|s schultz (#47675430)|
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It is the love of family history makes us smile. Each new find, each new puzzle piece brings the story into closer focus. We enjoy roaming old cemeteries and taking pictures that we hope will help others tell their family story.|
Any and all pictures we take can be used without any further contact, we took them for your use. Thank you for allowing us to help and enjoy your search.
In an effort to eliminate "dead Memorials", I give Find a Grave staff full permission to transfer any of the Memorials I maintain to whomever wants to maintain them upon my death.
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|DR||Re: LaBelle Cemetery|
Thank you for your quick answer. Sorry to hear they are not very open about the memorials there.
I will continue my quest. Have a nice day. DR
Added by DR on May 26, 2015 11:23 PM
Do you happen to have access to the cemetery records? Or direct me to someone who might?
Thank you DR
Added by DR on May 26, 2015 4:53 PM
Thanks for the picture & info.
Added by Bob on May 23, 2015 7:19 PM
|personna||Valentine Bier - # 40388620|
Hello - thank you for pointing out the discrepancy. I added this clarification to the memorial.
"As a secondary source, oftentimes the data on tombstones differ from family and government records. They are created with the best information available at the time, which may or may not be accurate.
In this instance a naturalization document was available. Of course, even a legal document may not be correct, but the individual named was the source the data. He named his date of birth to the best of his knowledge when applying for citizenship."
Added by personna on May 22, 2015 8:44 PM
|Brian Croegaert||Ellen Brennan|
Made the changes you suggested and added her death date which I found in the WI death records. You do good work ;-)
|Patricia Casey||Frank E Chaartier|
Birth date is 15 Feb 1852.
Please do use
Added by tango13 on May 13, 2015 6:29 AM
I Claimed your Request for Backhaus. On the reverse of their stone is the Gendrichs which Photo you uploaded to Find A Grave.
Added by tango13 on May 12, 2015 2:28 PM
|sphinisey||RE: Janice Maye Wood|
Yes, you may use the photo. If Janice is part of your family, I can transfer Janice to you.
|Frank Germanson||RE: 1258/17611 Notbohm/Horning|
Feel free to use my pictures whenever you find them. If you are a member of Find a Grave I'd be happy to transfer any memorials to you. Regards, Frank Germanson. P. S. If you click on my name on the Find a Grave memorial you will see my profile. In the short profile I give permission to use any of my pictures anytime. Most gravers have that spelled out in their profile.
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