|Darla Ball (#47339119)|
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I like wandering through cemeteries wondering what stories the people there could tell. |
When I was younger my grandfather would take my siblings and I to a local cemetery in Benicia, CA and put flags on the military markers.
With the help of my friend Terry, I have started to take pictures and helping him with photo requests.
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|orleans||question re. a photo|
i just came across this photo that you added to leo frankenstein's memorial page (here's the link)
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=78022375&PIpi=49843387. could you tell me is this a crypt marker, columbarium marker, or a ground marker. i'd appreciate it if you'd let me know. thank you.
Added by orleans on May 18, 2013 10:49 AM
|Sharon Townsend||RE: Harlan Warde Lufkin|
No Problem Darla.
I was just curious as I was there when his ashes were set there.
I haven't been to LA in years, so I have no way of knowing what's happened there since 1980.
|Sharon Townsend||Harlan Warde Lufkin|
I was wondering how and why you found this info?
Harlan was my dad.
|B.J. Waters||Briars @ Roosevelt|
Hi Darla. I linked them together as spouses but I am unable to link the parents to the child. You have to that from the child's memorial.
|William McGee||Herry Reich Headstone|
You took Stanglin photos in Angelus Rosedale Cemetery for me, I wonder if you would take photo of one more member of the Stanglin family for me.
I put in a request for a photo of Henry Reich headstone in August this year, no results yet.
If you could take a photo of Henry Reich headstone and post it on his Find A Grave site,
Memorial # 75381697, I would greatly appreciate
your help. Let me know if this is possible.
|Jo-Ann||RE: Class of 1962|
Thank you for your kind words! Honoring the lives of my dear classmates is a very small thing and the least I can do to let them know they have not been forgotten. Kent was very well liked and many classmates still mourn his loss. It was nice to hear from you!
Added by Jo-Ann on Sep 11, 2012 3:15 PM
|w Kreider||William Cyrus Hanawalt|
Thank you for the tombstone photo you posted for William Cyrus Hanawalt. It is much appreciated.
|Dana Gammage||John Orzehowski|
Thank you so much for taking this photograph. I was volunteering at a Family History Center helping a family with their family and told them how wonderful the volunteers at findagrave are. You have just proved that! They will be really excited when I show them.
|LINDA PETERSON||RE: Darla, Thank you so much...|
Thanks again, Darla. Oh, and I had the wrong Joseph Thompson in section 78, mine died on January 1, 1931 and was not from Louisiana. So if you ever go back, could you take a photo of the one in 78 20/RN? But don 't bother to make a special trip.
|DR||47339119 pic for Patrick Casey|
Another Civil War Veteran not quite forgotten, thanks again to your kindness. I too like wandering through cemeteries, just that these veterans strayed slightly beyond my walking distance. Thank you for remembering and honoring these and all other veterans graves that you've visited. Oh the stories these grand guys could have told, a little insight about Patrick is now listed on his memorial page.
Added by DR on Jul 25, 2012 12:12 AM
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