I have been researching my family for over 25 years. Any photographs you find on the memorials that I have posted are yours to use on your family tree...after all, they are your relatives, too (credit is appreciated).
I am glad to transfer any memorials that are your family unless they are related closer to me or my husband.
Your tombstone stands among the rest Neglected and alone The name and date are chiseled out On polished marble stone It reaches out to all who care It is too late to mourn You did not know that I exist You died and I was born Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh, in blood and bone Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you so I wonder if you lived and loved I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot And come to visit you
Memorial Transfers BJWD, I would like to thank you for transferring the Memorials of Chester, Lilian, Medora, Vernice and Willie Russell to me. I also appreciate the photo of Laura and Arthur Raymond Posey headstone which I downloaded and placed in my Posy family tree at Ancestry. I did credit you in the photo caption as the owner. Thank you for all you have done here at Find A Grave...... the amount of Memorials and all the other work is just amazing. Jim
Drisco photos Hi! I have left gravestone photos for Capt. James Drisco and his wife Elizabeth in the Point of Graves, Portsmouth, NH. I have many more on my website that you are welcome to. The website is devoted to the children buried in the Point of Graves. It is my desire to identify as many as possible and tell their family histories. They made a difference, even if just for a short time. www.AncestorSpeak.org
George W Weatherson I uploaded a picture for him, I did notice that on the marker it shows the spelling as Weatherston, but all other information matches. It was also interesting to see he was a CPL in 24 Ambulance Co in WWI.
Old Brookville Cemetery I am so sorry that I couldn't find the grave you requested, both my daughter and I looked over the entire cemetery. There are so many faceless tombstones that it makes finding someone very hard. Once again I am sorry.
Garlands in Rye Cemetery, NH I also have a photo for a grave of Sally Garland, wife of Benjamin Garland.She died April 5, 1828 age 34 years. She didn't seem to match with either of your two Benjamins. I also found a "MWG" buried between AVG (Annie V) d. 1913 and WHG (Wm Harley Garland), 4/24-1839-8/27/1922.
I don't know why the photos posted sideways to findagrave. They aren't sideways in my viewer. Sorry. Perhaps you can save them and turn them around.
The records of Rye Central Cemetery aren't computerized at all. I looked in the 3 books of graves but couldn't find the other Garlands you wanted. I did find a listing for Mary A Garland, daughter of John Calvin and Elizabeth, but I couldn't find her grave. The book listed it as being in section 2-028.
William John Washington Moss There is a family story that he did serve in the Civil War, so I haven't discounted the possibility. He would have been young. But I haven't found a record. Thanks for answering.