|Bill Daugherty||McCalla Photos|
Thanks for the McCalla photos. I submitted some updates, based on your photos.
Added by Bill Daugherty on Jan 18, 2016 6:40 AM
|melbutera||Butera in Rosemont Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of my great grandfather's stone from Rosemont cemetery in Bloomsburg. I looked for so long for photo of him, but no one has it He died when my father was only two and there just are no survivors left from his generation. Seeing a photo of his grave is the closest thing I have. Thank you so much for your time. I used to photograph graves for databases, too, and have gotten away from it. Finding this stone is reminding me how important it is to do-- I will start again.
Melanie Butera, DVM
Added by melbutera on Jan 12, 2016 12:08 PM
|James Johnston||RE: Munson Requests|
I already have a copy of the death certificate from Ancestry. And thanks for all the edit requests. Typical for a military background to do a complete job - top to bottom. Thanks for your Navy service!
Added by James Johnston on Jan 11, 2016 5:15 PM
|James Johnston||Catherine Munson 30502855|
Super job! I must say you take great pictures. It's so nice to not only get the headstone but others in the area. Especially nice to get a landmark in the background to help me find it if I ever get there! Thanks again!
Added by James Johnston on Jan 11, 2016 5:02 PM
|dyo||Brandt @ Riverview|
Thanks so much for the gravestone photo and for creating a memorial for the wife, as well!
Added by dyo on Jan 09, 2016 8:00 AM
THANK YOU so much for the info on Mary! I truly appreciate it!
Added by LRobin on Jan 09, 2016 4:50 AM
You noticed that I left flowers on the Find A Grave Memorial# 111757096 for Ruth Phyllis (Wagner) Dominguez and asked if i was related.
Yes, distantly. Through the Moyers i believe.
Added by Carrie on Dec 18, 2015 10:38 AM
|Anne||Photo of Myrtle Barr's Stone.|
Andre thank you for taking time to photo of her stone.
Now I know who her husband is.
Also many thanks for repairing the stone of George Frederick and Rose (Rosina) Worner in Lancaster Cemetery.
Looks good as new and would never know it get knocked of the base.
Added by Anne on Dec 15, 2015 7:46 PM
|S M||Mary Tarbottom Stine|
Thank you for attempting to take the photo of my ancestor Mary TArbottom stine who someone posted as being buried in the incorrect cemetery.She is instead buried with her husband in Memorial Gardens Cemetery and I have her info on there.I informed the member managing the incorrect listing that she is not buried there and the memorial needs to be removed. THANK YOU for attempting to take the photo and for sending me the info. I do appreciate that. Sue Stine Mason (SM)
Added by S M on Dec 08, 2015 3:17 PM
|CryptoGram||RE: Sophia & Frederick Zimmer|
How encouraging for you to make such kind remarks, Andre...I often try to revisit pictures I add and post a crop with just names & dates. Guess I won't if the Zimmers can be read fine enough by just click/enlarging them ~ :°)
Added by CryptoGram on Nov 20, 2015 9:56 AM
|Jeff Sheaffer||Thanks Again!|
Cheers... and here's another big "Thank You!" I appreciate you taking the time to locate Evelyn Huss's burial site, and for creating and posting both the photo and cemetery report. As always the photos are Hi-res and the reports are well prepared, extremely useful, and professional quality.
Hope you don't mind, but I download both the photos and cemetery reports.
Added by Jeff Sheaffer on Oct 27, 2015 7:43 PM
|Heather Erickson||RE: Charles Hardy plot|
The location was provided by the office at Fairmount. A Find A Grave "expert", VDR, for Fairmount helped me get the info. She's done thousands of photo requests and most of them at Fairmount so she's awesome at getting detailed directions.
The office told her Charles was in an unmarked plot between George Mays and Leonard Palmer. I was able to find their marked graves, several feet apart from each other. There could be a couple spaces between them, however, there was one sunken spot that suggested a grave was there. This block had a lot of sunken spots in front of grave stones so I suspect the indented spot (hard to see in photo) is where Charles Hardy is located.
Added by Heather Erickson on Oct 25, 2015 8:26 AM
Thank you so much! I thought I was crazy not being able to find it as I looked at every headstone!
