I believe you are related to my husbands family. Care to get in touch? Edward Joseph Delaney and William E. Delaney are brothers I believe. We are connected to Edward. You to William. I tried your email but it came back mailer demon.
Added by Judy Viewig on Mar 16, 2014 11:29 AM
|Christie Trapp||Michael Banghart|
Thanks so much for taking the photos way back in 2009. I've apologizing now for my deriliction to thank yous, but better late than never at all. It was greatly appreciated.
Added by Christie Trapp on Aug 17, 2012 12:40 PM
|Christie Trapp||RE: Banghart photos|
I wouldn't worry about the duplicates. I've seen it on other's including mine as well. Sometimes mine are better than what is posted, and sometimes there's is better than mine. I wouldn't worry about trying to delete them unless they are absolutely the wrong stone!
That was the reason I wrote you about the Banghart photos is because on the one, the stones looked differently between what you posted and what he posted. Your entry was first and his was after. He probably went through the cemetery and took photos and just added what he had to the memorial. I've taken photos in cemeteries in other places, not knowing whether a memorial has been created, but I look at my photo and even though there might already be one, I add mine incease someone else thinks mine might be a better version.
Now, if the Banghart graves have been mixed up, in other words, the wrong photo posted, you can click on the name below the photo and advise that person their photo is of the wrong marker and it should be removed. But I wouldn't get upset just because they posted a photo of the same grave. It's no big deal.
Since Michael is the most recent photographer, if you would like me to contact him to ask him to recheck the cemetery, let me know. He's apparently been going there and actually finding some of these Banghart graves that he originally thought were not readible because of the age of the stone. It's very important for the Michael Banghart's, in particuliar to check the death year in order to keep them all straight!
Added by Christie Trapp on Jun 26, 2011 8:53 PM
|Christie Trapp||Michael Banghart - First Presbyterian|
It seems that the same photo was posted on both Michael Banghart memorials that you posted to a number of years ago.
There is a group photo that was taken by Michael Holmes. In that group photo there is a stone that is oddly shaped and has a yellow streak on the face. This marker is on the far right side.
There are two Michael Bangharts -- one born 1740 and one born 1772. They are father and son.
Michael Holmes took a photo of the 1772 Michael Banghart and it looks different than the one you posted.
Is it possible that the 1772 Michael photo should actually be the 1740 Michael?
Added by Christie Trapp on Jun 26, 2011 11:28 AM
|Patsy Lubben DiMarco||Scarfano Headstone|
Hello Cher; Thanks a lot for that photo. Slowly but surely I am getting my Tree filled. Regards Dino
Added by Patsy Lubben DiMarco on May 10, 2011 8:19 PM
Thank you so much for posting the pictures.
Added by Debra Pagan on Apr 12, 2011 5:24 PM
|Christie Trapp||Bangharts - Presbyterian Church Hazen|
I went back into my old emails that I skipped over for some reason and found your emails to me about finding the Bangharts and the "photo success" emails from Find A Grave. Thanks so much for looking again at these old markers. I know how difficult they can be sometimes as I went to Massachusetts and some of those are in worse condition! Just posted another request and hopefully you can find her and perhaps the others that have the problems posted. If you could attempt transcriptions of the photos you take for these older stones, that would be great. If you can't read it, just get what you can. Thanks.
Added by Christie Trapp on Dec 03, 2009 1:22 PM
|Christie Trapp||RE: Banghart Markers I found today|
Did you photo the names you found and post them on Find A Grave? Please let me know which cemetery you are talking about because your message wasn't clear as to where you found them, and who you found.
Added by Christie Trapp on Nov 22, 2009 10:00 PM
|Anna Collier||RE: Laura Fox|
All I remember is: It's in the old part.Yhe new part towards the left was not there,the white building was to the right as I went in. And you drove past building towards the left of building, And it was kinda not to far behind it, And Arthur C Fox's stone( who at that time was not dead,And he never got put in that grave)As I remember there were several Foxs buried there.
Added by Anna Collier on Oct 19, 2009 9:53 PM
Added by Terry on Oct 19, 2009 4:53 PM
|Carrie and Allen||RE: Unangst in St Luke's Old Williams Cemetery|
Yes, please! That would be incredible! Thanks!
Added by Carrie and Allen on May 24, 2009 9:01 PM
|Alice Morris||RE: Ronald Loucks gravesite|
Thank u very much
Added by Alice Morris on May 18, 2009 7:10 PM
|Elizabeth||Musconetcong Valley Cemetery|
You are one of the best volunteers that Find A Grave has. I never met any volunteer that would go back to a cemetery three times to find the headstones for a persons photo request.
Thank you so much for doing this for me. As you know, I live too far to ever get to this cemetery to pay my respects. Now I can do it online.
Again, thank you so very much.
Added by Elizabeth on May 16, 2009 6:55 AM
|Barry Mahorney||RE: Mary Mutschler Howard|
Thank you very much. Mary was the second wife of my wife's g g grandfather, Luther L Howard. If you have information regarding the family or pictures of her family's grave markers, I would appreciate them.
Again, thank you for your assistance.
Added by Barry Mahorney on May 09, 2009 4:00 AM
|Roberta Wunder||Thank You|
I appreciate the photo from Easton Cemetery. I have photos of the other graves in that plot but was missing Rush Bitters.
Added by Roberta Wunder on May 07, 2009 3:29 PM
|Starr Towers Hays||Butler|
Thank you so much for the pic for Gordon & Anna.
Added by Starr Towers Hays on May 07, 2009 3:17 PM
|H Pollard||RE: Frank Kinow/Maginn plot|
That would be great! hmpollard[at]insightbb.com
Thanks so much! Is Maginn a section or just the name associated with the plot? I'm not sure who that is. Interesting.
I really appreciate the photos. I don't know much about the Kinows, my great-grandmother's family, yet, so this really helps. Thank you!
Added by H Pollard on May 07, 2009 2:52 PM
|Carrie and Allen||Easton Cemetery Kichlines|
Thank you SO much for taking these wonderful photos for me. It's very exciting to see these ancestors of mine, and I appreciate your generosity and excellent work!
Added by Carrie and Allen on May 06, 2009 10:24 PM
|Patsy Lubben DiMarco||Louie Campanaro|
Thank you for your effort to find Louie. I will have to check with family and see whats going on. God Bless Patsy
Added by Patsy Lubben DiMarco on Mar 18, 2009 10:34 PM
|Lynn Warren||Elisha Burd Gravestone|
Thank you for finding the gravestone of Elisha Burd in the Montana Baptist Cemetery, and taking the photo of that gravestone. My photo request has been outstanding for almost 6 months.
Added by Lynn Warren on Mar 18, 2009 5:25 PM
|Roy Schreffler||Thomas Dalrymple stone pic|
Wow, that was fast, thanks so much for the image. Could I ask you to email me a high resolution version of the image, and, if you can, describe the location of the grave, I may be able to visit there in the near future myself, and it would be a lot easier to find them.
Added by Roy Schreffler on Mar 18, 2009 4:22 PM