|Time Traveler (#47770418)|
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Please send me any corrections or additions, and they will be added promptly.|
Any photos of graves that I have taken may be used by anybody as they see fit. As I see it, that is the purpose of this website.
Rudeness will not be responded to. Please be civil in your tone and words.
Please use the "EDIT" tab on the memorial page to offer corrections on memorials, as this makes it easier for me to locate the correct one. This includes now the new feature that allows you to make the family connections yourself, instead of having to send a message to me.
Please check the "EDITS" tab on your Find-A-Grave profile page to see if you have corrections to approve or disapprove.
If you would like a memorial transferred to you, please ask. I will happily transfer any memorial to a relative who falls within the FAG guidelines, unless the memorial is of a relative of mine.
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|Russ C||Thank you for photo for Hiram Thornton Gilbert|
I appreciate that addition to the memorial!
Added by Russ C on Oct 22, 2014 8:24 PM
|The Secret Garden||photos|
Thank you Time Traveler for the very nice photos of the Quigg memorials. Your work is appreciated.
|Sharon Fulton||Samuel Pike|
Thank you so much for providing the headstone photos for Samuel Pike and his family! This is just so great! To be honest, I figured these requests would languish forever unfilled given the huge volume of requests for that cemetery. So I am thrilled to see not only the two I requested (Samuel and Mary Ann) but also the two additional ones for their daughters.
Your effort and contribution is very much appreciated! :)
Dear TT, I'd just like to thank you for taking the time out of your day to go to the Oak Woods Cemetery and photographing Eliza Screven's grave. I truly appreciate it.
|Laura Aanenson||RE: Memorial # 47419442|
Thank you so much for understanding.
Tomorrow is the 104th anniversary of Jacob's burial. I've mentioned you in the blog post I'm preparing. :o)
|Laura Aanenson||Memorial # 47419442|
Thank you very much for taking photos of my 2nd great grandparents' headstones.
Last week my husband and I drove nearly 400 miles to visit Oak Woods. We had the opportunity to see Jacob and Elise's final resting place; we cleaned their headstones and added flowers. I took photos which I just added to their memorials.
I have never asked this of another contributor, so please forgive me, but I'm asking if you would please remove your photos. You may think it's silly, but the litter and weeds around their headstones troubles me. These are my ancestors and I want their final resting place (real or virtual) to be as beautiful as I can make it.
I hope you will understand and honor my request.
Thanks for the photo and the added information and the parent linking. How is Oak Woods to walk through?
Added by Rich on Oct 17, 2014 6:24 AM
|M Murphy||RE: Ellen Gillis Hardy #101539336|
Thank you so much! I will contact the other managers.
Added by M Murphy on Oct 15, 2014 9:09 PM
|M Murphy||Ellen Gillis Hardy #101539336|
Hi, Ellen Hardy is my GG-Grandmother. I'm so glad that you created a memorial for her on Find A Grave. Thank you!
Is it possible for you to create a memorial for her husband, Thomas Hardy, and link it to Ellen and her children?
Ellen's husband, Thomas Hardy, is buried in St. Mary's Anglican Cemetery in Napier, Middlesex County, Ontario Canada. He died on December 15, 1893. His grave is on The Canada, GenWeb Cemetery Index at http://cemetery.canadagenweb.org but they do not allow links directly to photos.
Added by M Murphy on Oct 15, 2014 8:40 PM
|Curtis Jackson||Addie Wyatt photo|
Thanks for adding the grave photo to Rev. Wyatt's memorial.
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