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I've been a find a grave member for a very long time but just recently started taking headstone pictures to preserve not only my family's history, but others that are trying to connect their family lineage. I hope that I have not offended anyone by adding their love ones to find a grave. It is just a gesture of love and respect for family and others who have passed on so they will not be forgotten.|
I have no problem transferring your family members to you as long as you let me know your relationship to them, however if it is a relative of mine I will decide case by case if I will.
Feel free to use any photos that I have taken for personal use
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|Sarah English||RE: Freeman Family Cemetery|
Yes, of course you may use the pictures in your family tree. I am glad I could help. Although they are hard to find, I like trying to find small family cemeteries that either are not listed online yet or do not have pictures associated with them. The most interesting thing about this cemetery--to me, at least--is that there are two little girls buried there (together) with no dob or death listed. They have a different last name (Persons) than everyone else in the cemetery and their parents are apparently buried in another family cemetery about 15 miles away. And whoever first put this cemetery online did not list them, so I don't know if anybody even knew they were there. When you look up the family tree of their parents, there is a connection to the Phillips buried in this cemetery. I wonder what their story was! Thanks, Sarah
|connie papineau||RE: Highland Cemetery|
sure you may use any pics I have taken.
|L Hughes||RE: White Chapel Memorial Gardens|
I have no problem with it but when I took that pic I noticed that the stone under the marker looked cracked. I turned it in and they were going to check it out. I have some running to do today so I will go check on it and if it is fixed I will get a better pic. Since my cousin Jimmy does not live close I try to check stuff out occasionally!
Added by L Hughes on Mar 25, 2017 7:48 AM
|Betsy Monson||RE: Wyoming Cemetery|
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo requests for Cooper and Anderson. Greatly appreciated. You do not need to transfer to me at this time. I will let you know if I change my mind. Thanks again.
|Carol Shobe||Ralph Thompson|
I have been remiss in thanking you for the headstone photo of Ralph Thompson several months ago. I appreciate all the good work you do!
Hi Holly...Fred and Vloggy are in the same plot as Louis and Anna...I checked the back are around for flat markers and didn't see any or inscriptions..But they are all in Lot 439 E 1/2 sect. 27...I will attach a map and main stone again....Carol
|Thomas Erbes||Ivy Hall Spealman|
You are doing a great job filling in extended relatives of the Engleharts. The Engleharts are not direct relatives. I am working with Jerry Englehart on his ancestry. So you can manage the memorials that you found.
A note on Ivy, I believe Ivy is Wellingtons sister and not his wife.
|Thomas Erbes||Walk in the Wyoming Cemetery|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo requests.
|P. Eadie||RE: West minster Cemetery|
Yes, you may use the photo for your family tree. Glad I could assist with your research. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Sep 01, 2016 2:16 PM
|Elsie Harmon||RE: Hendrickson|
Okay, then I can now add the obits., right?
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