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Bonnie Kies (#47324183)
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Born in Conn. Now in North Carolina, Gaston county.
Wish I had started my tree when I lived in Conn. But would like to Thank All the People who have helped me thus far in obtaining photo's of relatives. I want you to know that I Greatly, Greatly Appreciate you. Again Thank You. :)

About Photo's I have taken: You may use the photo's, I don't need credit (figure if you are adding to your tree then you must be family). I would only ask that if you profit from the photo that a share maybe go to the stones upkeep or something if at all possible.
And please don't repost to Findagrave. Thank You ALL.
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hgs205
Annie Moore photo
You are welcome to use any photos of mine for personal family trees. Do you have any more info for her memorial?
Added by hgs205 on Nov 18, 2014 2:28 PM
Rob
RE: Charles Phillip Ingalls
Hi, and sorry for not responding sooner. Just bought a house and have been up to here with moving.

Feel free to use any pictures I've posted for any purpose. No need to credit. Glad I can help.

Thanks,
Rob
Added by Rob on Oct 28, 2014 1:30 PM
Tim & Grace
TEC4 - Army

Hi Bonnie,

Army rank is a bit different from Air Force, so I googled it: Technician Fourth Grade (abbreviated as T/4 or TEC4) was one of three United States Army technician ranks established on January 8, 1942 during World War II. Those who held this rank were often addressed as Sergeant.

I think that the Army still has the old fashioned "hard" ranks, such as Private, Corporal, Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, etc. but they also have specialist ranks for different pay grades.

The leaves were good and we went apple picking last weekend. Got some Macouns before they were gone.

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Added by Tim & Grace on Oct 21, 2014 10:56 AM
Tim & Grace
Horace E McIntire in Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery

Hi Bonnie,

I guess your question is whether it is okay for you to use the photo that I added to the memorial that Bev Winship created for Horace E. McIntire on findagrave for your tree on ancestry.com.

My answer is yes. Thank you for asking permission.

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Added by Tim & Grace on Oct 20, 2014 7:57 PM
RachelF
RE: Addison B Fletcher
Hi Bonnie

We weren't able to read the engraving. We plan on going back again in a different light. If we are successful I will let you know.
Added by RachelF on Oct 19, 2014 7:09 AM
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Aaron Adams
If you were asking about photos, you may use any you need for your family tree. Just give credit to me and or find a grave.
Added by Stone Finders on Oct 11, 2014 4:33 AM
Ed Rioux
RE: Sumner
Hello Bonnie,
Yes, please use the photo on your family tree. I will look again for Abijah and Joseph Sumner. Many of the nearby headstones are broken off and missing. They may be in another part of the cemetery that I have not searched yet.
Regards,
Ed
Added by Ed Rioux on Oct 10, 2014 5:49 PM
Tim & Grace
Horace Eugene McIntire at Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery (Old)

Hi Bonnie,

Yes, please feel free to use my photos on your family tree. All of these findagrave memorials show up on ancestry.com nowadays anyway... which I for one do not have any problem with. Findagrave is not my on personal family tree, but it is very much like one big World Family Tree and we are all connected to each other in some way and it is interesting to see the convoluted tapestry of relationships.

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Added by Tim & Grace on Oct 10, 2014 9:02 AM
Rose & Dale Svitak
RE: Lansford Ingalls
Absolutely, no problem, feel free to use as you see fit.

Rose and Dale
Added by Rose & Dale Svitak on Oct 09, 2014 10:17 PM
Ed Rioux
RE: Elizabeth Badcock Sumner
Hello Bonnie,
Yes, of course. You have my permission to use the photo on your family tree. Glad I was able to take the picture for you.
Regards,
Ed
Added by Ed Rioux on Oct 09, 2014 7:33 PM
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