|Jill Ingram (#47128984)|
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A simple family tree project my son had to do several years ago is what led to my genealogy bug. Every discovery is like opening a present and being a photo lab tech finding a photo is gold. This being said I am always willing to help and share if I am able. I am a member of Ancestry.com, Tribal Pages, McKeesport Heritage Center, and World Transcription Project. Most of my contributions are of no personal relation so if you would like transfer of the memorials please notify me. Feel free to use any photos I have personally taken for your own family tree purposes (a note of thanks is always appreciated). The cemeteries I have photographed are done just by walk and snaps so they are not always complete. Any correction or additions can be suggested to me through "Find A Grave" Please use the edit tab on the actual memorial.|
Every person matters... whether their stay on this earth was long or short. They have molded us into what we are today. Looking at the big picture we are all related. We all belong to the Human Family.
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|Steven Osifchin||New Saint Josephs Cemetery|
Fantastic job on all the photos you've added to New Saint Josephs Cemetery in North Versailles.
|Brian Wagnon||Joseph F Springer|
Hello Jill. I am interested to know if you have any more information on Joseph F Springer and his family. I am very interested to find out if possibly there are some living descendants other than myself who may have some of their family photos, information, etc...I am a direct descendant of Joseph through his son Elmer R Springer. I have just found Elmer's burial information along with his wife's. I have been looking for that for quite some time now. They are buried in Oakland Cemetery in Indiana PA. Only about 30% of that cemetery is cataloged on Find a Grave.
|Holly Heaps Scott||Heaps New St Joseph Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for photographing these headstones of my relatives. I have been urging a relative to get there but you did it!! I am very grateful. I have made several additions and a few corrections and if you like you it would be nice for you to transfer all 4 of them to me and I promise to look after them.
Do you only photograph at the cemeteries you visit or have you done any research into records where maybe graves have disappeared from age, weather, etc.?
Thank you again for your efforts.
Holly Heaps Scott
|Kathi Lynn King||King/Barren Run|
Hi Jill thank you for my Grandpa"s obituary. I never have any luck finding them is it Possible that you could find one for his wife. She used Wally Rings last name but I do not know if that was her legal name. Pearl Virginia Wallace King (possibly Rings 1909-1973. thank you for your help
|Kathi Lynn King||Wilcox|
Thanks for the photo of Lydia Wilcox's grave I appreciate your help
|Deb||Grumbling & Wineland|
Jill--thanks for all the updates.
Added by Deb on Apr 11, 2015 8:13 AM
|Margaret Gagliardi||Andrew B. Findley|
Thank you so much for posting the story of the death of my GGGrandfather Andrew B. Findley. Scottdale, PA is such a small town, but Andrew was an important part of it, and I truly appreciate knowing what happened.
Macon, North Carolina
|Mary Jane Kratzenberg Senn||Audrey Bost|
Thank you for transferring Audrey, doing more research to try to find her parents.
The work you do allows mine to continue,
|Kathy Churma||Pietro Borgna|
Thank you so much for allowing us to use your photos! Thank you for all the work you do that helps us in our quests. It is truly like finding 'gold' when I come upon a photo or story about someone i'm researching. Then to have someone, like you, give us the permission to use your research is like being in heaven!
Thank you again!
|Floyd Tellor||Carl S. Beltz|
Thank you for transfering Uncle Carl to me I added the information on his wife I hope that is OK.
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