|Vicki C. (#46790005)|
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I am researching the names-Ives, Van Valkenburg, Wright, Babcock, Brush, Conklin, Kutz. Many of these people are from the East coast, New York, Connecticut, Massachuesetts, New Jersey. The Kutz's came from Germany in 1891 by way of Baltimore, MD.|
If you think we may be distant cousins, please e-mail me, I'd love to hear from you!!
Please do not use my photos without my permission. I will gladly share if asked.
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|Veronica ||Unfinished Entry|
Your entry for Caroline R. (no last name) #13826063 can be deleted as she is a completed entry under #13837908 as Caroline Rebecca Maxson. Thank You!
Added by Veronica on Jun 02, 2015 10:39 AM
As you can see by the 2 photos I've posted, the old records didn't do a very good job of recording the locations of graves. Sophronia is buried in this lot, no marker, where the Church family & others are, but not on the south side of Moses J. Church. His wife Sarah was already there. It's much more likely Sophronia was buried on the north side of Moses. If these photos displease you, let me know & I will remove them.
Difficulty in reading the old handwriting often led to misspelled names such as Cartwright for Cortwright, I saw it in research that I did.
|Anonymous||RE: Richard Van Valkenburg|
Vicki, it is ok to use the photo with credit to findagrave and my i.d. number 47410155. Take note that I am still in the process of entering all the burials in this plot. The best I can tell, they are all related. Search Greenwood for the additional Van Valkenburgs, Jim.
|Cymburleigh||RE: Phoebe K. Brush|
You are very welcome and absolutely you can use the photo! The Findagrave photos commonly show up on Ancestry as well. Did you see my caption that there are names on the other side of her stone as well?
|Sally Scheer||William F Potter in Hudson Cemetery|
May I please use the photo of his grave which you took to accompany the memorial you posted for him (and transferred to me later)? He's my great grandfather and I'd like to put that on Ancestry.
I have a question about the GAR star that is in the picture. I fear the star doesn't belong to him. He would have been only about 16 years old at the end of the Civil War and there's no way he could have been entitled to the star. I fear that the star actually belongs on another grave and may have been moved during mowing or by someone pranking around in the graveyard sometime. I will be contacting the cemetery people to see what other Civil War veterans are buried there and checking if they are supposed to have the star.
Would you like to help with this effort? Please email me directly at email@example.com
You are welcome to use my photos. Sharon
Added by Sharon on Mar 15, 2015 1:23 PM
|Robbyn||RE: William B. Ives|
What will you be using the photo for? If you're using it for a book or something it would be nice to get the credit for the photo. But yes go ahead and use the photo. :O)
Added by Robbyn on Mar 06, 2015 1:43 AM
|Audrey||RE: Anna Ives|
You may use the photos. Please credit me through find a grave
Added by Audrey on Mar 03, 2015 10:44 PM
Thank you for taking the time to write. Yes, you have my permission to use my photos. If you need others for memorials I have created, let me know, and I will add the photos.
Added by Dyane on Feb 26, 2015 12:30 PM
|D Poulin||RE: Van Valkenburgh's|
Sure You can use them for your ancestry pages. Thank you for asking!
Added by D Poulin on Feb 25, 2015 6:23 PM
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