Mary Dean The Mary Dean I have included into Find A Grave was married to Linc Binion and then to Aaron Newell. I have their marriage record and photographs of them. She is in the Barker Cemetery buried next to first husband Linc Binion. Her second husband is buried by himself and not with his first or second wife.
findagrave photos on ancestry - add a photo credit, please Hi Tonya - My photos (Thomas T. Day, and Thomas L and Nettie Day) that you put on ancestry.com still don't have a photo credit. Please add a photo credit saying where you got the photo and who took the photo. Something simple is fine, "photo by Amy S, findagrave.com photo volunteer". In your ancestry.com tree, go to the photo's page, click "edit", then add the credit in that "description" box there. This would be a good thing to do: 1) it puts you on the right side of copyright law and ancestry.com's "content submission" policy on using someone else's photos; and, 2) it documents a source. I would appreciate it! Thanks, Amy
Teets I believe Nancy Teets grave says May 19 1832- July 12, 1908 but the good news is I turned a stone over next to her and it was also a Teets
Shelby is next to here I believe Jake is unmarked but the three are together
TEETS, JAKE P I6845 Section ELM EXT, Block 25, Lot 12, Space 10N 0 07/15/1927 TEETS, NANCY I6846 Section ELM EXT, Block 25, Lot 12, Space 8N 0 07/12/1908 TEETS, SHELBY C I6847 Section ELM EXT, Block 25, Lot 12, Space 9N 0 01/01/1899
RE: Thomas T Day Okay doke, Tonya. I thought that might be you and you weren't aware this could be a problematic issue. Anyway, about Sarah/Sallie/Sally: when I am in this cemetery again, I will look over that lot to see if there is anyone with that first name. It does happen that people remarry, change their names but still get buried with the first husband, probably because the space is already paid for. -Amy
RE: Thomas T Day Tonya - Thomas L. and Nettie Day are buried beside him. I did a search on ancestry.com, to see if I could find anything on a wife for Thomas T. Day. Lo and behold, what came up at the top of the search results was my findagrave photo of Thomas T. Day's gravestone. My photo of Thomas L and Nettie's headstone is also now on ancestry. These were added by "tdulicny', and I can see that they've been copied to several other people's trees now. This is a bit disappointing because no one asked me to use these photos on ancestry, and no credit has been given to me as the photographer. It is also rather concerning because this is a copyright violation, and both findagrave and ancestry prohibit doing this and take it pretty seriously. I know of findagrave contributors who get extremely upset about having their photos reused without permission, especially on ancestry, and their complaints to findagrave and ancestry have resulted in people losing their accounts. Yikes! If you happen to be "tdulicny", I suggest that you ask permission to use findagrave photos on ancestry. I have never had someone tell me "no", when I've asked, and it's always been my pleasure to say "yes, of course" when people have asked me. Best wishes with your family research, Amy