|Jeanne I. (#46781616)|
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I am fascinated by the architecture and stories of cemeteries. I currently live in the Hudson Valley of New York which is alive with history. I hope to help others locate the resting places of their friends and ancestors that have gone before them. I am a member of the New York Genealogical Society, the Dutchess County Genealogy Society and a volunteer for Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness group. Please try to include a grave location as many of the cemeteries are not always willing to help out the volunteers - it would make our job a little easier!|
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|Russ_T||Adam, Anna, John, & Jeanette King|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to seek the burial site of my great grandparents, Adam and Anna King and their son and daughter, John and Jeanette King, and for taking and uploading the photo of their marker.
Added by Russ_T on May 15, 2013 8:41 AM
|akun||August Matchekosky Gravestone picture|
I got your message about a problem getting August Matchekosky's gravestone picture. I cemetery gave me the information about where he is buried. Are you saying that his name and dates are not etched on the gravestone? I am wondering if they didn't have the name and dates put on the headstone, but he is still buried there. Do you think this could be the case?
Added by akun on May 14, 2013 7:10 PM
|Garnette Marlow||RE: St Lukes|
Wow... I need to check my messages. I'm a few years late, but YES; I would love to have the Rotherey grave photos.
Thank you in advance, Garnette
Thank you for his picture
Added by andieno on Mar 18, 2013 2:19 PM
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||RE: St John Cemetery - Queens|
I will do that this weekend. Thanks Gail
|seekerJay||RDC of Fishkill photos taken|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of the grave markers of "C C" (I was afraid that the poor little marker might be damaged or missing since the 2000 survey.); Catharyna Rombout (what a gorgeous memorial!); and the marker for little William Allen. It sounds like you got there just in time to get it recorded! I got a notice that the request was filled, but it hasn't yet been uploaded to William's memorial page. Let me know when you do! Again, thanks so much. I hope you and your camera didn't freeze to death, J
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||St John Cemetery - Queens|
I viewed your profile page and am wondering if you are going to be going to St John Cemetery in Middle Village at all in the near future? I know that it is one of the cemeteries that you have posted photos from and I am trying to find a volunteer who could take pictures of a memorial that I have there. I am perfectly OK with no for an answer. Thanks in advance and thanks for all that you do to help find a grave. Gail
|D. Gould Hall||RE: Roe|
Jeanne - any help is always welcomed. I'll let you know if I come up with any others from that area.
|D. Gould Hall||RE: Roe|
Thank you so very much for taking the photo and for looking for Matilda's headstone. I very much appreciate your kindness. I will investigate further and find out if Matilda is buried with William or somewhere else. The information came from a death certificate. I live in California and cannot say enough kind words to all the volunteers on Find A Grave. My whole family, including myself are all from the east and Midwest.
|Bob Neeper||Norman H Gray|
Just curious as to why you added this photo. He is my 3rd Great-Grand-Uncle (not a close relative) and I thought maybe it was a request from some other relative. Dorcas was his wife and B. W (Burgess) his son. Both are buried there also.
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