|Barbara Poole (#47022245)|
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A genealogy buff for over 23 years. Most of the photos are of my direct lines, so I would be happy to share any research material.|
You are welcomed to copy any of my photos. However, it would be nice if you gave me credit, esp. if it is for publication.
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|Debra Stanley||RE: Martha Adams|
I transferred this memorial to you. I agree that the photo of the monument saying "Countryman Adams" does not belong on this memorial. I checked the grounds themselves and it is not anywhere on the lot.
Please contact Robin who added the photo to get it deleted from this memorial.
Oak Hill Cemetery
|Jodie Jenks||Elizabeth (Ingalls) Dane|
I'd like your picture of the cemetery which you took of the North Parish Burying Ground, North, Andover, Essex Co., MA, USA.
Would it be possible for me to use it as the thumbnail photo for my so many greats grandmother's? (I can't keep track of the greats so I usually call my great grandparents this way. I call Elizabeth Ingalls Dane when I speak of her as "Great Grandma Elizabeth.") Sometimes I leave off the great. Your picture has an unusual perspective which tweaks my creative self. I keep wanting to see more of the cemetery.
Back to the topic...
I will give you full credit in the information of section of the photographs on Ancestry.
What I usually do is to add it to the page, and if you don't want me to do it, I will take it down when I see your message to do so.
Elizabeth was married to Rev. Francis Dane. About 31 members of his family were accused, tried, found innocent or guilty. If guilty they were hung. Of course, I am describing the Salem Witch Trials. I'm trying to add all of the 31 to my Ancestry.com site. I use Find A Grave to help find their place in my genealogy order of things.
Thanks for reading this.
|Rick Darby||Darby/Derby Marblehead|
Your grandpa Roger Derby was the brother to my grandfather, John Darby (the pirate)from Marblehead,MA.
Very nice to meet a distant cousin.
|Peter Morgan||Jonathan Poole|
I am just starting to research the Poole branch of my family tree which starts with Mary Poole as my 7th great grandmother & Jonathan Poole as my 8th great grandfather. With your permission, I will copy the photo you took of his marker and put it in my ancestry.com family tree with credit given to you in the caption.
I have many questions about the Poole branch and will take you up on your willingness to share information. Under separate cover (email from firstname.lastname@example.org) I will send you my initial questions.
Thank you for taking the photo, giving permission to use the photo and for offering to share information about the Poole family.
Hi Barbara I found Minnie's hubby and added your memorial link as the spouse as yours was created first, Minnie had two in the same cemetery.
The creator of the other memorial has already transferred it to someone else so its a bit of a mess. ~Maggie
Added by Maggie O on Sep 21, 2013 8:24 AM
|Peter Mc||RE: Obituary of Lucretia J. Kilbourne|
Barbara. Feel free to use the obituary as you see fit.
Added by Peter Mc on Aug 05, 2013 1:46 PM
|Jo C||FAG Memorial 36845421|
Barbara ~ What a cool blog you have. Looks like you put a tremendous amount of time into it. Many thanks for all the data found there.
My husband is a Wilder. His cousin did the DNA research to discover that Thomas and Edward Wilder were not brothers. My husband's dna helped in this research. ~ Jo
Added by Jo C on Jun 13, 2013 8:41 PM
|Jo C||FAG Memorial 36845421|
Hello ~ How kind of you to post a headstone photo for Sarah Farnum Ingalls.
I simply cannot read the marker at all. Do you have any record of what it says on the headstone?
Many thanks ~ Jo C
Added by Jo C on Jun 13, 2013 4:53 PM
|Alyssa||RE: 108648824 Capt Daniel Hubbard|
Barbara, I've just added another photo at the bottom that's a map of the cemetery. The red "X" is a little hard to see but it's at the far right (north) edge of the cemetery. When you go to the cemetery, you'll know you're in the right place because there will be what looks like an almost empty section of the cemetery right across from it (it's the pauper's graves -no stones) and there are many stones lined up very close together. Daniel and his wife are in the front row towards the middle. Hope this helps!
Added by Alyssa on Jun 07, 2013 7:54 AM
|Kevin O||RE: Samuel Pratt|
...and I replied...sure you can copy it...is there something you want me to do in order for you to copy it ??
Added by Kevin O on Apr 01, 2013 6:13 PM
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