|Horace Reven (#47024009)|
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|ToniAnn Mattaliano||RE: Richard Dominach Jr|
Thank you! That sounds like a good idea!
I'm not seeing the original....
|William Nees||Greenwood Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me.
|ToniAnn Mattaliano||Richard Dominach Jr|
Thank you for photographing Richards headstone.
|ToniAnn Mattaliano||Josephine Serronico Dominach|
Thank you so much for the photograph of Jo Dominach's headstone. Greatly appreciated!
|Memory Lane||William Henry Moore, Jr|
Thank you Horace for the photo of William that you took for me. I just added a photo request for George R. Williams who is also at William Henry Moore, Jr's plot.
|brother||my sister,s grave|
Dear Mr. Reven,
Thank-you so much for the picture of my sister Linda DiPilla's grave.I live far away now and cannot visit.Seeing the grave stone was just like being there.
I hope you do not mind hearing how she died.
I lost my beautiful twenty year old sister in a car accident on Lacy Rd.on 24 June 1982,she lived 3 days after that. Linda was killed by a drunk driver her family misses her everyday.
Thanks again for taking the picture and for listening
Added by brother on Jul 07, 2014 1:29 PM
|Stephen Keefe||Thanks very much!|
Thanks for attempting to photograph the gravestone for Anna Grant. I know her parents are interred at Good Luck cemetery and some evidence points to her interment there, but if she is there then she has no marker. Thanks again for your effort to find her grave. Steve Keefe
|Joan Pacitti||Mrs. Weeast's gravestone|
Hi Horace: Thank you so much for adding the gravestone photo for this lady and her family. It's always good to see headstones shown. I think it gives it a more complete look.
|Joan Pacitti||Websites that are down|
Hi Horace: I really don't understand what's going on with Rootsweb. I've never tried it. They're going to have big problems if they don't straighten it out. People may go elsewhere.
As for Gloucester County Historical Society's website, I've never tried it as my relatives were in the Philly area. As a matter of fact, I used to volunteer there years ago.
On my last visit there, one of the other researchers helped me so much. He's not a volunteer there, so he did it out of the bottom of his heart.
Take care Horace.
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