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Dolores (#47511244)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 1 day
BobBoston
Felice Ciampi was a typo...
the Last name was typo. There is no Felice Ciampi. It was Felice Ciampa that died 4/17/2015. Do you still want to request him?

Added by BobBoston on Aug 25, 2015 5:27 AM

BobBoston
Montecalvo, Ciampi & Cipriano Photo Requests
Sorry to have to tell you, that all 3 requests are NO Longer available via the Toll Free phone #. Those 3 cemeteries are all part of the Catholic Association and they have REMOVED the toll free #. Now you need to call the Local # (781)322-6300 and ask for the Burial Plot. Volunteers need that Burial Plot info because the Cemeteries are too Large to find any Single grave with out it.
Lucky for you that East Boston is a local call.

As soon as you let us know the Grave Location we can find it almost immediately. I see you have been waiting over 3 years... Good Luck.
Celebrate Volunteerism.

Added by BobBoston on Aug 18, 2015 1:02 PM

Roibeard
RE: Maria Cipriano
You're very welcome. I am always surprised at the number of unmarked graves that exist. If you look at the request page for Holy Sepulchre, you'll see lots of red Problem Reports. Virtually all of them are for unmarked graves.

Added by Roibeard on Jun 15, 2015 1:30 PM

Roibeard
RE: Maria Cipriano
No, there is no headstone for Mary. The photo is of the plot where the grave is even though there is no headstone. The grave should be to the left of the Farina headstone. The Farina headstone is the one marked R-514-5. Grave R-514-1 would be to the left of R-514-5, since grave numbers run left to right even though plot numbers run right to left. At least one stone on the left of the photo is marked R-516.

Added by Roibeard on Jun 15, 2015 10:52 AM

Staci
RE: Rudolph Seifert
Sorry, there were no other Seiferts around. I posted the photos I took to Rudolph's findagrave page.

Staci

Added by Staci on Sep 15, 2014 2:25 PM

Linda Shepard Salzer
RE: North Cambridge Catholic
Nothing yet.

Added by Linda Shepard Salzer on Sep 14, 2014 4:50 PM

Staci
Rudolph Seifert
His grave is unmarked. I found where it was but there are no markings. I took a picture but it is just grass with no stone or marker.

Added by Staci on Sep 14, 2014 12:09 PM

Linda Shepard Salzer
North Cambridge Catholic
I e-mailed the cemetery to ask if they could either set any fallen gravestones back up or at least flip them inscription side up but have not recede any reply.

Added by Linda Shepard Salzer on Aug 06, 2014 9:34 AM

Kris D
RE: Lloyd E. Daniels
You are very welcome!

Added by Kris D on May 09, 2014 8:52 AM

ROI326
RE: Famiglietti headstone
You are welcome. The cemetery phone number is (516) 334-7990. Extension 111. Speak with Andreas.
I have talked with him. He said there is no record for Pasqualina, but if you give him the other names on the stone, perhaps he can get to the owner of the plot information and then expand from there. Joseph is the father, Pasqualina his wife. They were both born in Italy and came to USA between 1900 and 1909. They were married circa 1903. Angelo J. Famalett (different spelling)1904-1992 was their son and he had a son David D. Famalett who also died in 1992 at age 61. Perhaps his wife or children are still nearby and you could contact them. The local phone book has several Famaletts and Famigliettis. Google under Glen Cove, New York. Also, the marker for Angelo J. Famalett died 12 April 1992, says that the Whitting Funeral Home of Glen Head, NY handled the burial. You could call them. You should be able to gain a good picture of this family if you work on it. I'm not sure what you are hoping to accomplish. Best, Innis

Added by ROI326 on Dec 08, 2013 1:09 PM

Carrie Morgan
RE: Frederick L. Arthur
You are welcome. The Arthur Cem. is on White Oak Road in London, KY. It is only few minutes from my home. It is not a big graveyard, guessing maybe 40 or so burials.

Added by Carrie Morgan on Nov 06, 2013 12:32 PM

Sean Pickett
Senneville Gravestone
You're welcome. I added another photo from today with the stone completely dry.

Sean

Added by Sean Pickett on Apr 21, 2013 1:17 PM

Leslie R. Maylum III "Bud"
RE: Angelo DiSalvo photo
Glad I could help out, I found several others in the same area also so I have them as well, are you interested in them as well? Bud

Added by Leslie R. Maylum III "Bud... on Jan 17, 2013 5:54 AM

Liz (Roberts) Harris
West View Cem
Hello!
All the markers in West View Cem in Monroe Co Tn have have been photographed and added to Find a Grave. Sorry rhere is no legible marker for this person

Added by Liz (Roberts) Harris on Dec 30, 2012 10:28 PM

Christine S
RE: James W. Mulvey
You're welcome, Dolores.. My pleasure. I'm happy to help!

Happy Holidays!
Christine

Added by Christine S on Nov 24, 2012 5:22 AM

Charlie
RE: Rudolph Seifert
Yes the plot itself is not hard to find. I got a detailed map of the section from the office and double checked the location with a member of the grounds crew using surrounding markers as a reference.

Added by Charlie on Oct 16, 2012 5:17 PM

Dino
RE: Montecalvo gravestone
Very easy to find.

Added by Dino on Oct 06, 2012 12:20 PM

Christine S
RE: Charles Nielsen gravestone
Im so glad I could help, Dolores!!

Added by Christine S on Nov 26, 2011 5:38 PM

ditdit
Regular Photo
sorry I get it now- , sorry I do not give out my physical address, so please leave this request for someone who can upload a photo.
Thank you.
and
Take care.

Added by ditdit on Jul 28, 2011 3:56 PM

ditdit
Regular Photo
sorry I do not understand what you mean by a regular photo.

Added by ditdit on Jul 28, 2011 3:54 PM

Kathi and Teresa Adams
RE: Gravestone
You are welcome. We are glad we could help.

Teresa & Kathi

Added by Kathi and Teresa Adams on Jul 01, 2011 10:44 PM

khabarovsk
RE: Ciano gravestone
Her first name was spelled Carmella (two L's).
Her husbands name was Pasquale.

I didn't bring a plant to the grave, it was there
when I arrived! Perhaps someone else is visiting
this grave. The plant appears to be tiger lillies.

It is also possibly the cemetery staff is randomly distributing potted plants once a year to make the cemetery look nice.. I know they do this at a cemetery in Norwood MA.

Added by khabarovsk on Jun 22, 2011 9:43 PM

TECK
yellow object
sorry to take up all of your message space, but you can delete these. the item was similar to the little ceramics that come in a teabag package, so i did not look too closely. i just uploaded a closeup from my orig photo so you can take a better look at it/ then delete it if you wish
best
teck

Added by TECK on Jun 19, 2011 5:44 PM

TECK
photo request
i transferred walter anderson to you, so you should get a message to that effect. if you did a photo request for walter, the response will go to you and not to the person who created the memorial...unless it was also you who created the memorial :)

also note that if you are listed as a volunteer photographer, you will get all photo request emails for any cemeteries within your radius ... i think it is the 10 closest volunteers ( one fellow was making 10-20 requests at a time for cemeteries near me)
best
teck

Added by TECK on Jun 18, 2011 9:17 PM

 
 

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