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August 2014: School work has gotten me flustered so I may be slow to respond at times. |
I get a kick out of posting photos knowing(or hoping) that one day someone searching on the internet might run across a photo of a marker that I have taken and smile. I create memorials from time to time for somewhat the same reason, usually going by the information in the photograph.
While I used to be a photo volunteer, that has pretty much come to a halt for now. I do however, search weekly for requests that are already in my files and haven't been posted yet and occasionally make a trip to a cemetery if I am feeling up to it or have to go by there for one reason or another.
IF I POST A PHOTO OF A MARKER ON FINDAGRAVE, THEN AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED; I GRANT PERMISSION FOR ANYONE TO USE THE IMAGE(S)FOR A NON-FINANCIAL PURPOSE OR GAIN. If you want a higher resolution for prints or even a coffee mug(I've seen it done), just leave a message with an email addy and I'll send a higher res. photo.
I also do not have a problem with taking down a memorial that I have made for someone, if asked. Death is a tricky subject for a lot of people and differing opinions on what is appropriate is always a factor when creating an online memorial.
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|Marilee ||Margaret Whitcomb|
Thanks for the update!
Added by Marilee on Sep 12, 2017 4:27 AM
Would you please transfer my direct ancestors #45110180 and #44829005 to my member number which is 49277540. They are my 2nd great grandparents and I have been researching this family line for a couple years and have a lot more to add to these two memorials. Thank you.
|researcherjax||Isaac B. Seekins|
Isaac B. Seekins first wife was Eliza A Jackson.
"Maine Marriages, 1771-1907," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F4D7-M6T : accessed 1 December 2015), Isaac B. Seekins and Eliza A. Jackson, 18 May 1851; citing , reference yr 1812-1892; FHL microfilm 12,213.
Forgot to also ask for #70425154. I am researching this family in depth and have information to add. Thank you.
Would you mind transferring #55670974. I am researching this family in depth and have information to add. Thank you.
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Robert Hawes at the Highland Cemetery.
|Monique Bamford||RE: Gerald Rossignol|
Oh my goodness, It has taken me six years to see this! Hope I'm not too late to reply back that I am Gerald Rossignol's oldest granddaughter. Very glad that you have a milk bottle from the farm - I have one as well and it is a treasured possession.
|Deborah Nowers||Isaac B. Seekens|
Elizabeth (West) Bowen was Isaac's second wife, married 1873. His first wife was Eliza A. Jackson, m. 1851. (Swanville VRs) The photographs are great. Thank you.
|Kathleen Smith||Era Ide|
It states that he was a Rev War veteran. Can you please tell me how you came to determine that? He is not listed in the DAR or SAR records.
I have been trying to prove that he was a Rev war veteran for almost 10 years and have been unsuccessful. If you would share your information, I would greatly appreciate it!!
I live in Pennsylvania near Idetown.
|kristinstree||Hunt Family Stones|
Thank you for the photos of Archelaus S Hunt's stone and his family stones.
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