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|Heather||Edouard Julien Dubois|
Would it be possible to obtain permission to use the photograph for Edouard please? I should like to use it within a website I have created. If you personal message me via my email address on Find A Grave, I could explain more fully. Many thanks Heather
Added by Heather on Mar 02, 2016 2:28 PM
Have you contacted the Greene County Virginia Historical Society? They completed a survey from 1995 to 2001 of all the 300 plus cemeteries in Greene County Virginia. They have published this survey in three volumes. Many of these are small family graveyards.
They have a web site. They office itself is only open Fridays and Saturdays 9AM to 5PM. Staffed by volunteers.
I purchased the last volume II. They will eventually have them available on CD's.
I am working to photograph the tombstone of Volume II. I am finding that some have been abandoned and become overgrown, making it very difficult to find them.
I hope this helps you. Simor
Added by simor on Jul 07, 2013 9:42 PM
|RussellK37||RE: Pedro L. Benet|
Thanks, Eric. Are you a Benet? I'm happy to learn Pedro's middle name.
|RussellK37||Pedro L. Benet|
We would like to use your posted photo of Pedro as illustration for an article about the arsenal in Augusta, Gas., where he served during the Civil War. What is the source of the photo? Where is the original? Is it in the public domain for reproduction and publication? I will give you credit for the photo if we use it.
Russell K. Brown
Augusta Richmond County Historical Society
|Wagondrussel||Agnes Lee Mahon Rose|
I recently found memorials on FindAGrave for Stephen Vincent Benet's maternal grandmother Mary Lee Mahon Rose and two of her children Elizabeth Neill and William John along with his wife Sarah Reed Watts. They are buried in Ashland Cemetery in Carlisle, PA. I have connected them with their family as well as William John Rose son William Watts Rose who is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. I just finished reading SVB's The Beginning of Wisdom. Best regards, Denis
|Arielle ||Margaret Hunt|
Thank you so much for filling my photo request.
Added by Arielle on Nov 08, 2009 8:58 AM