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For you picture takers, directly quoted from the Findagrave FAQ's... Please do not add photos to Find A Grave that you have acquired from another source. Photos fall under copyright protection laws, even photographs used in obituaries. In general, if you did not take the photo yourself, you should not post it. The only exceptions to this are photos that are old enough to have fallen into the public domain and photos for which you have received written consent from the copyright holder.
Please use the "Edit" tab to submit corrections, an original biography, and family links to memorials. Be sure to include the memorial ID#s for the family links and how they are related, father, mother or spouse. I will be happy to make corrections, provided the information is accurate. Know that I check all the information myself for accuracy.
#19955253 Sarah Ann Mellor Hi, I am wondering if you will give me permission to use the picture you posted of Sarah for my own records and my online tree. She is my 1st cousin 4x removed. I just love having photos, it really brings a tree to life. I didn't catch how you are related to Sarah but if you are maintaining her memorial I am guessing we are cousins. Nice to meet you, my mom's maiden name is Mellor. Thomas and Ann Mellor, Sarah's grandparents, are my 4th great grandparents. I took the photos of Thomas's and Ann's stones, they are in a very old cemetery with many broken lost stones. We are lucky theirs is in relative good shape. Cheers, Kerin from Wisconsin.
RE: Wasser Family You're welcome, Vonna! I certainly agree with you. I love seeing/visiting the memorials for family members even if they passed on before I was born. It does make me feel connected to the history of my family.
While virtually strolling around my 1st cousin's, 3 x removed, burial site, I noticed that his son Charles Glover Marsh is not included. #134862192
You created a listing for Charles. While another person created a site for Dr. John Henry #90465936. Charles is buried in Cross Creek Cemetery with his mother and father, along with other family members. The 1930 Census will verify this child. This census will also verify that Charles Glover was also a veteran of WWI.
Also, Dr. John Henry Marsh was one of the founders of Marsh-Highsmith Hospital in 1899 in Fayetteville. I have copies of photos and articles from the Fayetteville Observer that I would be happy to share with you.
I would enjoy seeing Charles Glover reconnected with his family. I have also contacted the other site master, Diann B. The messaged posted were from a number of years ago which made me think that Diann may be inactive.
Thank you for your endeavors. Sincerely, Cathrine.
Susan Quine Ely Hi, You put in a request for pictures of Susan Quine Ely's grave here in Portland, OR. I discovered that she is buried next to her husband George and that the same person who made Susan's page made the page for George also. Their pages are not linked together. I sent the person who made George's page an edit to link the two pages together. Susan's Find A Grave #= 156222339
George's Find A Grave #= 156222358
Could you do me a favor and put in a request for pictures of George's grave also? I will then clean up George's gravestone too and get pictures of his stone when I get back up there when the weather gets nice this coming week. Both of their stones are stained and real dirty looking. They will look a hundred percent better when I clean them up a little bit. I would have cleaned them up today but it was just raining too hard today. Thanks, Nathan