|Julie Lake (#48041053)|
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Unfortunately Find A Grave is set up for current geographical locations. I would imagine it is for individuals who may wish to visit the graves. Thank you for you compliments, he is my direct ancestor.
Added by ReLyRoTh on Mar 02, 2014 4:16 PM
|Michael Duffy||Elizabeth Tilden Bassett|
I connected Elizabeth to her parents per your suggestion. Thanks!
|Anne||Gass Family Cemetery|
Hello! Thanks for your note. Yes, actually, I do know where the Gass Family Cemtery is. It is in East Jewett, NY and I have looked at it on Google Maps. You're right - we probably can't get to it until the Spring, but I would love to get pictures for Nicholas and Laney (Anna McIntosh) Gass. Here's a link to my dropbox:
Thanks so much!
- Anne Geraci
Added by Anne on Dec 15, 2013 6:54 AM
|Carol Radcliffe||Benjamin Butterfield|
Benjamin Butterfield is my 5th great grandfather and I have just started trying to document my family history and it is exciting. I actually found you by accident! I was trying to figure out how to download a gravesite picture and came across you. I hope I can somehow find you again, but just in case, my email address is Crcliffe@yahoo.com
I would love to know how I can get any pictures? I didn't even know I was part of this family until I was in my early 40's! And what is funny is that it started in CO and I live in CT. And my daughter lives in Barnstable, MA! What a funny world! I would love to here your story?
|Lynn Venafro||RE: Darius Lobdell|
Thanks for asking about the picture, feel free to use it.
|Don Watkins||Williams @ Forest Lawn|
Also added photos for:
Amelia M Williams
Marie Williams *
* - will be returning to take a clearer photo in the next few days. Don W
|Don Watkins||Yost @ Forest Lawn|
In addition to Frances andded a photo for Absalom Yost. Don W
|NJB||Linzey Family Cemetery|
Thank you for all your info. I have been contacted by a family member who had a couple of pictures, the other headstones are no longer there. I will definatly look into that other Laymon Cemetery.
Have a great day and thank you so much for your help!
Added by NJB on Oct 31, 2013 3:58 PM
|Patrick||RE: Permission Requested|
Thank you very much for actually asking to use me photos. Most don't.
Unfortunately I am going to have to say no. At this time I rather not have my photos posted to Ancestry (yes, I am sure many have already been stolen and put there) due mainly I don't want my photos used behind a pay-wall where I can not see them nor anyone else unless they pay Ancestry. Perhaps with Find A Grave now owned by Ancestry, Ancestry will have direct linking of those photos into Family trees directly from the free Find A Grave memorials.
Thanks again for asking and very sorry that at this time I am not inclined to allow Ancestry reuse.
Added by Patrick on Oct 12, 2013 5:06 PM
|Roxy Triebel||RE: Red Hook, NY Methodist|
Thanks very much for the clearer directions to the Red Hook Methodist burial ground and the link to the church's website (and for the photo of Cora Pulver Hunt's stone). I noticed in Google's Street View that one of the nearby buildings which was covered in poison ivy a few years ago now seems clean, so maybe you're right and they've managed to clear it out of the cemetery too.
I added your directions to the Findagrave page for the cemetery and also to my own web page about the cemetery on my genealogy site. My mother and I did a survey on a trip to visit relatives in the area in 2009. We lived in Red Hook for several years in the 1960s and 70s and we were all surprised that there was a cemetery there - still not sure how we went so long without knowing it was back there!
It's amazing how many people can be buried in even a small cemetery like this one! I have much more appreciation now for the people who do surveys of the big cemeteries - those are some serious projects!
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