I am currently compiling in hard copy the Cheadle family history of which the above is a descendant of the progenitor, George Cheadle. My mother-in-law was a Cheadle. I am NOT requesting transfer of any memorials. I consider it a common courtesy to respectfully request permission to download gravestone photos which pertain to our line as well as information from obituaries, etc., regardless of copyrights. I normally give credit as "Courtesy, milkyway (unless you provide and permit use of your proper name), contributor, Find A Grave Memorial # ? ? ?". For those who do not wish credit, I use "Courtesy, Find A Grave contributor who wishes to remain anonymous" which lets people know I am not plagiarizing other peoples' research without their knowledge. I would prefer to have a written response but if I do not hear from you by June 25, I will presume I have your permission and will use the credit as above.
My treatise is in no way a profit making project and will not (by my request) be posted on the internet nor will living individuals be included to the best of my ability.
You have no idea how much we who are of an age (I'm 85) or distance and cannot traipse through cemeteries as we once did appreciate the effort and passion of you who contribute to Find A Grave. Many thanks from an old lady. In many cases (such as this one) I don't even have an idea where the person is buried!
Jeannine G. Verhoeks Sun City West, AZ firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Emoline Axtell Newcomb #22966894 Thank you for your offer. I'm not related to her but would love to have a photo to post on her memorial if you don't mind. I have tried to find as many photos of the people that are buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Pepin. My Hicks/Tuttle/Twells families came to Pepin about 1849 and I try to keep the history of the people alive.