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As I have entered the second half of my life, I have embraced the lovely quiet while taking photographs of headstones and graveyards on my travels. My favourite cemeteries are the Old Burying Ground in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Cementerio de Granada in Nicaragua, and the gorgeous old stones in Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.|
Please feel free to download the photographs that I have posted for your personal use on family tree research and websites.
Under the Canadian Protection of Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), a cemetery headstone and any information on it are considered to be in the public domain. Therefore, information obtained from these sources are considered as "open" information which may be released. This is true regardless of whether or not the people mentioned are living or dead or how long they have been dead
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|Smith Favaro||McKenzie in Pushlinch|
I was wondering if you are related to Duncan McKenzie and Ann McLaren, buried in Crown cemetery Puslinch Ontario.
Let me know, I think I may have some portraits.
|Mark Whitman||RE: William O'Dell 143836221|
When I added this grave, I was basing its location on descriptions that were provided. I am not familiar with the difference between these two cemeteries, so clearly if you found the grave in this location that is correct. I have found that sometimes the same cemetery is described by two different names and that it is then loaded that way into the system.
There is also some confusion over the name Odell/O'Dell with different family members spelling it different ways. It started out as Odell with some changing it later. It appear to be Odell on this headstone.
It makes sense that I would delete my record from the system, but I would like to tie all of my family members to your record. That may be easier if you transfer it to me, but we can do it either way. Thank you for pointing this out so that we can make the correction.
|B. C. B. : : = )||Mottershead|
Thank you for the additional information for James Wetmore.
|Linda Ford||RE: Duncan John Maclean|
Thank you. But where did the additional info come from, such as his being a manager at the Bank of Montreal and the names of his parents?
I haven't been to my mother's gravesite since she passed away. I was 13 at the time, now as an adult I've been wanting to find my way there by myself. I'm forever grateful to have found this information and the picture of her gravestone. Thank you very much, I am so thankful.
Added by J.J on Apr 11, 2017 5:50 PM
|FranA||Transfers Rev Joseph Real|
Thank you so much for your speedy transfers.
Great to find a missing family member.
Fran, Victoria BC
Added by FranA on Mar 24, 2017 10:54 AM
|Jazzy||Margaret Victoria Hillman (nee Lee)|
Would you mind changing her husband's name to his correct name of Morley Jackson Tanner Hillman from Morley Jackson Fanner Hillman. He was the son of Samuel Tanner Hillman and Sophia Jane Jackson. Here are also details of his military service in World War 1:
Drafted into the Military on October 9, 1917 (Regiment #D3317647 - 2nd CO. Regiment). His address was listed as 23 Charles Street, Oshawa, he was single, occupation - clerk, next-of-kin - Sophia Hillman, mother, of 23 Charles Street, Oshawa. He was 20 years & 7 months of age when enlisted, 5ft. 5-3/4 inches tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair and his chest when fully expanded was 34 inches (range of expansion - 3"). Previous military service #797057
Thank you so much.
Cora & Ron Hillman
Added by Jazzy on Mar 18, 2017 8:58 AM
|Ross||Hugh S Brown|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Hugh to my care and management.
Added by Ross on Mar 10, 2017 11:30 AM
Thank you for fast transfers, most appreciated.
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