|John Trundle (#47374226)|
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|Kari Olson||Nannie Michael headstone phtoo|
Hi do you mind if I use your photos in family tree with credit to you? thanks in advance
|AmyKimSto||RE: Potts of Loudoun|
Mange tak !
|AmyKimSto||Potts of Loudoun|
Was wondering if I may use your photos of the Potts, buried in Loudoun, on my tree on ancestry.com. Regards, Amy
|laribel||David Houghton grave|
Thanks for sending me the heads up. I am not sure how I didn't notice that!
Looking at the photo I posted it is hard to tell if they are 1816/1817 &-or 1846/1847. I am not the best at researching online but I am going to try to double check and if no luck will just try to get up to the cemetery to re-read the stone or check with the office for clarification.
Thanks again for sending the correction.
Added by laribel on Aug 18, 2013 12:43 PM
Oh my thank you for catching that I had put the wrong spouse on her memorial. I had entered several that day and copied the wrong number. Thanks again
Added by katmando on May 04, 2013 10:34 AM
Found your photo on a memorial I manage.
Thank you very much.
Added by JJ Hitt on Nov 20, 2012 12:46 PM
|crosstitchmary||RE: Gravestone Photographs|
Thank you so much for letting me use your photographs. I appreciate it.
John, Please let me know if I can use your gravestone photos in my Ancestry.com tree? I would, of course, properly credit them to you.
|AnisahD||RE: Philena Chandler Eaton Tavenner stone|
If you are ever back at that section of the cemetery, could you take a peak and see what letters on the stone are visible without moving Philena's stone? I am quite curious to know if that is his stone. Even if we don't move Philena's. If we're lucky there is just enough of the engraving of the name or dates to give us the needed clues.
Thanks for taking the photo of Philena's stone by the way. It is beautifully done! Living way out here in South Dakota, makes me greatly appreciate those who are photographing relatives stones in other regions where I would likely never get to travel to and photograph them myself. So thanks again.
Added by AnisahD on Aug 22, 2012 9:32 AM
|AnisahD||Philena Chandler Eaton Tavenner stone|
I noticed you posted a photo of Philena's stone. Could you tell me who the stone behind her's was? Is that her husband, Benjamin Tavenner's stone by chance?
His memorial doesn't show a stone, so I was curious if it was his stone.
Added by AnisahD on Aug 21, 2012 10:20 PM
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