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|Allyn Spear||Memorial Transfer|
My name is Allyn Spear and I saw that you have made a memorial for Rebecca Spear (#101799087). She is my 3rd great grandfather's baby sister. I was hoping you would be willing to transfer the memorial to me and allow me to manage it and update her information as well as link to her family. If not, please let me know and I will get the information to you for you to update.
|dlprescott22||Jane Simonton Bullock 35578395|
I submitted Edit 5/23 to add parent info, but I made a mistake, sorry. Today 6/13 I submitted the correct Edit with father Abraham Simonton 81506184 and mother Lucy Haskell Simonton 81506333 (ok as was). Thanks very much.
|BobBoston||RE: Edwin Crawford - Mount Hope Cemetery|
You are very welcome. I'm really interested to see if this is an extended family lot or what? A very large lot with multiple names it was a surprise. The office showed me a very old lot card with lots of names on it. I'm willing to bet they would allow a copy to be made. Do you know of those names?
In any event, Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|Dapper||Annie Lynch Campbell|
There are two St. Mary's Cemeteries, when the Original cemetery in Augusta had no more lots available the Parish open a second cemetery in Manchester, ME. After walking both cemeteries, I found Annie and her husband George. They are buried in the Manchester cemetery, not Augusta. Someone else has created "Find a Grave" memorials for them with the correct cemetery info. The contributor may be willing to work something out for Annie's memorial. I have photos when the details get worked out.
Added by Dapper on May 20, 2014 8:46 PM
Thanks for the transfer of Jacob and Abigail I also would like to ask your help in finding there son, Ebenezer Blunt Sibley, b.Oct 24, 1817, (I have BC) d.Jul 07, 1854, I believe he died in union ME, my source is Batch #: I00757-4, Maine, Deaths and Burials, 1841-1910.
Again you been a great help already
|Peter Morgan||Olive O'Brien|
Will you please link Olive O'Brien (82275979) to her parents, Nancy (Lermond) O'Brien (126378250) & Seth O'Brien (126384233)? Thanks.
|David Eugene Farnsworth||Memorial# 39711422|
First, I's like to thank you for your tireless, unselfish efforts to provide folks like me with valid death and burial information. Without angels like you, many researchers would drown in the vast sea of genealogy.
Next, I hoping you'll find time to review the birth year reflected on you Find-A-Grave Memorial# 39711422, for Lucy Catherine Farnsworth.
If you'll closely examine the grave stone, you'll see that her birth year was 1839 -- not 1859. Stains on the grave stone definitely makes the 3 look like a 5.
Also, Lucy is reflected on the 1850 census (age 11) with the family. That would not be possible if she was born 9 years later -- in 1859.
Again, THANK YOU for all your invaluable support of Find-A-Grave.
|Peter Morgan||Ruth Hayden & Isaac Snow|
When I started with ancestry.com a few years ago, I uploaded photos from other websites without knowing about copyrights. I was reviewing my tree recently and noticed that I had not gained your permission for using copies of the photos you took of the markers of my 3rd great grand aunt Ruth (55515990) & her husband Isaac (53382034).
May I now ask belatedly for your permission to use copies of the photos in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper credit in the captions.
|Peter Morgan||Isabel Hayden & William Snow|
Thank you for creating memorials and taking pictures of the markers of my 2nd great grand aunt Isabel Hayden(55864142) & her 1st husband William Snow (55864051).
May I have your permission to use a copy of your photos in my ancestry.com family tree?
I will give you proper credit in the caption. Also, I have done a little research on them, and will send you some info to add to their memorials. Thanks.
|whistling bird||RE: Headstone photos|
I thought so too and it was in great condition. Most of the other stones were pretty rough. It's always great to find a gem.
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