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|I was born in Grand Junction, Colorado and have lived in this valley for over 61 years. My husband, Jack, was also born here. I have two wonderful children who are 5th generation Grand Junctionites. Genealogy is just one of my hobbies, but it is probably the most addicting one. I would love to take pictures of headstones for anyone in this area, as I know it can sometimes be a problem getting to an area where a relative lived. Feel free to contact me via e-mail with any request for this area. Also, please feel free to use any photos I take.|
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|grave walker||RE: Photo permission|
Go ahead and use the photo
|Forks Native||RE: Photo permission|
If those are my photos of my 3rd Great Grandparents, Royal and Abigail Daby ~ Joy, then please feel free to use them.
Thank you for seeking permission first. Very considerate of you.
Warm Regards, Sharron
|joiseygirl||RE: Macomber / Arlington|
The two headstones were made of that sandstone and I could not read them.
By all means you may use the picture.
And when and if your ready to post photo request for the others I will gladly put up the pictures.
|joiseygirl||Macomber / Arlington|
I found them! And there is a Herbert Macomber 1877 - 1922 and a Alice Macomber 11-10-1878 age 3 years in with John and Mary.
If you post a photo request I will gladly fill i.
Yes, You may use the photos I took of the Macomber family at Forest Hills on your family tree.
|CPlane Pilot||RE: photo permission|
You absolutely have my permission, and it is kind of you to ask. I contribute to this website to help preserve a record of the memorials of our ancestors that in some case could be lost to time, and to aid genealogical and family researchers. Anyone is welcome to use any of the photos I've taken for any use at any time. Treat them as your own as I'm glad they are helpful to you.
|Dale Potter Clark||RE: Photo Permisssion|
Yes, feel free to use the pictures for your family tree. There are a couple of places where you could read a bit more about Huntoon Cemetery. In short, it was started by Peter Huntoon in early 19th century. Over the years neighbors were buried there as well as members of the Huntoon / Hunton family. The poor farm was also in this neighborhood so some paupers are also buried there. The tomb is interesting - Peter himself is said to be in there. There used to be many more gravestone markers in this cemetery but after years of neglect they disappeared - sunk into the ground no doubt as the earth in the center is mounded significantly. Some people who went on a Readfield History Walk there with us last fall remembered when there were more gravestones there. To learn more you can go to either of the two web sites below. I also did a write up about the Macomber's and there is a picture of some of what is left of their farm at that site. Enjoy!http://readfieldhistorywalks.blogspot.com/2012/11/readfield-history-walk-1.html
|Joyce Escue Culver||friend|
No, I'm sorry, I don't. Possibly you could go through one of their pages, but don't know.
|Joyce Escue Culver||photo permission|
Hi, Yes, you may use any of my photos on
Ancestry or other family trees. The point is to share, from my point of view. But thanks for asking. Not everyone does. :)
Joyce Escue Culver
|Forks Native||Abgail Daby - Joy|
Sorry with my unintentional delay in replying to you. Thanks for asking, and yes, please feel free you use my photo of my 3rd Great Grandma, Abigail Daby - Joy who was laid to rest in the Family Plot along side of her husband, Royal Dire Joy, my 3rd Great Grandpa in the North Jay Cemetery, located within Essex Co. in the Hamlet of Au Sable Forks, New York, 12912.
Sharron ~ Forks Native
29th Oct. 2013
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