|Daniel and Audrey Briggs (#46612268)|
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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.
Dan Briggs 08/24/2012
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|C Allen||RE: Joseph Allen|
The Canandaigua New York address is correct, he died at the VA hospital there, not the VA hospital in Buffalo. I have corrected it.
Added by C Allen on Jan 26, 2015 4:29 PM
|tootz||William P. Blood # 63780891|
I am very distantly related to he and his wife. Any idea who the "Timothy" is on hhis headstone or the dates on either side of his name? I have not found any record of them having a child named timothy. Any help you can give would be appreciated and thanks for all the wonderful work you do on findagrave. I too am disabled and can only rely on the internet for my research.
Added by tootz on Jan 23, 2015 10:23 PM
|KMN||Permission to use photo in 3 trees.|
Love your stave church ... was it a personal photo in Norway? I hope you had the chance to see it in person. Remarkable structure and history behind them.
I am working through finding the US branches of my greater grandparents from Veddige, Halland, Sweden - found your nice photo of the gravestone of family on a different branch of a different tree in my forest ... Albert and Alma Johnson and wanted permission to use your photo in my Ancestry.com, Wikitree, and Mocavo trees with your contribution sourced.
I read your messages ... and hope that 2015 brings only pleasure your way. Please know that I appreciate all that you do, can't believe that anyone would not.
I doubt that I will ever get to the "East" to see Chautauqua or to find and meet my Weborg family, so your volunteering for Findagrave memorials and photos does give that extra bit of interest to my trees. I wish they had volunteers to photo Veddige, Halland parish cemetery. Getting any information for that little village is almost hopeless even though I should have lots of family buried there from the 1800s on.
Keep up the good work.
Added by KMN on Jan 23, 2015 9:47 PM
I just sent edit regarding Mary Barrett d. 1940 and I thought you may want some clarification
Mary Henrietta Pletcher
Eugene LaCross and resided in Tonawanda, New York
after his death, she married the widowed Jesse Barrett in Niagara County, New York on 1 October 1927.
Jesse and his first wife share their headstone
Added by James on Jan 19, 2015 5:48 AM
|Deanne Engel||David H White 16674387|
I would like your permission to add the photo of my grandfather's headstone to my ancestry.com family tree.
Thank you so much for all you do!
|Robin Arvickson||RE: Edwin Leach|
Thank you very much!
|Robin Arvickson||Edwin Leach|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of Co. D, 112th NY Infantry. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Edwin Leach's stone in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Sandra||Axel Hall Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Sandra on Dec 08, 2014 3:13 PM
|John K. Pierson||RE: James M. Walrod|
After reading the FAQ's in find a Grave about adding newspaper obituaries to memorials, it sounds like they are trying to discourage it. I am not going to ask a newspaper for permission to use every single obit they publish. then they want you to remove all reference to living family members. The newspapers I read all have notices at the bottom of the obit that says they may not be redistributed, rewritten, published, etc.
|Barbara Worthington Teter||Volunteer Work|
I just wanted to say thank you for all the work you have done on Find A Grave. I know you have really put a lot of time into all this. I was very excited to find several of the people I've been researching that have recently been added, in particular gravestones in Blockville Union Burial Grounds. You are appreciated!!
Barbara Worthington Teter
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