|Ralph Gowen (#47690237)|
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|Researching my own family history and try to capture photos whenever I'm near a cemetery in my tree, but most of what I need is on the East Coast. Any pictures of headstones I have photographed have no copyrights attached and are free to be used as desired.|
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|Stacey Hebert||Sarah Fulton|
Her maiden name was Matchett. She had a brother named John J Matchett, my great-grandfather, who moved down to New Orleans, Louisiana.
|The Bull||RE: Phillips headstone|
The mums did make it difficult to get a good photo so, I worked around them. I'm glad you liked them.
Added by The Bull on Oct 29, 2014 12:29 PM
|GenLooker||RE: Lizzie Flournoy Emery|
You are very welcome! That was my first attempt of using foil. I read about it in a FB group I am in. I think part of the problem is that the whole stone had a rough texture.
|Monica Melanson||RE: Mathews headstone|
You are quite welcome, feel freee to use as you need.
|Nathan Haines||Nora May Wallace Cook|
I got pictures per your request for Nora May Wallace Cook. I added picture captions to two of the pictures if you care to click on the pictures to see that.
|Sheri West||Edward Wallace|
Article has been added :)
|Kathy||Elizabeth Chase Carr #90485004|
Good-Morning! Ralph, Elizabeth is my husband's 6th great-Grand Aunt. Their common ancestors are Dr. Moses Chase(1663-1743) & Anne Follansbee (1668-1708)
Since the marker is waisting away. Could you post the stone inscription on her memorial before it is totaly lost. Some people don't think of it until it's too late & the inscription is lost to time.
Thank you for reading my request. have a great day. Take care & God bless.
Rod & Kathy
Added by Kathy on Oct 07, 2014 10:05 AM
|Susan Harrison||France Kettlewell Allworth|
The FIND A GRAVE site lists Frances's parents as Christopher Kettlewell & Hannah Shillitoe. I have different parents Thomas Kettlewell and Mary Pinckney. My 2xgreat grandmother was her sibling Elizabeth.
Where did this original information come from?
Thanks Susan Harrison
|Renee Worthing||RE: Richardson stone|
I thought the Wizard of Oz headstone was interesting, too! I wonder what the significance of that is/was. Glad I could be of help... I am trying to do as much as I can before the snow flies!
|DRL||RE: Pine Grove Headstones|
Added by DRL on Sep 26, 2014 4:00 AM
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