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I'm currently looking to add names and photos to a few nearby cemeteries (Northwood, Chelten Hills, Ivy Hill, Holy Sepulchre, and Oakland, as well as a few others), and I generally won't add a record unless I have a photo to go with it. I tend to be somewhat random and haphazard when photographing - I may take a few photos in one area of a cemetery, and then move to a totally different section. I'll attempt to fulfill as many photo requests in my area as possible (but I DO need a location of a grave marker in order for me to do so, as some of these cemeteries are huge). The virtual cemetery that I set up is for individuals who I am related to, so if you have any connection to any of these names, please contact me! Thank you.|
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Thank you for uploading the grave photo of my grandparents, Edward & Elizabeth Abbott. I didn't even submit a request, but had been meaning to, so it was very thoughtful for you to do that.
Added by Kit on Jul 08, 2014 11:00 PM
|Kim Crankshaw Hartman||Sarah Crankshaw|
Thank you so much for finding and posting this photo. I didn't think I would ever see it.
I had no idea they were buried with my grandparents. thanks for posting this.
I don't know how often you go to Ivy Hill Cemetery, but I have several family headstones that need photographed. I've sent in lists to that cemetery twice asking for plot numbers for them but they keep telling me they are too busy and it will take a month. Well, it's been more like 6 months. I was surprised and extremely happy when I got the notification that you found one of them! Perhaps when/if you go back you might be able to find some others...?
|Tammy Thomson||Jacob & Johanna Grieb|
Thank you, THANK YOU, a million times thank you! We've been looking for information on both of them for such a long time and we live in Utah with no way of getting to Pennsylvania. This is the biggest gift and blessing to us and our entire family. Thank you and God bless.
|ResrchH630||William & Anna Rose at Northwood|
I am so truly grateful to you for the wonderful headstone photo you uploaded to the memorials for William Penn Rose and Anna T. E. (Bongaardt) Rose at Northwood Cemetery! It is an absolute treasure. These are my great great grandparents. Thank you, thank you!
|Mike Brown||Peter Datcuk grave!|
Wow! Thank you very much! I really appreciate this photo! It's a great addition to what we have on the Datcuk family. I don't know how often you are at Oakland Cemetery, but if you are and if you could do it sometime, a close-up shot of the photograph on the tombstone would be beyond fantastic! Had no clue that there would be a photo on the grave and it looks like a very nice one from what I can see. Your help here is wonderful! Thanks again!
|Anne Marie Callahan||Hilda Shettsline, Oakland Cemetery|
Thank you very much for posting a picture of the grave stone for Hilda Shettsline (Shetzline). From your picture, I now know where the three sisters of my great-grandmother are buried.
|Mike Brown||Peter Datcuk grave Oakland Cemetery|
Since writing to you a few days ago, I have discovered the location of the grave to which I referred. Peter Datcuk is said to be buried in Lot 83, Sec. N, Grave 1 there in Oakland Cemetery. If you are still photographing in Oakland I would love the addition of this one if possible! Peter Datcuk died in 1963. Many, many thanks.
|Ramona Mizne||Beatrice Hawthorne|
Thank you so much for taking the photo for my great-aunt's grave. I apprecate it very much.
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