|Carl Weaver (#47207737)|
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I am a retired Army Officer, Civil War enthusiast, and amateur genealogist with an excellent camera. I am also an old geezer who needs the exercise I get walking the 100+ cemeteries of Rockbridge County, Virginia (most of them are hilly). |
For those of you relying on me responding quickly to photo requests, the situation has changed. Due to my age and decreased mobility, there are a few cemeteries I can no longer negotiate. But I will in most instances give it a try if the route from my car to the marker is fairly even and cleared ground.
If anyone is not satisfied with any photo of a grave marker that I have taken, please let me know via email and I will be glad to either remove it or retake the image. Likewise, if I create a memorial that is offensive or incorrect in any way, let me know and I will either correct the information or remove the memorial.
I try hard to take a photograph where the information on the marker is readable in the image. I DO NOT CLEAN STONES, but upon request, I will return when there is a different light situation to see if I can capture a better image. Also, I do not post images to a memorial that already has a photo unless there is a request for a better photo. But I may at times add a photo to a memorial that has no image even without a request.
Family members have my permission to privately use my photos of the grave markers of your ancestors for genealogical purposes on sites such as Ancestry.com or Rootsweb.com, but DO NOT COPY elsewhere on Find A Grave, Billion Graves, other sites listing graves, the internet or for commercial use. My photos all have a copyright embedded in the image metadata. Please email me if you use one of my photos so I know they are being appreciated elsewhere.
I will be glad to transfer any memorial I have created if it is for one of your ancestors within 4 generations and not in my direct line. Once I transfer a memorial, you may alter it, but it shall NOT be deleted.
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|Barbara Goggin Brann||Allen|
You're welcome. It is too bad that they didn't have individual stones in the family plot though.
|Ann White||Isabella Sellars|
Thank you for the great picture.
|esc||Howard Powell memorial|
Thank you so much for making the trip to the cemetery to photograph this memorial for me. With your permission, i would love to use it in my family tree. I would give you credit. Thanks again so much.
Added by esc on Jun 03, 2016 5:14 PM
thank you for the photo
|Becky Moots||Rebecca Louise Withrow|
Thank you, Carl for such a quick response on the photograph of her head stone. She is my namesake and had died from a black widow bite. She was my grandmother's sister. Thank you again!
|Susan Sparks Leasure||Grace Shanks Glasgow|
Thanks Carl for finding the grave of my ancestor. Susan Sparks Leasure
|john komar||Mary Allen (1783-1837)|
The armstrongs are in our family's direct line. And I have been doing research into the family and other lines (Lytle, Gray, Baker etc. who lived in Northern Washington County for 40 years. If you have info stating that Mary Allen is not Mary Qua Allen I would like to have it so we (Tom Dunne and myself) can correct it and correct Ancestry and Heritage.com. Thank you for your help in this matter.
|Ginger||George and Mary Parsons|
Thanks so much for the photos for the above from the cemetery at Natural Bridge.
Added by Ginger on Apr 16, 2016 1:49 PM
Thanks for the photo of Margaret's old marker. Most appreciated! Hope spring has sprung there.
Added by LSP on Apr 03, 2016 8:05 AM
It was time to visit again with 1st Lt. Norman Nelson "Buzz" Burwick. I know your passion is photographing headstones, but some years ago, as a special favor to me, you took a personal interest in Lt. Burwick's story. I am aware you spent a great deal of time researching the military facts leading up to the tragic incident that took his life and the lives of his crew. Because of the exquisite detail and historical accuracy, this WWII B-52 pilot has the finest, most complete biography possible. I am ever grateful. -- AllisonMac
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