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Cristina (#46836329)
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Bio Photo Born in New York City. Lived in Southern California in the 1990s and moved back to Gotham in the 2000s. Love punk rock, concerts, books, movies, vampires, comics, art, and cemeteries. Love traveling across the country and out of it. Love reading and making tributes of famous people who touched my life dearly and brought everlasting happiness through their writing, music, and/or acting. The dead should be remembered through the living. Life is a gift.
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Emma Armstrong Field- Flushing Cemetery
Thank you so much for the beautiful picture taking.

Could you tell me if there is a stone for Emma, or is that why Mortimer's is on her memorial page?
Added by Tina on Aug 22, 2013 11:46 AM
Emma Armstrong Field- Flushing Cemetery
Thank you so much for the beautiful picture taking.

Could you tell me if there is a stone for Emma, or is that why Mortimer's is on her memorial page?
Added by Tina on Aug 22, 2013 11:46 AM
Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen
Agnes Thill
I am VERY delayed sending this thank you note. My mom fell & broke her pelvis in late February and I was with her for about 3 weeks. I also was/am dealing with medical issues myself....thus compounding things for me! I have also had some personal issues to deal with. All of those things caused and my genealogy correspondence to fall apart. I am just getting back on track.....finally!

I am so sorry that my thanks were not prompt but please know that my appreciation is very heartfelt. The photos that you took for me went above and beyond. I can't begin to tell you what a wonderful job you did. Bravo!!

Thanks a million,
Added by Gail Schinnerer Jorgense... on Jun 28, 2013 11:20 PM
Lorna Puleo
The Puleo's
How can I thank u for getting my father in laws stone and his fathers !!! I appreciate it so much and thank u from the bottom of my heart.
Your terrific !!!
Lorna Puleo,
Added by Lorna Puleo on Apr 21, 2013 4:24 PM
William Miller
Ludwig site
Thanks so much for going to the Ludwig/Miller
site at St John's. It looks like I have another relative (Joseph Ludwig) to research. Who could have know that there was no monument.

Thanks again
Bill Miller
Added by William Miller on Apr 18, 2013 8:22 AM
Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen
St John photo
Cristina, I am happy that you claimed my photo request at St John. I also have a husband and wife at All Faiths Lutheran across the street and am wondering if you would be willing to get those also? I have a grave location. If you can not, it is OK. I felt that it never hurts to ask.

Thanks, Gail
Added by Gail Schinnerer Jorgense... on Apr 06, 2013 10:19 PM
Madeline Stuckey

I want to thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to take a picture of my grandfathers and grandmothers tombstone.I did not even know that a little Raffaelle had died in 1909.The pictures are beautiful.


Madeline Coscetti Stuckey
Added by Madeline Stuckey on Jan 05, 2013 8:15 PM
Rich Dohm
Holy Cross Cemetery ~ Ruscovich
Hi Christina, hope all is well. Listen, we were discussing Holy Cross cemetery, some site photos I needed, but the need no longer exists. On Nov. 21st a user "evergreen" posted a photo. (And I'm not sure why, because I didn't post any new photo requests.) It's a somewhat small picture, but it will do, WAY better than the up-close original volunteer photo by "anonymous." Point being, I no longer need you to go there. Thanks anyway, for your willingness. Have a good Christmas! Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Dec 07, 2012 1:18 PM
RE: So helpful!
If it's possible - and if the storm(s) don't deter you, that would be great. I have no idea how difficult it is to get around in New York at the moment (post-Sandy), but the news here in Europe makes it sound very difficult. I hope you and yours came through it all without too much loss.
I believe you will find a grave for Sadie Feldman in the same area - she is buried in Block 109, -14- 6 - grave 6 (maybe she's one of the burials you remember seeing behind the large stone.
Could you also send me individual photos of the stones that read 'Ida Zaretsky" and 'Beatrice'? The Hebrew is a bit difficult to read in the long shot of the row of gravestones you sent me.
Now that your photos have shown me how cool this can be, I have yet another wish, if you're going to Mt. Hebron. These are the grave stones for Sam Kunen and his wife Gussie. They are in Block 51, 22 - P - 15 , graves 9 and 10 in the Mohilev On Dnieper Society section. Say no if I'm asking for too much of your time.

It really means a lot to me, being able to actually see the cemetery and to know that the graves are there, not forgotten and so well-cared for.
Added by CMS on Nov 07, 2012 4:55 AM
So helpful!
I want to say how helpful it is that you photographed the other gravestones nearby. You have put me on the track of four additional family members by including the long shot of the row of stones. Because you photographed the details so carefully and clearly, I'm pretty sure I can identify details I didn't know before.
I have a question, too. The large memorial stone in the background of the long shot says Feldman Rabinowitz. Am I correct in thinking that there's no additional inscription on that one? Do you remember?
Thanks very much, again.
Added by CMS on Nov 06, 2012 2:32 PM
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