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In Jan. 2011, I found time to start posting my photos to Find-A-Grave. In the process I've found some of my photos were previously posted to Find-A-Grave without my permission and without giving me credit for the photo. I suggest that everyone read the guidelines on Find-A-Grave regarding use of and posting photos to Find-A-Grave. If you need a copy of any of my photos for your personal use, you have my permission. If I've posted a photo that you would like for me to delete, let me know. I will be glad to transfer any memorial page, unless, of course, it happens to be my direct ancestor. If you find errors or would like for me to add any information to a page I've created, please let me know. A few of the names I am researching are Cox, Otts, Deason, Elam, Sexton, Loftis, Redd, Reach, Parker, and Horton.Good luck with your research.Jacque|
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|Mrs. Bee||RE: Cemeteries you have photographed|
First, thank you for allowing me to use the photos.
The specific cemetery -- for right now -- is Memory Hills Garden in Tuscaloosa. The person is Velma (nee Lee) Griffin and her husband and children (if they are buried there).
Second, my primary research lines are Dean (from which Velma descends), Carpenter, Hudson, Hampton, Patterson, Short, Burney, Culpepper, and all lines associated with them.
I live in the Anniston, Calhoun Co., Alabama, area. If I can ever be of help to you, please let me know.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jul 02, 2015 4:39 PM
|Mrs. Bee||Cemeteries you have photographed|
I am updating my files at Ancestry.com and have found that you have taken photographs of some of the tombstones of distant relatives. May I have your permission to use these photographs on Ancestry.com? I will gladly cite you as my source. Thank you.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jul 02, 2015 9:22 AM
|Kimberly Morris||RE: Nancy Lewis 64955326|
Thanks, Jacque. I am looking up my info now and will get it corrected.
|Skip Blumenthal||Edna Montgomer Ramsey Headstone|
Thank you very much for the photo. Skip
|Skip Blumenthal||Robert Ramsey Headstone|
Jacque, thank you very much for the photo. It really helps my family tree come to life. Skip
|Anthony Whittley||Headstone Photo - Sipes|
You have a photo of a joint headstone for Clifford Wayne Sipes #83848575 & Lue Dell Sipes #108294219. The photo is attached to Clifford. Would you also attach your photo to Lue Dell or do you mind if I attach it?
|Dianne Jack||FAG # 65333474|
Could you please also transfer this grave to
me. This is my uncle Luke Williams.
Dianne Jack Find A Grave # 48652218
|Dianne Jack||FAG # 65334025|
Could you please transfer this grave to me.
This is my aunt.
Dianne Jack Find A Grave # 48652218
|George Alexander||RE: Melissa Sexton Johnson|
Jacque: Got the Death Date: 27 Feb 1943 from the KY Death Certificate. That's the same document that your findagrave entry cited for the issue related to DOB. If I had to guess, I would bet that the Death Date (Mar 2, 1943) that you show on Find A Grave Memorial# 64689666 is actually a burial date.
I found the document through ancestry.com. If you want a copy of it, I have saved it as a jpg image file and would be happy to send it to you. email me at: email@example.com
According to ancestry.com, her husband, Travis Wesley Johnson) was my 1st cousin, 1x removed. His mother, Rachel Emma Abrams, was my maternal grandfather's (Willie Clyde Abrams) sister.
Best regards and good hunting.
(What I do when not chasing ghosts.)
|Jim Simpson||Henry, Lula, and Anna|
Check out the link to daughter Anna for her parents H.W. and L.B. (start at your memorial for Henry, 65239812). I added many memorials and photos for the Ryan cmemtery and tried to include family links. It is especially nice when I can link an infant to parents located elsewhere.
Thanks for your memorials and photos that made this possible.
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