I currently find myself researching the ancestry lines of both my family and my husband's family. In the process, of doing so I came across the Find A Grave website. Very thrilled to find the site as it's led to more clues & information for both lines of ancestry research.
I'm okay with you using any of my photos; however, I would like to be notified when one is being used as I'm always looking for information on distant relatives and you just never know who you might be related to! :)
Most of my photos are usually related to me in some way; as are most of the Memorials I create or maintain. I don't create or maintain these Memorials for any reason other than I'm wanting to learn and preserve my family history. If you find errors, please let me know. If, I've in ignorance offended you - my sincerest apologies as that is not my intent.
Ezra Tullis (1830-1891 Hi, Rozie! My husband is a decendent of David Tullis, brother of Ezra Tullis (1830-1891). Wondering if you are a decendent of Ezra and his son James Willard Tullis (1853-1918). If so, I would be interested in communicating family history. Holly Tullis
Samuel Flowers I don't know if we have communicated before or not. I saw that you said you were related to Samuel Flowers (whose 2nd wife was Mary Ann Wilson Hacking). I assume you are a descendant of John Sylvester Flowers. Do you happen to know what Samuel Flowers' first wife's name was, and do you know where Samuel Flowers is buried? Would like to link them together. Also, am interested in what happened to him after Mary Ann died. I just know he went to Kansas. Anything you can tell me would be appreciated. I do have a letter that Mary Ann wrote after she was married to Samuel Flowers and she mentions him being sick, and talks about where they are in life at that point. Will share with you if you have not already seen it. My email is email@example.com
david hodge I added the links and transferred the memorial. As far as the picture you requested you should be able to click on the one on the memorial, save it to your computer and print it. Im sorry I don't still have it in my computer.
I've made the link and transfered her memorial to your care. You may also use the photo on your family tree. Just use something like, "photo added with permission from Sherryl Barger at FindAGrave" in the caption.
Best Regards and thank you for your contributions at FindAGrave.
RE: Whitmire Cemetery photos Yes Ma'am you may share, please just note who they came from. I have noticed that I missed one stone while there. Soon as I get a chance I will go back over there. Also, all of Whitmire Cem is on okcemeteries.net (except the one photo). You can find 90% of Adair County on our website.