|Romper90069||RE: William A LeValley|
I am just finding your message asking if you can use my photo on ancestry.com. By ALL means. My profile says any photo I take, if it is your family you should be able to share it. Respectfully, James
|Tom McManus||RE: Walter C Oldham's grave marker|
You are welcome! The photo is yours to do with as you wish.
Thank you for pointing out the photograph error, I have fixed it.
|mommycita||RE: re: Freelove Stone wife of Nathan Colvin|
The death records for several of the children you attribute to Alice indicate parents' names of Nathan Colvin and Freelove.
If you will provide documentation for Freelove being Freelove Stone, I will gladly review.
Thanks for contacting me.
|Moonstone||RE: Henry C Tuttle Grave Stone Photo|
You're welcome, my pleasure & happy holidays!! :)
|Janglo||Lena B Ellis|
I added the information you sent me but it appears to me that Cora and Iola were the siblings of her father, not her. Please let me know. Thanks for the info
Added by Janglo on Nov 10, 2015 8:59 AM
|Sally - Midcoast Maine||RE: Thank you!!|
You're welcome. Yes you may use my photo.
Good luck with your research,
|BjJ||Mercy Harlow photo request|
Mercy has no stone that was found in the Harlow plot in Oak Ridge Cemetery. She and her husband Daniel (also no stone) are both buried in Block 9, 55, along with George Henry Harlow and his wife Susannah. Those two are the only ones who have stones. I posted a photo of their plot for you.
Added by BjJ on Oct 26, 2013 10:39 AM
Thank you for looking for Uncle Robert's grave for me. I will have to track down one of my Dad's cousins to find out why there isn't a marker.
Added by Sidney on Jul 27, 2013 4:46 PM
|Sidney||RE: Robert Lagasse|
Thank you :)
Added by Sidney on Jul 19, 2013 4:15 PM
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