|Carolyn Craven||Cemetery photo|
Other contributors add the below to their cemetery photos so they can choose whether to keep your contribution photo or not.
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|Carolyn Craven||photo removal|
I would request that you give me the option to delete your entry photo of Dry Creek cemetery.
Please delete the photo on #61454385 and #61454494.
On any future cemetery photos you post, you should include the ability for others to delete the photo directly without the need to contact you. Thank you.
Please delete entry photo from Gena D. Sliman's Find-A-Grave posting. ASAP! Thanx.
Added by MjM on Nov 22, 2013 5:34 PM
Earl - Thanks for putting photo of entrance of Dry Creek on my daughters (Gena Sliman) page Dry Creek - Boise, ID however I wish to add different photos. Please delete your one pic. Again, Thanx.
Added by MjM on Nov 21, 2013 9:13 PM
|Karen Shurtz||John Guymon Obit.|
Sorry I forgot to add the paper information, it was from the Millard County Progress in Fillmore, Utah dated 4/21/1916.
|Julie Tucker Shaw||reply|
I sent you an email introducing myself- I hope it went through!
|Julie Tucker Shaw||RE: Guymon|
I am descended from Noah Thomas Guymon and his son John Wesley Guymon. Glad to meet you!
|Jennifer Palmer||Aquiring Permission|
First of All, I would like to say thank you for taking Personal Photograph of Elizabeth Stevenson Norwood Memorial# 12834554 on findagrave.com.
I was wondering if I could get your permission to copy and paste the Photo you added.
I would like to add the Photo's, that you have taken, to my Genealogy Files on my Computer. I will keep a copy of this permission next to the photo's. I may at sometime share these photo's with my other relatives of my Husbands family.
May I have your Permission to Copy the photo and add it to my Family Genealogy?
Thank you for your time and attention,
Jennifer (#47112292) http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47112292
you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|K. M. Nichols||Thank you for your quick response!|
Earl, thanks so much -- Holy Moly, I've never had a request fulfilled so quickly! You're a superstar, thanks!
|Jack W. Davis||Aurora Wayman|
Thank you so much for the two photos of my Aunt Aurora's gravestone. Years ago I finally learned about her existence from my great grandfather's Civil War military pension records.
The last location that I had for her was in Van Horne, Iowa in 1928. As I've said, that was years ago, and I never thought that I would ever learn more about her.
About a year ago a cousin learned where my Aunt Aurora was buried. Now, seeing her gravestones, has truly brightened my heart. Thank you.
Jack W. Davis
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