|Connie Cunningham (#46918428)|
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Before her death in April 2010, my Mom and I spent the past 30+ years searching for our families roots. We enjoyed each and every day we were able to work on our research and especially enjoyed the use of FAG to further our research and to meet other "genealogy nuts" like ourselves. |
If I add a family member of yours to FAG with a photo, please let me know and I will gladly transfer the memorial to you so that you can add family information that will help others as others have helped us.
Please remember these Find A Grave Guidelines:
Per Find-A-Grave guidelines: Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo.
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You posted a pic for E. L. Find A Grave Memorial# 31246951, would you mind posting that same pic to her infant son Find A Grave Memorial# 153763499 as they share a marker. It was originally done as her and her son as one memorial instead of the two separate memorials. I have written to request the first memorial just say EL CAldwell. Thanks so much for all you do!
Added by Lanie on Oct 15, 2015 1:23 PM
Hello: I;ve been out to Rocky River Church graveyards today in Harrisburg, NC and have been unable to find the Spears Cemetery. I see you have photos of it. Info I had said it was on Pioneer Mill Rd a couple of miles from the church. I rode up and down the road 4 times and never found it and I asked someone in the neighborhood who did not know about it. Can you give me directions to the cemetery? I have ancestors there. Thanks.
Added by HudGen on Jul 28, 2015 1:01 PM
|Donna Sims Conner||Photo of St. John's Lutheran Church|
I saw your photos of St. John's Lutheran Church in Cabarrus Co. NC on the Find A Grave website. I am the Cabarrus County Genealogy Trails volunteer host. Genealogy Trails is a website dedicated to keeping genealogy free for everyone. I have a history of St. John's Lutheran Church on my Cabarrus Co. page. I would like to include one of your photos on this page.
The URL for this page is:
Thank you so much for your consideration of this request.
Donna Sims Conner
|jim gillis||Henry Clay Ross|
On the memorial you have his wife's siblings linked as his. Also, this is the way it is on one of the family trees on Ancestry.
I found a Henry G. Ross born Jan 10, 1886 and died Jan 21, 1886 at Adams Cemetery in Jessup, Parke, Indiana. He is not the only Ross there, also George F. Ross is there and his wife Mary Ellen Hawkins Ross. There may be others. I am wondering if this is a son of George F. Ross and Mary Ellen. Do you know?
|Never Forgotten©2011-2015||Anita Green|
Hello, her memorial was created by the Wabash Genealogy Society.
When I later suggested an addition to her memorial, they transferred it to me. The picture was taken and added by a Findagrave contributor named Sandra Hayes, so I cannot add it to your memorial. I have already sent our two memorials to Findagrave to request a merge, in order to save the picture.
Findagrave has been fairly timely about requests, so I am sure they will respond soon.
Im sorry I made a mistake, you only added the photo
Added by Cindy on Nov 11, 2014 8:23 PM
|Cindy||Edna Gladys Wycoff McIntyre|
This is my grandmother and would like to have her memorial transferred to me. Thank you for doing such a great job.
Added by Cindy on Nov 11, 2014 8:16 PM
|rosalie||Memorial # 17908401|
Memorial # 17908401 - Jacob Harkey, Sr.
I request your approval to use the photo of Jacob Harkey, Sr., in my Harkey family genealogy book. Thanks for your help.
Added by rosalie on Oct 21, 2014 5:47 PM
|AngieK||Memorials 17908770 and 17908401|
May I use your photographs of both Jacob Harkey's headstones for personal use?
Added by AngieK on Oct 15, 2014 9:48 PM
|Cindy Allman||Sarah Phillips|
I do not know where Sarah is buried. If & when
I find out I will gladly let you know.
I found thr info in some papers on the Moose History by Carl & George Moose.
Have a great day,
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