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CBry (#46594003)
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Bio Photo I enjoy genealogy and visiting cemeteries. I hope that posting pictures of headstones from these cemeteries, will help others in their research as it has helped me in my research. If you should see any errors or wish to have any transfers made, please contact me via the request for a correction.

My photos of headstones may be used in any way to promote genealogy. Please give me credit for taking them.
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Andy Baker
RE: Ella Zuschlag
All I have is her obituary which only refers to her by Ella Zuschlag (which I take as a bit more definitive than a siblingís obituary). If her marker uses the Fischer name, Iím more than happy to change the name on her memorial to reflect that. But, as it stands, I feel it is more respectful to her to use the name of her choosing.
Added by Andy Baker on Oct 28, 2015 6:19 AM
Re: Suggested edits for Carolyn Ullman Rosenfield's memorial
I have several questions regarding the edits you recently sent for Carolyn Ullman Rosenfield's memorial. Her marriage record, death certificate, cremation record, and obituary all spell her given name "Carolyn." Do you have a source that indicates she preferred the alternate spelling, "Caroline," for her given name? Perhaps a document she signed?
What is your source for her middle names, "Ernestine Frank?" These names do not appear in the Mayer Family Bible, Carolyn's marriage record, her death record, her obituary, or any census record that I have found. (The 1900 federal census identifies her as "Carrie F. Ullman," so I have added a nickname and middle initial to her memorial.)
What is your source for Natchez as her birthplace? Although her death certificate reports Mississippi as her birthplace, her entry in the Mayer Family Bible identifies Birmingham, Alabama, as her birthplace.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Added by CemeteryRose on Oct 11, 2015 1:02 PM
Hello. Someone had sent a request for me to connect the Overmans in Sabanna cemetery in Eastland county as spouses. I accepted, when I looked to see if it had been done I evidently did that when I entered the memorial and by accepting the correction it added them together twice making a double entry on the family connection. When I tried to correct that by deleting one of Fred's entries it deleted him all together. I re entered him and of course that eliminated your picture of the headstone. I did not want to copy the one from his wife 80823654 and paste it without you knowing what is going on. Also if you are maintaining that cemetery and would like ownership of the memorials let me know as I have no connections to the Overmans.
Added by Txjimdandy on Jun 30, 2015 5:51 AM
M. Craig Kilstrom
RE: Ardelia
I went to school in the '70s in Mesquite, Texas with Gary Pringle.
Added by M. Craig Kilstrom on Jun 14, 2015 3:03 PM
PFC C Brown
Hi CBry,

Wanted to say thank you very much for his memorial transfer.
Very much appreciated.

Added by Tony on May 15, 2015 5:09 PM
L G Shinn
Mustang Prairie Cem
Thank you so much for the memorial photo for Annie Lee Samford and her husband. Your work for this site is much appreciated!
L Gayle Shinn
Added by L G Shinn on Apr 27, 2015 3:54 PM
Susan Hester
Anna Hertzberg
Hi, I recently became a member of the San Antonio Tuesday Musical Club which was founded by Anna Hertzberg. If you would like to add to her biography, just Google Anna Goodman Hertzberg and the San Antonio Tuesday Musical Club. You will find some interesting history there. Thanks for all you do!
Added by Susan Hester on Mar 20, 2015 8:48 AM
Memorial Deletions
I think I've gotten everything deleted. As for my mistakes, I think everyone in this business makes their share of mistakes. I mispelled the last name on one and it just continued. As for the wrong cemeteries, I probably was working on one cemetery, changed material but stayed on the same cemetery and added the memorials. There's a saying, "It happens". Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
Added by FrankA. on Mar 05, 2015 5:01 PM
Steve Lawless
Nathan Kallison
A grandson of Nathan Kallison has written a new book titled THE HARNESS MAKER'S DREAM: NATHAN KALLISON AND THE RISE OF SOUTH TEXAS. The grandson's name is Nick Kotz. The book tells the whole story about Nathan.
Added by Steve Lawless on Jul 20, 2014 8:36 PM
Lajoy Reagan Hauser
Lajoy Hauser acct#48433109 My husband Richard Hauser Is am kin to Emory Schnuriger who has pasted away or I would call him. Still asking about the Schulmeier see other message about. Thanks Lajoy Reagan Hauser
Added by Lajoy Reagan Hauser on Jul 08, 2014 7:41 AM
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