|Jay Boone (#46889203)|
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I started into genealogy in 1990 and enjoy tracing my family's history, and learning about the history of the area's my ancestors lived in. I take pictures of many headstones when I go to a cemetery, so if you see a memorial page I have and you are related, don't hesitate to ask for a transfer. (If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know by using the "suggest correction" button since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).|
I especially try to get photos of our veteran's headstones as I believe they have all earned, besides our gratitude and other things, the right to have a memorial page on this site.
Anyone wishing to use the photos, in their genealogy, that I have posted on this website are free to use them.
Anyone wishing to have memorials that I have added removed from find a grave need only send a request. I put the memorial pages here so that family members in search of ancestors can find them, not to offend anyone.
Names I am tracing: Boone, Musser, Baney, Boston, Kyttle (Kittle), Monroe, Swire, King to name the main ones.
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|James Mason Fritz||Helen Underhill|
Born: 9 March 1890 in Buffalo, Erie, New York
Died: 18 June 1892 in Buffalo, Erie, New York
Please link to her parents: Francis Jay Underhill #112934428 and Eliza Corning Otto Underhill #112934522. Eliza is a relative of mine and we are trying to put together all the information we can on the descendants of Dr. Bodo Otto, Sr. which is Eliza's ancestor.
James Mason Fritz, President of the Dr. Bodo Otto Association
|Henry Dudkowski||Edward Dudkowski|
If possible please link Edward Dudkowski Find A Grave Memorial# 123899918 to his mother Martha Rogacki Dudkowski, Find A Grave Memorial# 67393429.
This was my uncle and trying to link all family members together for family members to use.
Thanks and have a great weekend
My most sincere thanks for your efforts, time and transfers. I have been hoping to find her for some time. Regards.
Added by Twist on Apr 09, 2014 11:02 PM
|Sharon Hoctor||RE: Frank A Hoctor|
Right, Thanks for the transfer!
|Sharon Hoctor||Frank A Hoctor|
Jay, thank you for the transfer. I corrected the errors. Did you want this back or are you leaving it with me? Either is fine with me.
|PatNYC||RE: Deboben memorials|
Jay, Thanks for the transfers!
Added by PatNYC on Apr 07, 2014 8:35 AM
|PatNYC||RE: Deboben memorials|
Thank you, Jay, I will use the individual edit buttons. And, again, thanks for the memorials.
Added by PatNYC on Apr 05, 2014 8:53 AM
Thank you so much for the grave marker photo at Forest Lawn. It took me nearly 30 years to find her burial place, and less than 30 days to see a photo - thanks to your generosity! ~ Chris
Added by Chris on Apr 04, 2014 12:36 AM
|Judy Froehlich||FAXON & LEARNER FAMILY|
THANK YOU so very much for the beautiful photographs that you have contributed to the Faxon & Learner family interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery, in Buffalo, Erie, New York. I was especially happy that you found the graves of William Henry & Isadore L (Colburn) Faxon. Thank you very much for the transfers also.
With my sincere appreciation,
Thank you very much for adding the
tombstone photo for Flora Lozier
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