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KC (#48123290)
 member for 2 years, 6 months, 18 days
Thank you very much for taking the pictures of the marker of David J. McNeice and Florence McNeice. It is appreciated!

Added by VictoriaN on Sep 18, 2015 12:47 PM

Dianne Delitto
William Graf at Beth Israel

I just posted a photo for Wm Graf's memorial and found the following in the same plot:
Thelma Nesselroth Graf born July 4, 1901 in Rajcza Austria-Hungary; died August 19, 1999.

Betty Nesselroth Apr 16, 1904-Sept. 27, 1983;

Sidney Nesselroth Oct 15, 1903 - Aug 16, 1971.

If you want to create the memorials, I will post the photos; or I can do both. You do not have to request on F.A.G., just e-mail me.


Added by Dianne Delitto on Aug 20, 2015 10:39 AM

RE: Alida M. Rusch

Glad to help. Lovely cemetery.

Added by dorisG on Aug 20, 2015 9:11 AM

James Osborne
Gildo L. DiBona
Thanks for taking the photo of Mr. DiBona's gravestone. He fought from Anzio through France and into Germany earning at least 2 Purple Hearts and 1 Bronze Star. Best regards, James

Added by James Osborne on Jul 31, 2015 8:18 AM

Peggy Smith
Torrey pictures
Thank you for taking the time to get the inscription on the headstone of Joshua and Jane Torrey.They are my 6th Great-Grandparents.

Added by Peggy Smith on Jul 26, 2015 11:24 AM

Richard Lindsley
On I see that you requested a photo of a memorial in Van Liew Cemetery. I am planning to visit this cemetery this summer. I will do you a favor of trying to get this photo if you supply me with the Lot & Plot number of the person you are looking for.
All you have to do is contact the cemetery office and request the plot & lot #. If the person was a relative of yours tell them so, I have found this to HELP also tell them it is for family research and you are doing this for profit.

Added by seekers on Jun 18, 2015 4:58 PM

RE: Phyllis E. Ruth Oliver
Hi Karen!
It's #46269967

Added by kaybelle on Jun 15, 2015 7:26 PM

RE: Phyllis E. Ruth Oliver
Guy is Thomas Oliver's Father.
Guy was married to Agnes Marie Devine. (8/24/1894-March 1978)

Agnes is buried in Yuma, AZ. She has a find a grave.

Added by kaybelle on Jun 15, 2015 12:59 PM

RE: Phyllis E. Ruth Oliver
Hi Karen!
Thank you SO SO much! I have seen the photo. I m very new at this website and I had to figure out how to login and contact you. I have the mobile app but it doesn't allow
Me to send messages or view them.

So, I finally figured out I needed to login from the internet. I was thrilled to see the photo.

It looks so beautiful there. Phyllis is resting with her husband. Thomas passed on January 20, 2013. The date needs to be added. He was a 1st LT in WWII.

I had been trying to find Guy. He came from
Italy. He was brought here as a baby by his parents.
His given name was Gaetano Francis Oliva. But he changed it to Guy Oliver.

He operated Modern Blue Prints and they did blue promoting for the military during the war.

I appreciate you going out so much. I am in CA and have 4 daughters under 11. I'm going to go to the cemetery here, and fulfill the requests for people as you did for

Thank you.


Added by kaybelle on Jun 15, 2015 8:45 AM

Torrey Pictures
Thanks so much for putting up Joshua Torrey, Joseph Torrey & Jane Lovell Torrey's headstone photos. Your efforts are truly appreciated. :)

Added by luv2read on Jun 14, 2015 11:31 PM

RE: Alta Mesa
Thanks Karen
Did she give you a map or anything? I don't have specific info on how to find it, but would definitely do it for you. Also, ask if there is a sign in process or some timeframe I'm supposed to be there that is acceptable.


Added by JanAhrens on Apr 29, 2015 4:34 PM

Thank You!
Thank you so much for photographing my ancestor's tombstone. I appreciate it so much! Thanks again.

Added by kwendelboe on Apr 28, 2015 8:58 AM

Alta Mesa
Hello. I live near Alta Mesa cemetery, which is private. The director there said that I could come and take a picture for you of your specific headstone if you email her directly with your name and your familial relationship to the person whose headstone picture you would like to have taken.

Her name is Robin Mclaughlin and her email is

Jan Joyce Ahrens

Added by JanAhrens on Apr 16, 2015 4:11 PM

Robin Maloney
RE: Alfred Tirrell
Thank you Karen.

Added by Robin Maloney on Mar 22, 2015 10:34 AM

Bobdick Burden
picture from Alta Mesa
I been taken pictures at Alta Mesa for over three years now, the Staff always been more then helpful, thing have change. The cemetery is been Sued by some one over a picture posted in Fane A grave websit. You will need to contact them for any pictures or information or call 650-493-1041. if you get the information as to the location and post it on you memorial sit I con get the picture for you, hope this help you on your Quest.

