|Henry Webber||William Bond|
Thank you so very much for the tombstone photo for William. Appreciate you taking your time to do this. Thanks, Henry Webber
|Susan Link||Stephens epitaph|
Thank you for the picture of the epitaph. I would not have been able to read the headstone without your second photo.
The original picture you took is no longer sideways. I assumed you had fixed it. Thanks again for your help.
Thank you so much for the photos of William Samuel and Elizabeth Marlin. I appreciated your time and effort in locating them.
Added by CDavis on Jun 04, 2013 3:07 PM
|Susan Link||Robinson & Stephens photos @ Mt. Hope Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get these photos. Did you, per chance, write down what the Stephens headstone said? The headstone is worn and there are shadows, and I can't read exactly what it says. Also, it is loaded sideways on Find A Grave.
Is there a way I can edit that and rotate the pic, or is that something you would have to do?
Again, thank you for your time.
|LRRamsay||RE: Lewis Stuart Photo|
Thanks. I see your original info about the photo now. I appreciate your help.
Added by LRRamsay on Jan 23, 2013 1:11 PM
|LRRamsay||Lewis Stuart Photo|
Are you sure the photo on Lewis Stuart's (1782-1837) entry (Find A Grave Memorial# 13675809) is of him? The history of photography suggests that the picture may be of his son, John Lewis Stuart. He died before photography was really beginning to be used by people other than the early inventor's of the process. Do you know the origin of the photo?
Added by LRRamsay on Jan 23, 2013 12:10 PM
|Carolyn Sebastian||Peter King|
Thanks so much for posting the photo for Peter and also, Nancy.
I appreciate your doing this, hopefully, you did not make a special trip to do this.
|Carolyn Sebastian||RE: Nancy E. Gatlin King|
Thanks so much Valerie!! I appreciate you checking this out. I do not live in TN and cannot check this out for myself.
Thanks so much for all you do in taking pictures and posting them to the Find A Grave so we can see the stones or markers of our loved ones!!
|Carolyn Sebastian||Nancy E. Gatlin King|
I have a question on the monument for Nancy King # 65569472. It shows she is buried beside her husband, Peter King, is there a grave stone for him too? I have added Peter to Find A Grave. They are my gr-gr grandparents.(Mount Hope Cemetery in Franklin)
Thanks for helping all of us with your photographs.
Carolyn Sebastian # 47514354
thank you for the photos, I do appreciate your time doing this.
Added by Terry on Sep 30, 2012 6:18 PM
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