|Debi & Scott Morris (#47836193)|
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Fill free to use any picture we have posted on FindAGrave. We would, appreciate that you note that the picture was taken by: Scott & Debi Morris, Find A Grave Contributor #47836193. -- Thank You|
We will be happy to transfer any non-family memorial that we have created to you. Just send a request & we will get to it as soon as possible.
We are full time RV'ers, with limited internet time. We will attempt to get to corrections and other request as quickly as possible.
We are both retired from the U.S. Coast Guard. We enjoy researching our family trees and looking in cemeteries for "Dead People" aka our long gone ancestors.
Names and locations that we are associated with and looking for are:
Hill - Oklahoma; Missouri; Tennessee
Nelson - Idaho; Indiana; Ohio; Kentucky; Virginia/West Virginia
Rose - Oklahoma; Tennessee
DeMasters - Idaho; Missouri; Virginia
Morris - Pennsylvania
Hale - Virginia/West Virginia
Carter - Virginia/West Virginia
Other surnames mainly east of the Mississippi river would be: Alley; Ashcraft; Badley; Beckham; Bentle(Bently); Chaney/Cheney; Churchill; Craig; Crouch; Davis; Downing; Duncan; Emmons; George; Greer; Hardesty; Healy; Hinkle; Hurst; Lauderdale; Linthicum; Miller; Ross; Sharp; Shaw; Stinson; Sumption; Swoveland; Tilley; Tufts; Via; among many others.
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|Melissa Stickles||Halls in Maples Cemetery, Hartwick|
Just wanted to let you know I added a photo to Thomas Hall, Jr.'s memorial, also...his stone is grown into a tree and only partially legible.
|C. Cunkle||RE: Fannie M Ashcraft|
Yes, you can use the photo and I appreciate you asking. I remember that cemetery as being in very poor condition. We spent more time in hacking weeds than taking the pictures.
|Bee_Charmer||Andrew Beckham photo request|
Hi Debi and Scott, please also make a photo request for Andrew's wife, Lorena (memorial 100690380), as she is buried next to him. They share a double headstone. Once the heat wave subsides, I will fulfill the requests. Thank you!
|Paula Couture||RE: Barnabas Horton|
Please feel free to use the Barnabas Horton homestead picture.
It was passed on to me by another descendant that requested that I share it with anyone of lineal descendant, who wanted a copy.
|JimW||RE: Cemetery Pictures|
Yes, you may use any pictures of my dad's. He is no longer on Find a Grave and I am just now going thru this messages. Janet M
Added by JimW on Mar 08, 2017 11:10 AM
|Fred Saar||RE: Barnabas Horton|
Yes and thanks for asking.
Be careful of the portrait floating around on Ancestry that is supposedly Barnabas but is really Leonard.
|Rebecca R||RE: John Joseph & Elsie Hawkins pictures|
Yes, of course you can use my photos! Regards, Rebecca
|Jeani Clark Weir||RE: Mary Seward Goodwin Ashcraft|
Thank you for taking action. I don't see a problem with the other person as it looks like they just created the memorial because they photographed the cemetery. They did a good thing just probably didn't research enough beforehand.. I have done it myself once.. That was all it took for me to look into the person better before making the memorial.. I have found a number of duplicates that were created like that and everyone has been very kind to merge the 2 together..
Thank you again for your work on find-a-grave,
It is so much appreciated..
Jeani Clark Weir..
|A Horan||RE: The Arrowsmiths at ANC|
Thank you for the information. I've submitted an edit to have their memorials linked.
Added by A Horan on Oct 06, 2016 9:27 AM
|Pam Lenz||RE: Marion Williams|
Please use the photo, and it is not at all necessary to provide credit! I'm just glad we could find the stone and that the photo is helpful.
Added by Pam Lenz on Apr 01, 2016 3:01 PM
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