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I enjoy helping people by providing them photos of relatives and friends grave sites. Turning a wish into a fulfilled dream.|
Almost all memorials I create are not family members, and I am willing to transfer them to other members.
Do not use the photos I take anywhere else, including within Find A Grave, without permission. I retain the copyright to all of my photos.
"One person can make a difference, and everyone should try." John Fitzgerald Kennedy
"We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives." JFK
Major Accomplishment 2014: Fulfilled 1,944 photo requests (and counting). I started the year with 765 photo requests fulfilled. I hope to complete at least 2,000 photo requests in 2014 before it gets too cold.
Major Accomplishment 2013: Added photos for all 433 persons buried in the Chicago Typographical Union Section of Elmwood Cemetery in River Grove, Illinois. Most of these were brand new memorials, so I also added biographical info to their memorials where I could find data.
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|Kay Marshall||RE: Leo Weinberg photo|
Thanks for the suggestions, Ace. I'll keep digging and let you know. Best regards, Kay Marshall
|Ellen Notbohm||RE: Raymond and Alice Lippert|
Great story! Thanks for all you do.
|Kay Marshall||Leo Weinberg photo|
Hello Ace, I have called Silverman & Weiss and Forest Home Cemetery as the Waldheim staff suggested and neither have a Leo Weinberg who died in 1928 listed. I will contact AlbFirefly and see if he remembers which list he worked from to add this listing. I think it's a long shot as he seems to add lots of graves.
I will get back to you if he remembers something. If you have any other ideas about whom I should call, let me know. Leo's death cert. only says Forest Park which covers lots of area.
Thanks. Kay marshall
|Carol Bloomquist Traxler||Thank you for the photos!|
Thank you for the Waldheim Jewish Cemetery photos of the three family graves! Beautiful work. Carol
I read Hebrew fluently and would be glad to assist you in your translation efforts.
Thank you very much for the consideration and effort you took in taking and posting the pictures of my family member's graves. I live in Israel and would never have had the opportunity to visit the graves personally.
|AdamD||RE: Hyman Cohen at Waldheim Jewish Cemetery|
Hi Ace. Thanks for the photos. Unfortunately the dates and names of the other family members on the marks don't match up with my wife's great great grandfather so I'm still looking for the right hyman Cohen born around 1868 and died in the late 1920s and buried in the Waldheim cemetery. Humans first was was dvoira and his second wife was rose. So this doesn't march up but I'm still hopeful that I'll find the right hyman Cohen at some point.
Added by AdamD on Oct 19, 2014 11:21 PM
|Keebler||RE: Alex & Regina Silvers at Waldheim Jewish Cemetery|
Thank you. I will look into those names you mentioned. They're certainly my husband's relations, but the trick will be to find out HOW. :)
Added by Keebler on Oct 19, 2014 6:32 PM
|Tzuriel||Thank you so much!!|
I am completely blown away by your kindness and quickness! How did you get these done so fast?
Added by Tzuriel on Oct 19, 2014 5:51 PM
|Jeff G.||Lurie Headstone translation effort|
I tried using google translate to no effect. They write backwards or something, and the stylized letters on the headstone don't exactly match the google translate, so I'm at a loss as to what it says. Unfortunately, what Jewish people I do know don't speak Hebrew, either.
Added by Jeff G. on Oct 19, 2014 5:50 PM
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