|Andrew Kimmell (#47155516)|
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I have been doing genealogy off and on for a long time. I started when someone gave me a large printout of a family tree with 6 generation on it.|
The did it on an apple 2E or something.
I thought the information should be preserved in a computer program so I bought family tree maker and input all the names.
I tried finding new relatives on my own and went to a couple cemeteries and got some pictures of head stones.
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|Jim Craig||RE: Haskell and Muriel Hork Pictures|
Hi Andy -
If you need anything else in Chicago just let me know.
|Nancy Skei||RE: Mary Louise Page Ferrey and Family|
I don't have any pictures of this part of the family yet but I certainly will after next Tuesday! I will add to the Find a Grave site.
I'm a new contributor and have a grave to find too. I'll get to town tomorrow. I know how important it is to people.
Thank you again.
|Nancy Skei||Mary Louise Page Ferrey and Family|
Thank you so much for this! Your timing was wonderful since we have a family reunion of this side of the Bruner clan for the very first time in a week. I will be able to add these missing pictures for everyone.
Nancy Carmel Valley, CA
|Debbie||RE: George Eisenbaugh @ Holy Sepulcher|
Thank you for the information, but I didn't change the cemetery address or listing. That's something that FindAGrave has to do.
Added by Debbie on Aug 31, 2010 3:34 PM
|Debbie||George Eisenbaugh @ Holy Sepulcher|
This is pretty much all that I have:
On Saturday, October 10, 1959, at San Leandro, California, formerly of Baltimore, Maryland, George L., retired police officer, beloved husband of Rose Eisenbaugh (nee Carberry), father of Mary Jane Gonzales and Ruth E. Dodson.
Services at the Santos & Robinson Funeral Home, San Leandro, California. Interment in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Haywayrd, California, on October 13, 1959.
Baltimore Sun, October 12, 1959
thanks for your help
Added by Debbie on Aug 23, 2010 9:00 AM
|SherryG||RE: Celia Halperin|
Thanks, Andrew...I'm very happy I could help. Do let me know if you hear a stone is placed for your Aunt Celia and I'll add a new photo for her page. All the best-
Added by SherryG on Jun 28, 2010 7:07 PM
|SherryG||RE: Celia Halperin|
I posted the photo for Celia. I'm sure I'll be back there again over the summer so I'll check. If you happen to hear that the stone has been set, just drop me a note. I also made a page for Harold and transferred it to you. All the best. ~Sherry
Added by SherryG on Jun 18, 2010 11:25 AM
I did locate and photograph Celia's grave this afternoon, but I wanted to check with you before I posted the picture. There is no marker on her grave and the plot has not been seeded or sodded. There is a temporary marker but it is broken and in pretty bad shape. She is buried next to Harold and he does have a stone which I photographed. Please let me know what you would like me to do. All the best, Sherry
Added by SherryG on Jun 17, 2010 10:01 PM
|JAB||RE: Thanks for Abraham and Mae Kimmell|
His isn't too bad, just hard to get lettering to show more. I even tried wetting his marker. Like I explained in the caption to the photo, Mae still has the temporary marker after 13 years, she doesn't have a stone grave marker like Abraham. Maybe you can check and see if she was supposed to?
Added by JAB on May 18, 2010 8:46 PM
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Norman & Genevieve Dolinko pics|
Your welcome Andrew and glad I could help you out.
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