|Ron Williams (#1263166)|
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|Clayton/Williams||William Jennings Bryan|
Mr. Williams, I am curious if you are related to William Jennings Bryan, my grandfather was a Williams and I grew up hearing how we were related to Mr. Bryan. I am trying to find out how my family would have been related to him.
|senior_v||asking permission to use a photo|
I would like to get your permission to use the photo of the Nathan Augustus Monroe Dudley #8026 grave marker from the FindAGrave site on our site:
Added by senior_v on Jul 16, 2017 4:04 PM
|Wilford Kale||William Russell|
would it be possible for you to send me a high resolution scan of the Russell tombstone at Arlington...
we may have corresponded earlier, but I'm working on as military history that includes details about him....need an illustration.
thanks so very much
Hi how do you change a Marriotts family page he was disinterred and put some place else.
I talked to a cemetery offical.
Added by Micah on Nov 03, 2016 11:59 PM
|E&GRay||John Marshall Harlan #448|
Find A Grave Memorial# 448
Thanks for volunteering your time and energy to Find A Grave. You took a photo of John Harlan's grave marker but it doesn't scale large enough to read the inscription. Do you know what it says? Please post on the memorial.
Thanks for your help,
Added by E&GRay on Nov 02, 2016 5:57 PM
|deanna french||Washington Cathedral George Dewey|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our Boys in Blue" that had roots in Vermont. Admiral George Dewey was a Native Son of Vermont, and a pride to us all. I have known his burial place , but have not seen an actual photo of his mausoleum.
May I use the photo of his mausoleum that you contributed to his Find A Grave page, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this, with much appreciation.
Thank you for your consideration.
|qashqai||Nelson Appleton Miles|
You provided a photo of the shield on the Miles Mausoleum at Arlington. You might want to add the following to the Caption:
Section 3 Plot 1873
Lt. General Nelson Appleton Miles #2289
Mary Hoyt Sherman Miles, his Wife, #42202751
Col. Samuel Reber, Son-in-Law, #42202196
Cecelia Sherman Miles Reber, Daughter, #42203174
Yulee Noble Miles, Daughter-in-Law, #42203128
Colgate Hoyt, Mary's Nephew, #42202885
General Sherman Miles, Son, #42203106
Allyn Richmond Wight, Grandson-in-Law, #42202946
Nanita Yulee Miles Wight, Granddaughter, #42203669
Nelson Appleton Miles, Grandson, #42228493
Miles Reber, Grandson, #42203306
The names you can see on the shield. Here are the relationships to Lt. Gen. Miles and their Find A Grave Memorial numbers.
Added by qashqai on May 01, 2016 8:11 AM
|Meriwether Ball||Puller Grave|
Could you please contact me at CorpsStories@gmail.com.
|mrt1418||Michael B Ellis|
I'm currently finishing a book on the Medal of Honor recipients of the Meuse Argonne 1918.
I hereby want to ask you your permission to publish your photo of Ellis'grave marker in my book.
I live in France, and I run a museum about the American participation in WW1. I'm also a battlefield guide, and two years ago, my first book was published.
Of course, your name will be mentioned, with the caption that goes with the photo.
Thank you for your time, I'll wait for your reply.
Added by mrt1418 on Nov 13, 2015 2:56 AM
|David Zumbaugh||Rachel L Carson|
I would like to have permission to use your image of Rachel Carson's grave for a publication I am working on.
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