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SRGF (#47487065)
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Bio Photo You may use any of the headstone photos that I have posted for any research that you would like.

PLEASE USE ONLY THE EDIT BUTTON FOR SUGGESTIONS/CORRECTIONS AND TRANSFERS AND DO NOT POST THEM ON THE MESSAGE BOARD - THANKS!

If you post a photo to a memorial that I manage, PLEASE submit an edit request so that I can add any details that are different.

If any memorial doesn't yet have a photo, please put in a photo request. It's the easiest way to confirm dates and spellings of names.

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cathy goldschmidt
RE: Whitehouse
Hello,

Yes. Jane Whitehouse is my g-g-grandmother. The William Whitehouse grave is her son, actually Wm. Whitehouse Jr. Jane's husband (William Whitehouse) died in 1874 in Pleasant Hill, Saline Co, NB. (I do have a photo of his headstone.)

Thanks again for your work with FindaGrave. I use it all the time, and it often is the tool to help solve a puzzle.

Sincerely,

Cathy Goldschmidt San Mateo, CA
Added by cathy goldschmidt on May 25, 2015 8:54 PM
MrsB
Sacco obit and Wagner photo
THANK YOU so much for sending me the obit showing the maiden name was Conti. Thank you too for taking an area photo as well as the close-up. So often the area photos help establish relationships. I always will appreciate having obits. I re-write them just a little, cite the source, and I thank you for your extra time and courtesy! The re-write normally involves putting it in the format birth, life, died, while the newspaper usually is died and funeral information first. The memorials often reveal what really was important to the person--their church, a charity, and so forth.
Incidentally, I visited on the phone with a World-Herald staff writer about using parts of a longer obit (one that she had written; not from a funeral home). She said "remember what you were taught in school about citing sources", and was fine with it. Then today there was a note in, I think, Dear Abby, from a funeral director. Somebody had fussed about not publishing the fact that a teen had died by suicide. The director said that the family decides what is and isn't published. I realize there are different philosophies about obits, but it is important to me to honor the family wishes about what is made public, and to cite sources whenever possible.
Added by MrsB on May 23, 2015 7:20 PM
MrsB
Fannie Socco's maiden name
Hello, if you could let me know how you know her maiden name was Conti, I would appreciate it!
Thank you so much for all you do. I look forward to hearing more about Conti!
Added by MrsB on May 23, 2015 12:33 PM
MrsB
Baby Mark Scolla--thanks for photo!
Many hopes lie buried with him--thank you for taking the photo.
Added by MrsB on May 19, 2015 2:46 PM
MrsB
Hook & Healey in Holy Sepulchre
Thanks for the photos and the tip for the name too!
Added by MrsB on May 19, 2015 2:18 PM
Tonna
RE: The Rogert family
Hi,

Thank you for getting back to me. It would really be nice of you to check this out when you can.

Carl was born in Germany Nov. 20, 1822 and died in Omaha Nov 12 1892. When my relatives were at the cemetery, they informed me that they had to dig down in the ground about 4" before they found his headstone. The person who was working at the cemetery at the time said they would raise his stone and make record of the burial, as they had no record of it?. Hopefully they followed through with what they said they would do.

Thank you again for helping me on this.
Added by Tonna on May 19, 2015 10:39 AM
Michael Crutcher
MARTHA J. BROWN PICTURE
THANKS SO MUCH!!

THIS REALLY SAVED US MUCH TIME & EXPENSE TO
TRAVEL TO OMAHA.....PLUS, YOUR PICTURES LOOK
SO MUCH MORE PROFESSIONAL!

MIKE CRUTCHER
Added by Michael Crutcher on May 18, 2015 12:10 PM
Tonna
RE: The Rogert family
Hi, Thank you for the offer, but at this time I will have to say no. By the way, how are you related to the family? Also, I received a letter from one of my Rogert relatives many years ago regarding Carl Rogert's grave. They found the head stone in Evergreen, but when I tried to do a search for it a few days ago on the find a grave website, it did not come up. Do you know anything about his headstone? Thank you again for the offer. Take care.
Added by Tonna on May 18, 2015 9:05 AM
Patti Filley
RE: Holy Sep
Oh, I wish I had known you were there...
I was trying the new findagrave app for Android. I was having trouble with getting the photos to rotate correctly. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Patti Filley on May 17, 2015 7:37 PM
P C Schlesselman
Photo request fullfilled
Thank you very much for taking the time to find and take photos of Borsh gravestones!
Added by P C Schlesselman on May 16, 2015 7:38 PM
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