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Ed M (#47949089)
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Bio Photo Retired firefighter and amateur photographer. I love exploring the back roads with my wife and am simply amazed at the number of old cemeteries we've found...cemeteries that would be missed in the blink of an eye. History, mystery, and intrigue...

I enjoy doing volunteer photos and do my best to fulfill requests, but it does take some time and effort; a simple 'thank you' goes a long way.
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 • 653 Memorials Added
 • 661 Memorials Managed
 • 3 Memorials/Week
 • 2,430 Photos
 • 3 Photo Requests
 • 473 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Dominique Potier
Alexander W Engelbrecht # 68615392
Thanks Ed for your picture . I'm pretty certain he was a 506PIR 101st airborne during the WW2 ... if one day you find his obit or more info could you contact me ?


Added by Dominique Potier on Oct 20, 2016 12:13 AM
Brickell photo request
Thank you so much for the photo of Charles Brickell's headstone. Your efforts are truly appreciated as I know I'll never be able to see it in person. Thanks!
Added by Trish on Oct 19, 2016 7:43 PM
Louise Pietrafesa marker
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Louise's memorial marker.
Added by sjstitzer on Oct 18, 2016 1:58 PM
Hermann Felten

thanks a lot for fulfilling my photo request and adding the two photos of Herman(n) Felten's headstone in Woodlawn Cemetery to his memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 167559801). They add some 'life' to a sad story. Your effort is very much appreciated.

Kind regards
Added by Matt on Oct 11, 2016 2:32 PM
Mary Dieffenbacher Holmes
Capt. John McMitchel
In the Hardscrabble Cemetery on Hardscrabble Road in the town of Fairfield you have two stones labeled Capt. John McMitchel. The broken one is actually for Mary wife of Capt. John McMitchel. I took a photograph of it on October 8, 2016 after I cleaned it up. The top half clearly says "Mary wife of" in the half circle right above the break. I'd gladly send you a photo of it so you can upload it to find a grave to correct it. Thank you.
Added by Mary Dieffenbacher Holmes on Oct 10, 2016 9:05 PM
Lynn (Bennett) Wean
No. Very good friends with many of the family members, working on their tree for them. Mostly elderly and they just get so happy when I present them information : ) They never realized how far their family extended lol
Added by Lynn (Bennett) Wean on Oct 08, 2016 10:50 AM
Lynn (Bennett) Wean

Thank you ONCE again!!
Added by Lynn (Bennett) Wean on Oct 08, 2016 3:28 AM
Meagan O'Connor
RE: James O'Connor @ Assumption
Great! Thank you!
Added by Meagan O'Connor on Oct 03, 2016 6:23 PM
Frank K.
Thank you for the information about the unmarked grave at Woodlawn.
Added by Frank K. on Sep 22, 2016 9:30 PM
Elmer Shiko
Thank you so much for the photograph. I have a virtual cemetery of those who were members of the "Fighting 1st" in WWII, including my Dad. Mr. Shiko was one of them. Again, thank you for your time and effort.
Added by snm on Sep 22, 2016 7:18 PM
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