Sorry to say but because of a very few people I am no longer as active as I once was. All my names are up for transfer except those I am related to. Thank you to the rest of the people for being so friendly!
I give permission to anyone to use, for any non-profit purpose, any gravestone photograph I post.
Neil Howard Awesome thank you so much! I am glad to see that someone is taking care of it! :) I have a picture I will add and I had an obituary but seem to have set it aside somewhere in my papers and need to dig it out. When I do that I will send it through the Suggest a Correction, if that works?
Gravestone Photo Permission I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of Clara Alford Boss in Provo City Cemetery (Memorial# 63445912).
I would like to add this gravestone photo to the non-profit Alford American Family Association's collection of Utah Obituaries, where her obituary will be included. You can see the current collection at http://www.alfordassociation.org/OBITS/UTOBIT.htm.
May I have your permission to include your gravestone photos? If so, the photo caption will say:
Photo from [cemetery name, city, county, state]—www.findagrave.com Permission granted by the photographer, Jess Brown
And thanks so much for your gravestone photo work!
Best regards, Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155) Obituaries Project Manager, Alford American Family Association
Kathryn Middleton & William Harvey Pace headstoneand Unless you have an objection, I would like to add you photo of the Pace headstone in Cedar City Cemetery to their household record on our website located at http://www.hancockonline.net. They are found in the OLSON Family. The photo caption credit would read "Courtesy of Find A Grave member Jess Brown, 2009."
Private messages Jess--I can't figure out how to contact you privately (although you obviously know how to contact me). Can you give me (privately) your e-mail address so that I can follow up on things? Thanks.
RE: Nathaniel Marble (born 1764) Hi Jess, I have been researching the family of Earl Marble for many years. The Nathaniel Marble who was born in 1764 in Conway MA (Nathaniel II) was his great-great-grandfather. The line of descent was Nathaniel II (1764-?) > Abraham (1797-1880) > Alvin (1842-1905) > Everett (1902-1964) > Earl. I have been unable to find when and where Nathaniel II died, and I've seen that incorrect information about Conway and 1796 before, so I'm glad you'll be able to correct it on findagrave. How are you descended from Nathaniel?
Nathaniel Marble (born 1764) The Nathaniel Marble who was born 1764 (father of Nathaniel III who is buried in Nauvoo) did not die in 1796. It is documented that he served in the War of 1812, so he lived at least until that time. His date and place of death are unknown. Place of death is almost certainly not Conway, Massachusetts, as stated here.