|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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|Thelma Bortz||RE: Inez Shepherd photo|
You are very welcome. So glad I could be of help.
|Sheila Kell||memorial #108013076|
Hello, the name on this person should be Sarah McGannon Rust not McCannon. Here is her obituary if you want to add it. Thanks for all the Jennings County pictures you have added.
Sarah McGannon was born near Freedom Church, Jennings Co. Ind. Dec. 24th, 1835, joined the Baptist church when 14 years of age, was married to Mr. George S. Rust, Dec. 29, 1852, and died Dec. 9th, 1876. SISTER RUST removed with her husband to Franklin Ind., soon after their marriage, where they spent five years, the remainder of her life was spent near the home of her childhood. She was the mother of thirteen children ten of whom are living.
She became a member of the M.E. Church after marriage and continued a faithful member and a consistant christian until her death. The best evidence of this was the fact that her light shown clearest, purest and best in the family circle. The family alter was not neglected in the absence of her husband. Her control over her children was wonderful. She had learned the power of love, kind words and gentle means and knew how to use it. In the various relations of sister wife and mother, she was ever the same, and in the wider relation of a christian woman; she had no "Sunday Face," and "company manners," but was kind to all and at all times alike. Rev. E.L. Dolph when preaching her funeral said, "To know sister Rust was to love her." And he had the opportunity to know her character, for he was her Pastor for five years: Ministers were always welcome in her home. When told that the end was near, she said "I would like to comfort Pa and to raise my little children, but if is the will of the Heavenly Father, I am willing to go." She then called her children to her bedside and gave them a mother's parting blessing. Her last words were "Blessed Jesus." May the mantle of her christian spirit fall upon her children, her wide circle of friends, and her brethern and sisters in the church. E.B. Cadwell
|NLColes||RE: King photo|
Added by NLColes on Jun 09, 2013 11:32 AM
Seems you and I crossed paths with the same member today. Thanks for responding nicer than I would have. Interestingly enough, the memorial numbers he sent me were obviously incorrect, so there's nothing for me to add. :)
Added by Traci on Jun 08, 2013 1:18 PM
Thank you so much for transferring the management of my family members' memorials to me. I greatly appreciate your kindness.
|Barbara McCully||RE: White photo|
You are very welcome!
|Red Dog||RE: Re: Katie Sharp photo|
I will look around Wesley Wilson in 135-C-17.
Added by Red Dog on May 26, 2013 12:30 AM
|Red Dog||RE: Re: Katie Sharp photo|
I will still look and make a request when I go there on Monday.
Added by Red Dog on May 26, 2013 12:14 AM
|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.
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