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MikeSavoca (#46916736)
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Christina D
RE: Thank You
You are very welcome. I hope you enjoy the holidays as well!

Added by Christina D on Nov 28, 2014 11:41 AM

Cymburleigh
RE: Adams Graves
You are very welcome. So glad I could share this part of your family history with you!

Added by Cymburleigh on Mar 13, 2013 1:40 PM

Don Green
RE: Thank You!

You're very welcome for the photos, Mike. Glad I could help out !

Don

Added by Don Green on Jan 04, 2013 9:06 PM

jhughes
THANK YOU!
Thank you for the photos, looking up both locations & taking the time to transcribe all of that writing on the that weathered stone!! You went above & beyond!

Added by jhughes on Apr 30, 2012 6:26 AM

a2
Photo
Happy I was able to find this person for you!

Added by a2 on Mar 27, 2012 6:32 AM

New York Historian
RE: Birthday Wishes for Carmelo Farfaglia
My pleasure. Have a nice evening. Jim

Added by New York Historian on Jun 22, 2011 9:19 PM

New York Historian
Birthday Wishes for Carmelo Farfaglia
Good evening,
People all over the world are remembering Carmelo Farfaglia on his Birthday today, compliments of our Flower Circle Group and thanks, in part, to your contribution to his memorial. Jim

Click here: Carmelo Farfaglia (1870 - 1950) - Find A Grave Memorial

Added by New York Historian on Jun 22, 2011 8:40 PM

Dyane
RE: Adams Grave
You are very welcome. I'm so glad to be able to help. I found more info online in 'Atwater history and genealogy .. (Volume 5)' by Francis Atwater. Apparently Elisha M. Attwater had an estate in Huntington, so that's the connection to that cemetery.

Regards,
Dyane

Added by Dyane on May 28, 2011 7:10 AM

New York Historian
Golio Infants.
Mike,
I will be entering 8 Golio babies in my project. Would any of them be related to your family?
Jim

Added by New York Historian on Jan 16, 2011 12:55 PM

Mary Jeanne Monhardt
Louis S. Vollero
Hello Mike,

I looked for Louis S. Vollero in the Military section of Ancesty.com.

He is listed as Louis S. Vollero born in 1912 in Union, New Jersey. He enlisted April 4, 1942 and was a Private at that time. He had 4 years of High School and was 63 inches tall and weighed 128 pounds.

Source Information:

National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Hope this is helpful. My cousin Bob died in DaNang and I am always on the look-out for any information for family of our Protectors.

Added by Mary Jeanne Monhardt on Jun 18, 2010 8:37 AM

Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi Neumann
Your gGrandma
Dear Mike,

It is my pleasure to have the opportunity to sponsor your grandmother's memorial. What a lovely tribute you wrote for her!!

This may sound silly, but I want you to know that I am very proud of you ! I feel as if I have known you , watched you grow and turn into the fine young man you are today. I hope we will always be great friends and one day meet in person.

Love to you and the family,

Ellen

Added by Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi... on Feb 02, 2010 6:45 PM

Don Green
Antolos Photos
You're very welcome for the photos. I had never been in this building, so it was an experience. There is also a Jerko Antolos (1912 - 1994) interred in the same "Cloisters" of Green Hills. I imagine he must be a younger brother of Nikola.

Don

Added by Don Green on Sep 08, 2009 9:15 PM

Floral Designer
ASK THE FAMILY
for 100 bucks it could be added.

Added by Floral Designer on Apr 16, 2009 8:10 PM

Floral Designer
Mike made a memorial for
the other name here... Sorry lucy name is not on the stone.. then requst and i will add photo ok..
Barb

Added by Floral Designer on Apr 16, 2009 4:09 PM

Floral Designer
THANKS
BARB

Added by Floral Designer on Apr 15, 2009 9:48 PM

Floral Designer
St Raymonds Request
could you please give them a call for location.. they don't want to give it to us any more.. I'm 10 min away.. and as soon as I get location I will get the photo for you thanks Barb..
1-718-792-1133

Added by Floral Designer on Apr 15, 2009 7:31 PM

Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi Neumann
So good to hear from you !!
Hi Mikey !

