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I am the County Coordinator for the NCGenWeb Genealogy pages for Brunswick, Columbus, and New Hanover Counties. Cemeteries have always been of interest to me. I enjoy visiting, photographing, and documenting graves as a way to preserve their history.|
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|Peggy Fletcher Anderson||Charles Todd Anderson Grave|
How did you come about taking a picture of Todd's grave marker? I am Todd's mother and was quite surprised to see it.
Peggy Fletcher Anderson
Hi Natasha. I contacted you a few years ago when I found out that we were related (I believe our great grandfathers were brothers.) I'm sorry but I haven't been on this website in quite a while. But I was hoping you still had some info on the Wallace family tree. I would appreciate anything you could send. My email address is email@example.com
Thanks again. Hope to hear from you soon. Take care.
Added by Tina on Dec 18, 2013 11:00 AM
|Sandy Wynn||RE: Permission To Use Photos|
Thanks, Natasha, for giving me permission to use the photos.
|Sandy Wynn||Permission To Use Photos|
I respectfully request your permission to post your photos from the memorials listed below to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you credit for the photos. All three memorials are from Shepherd Memorial Park, Hendersonville, Henderson County, NC.
#101107764 Edward Lee Biddy
#101107804 John Jonas Biddy
#101107830 Carrie James Biddy
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photos|
Natasha, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photos of the grave sites of my relatives in my Family Tree files. I use them as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|Bill Hilton||RE: Photo requests.|
For a while I was creating hundreds of memorials at a time in a couple of cemeteries. I had a few friends and relatives who were kind enough to double check my postings. When they saw that I omitted a date or made a typo they used the edit button to notify me rather than taking the time to call me or write me. They also used the request a photo to let me know if I forgot the photo, which seems to happen a lot when I use my iPad. This just seemed like a very efficient way of doing it. I never considered the fact that photo volunteers were receiving unnecessary requests. I understand now why this would be bothersome and I apologize to you and any other volunteer that was inconvenienced. I have finished the two cemeteries where I needed to establish so many memorials and will now be concentrating on posting pictures. I believe we have the same goal here and I do apologize for the misunderstanding.
|Bill Hilton||Photo requests.|
Yesterday I fulfilled a photo request for Mary Harris int the West Chapel Cemetery. While there I took about a hundred photos of graves. When I posted the requested photo I saw that the memorial was created by you. I have all together about 700 pictures to post but after seeing that you accused me of trying to build up my numbers I am reluctant to post them. You claim to be watching me and I don't want to cause you any more grief. My friend John who you claim was my alter ego is especially upset and is ready to quit Find a Grave already. I am not doing this for the numbers and wish they didn't even keep score. Sorry to post this publicly but you hide your email.
|mjmclain||Barbara Patton at Riverside Cemetery|
I believe that Barbary Patton should be Barbara Irb Patton. My gggg-grandmother, Barbara Irb Patton, came from Tamlacht Parish in northern Ireland in 1790. Her son, James Patton, arranged for her and her sons and daughters to travel to Philadelphia, then to Buncombe County. If you go to the web site for Riverside Cemetery at http://cityofasheville.github.io/riversidecemetery/Main/index.html you will see that they have her name as Barbara. From your photo, I think I see Barbara I. Patton.
It also appears that Barbara is buried next to her son, James Patton (Find A Grave#38307930). Please mark Barbara as James' mother. His father died in Tamlacht Parish before James came to North America.
Thank you for doing what you do. Discovering Barbara's grave is very exciting for me. I have just moved to the Asheville area so now I can visit her in person,
Added by mjmclain on Aug 11, 2013 4:03 AM
|Dorothy Eckert||Sadie Lowd Frazier|
Natasha, I recently found your name under a photo included in Sadie Lowd Frazier's memorial. I don't know if it is the result of my request for a photo of her grave, which turned out to be unmarked, or a random photo of the cemetery. Either way, I want to thank you as it gave me a connection to a grand aunt who died before I was born.
Sincerely, Dorothy Lowd Eckert
|Ann||Christley Buckner, Chambers Cemetery, Weaverville, NC|
Is this Christley "Buckner" the same person as Christley "Holcombe" who is listed in the U.S. Census in the home of Millie Buckner Holcombe - 2nd wife of Obadiah Holcombe? The name Christley is so unusual and there has been speculation for years about who Christley Holcombe was.
Added by Ann on Jun 11, 2013 10:40 AM
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