|Cheryl Cayemberg (#47271088)|
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I'm a genealogist and geneablogger who has been tracing my family since 2001. I understand how useful finding that tombstone can be (especially with a picture!). Please don't hesitate to request a cemetery photo from the Colorado Springs, CO area. Transcriptions are always great, but a picture gives you that firm piece of evidence and documenting the sources for your family tree is always so important!|
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|Ann Rappel||RE: Horatio's photo|
You are quite welcome...my pleasure!
|Daniel Richard Gemmell||RE: Dugan|
Yes, I am not related to Grace, but I will research her and put in her information.
|Danny Riley||RE: America Chittenden|
|Rob Watson||RE: Eugene Villers|
I posted a closeup photo for Eugene Villers. It was a nice sunny day, so you can read the inscription. Also, I posted both photos for Eugene on the duplicate St Hubert's page.
|Rob Watson||RE: Eugene Villers|
You're welcome for the photos. You may use them as you wish. I posted the photos for Teresa on the memorial you created. The stone has complete dates for her. Also, I posted them on the duplicate St Huberts Cemetery page. (The town of Rosiere is on County road X which is the border between Door and Kewaunee Counties. The part of the town that has the church and cemetery is on the south side of County X and is in Kewaunee county. Apparently someone thought there were two cemeteries: St Hubert in Door County and St Huberts in Kewaunee County, but there is only one. Some of the graves are duplicated.)
|Rob Watson||Eugene Villers|
I posted the photo for Eugene and I also have photos for Teresa who is on the same stone. Do you want to create a memorial for Teresa and I will post the photos for her? Unfortunately the stone is very weathered and difficult to read. The sun was at the perfect angle to highlight the lettering on Teresa's side. If we get another sunny day here I will return and get a close up photo of Eugene's side. If I get the sun at the right angle it should make the lettering readable.
|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella||Dugan stone|
Hi-please feel free to do what you would like with those pics-Im just sorry they werent more informative with the exact names you wanted-thats all I could find in the locale you gave! If there are anymore you want-just email me anytime-enjoy-this is so interesting and I love it! Take care!
Charlene Stiffinella #47196955
|PatS||RE: Tamara Laurent|
I would not mind one bit if you used the photograph for other genealogy purposes. In fact, I took another photograph, two stones to the left, off another Laurent, Larry C. b:1940 d:2009. Is that a relative? I could post it if you like.
Also, between Tamara and Larry's stones, is a stone for Michael, son of Gerald-Gloria Cottrell b:1956 and d:1970 -- would that also be a relative?
Added by PatS on Oct 09, 2011 9:56 AM
|Bruce Speck||RE: Mildred Bronsavage|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could assist you. Feel free to use my tombstone photos for your family research.
|Michael W. McCormick||Hello|
I was looking at the Holy Cross Cemetery by Philadelphia because I may be going there to photograph a couple headstones for a client. It is nice to see you on another genealogy site. :)
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