Send me your email address [mine is hh73050@aol.com] . I will then forward it to my cousin, Jim and he will add you to our Flower Circle list. You will recieve a memorial each day in your email, please post a flower. Also, send any memorials link you wish to get flowers to Jim and he will add it to the list for the circle. It is a lovely thing, thanks for joining.
Love ,
Ellen

Added by Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi... on Feb 09, 2009 11:57 PM

Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi Neumann
Flower Circle
Hi Mike!

I would like to invite you to join my cousins Flower Circle. His name is Jim Murray [I see he has posted on your page here, a surprise !]. It is very rewarding and takes only a minute each day to post a flower for the memorial you will recieve in your email each day. Let me know.

Love to you, you are the future !

Ellen

Added by Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi... on Jan 22, 2009 9:03 PM

Nic Bertolero
Farfaglia
Hi Mike! I saw your post on Carmelo Farfaglia and I am really curious to find out if your Carmelo Farfaglia and my ancestor Santo Farfaglia are relatives? Santo was a bricklayer in CASTIGLIANE, Italy as well. He was born in 1873 and immigrated over to America in 1905 and again in 1913. They could possibly be siblings with their ages so close and with the same occupation and all. It has always been rumored though that Santo was the bastard son of an Italian nobleman. He also went by Santo Viola for some reason ...

Send me a message back, there are too many similarities for coincidence.

Added by Nic Bertolero on Aug 14, 2008 10:48 AM

Denny Jackson
Thanks Mike
Thank you so much for the beautiful token you left on Becky's memorial on her Angel Day. I greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness. Thanks so much again.
Denny (DCJ)

Added by Denny Jackson on May 05, 2008 9:04 PM

Pat
All Souls Cemetery
Photos posted. Glad to have been of help!

Added by Pat on Apr 07, 2008 7:51 AM

Pat
Steinhauser/All Souls
If you create memorials for the following people at All Souls Cemetery, Pleasantville, I'll post the following pictures:

Charles Steinhauser born 5/15/1869, died 12/15/1950

John Steinhauser died 1/21/1883, aged 58 years
Ellen Steinhauser (John's wife) died 11/15/1916 aged 78 years

They share a monument. Couldn't do much with Charles' side--the writing's very faint.

Added by Pat on Apr 06, 2008 9:42 PM

New York Historian
Thank you
Mike,
Thank you for your kind words of support at this difficult time. Jim Murray & Family

Added by New York Historian on Apr 02, 2008 2:25 PM

Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi Neumann
THANK YOU MIKEY !!
Dear Mike,

Thank you so much for the lovely tribute you left for my husband Eric.

I am so happy to see you participating on Find A Grave. I feel as if, in some small way, I have helped you on your way to becoming NYC's #1 genealogist. You know, I heard that NYU is now offering courses on genealogy----check it out when it comes time for you to go to college. Some day, when you are famous, Nuccia & I can say "We knew him when....."!

Also, I see mentioned in one of your messages below that you are familiar with my dear friend, Jimmy Murray [NY historian in Find A Grave]. He is a doll, a "shirt-tail" relation of mine and the best of the best when it comes to certs, documents , & ideas on how to find them. Tell him you know me, he will be so surprized. I guess you know he jsut lost his brother a few weeks ago. I love this guy !

OK, get in touch soon
Love,
Ellen

Added by Ellen, Geri Ellen & Barbi... on Apr 02, 2008 12:34 PM

Pat
Steinhauser/All Souls
I was at All Souls fulfilling a photo request, and there it was, right along the driveway.

Marker is not very fancy--it's actually very typical for monuments from, say, 1850-1940 in Westchester county: one of those four-sided pillars, around 5 feet tall. It differs from the "typical" (for this area, anyway) monument in that it's a lighter coloured stone (marble?), rather than a darker grey. Hope to get there over the coming weekend, weather permitting. Again, I don't think the lettering is going to photograph well since there's little contrast between it and the colour of the stone, but I'll give it a try.

Added by Pat on Apr 01, 2008 6:54 PM

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