|H. A. Weinbaum III (Alex) (#46938632)|
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My interest in Find-A-Grave is related to my genealogy research for my family tree. Since 2006 I've discovered that Find-A-Grave has become a very valuable tool when trying to find information about a person that is buried hundreds of miles away with the helpful volunteer network Find-A-Grave offers.|
My Father's family is from Tuscumbia and Sheffield Alabama and now I have called this area my home since 2005. My family tree takes me from Nashville and Detroit and after the 1930's coast to coast. My major family surnames are: Weinbaum, Bresler, Weiss, Adkison and Early.
Thank you for your interest and thank you for the time you have taken in getting the pictures from my request.
It may take me some time to get back to you if you write.
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|Rick Foster||Feders of Mayfield cemetery.|
Found more Feders in the plot and created memorials for them. Hope these new ones will help fill your research and we can link them..
Addie Feder Dec 23, 1867 - Dec 29, 1927
Eugene Roy Feder - Feb 28,1904 - Aug 13,1904
Jacob Benjamin Feder Jan 1 1891 - May 1, 1892
Marguerite R. Feder Apr 29,1906 - Aug 19,1971
I saw your memorial for Maria - are you related? I am related to Marshall.
Added by donna on Aug 08, 2014 10:09 AM
|Jennifer Madison||David Levy|
I found a marker for a David Levy at Temple Cemetery in Nashville. He is in a family plot with Erinna N. Levy, Zodie A. Levy (1889-1906), Jacob Z. Levy, and Max Levy, so he sounds like the one you are looking for. However, this marker says that he lived from 1860-1902. Are you sure about the 1924 death date for your David Levy? If yes, then I will create a memorial page for this other David Levy.
Got a change on Bessie Israel buried at B'Nai Israel in Sheffield, AL.
1965 is her death date, not birth date.
Born Bessie Kreisman on 26 Apr 1885 in Tennessee (maybe Chattanooga).
Name: Bessie Kreisman Israel
Spouse: Sam Israel
Birth: abt 1885
Death: 15 Aug 1965 - Sheffield, Colbert, Alabama
|Ace||Moise Bonnem & Matilda Rosenfield|
Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery or submit a grave location request online and obtain the grave location (Gate, Section & Lot Numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the Find A Grave memorial.
Waldheim Cemetery: (708) 366-4541
Online submission: http://www.waldheimcemetery.com/SiteContent/Locate-Family-Grave/
Waldheim Jewish Cemetery is a huge consolidated group of cemeteries with over 150,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find a grave and take a photograph.
Thank you, Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 13, 2013 8:23 PM
|A L Strum||Thank You|
Thank you for maintaining the Find-A-Grave site. I wasn't sure where my great grandparents were buried and found them thanks to your site. I was able to leave them a note and flowers. Thank you for sharing your love and concern for family with others. A. L. Strum - San Antonio, TX
hi i was wondering how you acquired so much information on a grave of my fathers?since i never knew his fathers name
|Jessica Goforth||Photo request in Zion Gardens|
Hi, I noticed that you have a photo request for Zion Gardens Cemetery. The cemetery is under new management, and if you contact them, they can provide you with a plot number and I can easily find the headstone. Thanks!
|Paula Davis||Claiborne, AL|
I would love to know approximate directions for the Jewish Cem. in old Claiborne, Monroe Co, AL that you added a photo for. I am hoping I can stir up some interest for help in cleaning up the "main" cemetery at Claiborne & will check this Jewish cem for needs, if someone can help me get a general idea of where it is. firstname.lastname@example.org
|babs||The Temple Cemetery in Louisville|
Go to their website and you will find they are taking pictures of all the stones there. According to their sire they are 3/4 complete.
Added by babs on Nov 12, 2012 6:17 AM
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