|Glen Peters (#46824650)|
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|Treasure Hunter||Your photos|
I was wondering if I would be able to use your image/s for my Ancestry site? With proper citation of course. Thank you for your time and for posting the photos to findagrave for me to see.
|AJ||Using your photos|
Hello, I was wondering if I would be able to use an image for my Ancestry site? If so, do you need recognition or anything? Some people are particular about this so I always ask ahead! Thanks
Added by AJ on Sep 28, 2011 9:03 PM
|Roger H. Vartabedian||Alice I Disney|
I am doing some research in the Woodbine Cemetery and see that your entry for a memorial for Alice Disney is a duplicate.
|fordvickie||Mary (Gish) Feyler|
Hello, would you add a family link of Mary's parent's, John Preston Gish memorial # 44226978 and Mary E Gish # 44227013.
Mary Feyler is interred right along side of them, to the south of John.
Thank you fordvickie
|Frank Russo||Ron Herbel|
I would like to use your photo of Ron Herbel's Grave for my website, thedeadballera.com.
Please Let Me know
|Deana Samuel-Scott||Family members|
Im writing because I see you have listed a few of my ancestors on this site. They are in the Woodbine Cemetery in Washington. I noticed that for George Marshall, you have a picture of Geo. W. Edgerton's headstone listed. I am curious if you have the correct picture for George Marshall?
I would like to send you an update of his information and the others, if you dont mind. I have done extensive research on my family on ancestry and strive to connect them with this site as much as possible.
Thank you so much,
Deana in California :)
|darlene sneed||Season's Greeting's|
I want to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and to thank you for getting the headstone pictures of my great- grandparents( William & Hattie Sitser)and adding them to FindAGrave.
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