|Nicole Forsman||John Curran gravestone marks|
Do you know what the abbreviations (IR.I.CAV) mean on John Curran's gravestone? He is my 3rd great-grandfather and I am trying to find more information regarding his past. I recently found a black leather envelope at my grandmothers (in items that her mother gave her) with his Providence RI Freemason paperwork in it. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
|R. Sage||Photo permission|
May I use the photo of Emiline Pugh Barnett's headstone that you uploaded? You would be given full credit for the photo.
Added by R. Sage on Sep 30, 2013 8:17 PM
|Have A Heart||Daniel Williams|
Thank-you for your time and the photo
|Have A Heart||Martha Williams|
Thank-you for your time and photo.
|Lynn Byerley||Isaac Hague|
Thank you for taking your time to get this picture for me. Your time and efforts are truly appreciated.
Thanks kindly for the nice photo happy trails~~
|Nancy ||Henry Leonard|
Thank you so very much. I was in Hope Cemetery twice and didn't realize that Henry was there. I'm related to Henry and Mathilda Bruner and H.B. McMillen and took photos of their graves and all around them but missed the Leonards. I will now check Hope Cemetery for other Leonards. Again, thank you so much!
Added by Nancy on Jun 08, 2013 8:20 AM
|Little P||James, Catherine & Ida Calkins|
Thank you for photographing their monument and placing the images on their memorials. This is a branch of the family that I probably would not have gotten an opportunity to visit in person.
Added by Little P on Mar 29, 2013 12:14 PM
Thank you for the images. Do you mind if I use them in my genealogy?
Added by Patty on Feb 09, 2013 4:30 PM
|Alan and Mary Van Dyke||Helen Willard #86647648|
Thank you for that photo. It looks like a nice day for it.
May we use your photo in our online public family tree on Ancestry.com? If so, we always use a caption like this: "Photo courtesy of ...".
Thank you again,
Mary Van Dyke.
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