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SVM (#48091446)
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Joshua McCown, LKat, O'side Native, Susan Mccay
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Gwen and Bob
RE: photo req Old Tennent NJ cemetery
Thanks for your permission to use the photo of Old Tennent Churchyard. I use the cemetery photo as an icon to group the people on my tree who are buried in a particular place, in case I want to go there and take pictures. When I see that I'm getting a good group together, then that's an incentive to take a cemetery trip, especially if there are no photos available (or if the Find a Grave photographer refuses permission to use photos, as fortunately happens rarely, but does occasionally.) Please visit my tree (Lougy) and look up John T Duncan (1812-1887), and you'll see your cemetery photo. Click on it for the description, and you'll see what I mean. Only the first 25 people attached to a photo show up on the list, but by putting all the names into the photo description, I have them readily at hand and can cut and paste them into a Word table to use as I tour a cemetery. When there are only a few people in a cemetery, it's not an issue, but with a large group, such as at Brainerd Cemetery and, to a lesser extent, Old Tennent, having tags in the description is very helpful. I've noticed that some people use other symbols, such as a state flag, to group their people, but that's not quite specific enough for organizing photo outings. Thanks again and sorry for being so long-winded. Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Nov 15, 2013 3:42 PM
Gwen and Bob
Photo permission
Would you mind if I used your photo of Old Tennent Churchyard on my family tree? Thanks very much, Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Nov 13, 2013 3:13 PM
Joshua McCown
RE: added wife of George W Benton
Wow, that's interesting. I've heard of perpetual care, but never actually written on the headstone. Does the person you talked to know what the "Squire of Freehold" thing is refering to? Thanks again.
Added by Joshua McCown on May 01, 2013 10:24 AM
Joshua McCown
Thanks so much for the pictures of George and Susanna's stones! Much appreciated.
Added by Joshua McCown on Apr 08, 2013 7:04 AM
RE: grave Alice bradford Brooks
Sure Susan - please send along and I will add it - thanks!
Added by BKGenie on Apr 03, 2013 10:49 AM

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