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Dnoellee (#47642790)
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Bio Photo I'm a novice genealogist how has been bitten by the grave stone documentation bug. nal lines of the family. I have a yearning to know the people behind the vital statistics. My quest began in the 1990s. I hope to connect with others to expand the collection I have.
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William Hoover
RE: Photo of Annie Ross Hoppe
Dnoelle...I just got off the phone with customer service from www.ancestry.com. They confirmed what I thought all this time. Ancestry.com owns and purchased FindAGrave. Ancestry.com and FindAGrave are the same company. I asked the woman in customer service about downloading and sharing photos from public family trees in ancestry.com to FindAGrave. She told me that it was OK to download photos from public family trees and use them on FindAGrave. According to FindAGrave policies regarding using photos from other websites this is what it states, "If you did not take a photo yourself or do not otherwise own the copyright for the photo, do not post it on Find A Grave unless the photo is old enough to fall under public domain or you have received written consent from the copyright holder."The photos from your public family tree were very old. I did delete the photos because I knew it bothered you. My suggestion and the suggestion of Ancestry.com stands firm...If it bothers you that someone other than yourself or anyone you seem fit to view or download your photos, you need to make those photos private so that no one else other than you can view them. If they're private, no one has access to them. If they're public, individuals have access to them...problem solved. You stated, "It's no wonder others are frustrated by you." No....no.....only you and specifically you are frustrated. You must be a real "killjoy" to be around. I know your personality, an individual who likes to nitpick,scold others,find fault,criticize and otherwise create a hostile environment. I feel very sorry for individuals that have to come in contact with you...I really do.
Added by William Hoover on Oct 09, 2017 12:11 PM
William Hoover
RE: Photo of Annie Ross Hoppe
If I can make a suggestion. I'm a paid member of www.ancestry.com and I have uploaded and shared many pictures of family members and relatives with numerous strangers and distant relatives. I have no issue sharing these photos and memories with anyone that would like them (public). If you don't feel comfortable sharing family pictures or family memorabilia, I suggest you make them private and unavailable to the public. If it's viewable on the internet, it's public domain. I'm not getting paid to setup or help fill in missing information on memorials setup for deceased individuals. I do this out of the kindness of my heart. It's very time consuming and I have nothing to show for this. No offense, but it's comments such as yours that make me no longer want to volunteer my time and effort on FindAGrave.
Added by William Hoover on Oct 06, 2017 7:46 PM
Thomas Swinehart
RE: Charles Wiggins in Elmwood Cemetery
In the group picture of the stones, from the furthest to closest:
Charles Wiggins (flat stone)
Edward Mills
Ernest Mills
Lydia Mills Pilcher
Sanford Pilcher

Also a few graves down in the same row is Charles Mills (#35398563). The top of the stone is "My Husband". There is no apparent wife next to him.

Hope this helps with your question. Glad to be of help
Added by Thomas Swinehart on Oct 06, 2017 12:49 PM
Thomas Swinehart
RE: Pilcher / Mills in Elmwood
Ernest Mills Find A Grave 110004009
Added by Thomas Swinehart on Oct 05, 2017 11:37 AM
Thomas Swinehart
RE: Charles Wiggins in Elmwood Cemetery
I will have to look in the cemetery It may not be until next week
Added by Thomas Swinehart on Oct 05, 2017 9:06 AM
William Hoover
RE: Photo of Annie Ross Hoppe
Dnoelle, I am not related to the Hoppe Family. I do FindAGrave as a hobby. I'm a paid member of Ancestry.com and I'm able to obtain pictures of individuals from that website. I'm also able to obtain information from Ancestry.com and FamilySearch to complete the memorials on FindAGrave. It helps complete the profile of the deceased individual. It gives a facial picture behind the tombstone.
Added by William Hoover on Sep 23, 2017 12:33 AM
Patty
RE: Samuel & Annie Ross & Maggie Gesizler photo
Please use any thing I add (unless I do it wrong and then I want to know so I can fix it.
Thanks, Patty
Added by Patty on Sep 20, 2017 11:17 AM
Patty
Floyd Schumacher
Mary has a headstone but, Floyd does not have a headstone. I will try to remember to get lot sign added the next time I go to the cemetery
Added by Patty on Jun 10, 2016 2:25 PM
Patty
Floyd Schumacher
Mary has a headstone but, Floyd does not have a headstone. I will try to remember to get lot sign added the next time I go to the cemetery
Added by Patty on Jun 10, 2016 2:25 PM
Patty
Katherine Gast
If Katherine is buried on the same lot as Frederick and Wilhelmina then, she has no Headstone.
Added by Patty on Jun 24, 2015 3:20 PM
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