|Rick Platt (#47854273)|
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Feel free to use any photos which I have posted on Find A Grave for your family history research.|
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|Ace||RE: Caroline Borgert at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! Yes, feel free to use my photo in your Ancestry family tree as long as the following tag line remains with the photo.
• Photo © 2017 by Ace Pfotografe. All Rights Reserved.
Thanks for asking. It is very appreciated.
Added by Ace on May 28, 2017 2:35 AM
|John Tinder||RE: Bertha Platt|
My pleasure Rick.
Hi Rick - Thank you very much for getting the headstone photo for James Nunn in Centerville Cemetery! I really appreciate you doing that! I made a few changes and updates to the Nunn family memorials in this cemetery. It looks like they may have a family plot. I'm glad you took the photo with the headstones lined up. It looks like there might be an open spot where there may have been a headstone before. I am wondering if that is where James' mother is buried. His father (who also enlisted in the Civil War at age 49) is supposedly buried in Centerville. Too bad James and his father do not have military headstones considering their service!! If you are ever back in the area, I was wondering if you might be able to check out that Nunn family plot and see if you might see William Nunn's stone. Thanks again very much for going out there for me!
Added by Calcat on May 16, 2017 6:23 PM
|David H. Sweeney||RE: Cox|
|Deaf Pride||RE: Don Myers photo request|
You are very welcome.
|Deaf Pride||Don Myers photo request|
I am sorry to say, but there is no marker for this location. I will post a photo of the section for you.
|Stacey Burton||Martha Hodson|
Thank you very much for trying to get the picture for me. I appreciate the time you spent looking. What you do gives families peace. Thank you.
Thank You very much for that photo, you caught it at the right time of day with the sun, those old marble stones are the hardest to read with that black on them.
|Karen Smith||Francis Daugherty Photo Request|
I did not find a marker or stone in Sec E, Row 20, of Brandon Cemetery for Francis. Karen Smith
|David H. Sweeney||Cox|
In Hightop Cemetery outside of Samantha, Ohio
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