I've no problem with the use of my photographs for your own purpose's but please be kind and ask first. My wife and I put in a lot of hours for "our projects" and each and every one is important to us. As for transfers please see Find-a-Grave rules for all transfer requests. I am very willing to add information that you have on individuals. My final "request" is a statement, I am in a wheelchair while taking these photographs, any constructive criticism is appreciated, however; any statements that are not will be handled appropriately.
Antonino Milici Thank you for responding, I cannot read the stone very well, if you have the original photo can you tell if there is any other information?? If not could you tell me the address of the Cemetery to write to ?? maybe they have a record. I cannot find a death record. thanks. jeri
Thank You Dear Audrey & Daniel, Thank you for creating all these family memorials and the wonderful pictures and transferring them to me. You have added so much, not just for me, but for so many people.
As I live in Canada and no longer travel, were it not for you and other contributors to Find A Grave, I would not have these pictures for my family history.
Wishing you both many more years to be able to pursue “your projects”.
John Lawson Almquist Hello Daniel and Audrey, On the Almquist stone, in Lake View Cemetery, I am wondering if John Lawson Almquist (48626633) shouldn’t be Charles Lawson. I think that possibly Jennie E. (48626677) was John August (48626596) and Johanna (48626614) Almquist’s daughter married to Charles Lawson.
Which would give: John August (Almquist) 1843-1912 48626596 Johanna (Almquist) His wife 1841-1917 48626614 Charles Lawson 1870-1911 48626633 Jennie E. (née Almquist Lawson) His wife 1876-1967 48626677