Added by Bionicmom on Oct 22, 2015 7:06 PM
|Holly Haines||Photo Request for John Eicholtz|
I called the cemetery and they were willing to give the information, but their records don't go back that far. War veterans may be at the back of the cemetery, but that was all they could say. John Eicholtz is the husband of my GGGGG Aunt Hannah Haines.
Thanks for trying!
Added by Holly Haines on Aug 31, 2015 12:25 PM
|Sandy Walters||Reidenbachs in Lancaster Cemetery|
I want to thank you for documenting the gravesites of my great grandmother Elizabeth Reidenbach and her two children.
I visited the cemetery years before but I did not take a photo of the site.
I understand this was a paupers' burial spot.
I have not been able to locate my gr gr grandfather, Christian Reidenbach, Elizabeth's husband, who died in Lancaster. I suspect he was buried in the same unmarked plot but his name doesn't appear in the records.
Added by Sandy Walters on Aug 20, 2015 3:05 PM
|Jeff Sheaffer||Thank Again!|
I greatly appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to locate Violet M. Wolf's burial site, while braving the heat.
New topic; thanks for creating Memorials for both Elizabeth and Gerald Haines. Elizabeth and Violet were sisters.
Added by Jeff Sheaffer on Aug 06, 2015 6:32 PM
|Marti Drumheller||Harry & Ethel Pabst|
THANK YOU very much for the great pictures.. I really appreciate your time and efforts on behalf of finding two family members that have been missing for over fifty years....
Added by Marti Drumheller on Jul 24, 2015 6:42 PM
Thank you so much for photographing my family's graves in Lancaster Cemetery! Those tombstones are some of the last ones of my ancestors that I've yet to see. Some day I hope to make it out to Lancaster again to see them. Thanks again!
Added by buckeyegirl1721 on Jul 21, 2015 7:34 AM
|carole taylor puntenney||35831759|
Andre great photo thank you so much..
however, this nosy lady was trying to read the poem or prayer on the headstone but gosh
can not quite make it out. all I can tell is, it is in english.. Anyway you can add to the memorialthe "inscription" or email me so I can read it.? Thank you so much again
Added by carole taylor puntenney on Jul 19, 2015 3:31 PM
|Jonathan Beacher||Thanks from Georgia!|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Samuel Beecher and wife Eleanor! I live in Georgia so having a volunteer like yourself helping is so wonderful. I'll return the favor by fulfilling a few Find-A-Grave photo requests for others need photos here in Georgia. Pass it on!
Added by Jonathan Beacher on Jul 14, 2015 7:24 AM
Thank you so much for getting those photos of Christianna Smith's gravestone. They were perfect. I truly appreciate you taking the time to do that. Thanks again.
Added by Sly on Jul 12, 2015 11:20 PM
|Debbie Ellsworth||Memorial# 39972101|
Your pictures of Joshua and Marcus' headstone are amazing. Thank you so very much for taking them. I hope to see it in person soon.
Thank you again. ~Deb
Added by Debbie Ellsworth on Jul 04, 2015 3:34 PM
|Margaret Reed Maryott||Anna Stuber Breneisen Rineer-#120594894|
Hi Andre, Thank you so much for your quick response to my request for a photo of Anna's headstone and for all the pictures that you took of her family-they are so fantastic. I will be using them in my personal family genealogy records and giving you full credit for taking them. What you do for complete strangers is a selfless gift to all of us. May God bless you and yours. Thank you for such a wonderful gift, Margie Maryott
Added by Margaret Reed Maryott on Jul 01, 2015 9:57 PM
|Dennis Brandt||Christian Graeff photo|
Thanks! The wife's maiden name led me to the discovery of other children.
Added by Dennis Brandt on Apr 28, 2015 7:42 AM
|Joshua McCown||Emma C Pontz|
Thank you for the photos of Emma (Jacob) Pontz's gravesite. The stone in the foreground is particularly interesting. The names inscribed in the stone are Jacob and Emma's grandchild and wife. The stone looks older than the inscriptions. Do you suppose that is Emma's stone or is she in the mausoleum? Very peculiar. Thanks again!
Added by Joshua McCown on Apr 25, 2015 7:51 AM