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A tintype of my great great grandmother: Frances Roadamour Porter.|
I transfer in accordance with the rules of Find-a-Grave. Politeness will earn you more than petulance.
I have thirty days to fulfill potential corrections/additions, please do not email me 24 hours later asking why I have not done it yet. Also saying thank you or please is the polite thing to do, most do not like people who demand things, we were raised better than that.
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|Katharine Irvin||Patrick Houstoun|
Thank you for posting photos of my ancestor's grave!
|deanna french||Harrison T.Wheelock # 120955036 Civil War Veteran|
May I use the photo's that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial for Harrison Wheelock, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration. Deana French
|Edward R Southgate||My Grandmother|
Thank you Kimberly for the memorial page to my Mama Dorothy Lee Stafford.
Edward R. Southgate
|Geo Clinton||Planalp Family|
Thanks for transferring the rest of the family to me. I think i have most of them found! Thanks for getting the pictures of the grave stones. I wish that brown growth was not on Freds stone. Makes it so hard to read!! geo
|Geo Clinton||RE: Planalp Family|
Because i have all the linking and obituaries done for my Planalp memorials, it would be easier if you could post your pictures to my memorials. I have moved the memorials to the correct cemetery! Thanks so much for getting these pictures and finding the correct cemetery! Geo
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Glen Milton Reed|
|Bryan Anderson||Glen Milton Reed|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to documentation and largely confirmed by his gravestone, he was in the same unit as my grandfather.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my research, but I want to eventually publish something. It may be a book, an article, or something else. Should I publish something, may I have permission to use your photograph of Glen Milton Reed? I'm not even sure I use the photograph, but I want to be prepared.
With warm regards,
|Grandma Ham||Henry B Weaver|
Hi there, I had emailed you a few years back about a Henry B Weaver that you had taken a picture of because it was such a different type of grave. At that point I wasn't sure if it was my Great great grandfather or not. Actually I'm still not positive but I did find he passed in North Dakota and that the year was 1897. But I have tried several ways to get in touch with The Crary cemetery and haven't been able to yet. Do you know of any ways to contact them? I'm grasping at straws now. Thank you, Lydia
|Benjamin L Manifold||John Manifold|
Thank you so much for the speedy updates for John Manifold. All the very best to you and yours.
|Bryan Anderson||Glen M. Reed|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. It just so happens that Glen M. Reed was a part of this same unit.
I see from the records that Sgt. Reed received the Distinguished Service Cross as part of his efforts in WWI.
Here is what the citation says. Perhaps you can post it.
SGT. REED VOLUNTARILY LEFT SHELTER AND PASSED THROUGH A HEAVY BARRAGE TO ASSIST A WOUNDED COMRADE WHO WAS UNABLE TO REACH SHELTER BY HIMSELF. AS A RESULT OF HIS HEROIC ACTION, HE WAS KILLED. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 129, W.D.1918. Killed near Beney, France
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I want to eventually publish something. Would it be permissible to use your photo of Sgt. Reed's grave? I would be grateful. The resolution of the photo is pretty low. Is it possible to get a photograph with higher resolution?
Thank you very much!
With warm regards,
Glen M. Reed
Find A Grave Memorial# 11610430
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