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|JackiMex||Thomas Coulson #36035181|
You kindly uploaded the tombstone photograph for Thomas. I would like to ask your permission to use it in my family tree on ancestry.com. I ask because as the photographer, you hold its copyright. I will give your name as photographer and provide a link to the memorial.
I would also like to ask if you found next to his grave the grave of his wife, Martha Wiley Coulson (#36035235). If so, was there a tombstone on her grave? Someone else has requested a photo of her tombstone, but nothing has happened.
Many thanks and Happy Holidays,
Added by JackiMex on Dec 21, 2013 4:05 PM
|Bob Carter||Tranfer of burials to correct cemetery|
Just a suggestion for a correction, but these two burials 58462838 and 58463163 you have (which were transferred to you) belong in the Bethel Baptist Church in "Ronda" (cemetery ID 238700) in Wilkes County, and not the other one in North Wilkesboro (cemetery ID 2133084). They are:
Surry County also has a few cemeteries with the same name and many people get them confused.
|Bob Carter||RE: Nancy Owens|
The Nancy Owen Jackson who I was referring to was the wife of Albert Lindsay Jackson and a daughter of Sir Paton Owen Sr & Elizabeth Marion of Surry County. Her death record showed her as a widow so she could not have been the wife of your Albert Jackson.
|Gathering Roots||McCrary -Welcome|
Your Very Welcome!
|Barbara Chittum Hutchens||J. McCrary|
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|Linda||RE: Cousin graves|
I'd love to have your other photos of the Coulsons.
Here's my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again for your kindness.
Added by Linda on May 30, 2011 7:24 PM
|Linda||RE: Cousin graves|
Thank you for your service!
The two stones you mention as being in the Coulson row may be sons of Thomas, namely, Thomas, Jr. and William.
**THOMAS COULSON, born after 1729 at West Nottingham, Cecil County, Maryland; died in October of 1788; buried at Friends Burying Grounds, West Nottingham, Cecil County, Maryland.
**Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825 about William Coulson
Name: William Coulson
Prove Date: 13 Jun 1797
Remarks: Coulson, William. W. Nottingham. June 13, 1797. Adm. to Thomas Coulson.
If you snapped those pictures, too, I would be interested in seeing them.
I would like to post this picture on my ancestry.com family tree. What is your policy or findagrave's policy regarding this?
Added by Linda on May 29, 2011 11:06 PM
|betty earls||Helen Logan|
Thanks again you do a great service for us
Thank You Betty Earls
|betty earls||James Caldwell|
Thank you very much it means alot to me.
Thanks Again Betty Caldwell Earls
|Jennifer Norman||RE: Joyce Jackson|
Im so glad I could help. I tend to look at surrounding stones and if I see similar maiden names and such or they just seem to go together with the other stones just in case. It never hurts to take that chance does it? lol
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