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I have been researching my genealogy for many years and now have over 18,000 people in my database and in a private genealogy website.|
I am a former Navy Nurse, civilian nurse, nurse educator, airline pilot and diving instructor. I am still a photographer & do some tutoring in addition to my genealogy work. I enjoy walking cemeteries and taking photos for you.
I have found thousands of relatives and ancestors who were murdered in the Holocaust. I am entering them, one by one, and so far have created over 2,300 of their memorials, nearly 1500 in Auschwitz alone! They are separated in my virtual cemeteries by camps, and I also created a virtual cemetery for the children. I would be honored if you would stop by to visit them when you are able. I ask only that you refrain from leaving Christian tokens or wording. Thank you so much.
Feel free to add photos to my memorials any time, as long as you have taken them yourself and have not copied them from obituaries. Thanks!!
I am happy to make additions, corrections and family links, and am always grateful for additional information you can send. Please send them using the EDIT feature on the memorial page. I will act on all additions, etc. within 24 hours, if possible.
I would so appreciate if you would stop by my beloved dad's and mom's memorials and leave a token so I know you've been there. My mom just got to heaven on Feb 6th. Thank you so much to those who have already visited them. I have also made virtual cemeteries for my 5 wonderful fur babies and 2 special cousins. They would love to see you too. I miss them all so much. Thank you.
♥My Dad♥ and ♥My Mom♥
I would like to thank every one of you for visiting my family members & friends. It truly means so very much to me to see all your tokens and notes. You are a very special group of people and I am so grateful to have met you.
Your tombstone stands among the rest
Neglected and alone
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished marble stone
It reaches out to all who care
It is too late to mourn
You did not know that I exist
You died and I was born
Yet each of us are cells of you
In flesh, in blood and bone
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
Entirely not our own
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
One hundred years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
Who would have loved you so
I wonder if you lived and loved
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot
And come to visit you
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|Judy Young||RE: Vivian Denehy|
I have heard about all the reasons, Some still married but separated some after husband died woman went to live with children and they buried her where they live. There is many reasons like that as people can have a person moved even after the death.
|Judy Young||RE: Vivian Denehy|
I have linked her to her husband Robert or should say that linked him. I placed a link to her memorial from the cenotaph. I looked at her death certificate and yes she is the one that I was looking for. Do not know the reason after her death not sent back to be in her plot with her husband. Different reasons for different families. Anyway thought you may want to know about her husband.
You can use the spouse link on your memorial to take you to her husband, and when you use the index at Hazelwood you will see her listed. I have contacted findagrave admin. to make the one in Hazelwood Cem a cenotaph.
|Judy Young||Vivian Denehy|
Would she happen to be the wife of Robert Emmitt Denehy buried in Hazelwood cemetery 1973? Springfield, MO.? There is a stone or a Vivian and this one you have is about the right age. There is no one buried in the lot with him...at least not Vivian.
I just had a photo request fulfilled for the Julius Segal who is buried in Bnai Israel Cemetery Oxon Hill. It turns out that it was a different Julius Segal. You can see the photo at memorial # 148311150
Added by Shneor on May 25, 2016 3:39 PM
|Charlie Ann Weaver||Randy Pate|
Thank you so much for the picture of his headstone. If you do find someone that is connected to him, I will be glad to transfer it. Or if you want him since you have his parents, I will transfer him to you.
|Charlie Ann Weaver||RE: Pate Family|
No, I am not related to the Pate Family. Randy was a classmate and I am trying to get info on all of our deceased classmates and have them under my virtual cemetery for our 50th HS Reunion.
Thank you very much for the offer of transferring his parents to me. If you should find his relatives, I will be glad to transfer him to them.
|Randal Goldsberry||Stewart-poe photo|
Thank you for the photo of Janice headstone.
|Shneor||RE: Julius Segal|
Kudos to you, and thanks for the photo!
Added by Shneor on May 08, 2016 5:53 PM
Thanks for the pointer. I chose the cemetery based on an entry in JOWBR. It was a tentative choice, since the entry did not include a date of death nor any names of relatives of the deceased. However, the cemetery's location in close proximity to Julius's (last) residence seemed to support my hypothesis.
Added by Shneor on May 08, 2016 5:43 PM
|wjw||RE: Jack and Esther Weinberg|
That's quite a project! I'm working on the cemeteries in my rural area of Ohio. I've finished five cemeteries and am almost finished with a sixth. Of course, they're all smaller than King David!
Added by wjw on May 06, 2016 11:21 AM
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