|Honoring our ancestors||Ladoga Cemetery|
I transfered some of the Long memorials over to you. If there are others that are your relatives let me know.
Added by Honoring our ancestors on Dec 05, 2010 2:40 PM
You are welcome and I don't mind at all if you use the photo on ancestry. Good luck with your research.
Added by Linda on Nov 23, 2010 4:36 PM
yes, you are welcome to use them however you'd like.
Added by archiver on Sep 22, 2010 1:54 PM
|Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman||Bloom|
I have no problem with you using them photos however you want. I have ancestry to so I know what you are wanting.
Added by Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman on Aug 26, 2010 11:10 AM
|Charlotte Eagleson Sechrest||bloom|
sure you can thank you for asking.
glad we could help
Added by Charlotte Eagleson Sechre... on Jul 21, 2010 9:45 PM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||RE: Davis/Rees|
I will go thru my pictures and see if I have any of Aunt Belle's husband. I know I do of Aunt Ollie, she married a man old enough to be her father. Aunt Ollie lost her hearing at a young age from some childhood sickness. Her parents did not think she would be able to find a husband so when an old widower was willing to marry her to help with his children, they married. They had a large family between his and their children and Aunt Ollie outlived him by many years. She died in 1960, a widow of a Civil War veteran, almost 100 years after the war. I thought that was something, still collecting widows pension from the Civil War in 1960.
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Mar 28, 2010 7:27 AM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||Davis/Rees|
I did not realize Aunt Belle Davis husband was from the same family from Jennings Co. I have pictures of Aunt Belle and all of the siblings at the Rees Reunion in Lebanon. There were a total of 8, four girls (Belle, Suzie, Ollie and Nan) and four boys (Will, Sol, Sam and Jim, my gr-granfather).
My gr-grandparents are buried in Mts Run Cem. east of Lebanon. You pass the Center Cem on the way there on Highway 32. I have stopped but did not find the grave of Wm J. Davis and his third wife.
The parents, James A. and Elizabth Davis Rees are buried at Oak Hill in Lebanon. Uncle Will and Aunt Ollie are buried here in Jasper Co. I believe Aunt Nan is also in Oak Hill.
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Mar 28, 2010 6:53 AM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||RE: Davis Family|
Thank you so much for the information, it was great.
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Mar 27, 2010 9:30 PM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||Davis Family|
Are you related to this family and if so could you tell me how Polly ended up in Montgomery County and her husband in Boone Co.
I am descendant from Wm. J. and his first wife Sarah Ross Davis. Their daughter Elizabeth married James Rees and they are buried in Boone Co. along with many of the family. I have not found Wm J. Davis grave but was told he is buried in Center Cemetery outside of Lebanon.
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Mar 25, 2010 3:23 PM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||Davis tombstone|
I found the pictures of Davis tombstones in Jennings County that led me to Polly Ann Davis memorial page. Is this the same Polly that married William J Daivs who moved to Boone County?
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Mar 22, 2010 10:12 AM
|Tombstoner & Family||Photos|
Yes, you can use my photos for your site.
Added by Tombstoner & Family on Dec 20, 2009 6:09 PM
|R & S Fine||PHOTOS|
feel free to use them any way you want.
Added by R & S Fine on Nov 06, 2008 6:38 PM
|M & K Fine||Prestly Simms Photo|
Yes, you have my permission to use the photo however you see fit. Take care & GOD Bless, Marcus
Added by M & K Fine on Sep 25, 2008 12:50 PM
|Beverly Kirby-McDonough||Everitt Monuments at Kingwood|
You're very welcome to the Everitt photographs at Kingwood Presbyterian Church. I'm sorry that the monuments are not legible in the picture, but they are very old and worn. This afternoon, I noticed that the cemetery is in excellent condition. All the headstones are recently reset and repointed.
May I ask you to make a change on your Everitt entries by removing the plot numbers? Those numbers represent the individual's age at the time of death. It is stated in the following format; XX years, XX months and XX days. You can then work backwards to the person's birthdate.
Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough
Added by Beverly Kirby-McDonough on Sep 17, 2008 8:33 PM
Added by Anonymous on Jul 01, 2008 8:11 AM