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I enjoy photographing headstones for requests when I can because I appreciate it so much when someone does so for me. Also, many headstones are worn and damaged and I feel that it is important to preserve them with a photo. I love the old stones, they're so beautiful; the carvings, the lettering, the statuary...sometimes I take photos and create memorials because I can't pass up such an amazing stone, in hopes that someday a relative will come looking for their ancestor's final resting place.|
I have created many memorials and I am happy to transfer those to relatives of the deceased who would like to maintain them.
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|Mrsswerv||Coburn Memorial Transfers|
In the beginning of April 2013, I sent you several transfer requests for various family members of the Coburn family related to me. Please review the requests and provide a status on these transfers. I maintain the memorials for several of our family members that are related to them and would like to get them all cross associated and updated.
Jessie Coburn 93137492
Ernest Coburn 93137497
Ethel Coburn 93137498
Eva Coburn 93137495
John Harvey Coburn 93137494
Mary Alice Sweeny Coburn 93137491
Thank you for your consideration of these transfer requests.
Added by Mrsswerv on May 12, 2013 3:36 PM
|Mary Suzanne Kuhel||Marie Antoinette Chapdelain|
Do you remember all the times I wondered where my great-grandmother was buried at? Well, tonight I found her record. Thanks to another volunteer who started a memorial, she has been located along with my great-grandfather and other family members. I don't know if I ever told you about the triplets who had been born with blue-baby syndrome, which is a faulty circulation of blood flow from the heart to the lungs.
My Grandma used to cry over these babies 60 years after they had died.
It was bittersweet finding out that they were buried there along with another infant brother.
My Grandma used to cry over her sister, Olive, who died from St. Vitas Dance, which actually is a complication from having had strep throat.
I have tried finding her death date, and tonight I discovered she is buried with her parents there as well.
I am so appreciative of the work that you and other volunteers do. It is a wonderful, loving gift to do this. I may never be able to make a trip to go to the cemetery, but I have been able to visit, and this has been very meaningful to me.
Just thought you would like to know that the mystery has finally been solved.
Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
I sent you many messages w/ additional info on memorials in Forestview Cemetery linking many family members you have made memorials for. Did you get them, or do you have the incomming SACs blocked?
Added by Samantha on Jan 27, 2013 10:04 AM
Thank you for transfering my Uncle Lee's memorial to me.
Best wishes in the New Year, Samantha :)
Added by Samantha on Jan 11, 2013 7:51 AM
|J E Strotman||photo|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo
Thank you for what you do
|GoldenJoe||Ida Bastiano Photo Attempt|
Thank you so much for trying....
|Rosanna Pete||RE: Kelli|
I am having a problem locating my great great grandmothers grave. She was orginally buried at Sunset cemetery in San Francisco, then they moved the graves. In 1917 we think she was moved to Olivet, in Colma.
Mary Piscitello born abt 1845 died Aug. 6, 1915.
Thank you for any help.
|Wayne Shinkle||RE: Ernest Peace Photo|
You're absolutely correct.. Thanks again..
|S. Pisciotta||Italian Cemetery|
here is a link I found at the family search site,
Italian Cemetery Records, 1899-2011
This has ALL of the folks buried there with their correct birth and death dates, how they died with plot locations etc.....
|K McCarthy||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the Bellante grave marker photos. Appreciate it very much!
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