|John E. (Jack) Holland (#47276539)|
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Arborist, photographer, musician. My goal is to photograph as many monuments as possible in my local area. Someone once said we die twice, once biologically and then again when we are forgotten. Hopefully through FAG many will not be forgotten.|
If you add photos or obits to my contributions please be sure they are taken by you or written by you. Remember copyright laws.
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|ASB||John Woehrman 174998167|
Added by ASB on Jan 08, 2017 4:58 AM
Thanks for your note.
I think the current Find A Grave guidelines permit the use of obits, as long as they are not copyright protected (usually a by-lined story.) However the new wording is necessarily vague. Copyright law is still evolving on this question, but most opinions seem to fall on the side of "fair use".
Of course, there are no prohibitions against extracting the information from the obit -- not only date of death but career, interests, etc -- and then citing the source (usually the newspaper obituary. This provides necessary information for those interested persons who do not have ready access to the newspaper obituary, but also makes it easy for those so inclined to locate the original.
For a personal standpoint, I would find it bothersome if someone created a memorial for one of my loved ones but did not include what we had found it important to say in the obituary. It's my hope that my loved ones' memories will live on, and not just their stones.
|Beau||Richard Beausoleil xfer|
Hi Jack, Thanks very much for transferring Richard Beausoleil's memorial to me. Beau.
Added by Beau on Oct 25, 2016 6:11 AM
|Diane Ledogar Welz||Lawrence R Ledogar|
Thank you for the entry.
|Diane Ledogar Welz||RE: Anne B. Liebscher|
Thank you, I am a novice, and do not really know how these entries happen. My Dad would be so happy that the entries were made. He left me all the work he did, as I was the only family member with an interest. I would take him to cemeteries to take pictures. I do not have the time to devote to this like he did. Thanks again.
Is there any way that you could transfer ownership of Lydia (Gosselin) Lang to me? He ID is 145625320 and mine is 48304265 .
Added by ND on Mar 15, 2016 3:58 PM
|SheWolf||RE: Alfred Coderre|
Hi again. The cemetery is the Carey Cemetery, also known as the Adams Cemetery, (on Find A Grave it is listed under both names), in Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut. I did not get a plot or grave number, but he seemed to be by himself - no other Coderres, just the government brass marker in between two family plots. If you were to go and see him, go about halfway up the driveway and walk to the right, toward the old part.
Let me know if you need anything else - I'm firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by SheWolf on Dec 08, 2015 12:29 PM
|Ronda Boman-Materas||Jack A Gallup|
Jack a Gallup was my Step Dad... He was Deputy Chief of the Danielson Fire Dept. thank you for adding his information!
|Donald Darby||Olive Breckel|
Thanks for taking the grave picture of Olive Breckel. It is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for adding a picture of Malcolm Platt's grave!!
Added by springsf on Jun 10, 2015 4:06 PM
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