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|Dan||Hannah Frances Hollingworth|
Could you remove the photo with text on #111175414.
Added by Dan on Mar 20, 2015 7:42 PM
|ddjohnsonri||RE: regarding Spitsberg|
I took another look, turned up the brightness on my screen, and the important information is actually readable. I sent Edits tab suggestions for dates of birth and death and first name David. Please look at your profile page for pending edits. I was waiting to send you a full translation of the inscription, since there were a handful of words that I couldn't make out. But I will send the readable part of the inscription in another suggestion now; later when we get a clearer photo I can try again to fill in the gaps.
From marriage record, census info, etc:
David was the son of Morris and Ida (Brown) Spitsberg. He married Gertrude "Lottie" Greenfield (1888-1966) on 29 Jun 1909 in Lawrence, MA. Their children were Mitchell and Esther.
I have just come across your posting of the grave site for Margaretha and Louis Reissmann. They are my great-grandparents, so I am curious as to who else is interested in their grave. The stone you photographed was purchased by my father and his cousin a number of years ago, and to this day I plant flowers there each summer. If you have more Reissmann family history, I would be interested in it. I also have some I would be glad to share.
|J Landers||RE: 112852115|
Have deleted it. Thanks for the info.
|Stan Arnold||Page Memorials|
Thank you very much for the transfer of the Edmund and Abigail Page memorials!--Stan
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