You may use any gravestone photos I've contributed for any non-commercial use (please include "Photo by DL McCready, used with permission" to your posting). This permission does not include photographs of people (I will consider use of those - send me an email).
I am interested in many family names - the most recent generations of whom are Garner, Grover, Stone, Pulford, Wilson Starry, McCready, Thomas (including maiden names and subsequent surnames of relatives).
Strangers coming together to document and memorialize family histories from cemeteries is a wonderful thing.
Please use the Edit Tab (and then click "Suggest a correction or provide additional information") if you spot an error, to provide additional information, or to request a transfer. I will gladly make corrections or transfer your relative's memorial entry to your care (for anyone not in my family). For transfer requests, be sure to include your Contributor #.
RE: James Tall Thanks so much for your message. It was not a problem to remove them, I like to give people the option of knowing more than just a close up of the stone. If you are interested, I would be happy to email you the others so someone who follows James would have them. Happy holidays! Karen
RE: Duplicate Memorials Another question I had for that group was about adding photos of the actual gravestones to the orgiginal submitters data. The original submitter just had photos of the entry sign for the cemetary. Scratch my previous message that I will fix when I return home from vacation. When I get back to the hotel I can log on to my laptop and try to delete my entries sooner.
RE: Duplicate Memorials This is the first message I recieved. I literally have one mesage, and it's this one from you. My apologies for he duplicates. I took photos, searched the data base and didnt find the names. At that time I started entering those few. When I started my next batch I found matches, found the submitter and read thier message which said they had done every grave at that cemetary. I found the spellings (if I recall) were inaccurate on some that I searched. Being I am new, I asked in group about mesaging to the seasoned submitter and honestly I forgot all about it. When I return home from vacation I will delete my dupilcates. Thank you for your patience.
RE: Louis Merle Ammerman You're very welcome, I was glad to help. I feel I am taking the photo for you as you cannot, therefore it it is yours to use in your research, both privately and on public sites as you see fit. Susan
RE: Everett Wilson, Johnson Grove Cemetery, Waterman IL P.S. Was Everett or anyone else in their family connected to a church in the area that might still exist & possibly have records? It's much more common in Europe, it's often a long shot in the U.S. but every so often I can out info on someone thru church records.