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August 2014: School work has gotten me flustered so I may be slow to respond at times. |
I get a kick out of posting photos knowing(or hoping) that one day someone searching on the internet might run across a photo of a marker that I have taken and smile. I create memorials from time to time for somewhat the same reason, usually going by the information in the photograph.
While I used to be a photo volunteer, that has pretty much come to a halt for now. I do however, search weekly for requests that are already in my files and haven't been posted yet and occasionally make a trip to a cemetery if I am feeling up to it or have to go by there for one reason or another.
IF I POST A PHOTO OF A MARKER ON FINDAGRAVE, THEN AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED; I GRANT PERMISSION FOR ANYONE TO USE THE IMAGE(S)FOR A NON-FINANCIAL PURPOSE OR GAIN. If you want a higher resolution for prints or even a coffee mug(I've seen it done), just leave a message with an email addy and I'll send a higher res. photo.
I also do not have a problem with taking down a memorial that I have made for someone, if asked. Death is a tricky subject for a lot of people and differing opinions on what is appropriate is always a factor when creating an online memorial.
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Thank you very much for taking the photo of Robert Hawes at the Highland Cemetery.
|Monique Bamford||RE: Gerald Rossignol|
Oh my goodness, It has taken me six years to see this! Hope I'm not too late to reply back that I am Gerald Rossignol's oldest granddaughter. Very glad that you have a milk bottle from the farm - I have one as well and it is a treasured possession.
|Deborah Nowers||Isaac B. Seekens|
Elizabeth (West) Bowen was Isaac's second wife, married 1873. His first wife was Eliza A. Jackson, m. 1851. (Swanville VRs) The photographs are great. Thank you.
|Kathleen Smith||Era Ide|
It states that he was a Rev War veteran. Can you please tell me how you came to determine that? He is not listed in the DAR or SAR records.
I have been trying to prove that he was a Rev war veteran for almost 10 years and have been unsuccessful. If you would share your information, I would greatly appreciate it!!
I live in Pennsylvania near Idetown.
|kristinstree||Hunt Family Stones|
Thank you for the photos of Archelaus S Hunt's stone and his family stones.
|Guy Sanderson||Samuel Chase|
Samuel was born 10 Apr 1813 in Monroe, Maine. He was the son of Noah and Rachel Chase. He married his cousin, Nancy Chase, in Feb 1838. She was born 16 Feb 1816 in Monroe, Maine, the daughter of Thomas and Cosiah Chase. Samuel and Nancy had 4 children. Samuel died 14 Mar 1898 in Monroe.
|tina watkins||ralph gordon crimmins|
I was so thrilled to find this grave stone photo taken by you. My grandfather was the chauffeur to the Crimmins family when they lived in Cobh, Co Cork, Ireland. I have recently discovered a collection of their family photos which I should love to send to their relatives. If anyone can help me please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you
I do not know if you can help but someone is looking for the Sabin family in this area. The list I have are not complete. Do you know of any cemetery's near Sheepscot Lake? She said Thomas Saban had a stone quarry near the head of Sheepscot Lake. Was wondering if any cemetery's may be near there.
|Diane's Spare Time||THANKS!|
I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for all you do! I've found many photos of headstones I've searched for that have been photographed by you!
I took a trip to Maine (from Wisconsin) last fall but 2 days was not enough to photograph all I wanted to do.
This morning I've found Horace Knowlton and family at Webster-Knowlton Cemetery in Swanville.
|Tolford Young||RE: Harding Cemetery|
Right. Thank you. I did, but I'm sure it will be a while before any change is made.
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