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ROI326 (#47633060)
 member for 2 years, 8 months, 26 days
Patricia Corbett
Sophie and Philip Schmeizer
I was wondering if you could help me. It was so nice of you to get a picture of Sophie and Philip Schmeizer's resting place for me. Next to them is Sophie's sister Elizabeth nickname Betty and her husband Rudy Kirchner..(Rudy may be a nickname and I am not certain of the spelling of their last name) I was hoping if you go out to the cemetery again I would so appreciate a picture of Kirchner family resting place.

Added by Patricia Corbett on Jun 24, 2014 9:20 AM

Patricia Corbett
Sophie and Philip Schmeizer
I am so grateful to you for getting the picture of Philip and Sophie's resting place! Thank you so much.

Added by Patricia Corbett on Jun 23, 2014 1:32 PM

RE: Brunetta Lewis
Providing the locations was very helpful. I could fulfill so many more if more people would provide the location in the cemetery as you did. I am glad I could help.

Added by SLeamon on Mar 29, 2014 7:16 PM

Jenn O.
Donald Fraser - Arlington
Just uploaded a photo for Donald. Also on the stone are Albert & Martha Fraser. They already had memorials here so I've uploaded my photo for them as well.


Added by Jenn O. on Feb 02, 2014 2:28 PM

Thank You so much
Thank you so much for taking your time out to take these pics! Patrick an Ellen are my wife's great grandparents. Patrick was a well known & liked Irish American who was named Grand Marshall of more St. Patrick's Day events than anyone else in his time or maybe even to this date.

Once again, Thank you!

Added by piper3130 on Jan 20, 2014 11:21 AM

Wladyslaw S
Thank you very much, for your work, pictures you have taken my family are very important

Added by Wladyslaw S on Jan 20, 2014 1:35 AM

Rev. Rick Stoneking
RE: Edward Lewis
You are most welcome. F.A.G. is just one of the tools I use in my own genealogy work so I saw a perfect opportunity to give back in a real and caring way.

I am disabled so my wife Karen has to take me around and also helps me doing Searches and Photographs. It is often not convenient for us to lower the scooter for me to use or when I use my power wheelchair, so in such cases, she takes the pictures. It is a team effort that we both enjoy doing. Doing it together is a bonus.

I pray for your continued success in your own genealogical endeavors.

God Bless You

Rev. Rick Stoneking & Wife Karen

Added by Rev. Rick Stoneking on Dec 15, 2013 9:51 PM

RE: Famiglietti headstone
That is great information and I thank you. I am trying to find out if Pasqualina IS a family member. My Famiglietti family mostly came from Frigento, Italy. Did you hear of that town when you talked with the cemetery by any chance?


Added by Dolores on Dec 08, 2013 2:30 PM

Famiglietti headstone
Again, many thanks for the photos. Would you give me the address of the cemetery. I would like to call to see if I am able to get more information.


Added by Dolores on Dec 07, 2013 4:16 PM

Famiglietti headstone
Thank you very much for the photos!


Added by Dolores on Dec 07, 2013 4:13 PM

Linda West Hume
RE: Alexandria Cemetery
We are always glad to get the information added. Thanks for your help.

Added by Linda West Hume on Nov 05, 2013 8:41 AM

Linda West Hume
RE: Alexandria Cemetery
Go ahead and enter her and any information you have, on Find A Grave. This cemetery has LOTS of burials not on the site. Someone is working on taking pictures of the stones, so then we will probably add more burials.
The cemetery records say she was Greg's wife, but he isn't buried there, I don't think.
She is in Block 2, Lot 59.

Added by Linda West Hume on Nov 04, 2013 8:08 PM

Mary Briggs
Roberta Helen Fraser Austin
The picture I placed on this memorial is not a good one. Perhaps you will want to put your request back on Find A Grave.

Aunt Roberta was special to me. She took me into her care when I was five years of age and didn't want to go into Fort Kent where everyone spoke French. I'm sorry now that I didn't because Great Grandma Austin was such a nice lady and although the family spoke French for her, she had said a few words in English to me.

Mary (Austin) Briggs

Added by Mary Briggs on Nov 03, 2013 1:40 PM

Michael Towers
RE: Greenwood Cemetery
I noticed you have two Travers requests. I can put up the same set of pictures but, again, James Travers is the only name inscribed on the monument.

In fact, do you want me to add these photos to all of the Travers in this particular lot?

Added by Michael Towers on Jun 12, 2012 5:21 PM

Michael Towers
RE: Greenwood Cemetery
I should have been more clear in the caption. That inscription was the only one on the monument. I checked all four sides.

I will add this comment to the pictures.

Let me know if you need anything more.

Added by Michael Towers on Jun 12, 2012 9:04 AM

Nelson Schenck
thanks for the info -- I have updated the memorial.

Added by Donna on Mar 28, 2012 6:41 AM

Deborah Gliva
RE: William H. Gilchrist
Hello! According to cemetery records, Nancy Webster Gilchrist is also buried at the cemetery; born 4 Jan 1817, married 10 Feb 1842, died 15 May 1891. Would this be William Gilchrist's wife? I photographed the entire cemetery and did not find a stone, so perhaps they share this one. It is very hard to read; I used water & soft brush to clean the lichen and was able to make out the name. The stone appears to have been broken and the top part set in a new base; you can see part of a carving at the base.

Added by Deborah Gliva on Oct 26, 2011 12:55 AM

Diana Coles Haselmyer
Joseph Frazier
Thank you for your efforts.

Added by Diana Coles Haselmyer on Oct 25, 2011 8:27 PM


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