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|Jeannine||RE: Lucy Leline Brown, et al|
This individual Memorial #26180504 and her last name is McLeod but the site is now being maintained by Jeff Blythe. He has already given me permission to use any of his photographs but your designation was under this photograph which is why I am contacting you for permission. I don't know if I will find any others but your permission would be a blanket one, if you don't mind. Jeannine
Added by Jeannine on May 19, 2013 4:45 PM
|Jeannine||Lucy Leline Brown, et al|
I am currently compiling in hard copy the Cheadle family history of which the above is a descendant (4th great granddaughter of the progenitor, George Cheadle). My mother-in-law was a Cheadle. I am not requesting transfer of any memorials but would respectfully request permission to download the gravestone photograph (and any others that may pertain to this line) with credit given such as "Courtesy of The Girls (unless you provide and permit use of proper names), contributors, Find A Grave Memorial # ? ? ?" if this is agreeable.
I look forward to your response either way. My treatise is in no way a profit making project and will not (by my request) be posted on the internet nor will living individuals be included to the best of my ability.
You have no idea how much we who are of an age (I'm 84) or distance and cannot traipse through cemeteries as we once did appreciate the effort and passion of you who contribute to Find A Grave. Many thanks from an old lady.
Jeannine G. Verhoeks
Sun City West, AZ
Added by Jeannine on May 19, 2013 8:14 AM
|Rose Wenstrom||Kindlers in Park Hill there, and in Crown Hill, here|
No, I'm not a relative. I've been documenting the cemetery for Find A Grave, and as I get into researching a family, they become a part of my life, as I learn where they came from, how they came to the Powell area, deaths, births, etc. In fact, I've done so much research just for Find A Grave memorials, that I'm now working on a book of the people who came to this area. Canals, irrigation and water changed this entire area from a high desert into a fertile farmland. The railroad immigration agent who promoted this area is one of the forces who settled this area, and this became a mini melting pot as people from all walks of life and countries came here to enter into the draw for homesteads.
As you can tell, it all fascinates me. I got to know the Kindler family, and hope to 'reunite' them all on Find A Grave. I hope to honor their memory well.
Thank you for your work on Find A Grave! It's a blessing to many people who are looking for their past.
:) Rose Wenstrom, Powell, Wyoming
|Linda Hoover Garrison||RE: Hetricks photo|
My pleasure. It was my first find! Very exciting! Looking forward to doing more.
I wanted to touch base with you about some biographical info you provided for the Adam Hetrick memorial 17729185 .
I have recently discovered his wife, Maria, 103034783 . You seemed to be pretty easy going by your bio, so I have employed the info for use on Maria's bio too, naturally with a credit to you.
Hopefully this is acceptable, and I thank you for the details about this family. I am not related, but I am creating memorials and always appreciate when I can add to them.
Added by Sheila on Jan 03, 2013 7:15 AM
|Linda Hoover Garrison||Park Hill|
I would like to help clean/uncover headstones at Park Hill. The one I located per a request today was almost totally grown over with grass. I couldn't find the other one at all.
|Jay Wright||RE: Ignatius Ackley|
Many thanks for yesterday's Ackley transfers. Much appreciated. I'll lavish TLC on them.
Any particular Upstate NY county where I should watch out for the Ackleys? I live in Onondaga Co, NY, myself.
Funny you should ask if I belong to NSSAR. I joined in 1975, when I was 34 years old. There were only senior citizens (probably younger than I am now) in the local chapter, so they met in the middle of the work day, and they couldn't understand why they couldn't get younger men to participate. :-) Because I was effectively shut-out of participating, I dropped the membership. About 30 years later, I inquired about reactivating the membership and was told I'd have to pay 30 years of back dues! Other SAR members have told me that's absurd, but I didn't care enough to pursue it. Aren't you glad you asked? :-)
|Jay Wright||more re Ackleys|
Sorry....forgot to say..... my connection with Ignatius is quite distant and actually through ancestors of his wife. But you know how it is when you surf from one memorial to another and then you spot one where you could help somebody by pointing out a typo ..... We'll all sleep better tonight knowing that Ignatius has been identified as a Hoosier!
|Jay Wright||RE: Ignatius Ackley|
Thanks for the speedy correction, and thanks for having a sense of humor! A few months ago I found a memorial where, if one had believed what it said, the deceased had lived to the age of 130 years. I wrote a quickie message about how it must be in the Guiness Book of Records, and I received an outraged reply -- "We take our work for Find A Grave _very seriously_ and how dare you make fun of it"! I guess she wanted everybody on Find A Grave to be humorless. I resisted the temptation to point out that if she put as much effort into proofreading what she posted as she did into reprimanding the people who sent her corrections for her erroneous memorials, we'd all be in better shape. :-)
|Charisse Hake||RE: Chester H. Wilcox|
Thank you for the (unexpected) transfer of the Wilcox memorials. I have linked Chester to his parents and added the info I have to his and Mae's memorials.
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