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Candeux (#47880128)
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I have been doing my genealogy since Summer 2012 and have already amassed a large collection of information, thanks to the internet, particularly FindAGrave and Ancestry.

My particular interest here at FindAGrave is fulfilling photo requests for Loudon Park Cemetery, especially the hard ones without plot information. I am also working on uploading photos for all "famous" memorials at Loudon Park that need them. My website (link below) is a site I created to consolidate various sources of information on Loudon Park.

Please note my new e-mail address (which I am not publishing on my contributor page in order to avoid spam for a while): joecandeux at that behemoth e-mail provider owned by Google.
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 Website: http://loudonpark.weebly....
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 • 2,078 Memorials Added
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Marianne Bradley
RE: Phil and Clarabelle Canner
I am skeptical about whether they are there, as he told me the location (in a mausoleum wall), but there are no markers with that name. I will go by there again to check and ask about markers. I would think that even frugal people would want a marker on the wall.
Added by Marianne Bradley on Apr 14, 2014 6:23 AM
Harvey Kligora
Oceana Herring
Thanks for the edit. Must be my old age mistake thanks again. Harvey
Added by Harvey Kligora on Apr 13, 2014 8:01 PM
Harvey Kligora
Herring
Thanks for the 2 pic's
Added by Harvey Kligora on Apr 13, 2014 3:40 PM
Jim Henwood
RE: Herring
Ok THANKS
Added by Jim Henwood on Apr 13, 2014 2:04 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: McAuliffe
Joe, you're quite welcome!!
Added by Gerry Jean on Apr 08, 2014 2:38 PM
Stephen Keefe
RE: Thanks very much!
Hi Joe;
Yes, I like the "No Marker Found" photo. I'm a photo volunteer and kept getting photo requests at an old Quaker cemetery near me, which actually fell into the Chesapeake Bay about 100 years ago due to erosion. But, someone listed all the interments at the cemetery from records and I would get requests to photograph gravestones. I posted the 'photo' to all the interments and the problem was solved. Feel free to use this photo as you wish. Thanks again. Steve Keefe
Added by Stephen Keefe on Apr 03, 2014 6:17 PM
John W
RE: Minnie Merryman
Joe,
Yes, I only noticed because Ron asked for the links to her parents. I do like your photo of the 3 grave markers.
John
Added by John W on Apr 02, 2014 8:38 PM
Stephen Keefe
Thanks very much!
Hi Candeux; Thanks for attempting to photograph James Cann's gravestone at Loudon Park. I have added a 'photo' that identifies that he has no gravestone, to save repeated requests for this in the future. Thanks for inquiring with the office there. Steve Keefe
Added by Stephen Keefe on Apr 02, 2014 7:32 PM
Harvey Kligora
Alice Herring
Joe
Thanks again for adding the pic for Alice
Added by Harvey Kligora on Mar 30, 2014 2:43 PM
arlafehr
RE: Reitz tombstones
Thank you again. I have the Obit for Philip Reitz from the Balt. Sun, 1898, but no others. His brother Lewis (1845-1923) was a Baltimore city councilman and is said to have made Federal Hill into a state park, so that could be interesting. I am told that the park overlooks the site of the old Baltimore Glassworks.

PS-these aren't even my direct relatives, but are very interesting and from common glassmaking families in Saarland. Also, there is some confusion about all these different Lewises and Philips, let alone the myriad ways the name "Reitz" is misspelled and misread!
Added by arlafehr on Mar 30, 2014 9:18 AM
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