|Patrice Terrell (#47257584)|
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Patrice E. Terrell 1950 - living|
Daughter of Wayne W. Terrell and Vonda C. Bachelor Terrell.
Sister of Ronald L. Terrell, Linda S. Terrell Schmidt, and Jeffrey A. Terrell. Mother of Jason E. Hardy and Joshua G. Hardy
Grandmother of Taylor N. Hardy, Eric K. Hardy, and Lauren E. Hardy and Dylan J. Hardy.
IF I HAVE ADDED A PHOTO THAT YOU NEED, FEEL FREE TO TAKE IT AND USE IT WHEREEVER YOU WISH. I'm not contributing to "add up numbers," my goal is to document graves accurately and to connect relatives. This is not an ego trip, this is a resource base that I want to contribute to.
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|Dave & Lee Burns||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 130807896|
You are more than welcome to use any photos that we have taken. Enjoy!
|LKat||John T Baker|
Yes, you have my permission to use the photo. Please use this line:
© 2012 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photo.
If there are any other photos you may use them also, if you do, please add the copyright line.
Added by LKat on Oct 05, 2014 1:26 PM
|DeLynn Hay||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 64577479|
Of course you can use the photo I took of the headstone of William Terrell to use in your family tree. He was my Great Uncle (Uncle of my Father's). Was he your Grandfather?
I too have a family tree I'm working on in Ancestry.com
As an FYI I also have some other Terrell photos if you are interested, you can contact me directly at email@example.com.
Nope, everything is there on the new familysearch.org. They have all Ohio counties marriage records online with actual images, they have the images of the wills also & the death certificates. Some, to view you have to register but its all free. Love it. I had volunteered to transcribe some of the records. They add records all the time. Check it out if you haven't, you would be amazed. Not like what it was in the old days of their site.
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: I hope this clears things|
The reason I have made it public instead of e-mail is because I have gotten nasty e-mails from a couple of people on findagrave & making it public makes everyone see what is written & also the admins would see it & do something about it. I hope I made things a little more clear. I think it would be nice to put the biography on Ralph Webb's memorial, it would help his descendants locate all that was in the family. On Sarah, I can see that all censuses do pinpoint an 1802 birth. If you send a suggest a correction on any of my memorials this would be a good way to contact me privately. Publicly displaying my e-mail is not an option because of what happened in the past. There always a few bad apples in the bunch but the majority are good, if you get my meaning. lol!
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: M.M. Davis|
M.M. Davis is Sarah's daughter Mary M. (Davis) Work. She died in 1913 Lancaster,Fairfield,OH. Her death certificate gives parents as Isaac Levis Davis & Sarah Gunder. I also found their marriage record in Fairfield Co. OH, they were married 2,Jan,1820, Mary M. Davis their daughter was born 8,Nov,1820.
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: Thomas Webb|
I'm just trying to be helpful. After I sent you the message about the history book, I found that the Mrs Work they were talking about was Sarah (Gunder) Webb's daughter from her first marriage to Isaac Davis. I'm not related but if you want I will maintain them & make all the additions & corrections that need to be made. I am one of those contributors that research & try to find additional information & try to link to family to help others find their relatives & then transfer them to direct descendants. It is sad that they just transferred the memorials without you even requesting transfer. Just keep in mind I will maintain them if you wish. My # 46935923
|hecarleton||RE: # 9342913|
Yes, by all means.
|ejeCarman||RE: Your photos|
Go ahead and use any photos
thanks for your work
|Dave Simms||RE: Memorial # 71453917|
of course.....no problem. That why I do this stuff. If you prefer the high resolution version, just say the word.
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