|Doug Williams (#47571627)|
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If you would like to use a photo I have added to a memorial please ask. Or if a memorial I created is of your relatives, they will be gladly transferred to you, just ask. |
They are not just "numbers" to me I just enjoy doing this as a hobby and helping others.
(Note: As a courtesy, please contact me for permission to use any of my photographs).
Cemeteries I'm working on:
Saint Paul Evergreen Cemetery, Bloomingdale, DuPage County, Illinois
Saint Marys Cemetery, Grace Avenue & Alexander Blvd. Elmhurst, DuPage County, Illinois
Mount Carmel Cemetery, 1400 South Wolf Road,
Hillside, Cook County, Illinois
Saint Andrews Cemetery, Christopher, Franklin County, Illinois
Miners Cemetery, Royalton, Franklin County, Illinois
Saint Aloysius Cemetery, Royalton, Franklin County,
Assumption Cemetery, 1 South 510 Winfield Road,
Wheaton, DuPage County, Illinois
Lake St. & Frontage Road
Acacia Park Cemetery and Mausoleum
Irving Park Cemetery
7900 Madison Street
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|Derek Williams (Cornwall UK)||Rev James Henry Williams (73672604)|
My name is Derek Williams from Falmouth, Cornwall, UK and I believe that the Henry Williams, above, is my Grandfathers (William John (Jack) Williams) brother. I have been trying to trace the family (or descendants) for over 40 years. I came across this site, by chance and couldn't believe my luck.
I know from my Grandmother that Henry's wife was Priscilla Epplett, and that they had a son who returned to Falmouth during WW2 as a member of the US Navy. They also had a Grandson named Jack Dietz, who was a Sgt (?) in the US Army.
Do you have any details of surviving relatives, or any advice that you could give to help me find them? Maybe, with your surname, you may be one of them?
Thank you, in advance.
Derek (now aged 63)
Thank you very much for providing the photo of Henry Rog/Rogge's location in the cemetery. Seeing the stone for Edward L. Rogge next door to him was a surprise (and a new line to check). Thank you again, Aleta
Added by adb on Oct 20, 2014 4:13 PM
|marla wieringa||RE: Caroline Volland|
Thank you for letting me use her photo for my tree. Herman Horn was her first husband. Didnt know yet where he was buried, but I guess you answered that for me. Thanks again. Marla
|marla wieringa||Caroline Volland|
Thanks soo much for the photo of Caroline's marker. I have been to the cemetery some time ago and remember how large it is. Too far to just pop over there now. May I use the photo for my family tree??? Thanks a bunch for all you do at findagrave.com. Marla
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Emily Oltroge|
Thank you for checking for a tombstone of Emily. Your help is appreciated.
|Kathy Krysiak||William Karus|
Thank you for taking this photo! It is a wonderful help in working on a family tree on which I am working for a nice older woman who is not able to travel to see these graves any longer as she lives out of state. May I use your photo in my tree for her?
Doug, you are awesome! I see the pic you just posted Oct 4 of the grave for my great-grandmother, Frieda Bigotte. Thank you so much for the work you do!
|Stone✞Searcher||RE: John J. Sweeney #16557123|
Problem solved, thank you for your help and quick response!
|Stone✞Searcher||John J. Sweeney #16557123|
You've uploaded a headstone photo to this memorial last year. But it doesn't mention which cemetery you took the photograph, and the contributor has this as an UNKNOWN BURIAL.
Do you remember where this was taken? Your caption indicates you photographed it on Cinco DeMayo. Looks like she's added the plot section, but did not change to the appropriate cemetery.
Thought you may could help with this mystery. Thank you for your time!
|Farrar and related families||Belcastro|
Thank you for your help.
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