|CM Reed (#47137081)|
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Even though FindAGrave has posted rules for copying and posting photos, I am giving you permission to copy any photos you might like for your genealogy research.|
If YOU ask, and I take it, then I consider the photo YOURS too. Do as you see fit with it. I am happy to contribute to your search.
Some of the cemeteries I have visited have been vandalized or left to Mother Nature. I have no objection to someone adding better quality photos or a photo of a stone after restoration. Any information to help a fellow genealogist is appreciated
P.S. Thank you for the edits and additions. I want to make sure all info is correct!
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|Frank Russo||RE: Joe Beggs Grave photo|
Here is the URL for the photo:
|Gaye Hill||Ardery in Burnsville Cemetery, Burnsville, IN|
You took a photo for Merrett H. Aurery, Find A Grave memorial #30514030.
That photo had his wife, Nancy J. #30514031 and his daughter, Nellie A. on the same marker.
I put in a photo requests, and could you copy your photo to their memorials also?
I have made a request for the manager of those memorials to link them. Thank you very much.
|Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis||RE: Nellie Kay|
Ok Thank you very much. Im just to far away to done it. If you can get one good picture, it can be put on all 3.
|Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis||Nellie Kay|
Can you tell me what the dates are for Nellie Kay? There wasnt a Find A Grave put up for her and in the pic. for Thomas, Lucy, and Nellie Kay i cant make out the dates for Nellie.
|Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis||RE: Kay|
We can do that, my Find A Grave (#47909147). Thank you for the time to reply back to me. I have a very large family tree that we have been working on a long time, some info has been very hard to get and would love to share to help others.
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||RE: Walter Carson, SAR Patriot #P-129417, Find A Grave Memorial# 80506748|
Thanks for your very prompt reply - and for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Walter Carson, SAR Patriot #P-129417, Find A Grave Memorial# 80506748|
I am Dennis Boyer, Secretary, Arkansas Society, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. I am a volunteer working on updates of the SAR Patriot Index, now available on line at http://patriot.sar.org. Walter Carson is among my assignees, and I have located your photo at his memorial. We anticipate eventually being able to include photos, where available, with the Patriot's listing, so I am asking your permission to download and prepare for posting your photo.
Thanks for your good work.
Findagrave contributor #47495147
|James Tucker||Mordecai Bane|
Well, it seems we may share some ancestory.
See if this chain joins yours in any way, since you seem to be interested in the Banes and the Martins. You wrote to me a couple days ago asking about my link to Mordecai Bane. I am a direct decendant.
All of the following are buried in the Minonk Cemetery, until I tell differently. My father and Mother are Melvin and Monica (Goff) Tucker.
My grandparents on Father's side are Oliver A. and Emma Geneva (Martin) Tucker.
Emma Geneva's parents were Presley and Eleanor Virginia (Bane) Martin.
Eleanor Virginia's parents were Joseph and Mary (Foster) Bane, buried in the Dana Cemetery.
Presley Martin's parents were Jotham and Rebecca Martin, who were born in West Virginia, lived for a time in central Illinois, and eventually moved to Blue Hill, Nebraska.
Joseph Bane's father was Mordecai Bane. This is my link. Mordecai is buried in West Virginia.
Presley Martin moved with his father Jotham Martin to central Illinois. Jotham bought several farms in the region. One of them was bought from Jotham's estate by Presley.
Presley was not a farmer. He was in the hardware business, at first in Dana, Illinois, and later in Minonk. The farm was between the two towns. When P.A. bought the farm, his son-in-law and daughter moved to that farm and lived there many years. These were my grandparents, Oliver and Emma Geneva Tucker. My father was born while they were living there.
When Grandpa and Grandma Tucker grew old, my mother and father with their young family (including me) moved to that farm. That is where I grew up, on the farm once owned by Jotham Martin and later owned by P. A. and Eleanor Virginia. But, my grandparents and parents never owned it, only my great grandparents (P.A. and Eleanor Virginia) and great great grandparents (Jotham and Rebecca) Martin.
There, you have the whole story. Does any of this join your family?
|marcobabe13||Ichabod & Mary Sheldon|
Thank you so much for the photos of Ichabod and Mary Sheldon's headstones! They are my 3rd great grandparents. I recently inherited an old wooden canteen that Ichabod carried in the War of 1812. Your photos mean so much. Thanks again, and keep up the good work! Peg in FL
I found Samuel he is also in Arlington he died March 8, 1865 Arlington they lived in VanBuren twp. in 1850 census with son Joel 27 yrs. whom married Nancy Peterman Feb 22, 1855 Hardin Co. Thomas whom married Elizabeth Steinman March 5, 1857 daughter Pleasant 17 yrs and Elvira R. 13 yrs. and married George Clark Feb. 13, 1859 hancock co Samuel and Pleasant A. Green married June 21, 1813 Fairfiel Co. in the census it has Samuel at age 62 and Pleasant at age 56. I did not add Samuel his stone could be beside hers. these stones are in real bad shape a very small row in the back of the cemetery, I think they were of people that on longer had family in the area.
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