|Cindy Akers||Fox Photos|
Thanks so much for the great photos of Don and Virginia Fox, I very much appreciate it!
Added by Cindy Akers on Oct 02, 2016 2:10 PM
|Themis Abdo||Jane Stickle|
My name is Themis and I live in Brazil, I and my friends Erika and Luciana went to Bennington only to see Jane Stickle's quilt at Bennington Museum and we saw also her grave and the house where she lived. I loved the quilt . Bennington VT will be in my heart forever, great emotions there. Thank you.
Added by Themis Abdo on Sep 28, 2016 7:11 PM
|bbranch||Daniel and Lucy Vail Hall|
Thank you for the memorials for Daniel and Lucy Hall. I noticed you also added the photos of their headstone, may we have your permission to use in our family tree? Thanks again, Bobbi
Added by bbranch on Dec 05, 2015 3:15 PM
|Anonymous||Find A Grave Memorial# 28342309|
Please remove the picture you placed on the above memorial it does not belong there Thank you
Added by Anonymous on Oct 07, 2015 12:12 PM
|jeanniejo||Stih- Koscak memorial ely mn|
There is also a line on the memorial that says Mary and Joseph were buried without a Church service- I assume it was because they died of the influenza and were buried as fast a possible
Added by jeanniejo on Sep 14, 2014 3:08 PM
|jeanniejo||Stih-Koscak memorial Ely, MN|
You so totally screwed up this memorial- it is obvious you made up a lot of the information because you don't know how to read or understand the Slovenian language- people like you should not be allowed to post such misinformation.
The pictures on the headstone are of a brother and sister- Mary and Joseph Stih. Mary1892-1918. Her brother Joseph 1894-1918. She was married to Matt Koscak. so her name is Mary Stih Koscak ( pronounced Kas-chock). He is buried behind the head stone along with his second wife Jennie. his name was americanized to Koschak. Joseph and Mary died a day apart during the flu pandemic of that time. The stone also reads that she is mourned by her husband Matt and they had 2 children. The last line reads: May this foreign soil be light on you. Mary is in her bridal dress and Joseph is pictured in the clothed he wore for her wedding- I think he was best man- but that is what I was told- It has been my experience that mistakes like this are not changed either by the arrogance of the poster or Find A Grave doesn't believe it can do wrong- makes me sick that things like this can be allowed to screw up a family for eternity
Added by jeanniejo on Sep 14, 2014 2:58 PM
please remove the picture you place on Find A Grave Memorial# 28342309. Its upside down and the wrong person Thank you
Added by Anonymous on Nov 26, 2013 3:53 PM
|Joanne||RE: # 36746763|
If you have time maybe you can contact Find A Grave. Even though I supposedly manage the memorial it will not let me remove either. Thanks for trying.
Added by Joanne on Aug 08, 2013 7:19 PM
Please remove this picture of memorial monument from this memorial as it is incorrect. Thank you
Added by Joanne on Aug 07, 2013 9:37 PM
|Anonymous||Your grave photo needs correction|
Find A Grave Memorial# 36746763
Elizabeth Cary Wiltse
The photo you uploaded to that memorial is actually that of Mrs. Elizabeth Buck, 2nd wife of Ebenezer Bates, Senior; she died in Oct. 1812 at the age of 80. So the photo should be removed from the above referenced record.
Elizabeth Cary Wiltse died in Shaftsbury in 1814; her husband, Thomas Wiltse, survived her and died in 1826 (per probate recs.).
Added by Anonymous on Aug 06, 2013 9:07 AM
|Greg Volk||RE: Spencer|
Well, I know a little about Peleg and Audria Spencer. Her maiden name was also Spencer, and they were 2nd cousins, once removed. They were actually relate on maternal lines as well. They hailed from Rhode Island, bastion of religious freedom. Most of their children wound up in and around Sutton, Quebec, presumably because they were Tories. Please create an account at www.familysearch.org, and look them up in "Family Tree", if you want more detail.
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 15, 2013 8:09 AM
|Greg Volk||RE: Spencer|
I forgot to ask, is anyone else buried there? Thanks.
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 14, 2013 1:47 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Spencer|
Excellent. Many thanks.
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 14, 2013 1:46 PM
|Kate Welch Denney||Park Lane Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of the location of Wilbur Winchell's burial plot. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Fran & Kate
Added by Kate Welch Denney on Jul 12, 2013 3:12 PM
|Our Family History||Brendan L. & Noreen M. Bannon Lyons|
Thank You for fulfilling my request.
Added by Our Family History on Jul 12, 2013 10:10 AM
|Olle Kandell||RE: Photo of marker Dan(iel) Lindblom|
I should have made this question in my previous message. Is it OK using the photo in my genealogical documentation (Ancestry) - of course with notation of your approval ?
Added by Olle Kandell on May 29, 2013 9:15 AM
|Olle Kandell||Photo of marker Dan(iel) Lindblom|
Really appreciate the help to get the photo taken and also a verification of that Dan's grave has a marker.
Always difficult when living on the other side of the ocean.
Added by Olle Kandell on May 29, 2013 7:48 AM
Thank you for the picture. I truly appreciate your help.
Added by Jim Hunt on May 02, 2013 2:58 AM
Thanks for getting the picture of my ancestor..
May I use the photo on my family tree on Ancestry.com?
GGS9 of George Puffer
Added by NCDave on May 01, 2013 7:23 PM
|Roger Hunt||Samuel Gault|
Thanks for the photo!
Added by Roger Hunt on Oct 21, 2012 5:21 PM
|Sandy & Dennis||Benjamin Purdy|
Thank you for the excellent picture of the Purdy headstones. I had always asssumed the original picture may be the only surving record of the stones. It was wonderful to see they are still in reasonably good condition.
May I have permission to use the picture in my private Ancestory family tree? I will, of course, give you full credit.
Sandy & Dennis
Added by Sandy & Dennis on Aug 19, 2012 7:29 AM
|ladymayflower||Purdy Grave: Dellwood Cemetery|
What a joy it is to have such a new, legible photograph of grave marker for Revolutionary War Patriot Benjamin Purdy and his wife! I deeply appreciate your time and care to locate the marker and photograph it so carefully. Thank you.
Added by ladymayflower on Apr 04, 2012 6:24 PM
Thank you very much for the photos of the McWain headstones. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Jay Boone on Apr 03, 2012 10:06 AM
|AVD159||RE: Byron & Hazel Hazelton Headstone|
The reason that I was asking if the sections are marked is that I may possibly be taking a trip East this summer and if I do I wanted to find some Whitton Family graves in section C-1 and D-1. I live in Colo. and have never been to Manchester before. Pulling it up on Google it looks like a fairly large Cemetery and I didn't want to wander around for hours looking for the graves. I was born in Greenfield, MA and lived for a little while in Brattleboro, VT.
How interesting that you worked with Hazel. She would have been a very distant cousin of mine through her husband.
Added by AVD159 on Apr 03, 2012 8:08 AM
|AVD159||Byron & Hazel Hazelton Headstone|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to take the Hazelton Headstone photo for me. I really appreciate your time and efforts. Can you please tell me if the sections are marked in the Factory Point cemetery?? Thank you.
Added by AVD159 on Apr 03, 2012 7:12 AM