|Lisa Smith (#47066418)|
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I was thrilled when I found this site. I have loved cemeteries since I was little and love the thought of making memorials for those we loved and those long ago forgotten about.|
I like to wander the cemetery and try to photograph an entire section. Not always an easy task. But well worth the effort.
If you see any errors or have additional information to add to my listings please let me know using the edit tab on the memorial.
Also, if we share any ancestors please contact me, I would love to share information, pictures, etc. My family names are my virtual cemeteries.
If you send me an email and do not hear from me, please send it again or send me a message thru the edit tab on the memorial. I see a lot of email from FAG contributors in my junk box. Not sure why some go there and some go to my inbox.
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|Trudy||Re: William Dorsey|
Thank you so much for the transfer and the great work you do on Find A Grave!
Added by Trudy on Jun 15, 2013 7:33 AM
Thank you so much! These are wonderful to see, and they help add some info to my (distant) family tree!
Added by lterech on Jun 02, 2013 1:11 PM
|lterech||Scalia headstone in New Cathedral|
I'm not sure if you get requests often, but I thought it was worth a shot. The photo you have of the two Scalia headstones in New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, MD, is great! Behind it, however, you can see another Scalia headstone. If you're ever wandering through that cemetery, could I ask that you grab a picture of it? I would myself, although I live in Ontario, Canada, and it just isn't that convenient :)
Thanks very much in advance, from one Lisa to another,
Added by lterech on May 27, 2013 6:51 PM
|David Roberts||RE: Joy|
All I had was a list of names of descendants of James Joy, co-founder [ca. 1851] of Joy Chapel M. E. Church & the person who donated the land for the cemetery & the first chapel . The chapel is now Hollywood United Methodist Church. I was glad when I found Howard S. Joy via a Find-a-Grave search. I had figured that this line had left St. Mary's County.
|Dan Stevenson||RE: Bachmann|
Thanks so much for the kind transfer of Mr. and Mrs. Bachman. I appreciate it very much.
San Diego, California
|msb||Henry Bankard #100879444|
Hi Lisa - again thanks for the photo of Henry's grave. Would you please also assign him over to me because he is a major part of my maternal relatives - Horn's, Bankard's, Stansburys, Rice's, Reppert's & Riefle's (to name a few) and I have at least two pages to write about his history. Thanks, Mary Bahr - my # is 19937462
Added by msb on May 06, 2013 8:06 AM
THANKS Lisa !!!
Added by msb on May 02, 2013 7:37 PM
|msb||Regina Horn - #100879557|
Hi Lisa - thank you for the WONDERFUL photo you took of the grave stone of my great, great grandmother, Regina Horn - memorial no. 100879557. My request is would you please transfer this memorial to me so I can add all my family history to it please? I have been looking for Regina Reppert Horn for years. I found her husband and his second wife, but now, more importantly, she is found too! I can't wait to tell my cousins. Thank you in advance for this transfer.
Mary Bahr - my contributor no. is 19937462
Added by msb on May 02, 2013 6:56 PM
|dianne p.||Holy Cross|
Hi Lisa, Thanks so much for the beautiful photos that you had taken in Holy Cross Cemetery. Some of those were of my aunts and uncles. I appreciate your time and effort. Dianne
|Tina McKee||John N Lentz|
Can you tranfer management to me please so I may add his obituary? This is my Great uncle x 2 thank you Tina Mckee
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