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|Donna Schulz||Faith Clark Doty Phillips|
It has come to my attention that permission is required for photo use from findagrave. I am in the process of going through my ancestry.com tree and trying to obtain that permission for photos I have either downloaded myself from findagrave or copied from someone else on ancestry that were taken from findagrave. I seem to have one of yours: Faith Clark Doty Phillips, buried in Winslow Cem in Plymouth Co, Mass. I have calculated that Faith is my 9x great grandmother.
Would it be alright with you for this photo to remain in my ancestry tree? It would really mean a lot to me! I have now added credit for the photo, but will remove the whole thing if you wish.
Thank you for your consideration!
|Bill Durham||RE: Old Hurst Cemetery|
Christopher: I visited the site in 1975 and the stones were all lying down as the farmer that owned the property allowed his cows to roam the pasture that had the old cemetery in it. I gathered the information listed by first hand and from a 1940 something listing. I understand that the present owner will not allow you to visit the site. My great grandfather was Frederick Rockey who married Sarah Frances Hurst, her father was John L. Hurst, his father was Henry Hurst, whose father was Capt. John Hurst, and he is buried at Old Hursttown. If I can help you further contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Charles Young||Betty Fay Young|
I am Fay Edmonds Young's oldest son. Would you transfer her record to me? I have good pictures of her and Grandfather George.
|Linda||RE: Comfort Baldwin Bronson|
Christopher, as much as I would love to take credit for this photo, I cannot. I downloaded it several years ago from the internet. It came from the Farber Gravestone Collection, American Antiquarian Society. http://luna.davidrumsey.com:8280/luna/servlet/detail/FBC~100~1~5596~214220:Bronson,-Cumfort?sort=Name%2CDates&qvq=q:%3DBronson%2B;sort:Name%2CDates;lc:FBC~100~1&mi=0&trs=2
My old computer died and all the source info was on it; I had the image on disc for my new one. I should have made the effort to find the source for proper credit before I posted it to findagrave. I will add the source to the photo now. It took me a while to remember where it came from! I don't believe he has a photo on there of John Bronson. If you go to the site, you will discover a treasure trove of old gravestone photos. They are fabulous! He has many ways to download and share them also.
Added by Linda on Aug 03, 2012 8:43 AM
|BamaChick||RE: Susannah Pledger Gartman|
I ran across her burial info when I was doing some genealogy. I think it may have been on ancetsry.com. Anyway, my grandmother was Mamie Gartman, daughter of Miles Tunney Gartman and Viola Boothe. I believe Susannah was my 4th great aunt (???) So I guess that would make you and I related somehow?
|Colleen L||RE: George Wiley Edmonds|
Christopher, You are most welcome. I have transferred the daughter to you.
|Colleen L||George Edmonds|
I posted the photos of George Edmonds grave. You requested his wife Ollie's also. However, unless her gave is unmarked she was not buried with him. His daughter Betty Faye Young was buried in the same plot. I have created a memorial for her and posted that photo also. If you would like for me to transfer Betty to you, please let me know.
|Linda ||RE: Unknown TAFT in Garfield Cemetery|
Sorry for the slow response, but I've been traveling and hadn't been on my computer.
Unfortunately I do not have any other information except what is posted. My information came directly from the Garfield Cemetery records. Sorry.
Added by Linda on Dec 15, 2011 7:31 AM
|Leigh Williams Kitchens||Re: Harvey M. Williams|
I am a descendant of Elihu Williams' brother, Thomas Anderson Williams, Sr. I would be happy to correspond with you about any info. I have on the Williams family. My e-mail is email@example.com.
|Karl Stelly||RE: Darius Coyle Gettysburg|
Sure. Most of the info on the Gettysburg burials comes from a book called "The Last Full Measure: Burials in the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg" by John W. Busey. This is published by Longstreet House in Hightstown, New Jersey, first published in 1988. His research appears pretty exhaustive, and I suspect there are mistakes in there in some places. But that's understandable given the huge size of the project.
Hope this helps.
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