Added by Bobdick Burden on Mar 15, 2015 11:40 AM

Jan Heller
RE: Gerard E. Lindsley
It was my pleasure. I work about 2000 feet from the cemetery, so it was a piece of cake. ~Jan

Added by Jan Heller on Mar 07, 2015 4:42 AM

RE: Clarence A. Meyer
KC I have transferred the memorial to you.

Added by Elizabeth on Feb 26, 2015 2:22 AM

RE: family tree
Sounds good. Talk to you soon.

Added by ackluv on Feb 22, 2015 11:53 AM

family tree
Hi Aunt Karen,

Nice to hear from you as well. Thank you for the information. My daughter is very interesting in learning about family history and it would be fun to share with the boys someday too. I don't know very much so it will be exciting to look at all of that. I was not sure it was you at first. :). Feel free to email me if you would like to catch up on things.

Added by ackluv on Feb 21, 2015 9:26 PM

RE: Great Grandfather
Hi KC,
Yes, it's does stand for Nantucket. It's where my heart hometown or so I call it. I believe it is my family. If I am correct, you are my aunt.

Added by ackluv on Feb 21, 2015 8:17 PM

Great Grandfather
Hello KC. It is wonderful to see family history that I never knew.

Added by ackluv on Feb 21, 2015 3:41 PM

13th Generation Fairbanks in America
RE: Owen Baker
Hi. I'd like to take credit for taking the photo so quickly, but truth be told I have been photographing that cemetery for quite some time and have a backlog of photos to post. Mr. Baker's photo was in my file, so I was able to pull it up and post it when you requested it. With well over 50K interred in that cemetery, it's quite a task to upload photos as quickly as I take them, but thanks for your acknowledgement. I'm glad it could help you with your research. Warm regards.

Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Feb 10, 2015 6:46 AM

Cat Bauer
RE: Christian Frederick
Dear Karen,

Yes, I remember Uncle Hap, but I did not understand who he was. In my first novel, HARLEY, LIKE A PERSON, there is a funeral scene where I fictionalized the death of my Grandmother Dorothy with what really happened at the funeral of Uncle Hap - with the growling stomach, and everyone bursting into laughter. Now you tell me he was my Great-grandmother Elizabeth's brother. It is a lot to take in.

Yes, it is true that my grandparents moved to Montreat, NC where Billy Graham lived. I loved it there.

I will go on and try to find things, and I will email you.

I am very happy to have a new cousin!


Added by Cat Bauer on Feb 05, 2014 2:06 PM

Cat Bauer

"the mother of my grandfather, Christian Frederick Bauer" should read "Christian Harry Bauer."

Though there is so much confusion about these names... I was even told that the correct name was Christian Frederick Wilhelm "Harry" Bauer.

Added by Cat Bauer on Feb 04, 2014 2:03 PM

Cat Bauer
Christian Frederick "Chris" Bauer
Dear Karen,

Now I have stumbled upon another tomb you have recorded, that of my great-grandfather, Christian Frederick "Chris" Bauer. I knew my great-grandfather very well, better than my own grandfather. I loved him. He was from Germany, and I can tell you many stories about him. I am very curious about his dates because the tomb (born 1879) does not match the description (April 21, 1878 to Sept. 5, 1971). For me, for my memory, the death date is correct, but where is HE buried? How strange is this Bauer grave site you are photographing that has the wives of Bauers, but none of the Bauer men themselves! We have a family plot, but only the wives are plotted there? Very curious. Do you know where my great-grandfather is?

I now realize that your Great Aunt, Elizabeth Louisa Huber Bauer, is the wife of my Great-Grandfather, whom I adored, which makes her my Great-grandmother, the mother of my grandfather, Christian Frederick Bauer, and the REAL GRANDMOTHER OF MY OWN FATHER, Christian Harry Bauer Bauer III. Elizabeth would have died when my Dad was only three years old, and when my grandfather was 27-years-old, which puts a lot of family dynamics into perspective. My great-grandfather re-married
a Mrs. Bodin; I don't know when, but when I came into the picture in 1955, things had changed considerably.

So, my great-grandmother was your grandmother's sister. I am trying to compute that... your grandmother must have been a younger sister in the family. In any event, we are REALLY related!

My great-grandfather came from Germany and there is a lot of mystery about his past. If I am figuring correctly, your great-aunt is the sister of his FIRST wife, the mother of my grandfather, the grandmother of my father. Because there was a SECOND wife... now I understand where my Uncle Paul Bodin comes in, because he was my grandfather's half or step brother. THOSE are the relatives I know... even though they are not my blood relatives, they are my relatives by marriage. (No one takes the time to explain these things to a child.)

I am eager to learn everything you have discovered if you have the time to point me in the right direction.


Catherine Ann "Cat" Bauer

Added by Cat Bauer on Feb 04, 2014 1:57 PM


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