|Diane LM (#47306054)|
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Walking a cemetery is like walking into a museum; each marker is a work of art that I love to capture. In addition to photographing markers for others, I search out those of young children who would otherwise be invisible because they don't have direct descendents to search for them.|
I would be happy to transfer anyone, other than family, to you. Just contact me. And you are very welcome to use my photos in your family tree without asking, but my curiosity would like to know which ones are being used.
A special thank you to Tom C for helping with information on Oakwood Cemetery (Syracuse) residents. It's been invaluable.
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af, Anthony Gushura, BArnold, Becky Kingan, David R. Grinne..., Forever My End..., Frank K., Joan Stefancin, Memories of You, Mount Hope NY, Russ Pickett, Tom C., US Veterans Aff..., Zella
|Messages left for Diane LM (9)||[Leave Message]|
|Cathy Alton||Grace Crandon|
Thanks so much for looking for Grace. I doesn't surprise me that there's no stone, she was outcasted from the family. I'll remove the request and thanks again!
|Anthony Snow||Elizabeth Jackson|
Thank your very much for taking the zoomed in pictures of the headstone for my second cousin Elizabeth and her husband Clarence. As you may have notice I was able to find a picture of the headstone but it was zoomed so far back that I could not read the inscriptions. Thanks again for all you do. You are a true blessing.
Thanks so much for the photos! V. much appreciate your time and effort.
Thanks Diane for taking those photos and creating the Meader memorials. Should you ever wish to unload some memorials, I'll be glad to take over management of these two. Glad to see the snow has melted (for now)
Added by Don on Dec 04, 2013 1:31 PM
|Kay ||RE: Dana Wortman tombstone|
Please know that I really appreciate your effort and the taking this photo. Sincerely, Kay
Added by Kay on Dec 03, 2013 10:15 PM
|ridgeback||Harry William Seaman|
Thank you for all your help, patience, and quick response to my emails, once I can confirm his birth date I am sure we have found the resting place for my Great Grandfather.
|Teresa Kusant||Cyrus E. Wright|
I have contacted you before regarding Ethelbert Cummings Wright and I again thank you for all the information you provided. I have discovered that Cyrus E. Wright is Ethelbert's nephew (son of his brother William. I noticed that you knew the exact dates of his birth and death and the cause of death and his parent's names. This was awesome information for me to find out, but I was wondering if you have any other information. I am truly trying to find Lucinda Wright, William's and Ethelbert's mother. I am guessing that her maiden name is Cummings as I can find no other reason for it to be Ethelbert's middle name. Lucinda was living with William (and Cyrus) on the 1870 census and the logical place for her to be buried would be in Oakwood, but I can't find her. Thanks for any information you can provide
I just wanted to publicly thank you for your help yesterday... and absolutely quick response! I was able to find the descendant I was looking for and have begun to share my "wealth" of letters and pictures with her. Thank you so much!!!!!! She was thrilled to be found. :-)
Added by Lois on Nov 03, 2013 5:42 PM
|Luke B||Thank you|
Thank you for the picture of the eons blossom marker. He is my fifth-greatgrandfather. I was hoping to get some more info from the marker but it seems very weathered. Thanks for the great picture though, it means a lot.
Added by Luke B on Aug 30, 2013 6:20 AM