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Autistic Wonderboy (#47056267)
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Bio Photo As my Findagrave Profile name suggests, I am one of the many people to be diagnosed with Autism (Aspergers, to be specific). As one diagnosed with this syndrome, one of my characteristics is that I focus my attention around specific subjects. Most people with Autism or Aspergers may focus thier attention on dogs or subway routes. During my early high school years, I was fixated with graves after I stumbled across Findagrave. I would usually travel to cemeteries within my neck of the woods (Pennsylvania's Main Line), or whenever I was on vacation. Eventually, I felt that my fixation with cemeteries became morbid, so I slowly shifted my attention onto another subject: the US Presidents. To this day, I can still recite (1) the names of the Presidents of the United States in chronological order from George Washington to Barrack Obama, (2) the years they served in office, and (3) thier Vice Presidents. I also have an odd interest in visting State Capitol Buildings. Every once in a while, however, I would enjoy roaming around a cemetery (mainly if a President was buried in the cemetery). In October 2008, I decided to create my own Findagrave account, so here I am =)

DISCLAIMER: As of January 1, 2013, I'm taking a year off (& possibly a little longer) to spend some time away from FAG so I can focus more on my own personal life. I'll be back sometime in (or after) 2014, but right now I just need to focus on my own personal life -- meaning, until then, I do not wish to get any personal e-mails asking to fulfill FAG requests.
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debbie donehower-adams
James and Helen Miller
You probably can not begin to comprehend how very much your photo of my grandparents grave means to me. My mother was 4 months pregnant with me when my grandmother passed away, suddenly and unexpectedly. I have been trying for years for someone to give me a photo of my grandparents grave.Thank you so much for fulfilling my request. it means so much to me!
Added by debbie donehower-adams on May 02, 2016 9:12 PM
Joan (Wyatt) Bradley
Photo Request - Elizabeth Sarah Tait
Hello! I appreciate your taking my photo request for Elizabeth Sarah Tait (FindAGrave 91324385). When I looked at it, however, I discovered this photo is not of her tombstone but is for two other people in the cemetery -- Dr. James Tait 142544685 and his wife, Susan Tait, 913243878. Their memorials have no photo and it would be wonderful to post this photo on each of their memorials. Would you like to do that so your name appears on it? If you prefer, I could copy the photo over to their memorials, but then it would show my name, not yours as is proper. You would also want to delete it from memorial 91324385, Elizabeth's grave.

I read your bio on FindAGrave and want you to know we researchers appreciate your involvement with this web site! Thanks!
Added by Joan (Wyatt) Bradley on May 02, 2016 6:41 PM
judy carney peacock
Dill Family
I don't think I ever thanked you for the photos you added in March. Somehow I forgot. Thanks so much! It makes the memorials complete.
Added by judy carney peacock on May 02, 2016 3:05 PM
Mark D Anderson
Lewis Campbell
I appreciate your efforts to photograph the gravestone for my relatives Lewis and Jane Campbell. Many thanks!
Added by Mark D Anderson on May 01, 2016 7:48 PM
Jerry Fair
PFC Thomas John Burt
Thank you for honoring Korean War veteran by taking a photo of his grave marker. Sadly, there are veterans in St. Matthews who do not have grave markers.

Regards,

Jerry Fair

U.S. Army veteran
Added by Jerry Fair on May 01, 2016 6:25 PM
Alexandra
Laird Park, Jr.
Hello - I believe you may have attached the son to the father for memorial 91229905. If you check the dates you will find the image and memorial are off by a generation...
Thank you.

And thank you for Lucy Park!
Added by Alexandra on Apr 30, 2016 1:02 PM
Alexandra
Laird Park, Jr.
Thank you for posting the photo of his tombstone.
Best,
Alexandra
Added by Alexandra on Apr 30, 2016 12:59 PM
Nick Christhilf
Zehnder family graves West Laurel Hill
Thank you ever so much for your efforts on my behalf. In spite of Jacob's death certificate indicating his birth month as "Jan." from my research, I am fairly certain that it was supposed to be June 11, 1835 as his mother, Katarina Marie (Dauderman) Zehnder had another boy, Johann Jacob Zehnder, that same day according to the church record. In any case, your pics are most appreciated. Regards, Nick Christhilf
Added by Nick Christhilf on Apr 29, 2016 4:13 PM
James Osborne
Hugh L. Cairns
Thanks very much for taking the photograph of Mr. Cairn's grave marker. He joined the 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division in November 1943 in Italy. He was wounded in action during a major German counter attack on the Anzio beachhead in February 1944. Thanks again! James
Added by James Osborne on Apr 29, 2016 4:44 AM
Jerry Fair
PFC John J. Cassidy, Jr
Thank you for honoring a World War II veteran by adding his grave marker to his memorial.

Jerry Fair
U.S. Army veteran
Added by Jerry Fair on Apr 28, 2016 5:12 PM
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