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Frankz (#47926778)
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Anyone is allowed to use any of my photos on their own family trees on or other genealogical / family tree sites, personal, non-commercial use only, no other grave sites. All I ask is that you credit me with the photo. They are still copyrighted.

All photos that I have posted starting on 1 Jun 2014, should have GPS coordinates of the burial plot in their Exif data.

When you add a photo to a memorial, make sure you choose from the drop down menu whether it's a Grave photo or a Person photo, etc. It makes a difference in the order the photos get shown on the memorial, which icon gets placed beside the name in the cemetery listing, it messes up the count of whether that grave has actually been photoed or not, it affects the percentage of a cemetery that has been photographed, and it won't show up in a list of graves that haven't been photoed. So it affects a LOT of different things.

Never apply anything to a headstone just to make the engraving show up for a photo; no bleach, ammonia, shaving cream, chalk, flour, baking soda, cornstarch, or anything else. It is against FaG rules and it will damage stone over a long period of time. Do not post photos of recently chalked or shaving-creamed headstones. It's in the FAQ.

Most of the memorials that have been transferred to me from someone else, are not relatives of mine. The person that created them simply wanted to get rid of a lot of his memorials and I offered to take some. So if you are related to them, I'll gladly transfer them to you, just ask.

Obituaries on memorials are against the FAQ and copyright, unless you have permission from the newspaper, the author, or it's prior to 1922. Names of surviving relatives, or any other living people, also not allowed per the FAQ.

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nathan forrister
RE: Pleasant Hill, Harralson County
Thank you I will e-mail findagrave to have photo removed.....Thanks again.
Added by nathan forrister on Jan 12, 2015 1:46 PM
Suzanna Rawlins
RE: Viola and Ornie
Frank B Etheridge and Grace Irene Patrick Etheridge were my fraternal grandparents. If you wish to transfer their memorials that is fine and I can get them updated with more details and their photos. Again, I cannot thank you enough for the headstone photos. Grace died when I was 8 and Frank when I was 10. I honestly do not remember much about their funerals at all. To this day I still miss my Grandmommy Grace....

I can also update Ornie and Viola - just let me know - it doesn't matter. I can send info to you to update if you want and I "think" I can add photos of the to the memorial, correct? It doesn't matter to me really who owns a memorial as long as it contains the correct data. The only one I got possessive of was my Mom's... :-)

Again, thank you so much for taking those photos graphs. I have wanted them for so very long and hadn't been able to get over to Georgia to get my Dad to take me there.
Added by Suzanna Rawlins on Jan 11, 2015 7:53 PM
Suzanna Rawlins
for taking picture of my grandparent's graves at Barrow memorial Gardens!!! I have asked my aunt to do this for several years now. Thanks to you I have photos of the graves of not only them but two of my great Aunts. Grateful for what you did.
Suzana Etheridge Rawlins
Added by Suzanna Rawlins on Jan 11, 2015 5:51 PM
Old Midway Methodist
Could you by any chance give me better directions for reaching the Old Midway Methodist cemetery in Auburn, GA? I see you posted some pictures of it fairly recently, and I have been in the area several times but have had trouble figuring out where to go to locate it.
Added by Silverias on Jan 09, 2015 7:06 PM
Ann Parkinson
RE: Chamber Hill Cemetery
Great idea! So sorry not to have been more help!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Jan 09, 2015 12:53 PM
Ann Parkinson
RE: Chamber Hill Cemetery
I am so sorry to disappoint you, but I do not know how to tell you. I was looking for another cemetery and a 'local' was driving when we saw this cemetery. I hopped out and photographed the burials as there were only a few. My only suggestion is to go to the little town of Pavo and ask a policeman or fireman. I'm sure they could tell you. I live in TX and was visiting with a friend who was visiting a friend in the area. :) Best of luck!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Jan 06, 2015 6:25 PM
Katie Bromfield
RE: Jones Family Farm burial plot
Hello, yes I added it. That is where it is located but your link isn't working for me.
Added by Katie Bromfield on Dec 30, 2014 7:46 AM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
RE: J.H. Morrison
I have copies of marriages of Mary E Simpson and J N and also Emma Gertrude King and JN Also found where Amanda Jane (Anna) Skelton married JN in 1882. This was a data file and not an actual marriage license on Anna a JN.
I found another James N also. I forgot to tell you that. but the dates were a little different/
Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Dec 29, 2014 9:49 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Annie J Skelton Morrison
#66448892 I finally found that elusive 3rd wife of James N Morrison and I see that you have beat me to it. She is the daughter of William John Skelton (1833-1894) and Sarah Ellizabeth Simpson
(1832-1912) She married James in 1882 so she is also the mother of Delia #18682199
Annie was born Aug 12, 1860 in Jackson Co, GA and died 13 Feb 1896. Buried at Zion Cemetery, Braselton, GA
Thank you for finding this info also. I appreciate you very much.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Dec 29, 2014 6:07 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
RE: J.H. Morrison
My face is RED. I have worked this whole day because I was not satisfied with the info I gave you. I found out that James N had not only been married once before Emma Gertrude King but evidently he was married twice. I have not found his 2nd wife who was the mother of Delia #18682199 and J H (James Howell) #129995812.
I am so sorry I didn't get more in depth with this before I bothered you. I went back to the handwritten census which I should have done before. On the 1900 census that I had only looked at the transcribed version listing children as sons and daughter and taking for granted they belonged to head of house and his wife, I erred.
The handwritten version has they had only been married 4 years and I found a marriage license for 30 Aug 1896, therefore the two older children could not belong to Emma G. Sorry I have given you such a hard time correcting my errors. Please know that My FACE IS RED. Thank you once again.
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Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Dec 29, 2014 3:46 PM
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