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|Indiana Cemeteries are relatives from various family trees. Will consider transferring any that are not in our direct lines.|
Maple Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Van Buren, Michigan,in the process of photographing this cemetery. When Maple Hill was founded in 1894, many families had their loved ones moved here from Pioneer Cemetery, but often left the headstones behind which has caused some confusion about where burials actually are. I will transfer all but some Miller's, Stanley's and Turner's, from this cemetery.
Watervliet Cemetery, Watervliet, Berrien, Michigan, also a work in progress; will transfer all but some Wigent's.
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|Laura Aanenson||Find A Grave Memorial# 81441876|
The memorial above is for my great-grandfather William Penrod Clarke.
I took a 600 mile road trip this summer to visit his final resting place. While I was there I took a photo which I have added to his memorial.
The cemetery gods were not kind on the day you added your picture; your reflection is clearly visible on the headstone. I wonder if you would be so kind as to remove the photo you added.
I feel weird asking [sorry!], and I hope you'll understand...
Please note, I am not dlmk. Just saw the messages below asking about photo usage and thought I would pass along this FYI about photo usage:
If you cannot obtain the copyright holder's permission to re-use their photograph, do not republish it (which includes posting on other sites) because copyright lasts for the lifetime of the creator plus 70 years. This is backed up by Ancestry's Content Submission Agreement which prohibits users from posting content "which is protected by copyright or trademark or that does not belong to you and that you do not have authorization for use from the owner of the copyright or trademark". Nearly all websites contain the same prohibition, even Find A Grave.
However, in Ancestry's "Classic View", you can create a Web Link to the memorial. That may not be what you want, but it's both common courtesy and the law. :)
|Sandy Vandertol||Pages created by dlmk|
Please note that this contributor is inactive. I administer the pages and will respond if you use the edit tabs on each page.
|Patti Fowler||photo usage|
I am asking for permission to use photo of the Sibson markers on my ancestry.com tree. Photo credit would be given.
Here is a link to Elizabeth (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54284229). I would like to use the photos from all the Sibsons.
Thank you for taking the photos in the first place and for your consideration of usage.
|Jan Eagan||Tombstone photo|
Thank you for all your hard work in documenting Maple Hill Cemetery. Would you please allow me to use the photo you have for Kathryn Smith Hawley. I would like to use this on my Ancestry file. Thank you so much!
|N J Martin||FRANCIS STANLEY|
Lillie May (Michael) Stanley is bur in Gravel Lawn Cem, St Rd 13 & Co Rd 1025 S Madison Co IN, this cem is not in Fortville (Hancock Co IN) nor is it in Pendleton nor Ingalls. It is not in any town or city. Lillie May div. Francis Stanley and rem to William H. Baker I do not know if they div or what. Can't find anything on him. Lillie is living in Ingalls, Madison CO IN in 1940 as Lillie Stanley and it says she is a widow. I know she div Francis Stanley so I am not sure if her 2nd husb Wm Baker died and she then took back the Stanley name bec of her children and she is widow from Wm. Baker or she just calls herself a widow bec Francis Stanley died in 1930 even though they were div. she may have just considered herself a widow from him if she did div her 2nd husb. I never thought to ask my grandpa, as I wasn't alive when Lillie and them died. My grandpa (step but only one I ever knew and only dad my mom knew) was the son of Francis & Lillie May (Michael) Stanley.
|Sherlyn Richeson||David B. Moore|
You left info on a David B. Moore, father Elias Adgate Moore. My ggrandfather Andrew J. Moore was the twin brother to this David. Do you have more info on him? The last I have is when he was living with a Fitzpatrick, probably as an apprentice cooper. How are you sure he is the son of Elias? I'd be interested in getting more info and sharing the info I have. thanks, Sherry Moore Richeson
|babs||Lucy Ann "Toots" Carpenter Garrett|
I am respectfully asking if you would be willing to allow me to use your picture of her and her husband, Johns stone picture that you took Jun 4, 2010 at the Maple Hill Cemetery in Hartford, MI in my family tree.
Thank you for your consederation
Added by babs on Jun 26, 2014 1:21 PM
|Barbara Maitland||Mary Elizabeth Ray & family|
I am asking permission to use the photo of tombstones to my husband's family tree. If you do not wish to give me permission, that is fine.
I'm just checking in to see if you are still active. Edits I send seem to be going into the cyber dumpster in the sky. :) Still hanging in there?
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