|John Martine (#45450773)|
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I am a 47 years old, I live near Chicago. I always liked history and cemeteries. I always saw cemeteries as a link with the past. There is just so much history in them. I also like the 19th sculpture work. On our family drivong trips when I was little we always went to see local cemeteries. Now I belong to AGS (Association for Gravestone Studies) and try to make the yearly Conferences. I have been a member of Find a Grave for a while. After mom (Alice Martine) passed away in Feb of 2004 I started adding the rest of the family to the site, then I started adding people off of gravestone photos. I have a lot of them. It seems a nice way for them to be remembered. I actually found a group of relatives who passed away many years ago and are burried in North Dakota. It seemed very thooughtful taht someone had put them all on. I wanted to thank everyone who has left flowers on these memorials.|
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|Zoe Tom||See FAG Memorial #:10951257|
This is to let you know that there does not appear to be any Charles A Baudouine in this cemetery with this death date.
Can you tell me where you got those dates???
Added by Zoe Tom on May 10, 2014 2:16 AM
|adgorn||Salamon DeZara (Luna guy) in Waldheim|
Do you have coordinates or a location of this one? Thanks for posting. Alan
Added by adgorn on Aug 05, 2013 3:17 PM
|Susie Holderfield||RE: Marcus Spiegel|
Thanks, John! I definitely have given you credit for the photo!
|Susie Holderfield||Marcus Spiegel|
Thanks for taking the great photo of the Marcus Spiegel stone that appears on his son's page, Moses Spiegel, Find A Grave Memorial# 16884799. That is a great view of the stone. Marcus was Colonel of the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was killed in battle in Louisiana. I have been researching the 120th for 12 years and would like to have your permission to use the photo on my site and in my research that I will give to the library in Wooster, OH. I always give credit for the photos.
Thanks for considering my request.
Hello John, If you are related to any of the Martine's that I input, please let me know if you would like me to transfer ownership to you. Joz
Added by Joz on Jul 22, 2012 7:18 PM
Thank you, John, for transferring this memorial.
We appreciate it! Sharon Brown
Added by Grammyb8 on May 30, 2012 4:13 AM
that would be Edith Batchelor Shirley Day
Added by debbie m on Nov 25, 2011 2:35 PM
I found my grandmothers memorial page today and noted that you left flowers on her page. I'm curious as to why you did that. I may be mistaken, but I don't think you knew her.
Added by debbie m on Nov 25, 2011 2:34 PM
I found your story on your Pinkos side interesting. My great Grandfather was also a Polish Catholic. He settled in Portland Maine and worked as a blacksmith (drop forger. He named his son Leon and one of his daughters (my grandmother) Leocardia. I wonder if there is a connection?
Added by Terri on Jan 07, 2011 5:11 PM
Only you and I have been here. Won't you please rearrange the pictures and add her bio & holy card
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