inscription for Mary (Broom) Townley (1830-1885), wife of Andrew. Her husband, Andrew has a separate marker located in the Veteran's plot Find A Grave #66827758
Added by GPoppa on Dec 07, 2015 7:35 AM
|Kim Keith Gretz||Keith's|
Thank you for the pics of the family stone!
|ShariPDX||Find A Grave Memorial# 7254520|
Samuel Eddy 31 Mar 1769 - 3 Feb 1839
US Congressman R.I.
You added his portrait to this find-a-grave page and it's really great, but could you please tell me where it's from? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7254520
There were/are a zillion Samuel Eddy's and I want to be sure that pict is the one I'm looking for. Several sites on Ancestry.com show this pic as the 1607-1687 Samuel Eddy, but I don't think the clothing style is appropriate for the 1600's.
Added by ShariPDX on Dec 04, 2015 10:43 PM
|GPoppa||RE: Frederick Chadwick|
Added by GPoppa on Nov 02, 2015 8:56 AM
Thanks for the photo
Added by RIfinder on Oct 15, 2015 8:37 PM
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