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I do this to preserve the memory of those gone before us, and to help family members with their genealogical efforts. |
Most of the memorials I contribute are not related to me and I am more than happy to make transfers so that these end up in the hands of their loved ones.
Feel free to use any gravestone photos I have contributed for your personal ancestry use. No credit is necessary. If you re-use one of the personal family photos I have contributed, I would appreciate credit for those.
Please don't hesitate to send me corrections or additions. If you would prefer to contact me via email, please use the edit option on any of my memorials and submit your email address and I will respond to it promptly. I'd rather not display my personal email here.
Most of the information for memorials I've made for Galveston comes from death certificates. Please be aware that there are MANY errors in death/burial records and that information does not always match.
From the Find A Grave FAQs:
May I add a death certificate to a person's memorial page?
Death certificates may be added via the "Add a photo" button on the memorial page. Please select the option for "Other" in the "Type of photo:" to be added, as it is not a Grave, Person or Family photograph.
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|Nancy Meadows||Isaac N Wright|
Thanks very much for his obit!
|Patty Ruggles||RE: Margaret Jane|
Thank you. We always wondered if she was killed in the hurricane, but could not find her on any of those lists. Thank you for your help, we truly appreciate it.
|Patty Ruggles||Margaret Jane "Maggie" Dockerty Hoke|
We really appreciate your posting this information. I'm wondering if there is a headstone for Maggie? If not, how did you determine that she is buried in this cemetery? We have searched for this information for a long time and hope this can be verified.
Thank you for the work that you do!
|Floyd Lanny Martin||margaret davie|
I put the bio on memorial.
|Ruth Smith||Bollinger family at Fairmount|
Still working on burials at Fairmount (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) and ran across some very interesting names. Have you ever done any work on the Bollinger Family buried there? Temple Bollinger born 1802 and died 1902 is mentioned in the "Interview with former slaves" published 1936-1938 as told by her son George Bollinger. I think her husband was also George Bollinger but not the one listed as the age would not be right. If you have any additional information, I would be glad to add it to their pages and will keep working on it. Thanks. Ruth
|AndyMyers||RE: Emelia Cox|
I took this picture in Asbury Cemetery. Emelia is my mother-in-law's relative. I didn't have any luck looking for Emelia's husband Greenberry. Supposedly he is in a cemetery on private land just a few miles north. I tromped all over looking for Greenberry on that private property, but I didn't find anything and I just got lucky and found Emelia is Asbury. I really think that Greenberry might also be in Asbury but that I just missed him.
|Floyd Lanny Martin||Congrats|
Know the feeling but a great job. I'm too old for some of that stuff but I do have a new project
|Floyd Lanny Martin||Wow|
You have really been doing some good digging research.
|Shannon Lynch||RE: Permission to use photos|
Thank you much!
|Shannon Lynch||Permission to use photos|
I'm using Ancestry.com and Family Tree Maker to work on my genealogy and would like your permission to use the photos found on findagrave.com:
At this time, thise is the memorial I'd like to use - I expect there will be more coming later:
I don't believe we're really related - but I keep seeing your username on many of my distant relations. For example - this memorial is the husband of my half 4th great aunt.
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