|Eric Jacobsson (#46911048)|
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|Frank C. Hawkins||Benjamin Ford #42575746|
Would you be okay if I used your photo of Benjamin's grave marker on WeRelate.org (the genealogy Wiki) ? I think it would be a great addition and I would, of course, mention you by name as the photographer and copyright holder.
|treerpgmo||Bush Cem, Windsor, Hampshire Co, Massachusetts|
Eric: thank you very much for photographing the grave of Amos FORD (b. 1766) [link # 44543486] at Bush Cem, Windsor, Hampshire Co, Massachusetts.
|Linda||RE: William Cleaveland g.s. photo|
No problem Eric. Maybe he doesn't even have a gravestone. If you are ever there again, maybe you will find him. If you do, please check nearby and see if his wife Rachel is there. I don't know when she died, but it was after 1791, [she was b. 1717] and I don't know where she is buried, either, but it seems likely that she might be near him. I truly appreciate your efforts. Thank you again!
Added by Linda on Oct 19, 2010 8:36 PM
|Linda||William Cleaveland g.s. photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of William Cleaveland's gravestone. I was notified by find-a grave that it was done, but it doesn't seem to have made it to the memorial yet, so I have not seen it, but I'd like to say thank you anyway!
Added by Linda on Oct 19, 2010 4:37 PM
Thank you for your EXTREMELY timely response to my request for the photo of the grave of Elizabeth H. Sears. Not only will this photo support the application of a DAR member, it will be incorporated into the DAR records for future generations to see & to expand the knowledge of the data base being put on line.
Know that I will pass on this act of genealogical kindness many times over.
Joyce Fletcher Menard
|treerpgmo||Jacob Jr. & Anna (POOL) WHITMARSH at Bryant Cemetery|
Thank's for shooting the graves of Dea. Jacob Jr. & Anna (POOL) WHITMARSH at Bryant Cemetery. The stone's are well worn and I could not read the inscriptions. I did add to the inscription what was in published Cummington town records. If they aren't correct let me know and I will fix them. I guess both stones list the full dates of death. [If they don't list full birthdates the information I have comes from published town records.] Jacob & Anna had a large family of 10 children of whom just one died as a young child. Three daughters moved to Ohio, son Alvah settled in Illinois and sons Nahum & Horace who married WARNER sisters [the latter Horace being my 4th Great-Grandfather] became Michigan wolverines.
I had received a reply from P.K. Magruder giving me his permission to copy his photo's as the cemetery was very far from any town and was hard to get too.
Thank you for you photo.
Added by Packard on Sep 25, 2010 7:05 PM
|Valerie (Hunt) Prehm||Ford Photos|
Thank you VERY much for the Ford Headstone photos.
Thank you so so much for taking the time to fulfill my requests for Matthew and Persis Harlow photos. Great photo--and means so much to me. Thanks again!
Added by pugbug on Sep 24, 2010 5:50 PM
|John Michael||Thank you ...|
for capturing the photographs of SGT Daniel Petithory's final resting place.
"Preserving the memories so others will remember..." ™
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