Mike: I sent you a posting - there is no such cemetery as "Huntington Historic Cemetery." That's a property ownership marker put up by the Town of Huntington. Your guy Henry is at Lower Melville Methodist Cemetery - which once was the cemetery of the now-closed Lower Melville M. E. Church. The church building long housed the "Little White Church in the Wildwood" - a non-denominational congregation - on NY 110, just south of the LIE.
Added by David Roberts on Apr 26, 2013 12:07 PM
|Kathi Lynn King||sterner|
Hi Mike I was taking photos in West Newton Cemetery the Stone for Hannah and John Have Other people on the other side The only one legible is Sushannah The office manager Cheryl Was Gone for lunch so I did not get back to ask her the other names. facing the road has 2 names to the right is john and hannah to the left is one name and on the reverse looks like 2 names there are other sterners in the row that I have pictures for if you would like I can make the memorials and after you look at them I will transfer if they are connected, which they probably are because they are in a row right next to each other.. Kathi
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Oct 13, 2011 3:00 PM
|Amos ||RE: Rachel ROTH SCHICK|
I hadn't realized you were looking for the rest of my mishpacha! I guess that cemetery is daunting, even when the plots, rows and graves are known. What a mitzvah you've performed. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org . Best regards, Amos
Added by Amos on Aug 30, 2011 2:27 PM
|Amos ||Alexander SCHICK|
Thank you, again, Mike, for this kindness. The image is terrific. Best regards, Amos
Added by Amos on Aug 30, 2011 2:23 PM
|Amos ||RE: Picture Posted|
Thank you, again, Mike, for having photographed Rachel ROTH SCHICK's tombstone. And thank you, as well, for having photographed the soon-to-be-posted image of her husband Alexander's tombstone.
Although many people bear the ROTH surname, we might be related if your family originated from the Carpathian region of former Hungary.
Added by Amos on Aug 30, 2011 1:56 PM
|Amos ||Rachel ROTH SCHICK|
The photo you took of my cousin's tombstone is terrific. The resolution is perfect and everything is sharp as a tack. Even the weather cooperated. Thank you so much. Your work is greatly appreciated.
Added by Amos on Aug 30, 2011 1:50 PM
|Kay||RE: John Yerg Sr|
Mike, you are welcome! I also have a close up of his wife's side of the headstone. I would be happy to send you the jpegs of all if you want to create a memorial for her also.
Added by Kay on Aug 27, 2011 8:39 PM
|Barb Jones||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome. Glad I was able to find it.
Added by Barb Jones on Aug 18, 2011 9:10 PM
|Dean Key||RE: Picture of Grace (Sterner) Droegmiller Headstone|
I added Herman 1879-1948, and Rudolph 1909-1979 to Find A Grave in the Holstein Cemetery. They are next to Grace.
Added by Dean Key on Aug 01, 2011 4:53 PM
|Anonymous||Mary O Ketcham|
Mike I don't know if you want to connect Mary to her father Isaac Smith his num on the site is 28984093.
Steve Wagner very distant relative
Added by Anonymous on Jul 19, 2011 4:21 PM
|jess s||Robert Bergman|
I hope it wasn't too hard to find him. Much appreciated! :)
Added by jess s on Aug 10, 2010 3:42 PM
Thanks for the Ethel Kramer photo :-)
Added by Sharon Klein on Aug 10, 2010 3:06 PM
|Jesse Greenberg||Photos Taken @ Wellwood|
Mike - thanks so much for the photos you took today! Much appreciated!!!
Added by Jesse Greenberg on Jul 21, 2010 5:23 PM
|Azdoll||Bette & Mike Kaufmann|
Thanks a lot, Mike,
I appreciate the photos. If you would be so kind as to email all of them to me, I will forward them to the daughter. I'm azdoll at comcast dot net.
Added by Azdoll on Jun 03, 2010 1:53 PM
|Anonymous||Glassberg Grave Photos|
Thank you very much for taking the grave photos of my relatives Abram and Rebecca Glassberg.
I really appreciate your time and effort.
you are a mensch!
Added by Anonymous on May 27, 2010 9:45 PM
I'm especially interested in learning the Hebrew names of their parents.If there any Hebrew writing on the stones, I would appreciate closeups of that.
Added by Azdoll on May 27, 2010 6:15 PM
Their dtr also wrote,""Your friend must have talked to some dumb a__. We have dealt with them and we were in the office exchanging paperwork when dad was burried. I find that many people today that I speak to are not so sharp:-( "
Unfortunately, I think she is right!
I wonder if they looked up Kaufman instead if Kaufmann?
Added by Azdoll on May 27, 2010 5:52 PM
thanks for being so conscientious. I wrote their daughter and this is her response:
"The Cemetary is Beth Moses, which is on the left past the National Cemetary and past the small train station. You take the first entrance on the left into the cemetary and their is a large Kaufmann plot stone and a foot stone for each of my parents. It is on the right hand side about 300 yards in. It is directly facing the road and there is also a bench on the 12 grave plot. Hope that helps."
I do hope this will make it possible for you to find their graves.
Added by Azdoll on May 27, 2010 3:48 PM
|Sharon Klein||Jason Berger photo|
Thank you very much for this Mike. I didn't know a proper headstone wasn't in place yet. I'll look into it.
Added by Sharon Klein on May 27, 2010 12:39 PM
|Christine M. Storey||Sterner|
Hi. You need to add Valleyview to the graves site. It Is block 313 Valleyview. This cemetery has different sections with names.
Added by Christine M. Storey on May 21, 2010 6:45 PM
|S. Maurice E. Ford||DJ Wright|
Mike, thank you so much for the photo of DJ Wright. Your work is greatly appreciated.
Added by S. Maurice E. Ford on May 13, 2010 12:59 PM
|Ardyth ||Mary E Dean|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone at Mary E Dean's grave. All my family is from NY and I don't live there anymore to visit the cemeteries myself. IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED!!!
Added by Ardyth on May 04, 2010 2:30 PM