|Mike Smith (#46857178)|
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Originally from central Pennsylvania, I have lived in Clearwater, Florida since my retirement from the U.S. Government in 1994. I took up genealogy shortly thereafter and quickly became a FAG photo volunteer when I had the good fortune of discovering this valuable website. |
I will certainly entertain any and all requested memorial transfers and look forward to working with family, relatives, and friends in that regard.
NOTE: if anybody desires a memorial be removed, please contact me and it will be deleted, no questions asked and no need to explain.
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|Family Tree Climber||RE: Samuel L. Mumma update|
Thanks for doing the update so quickly. I don't have any further info on him, I'm just trying to "clean up" and fill in info on the burials in that cemetery. ... Linda
|Barry Michie||Paul Cocklin Shato Link|
Thanks for the link for Paul Shatto to his mother. Much appreciated.
|osengineer3||Helen Sedrock Miller|
I've added the link. Thanks.
|Pam Anderson||RE: Raymond Kensington|
You're welcome, Mike. Had never been there before, and thought I might find his marker at least. Most were from the 1930s, but there were some newer. Sorry.
|Robert Viguers||RE: Churchville and Oberlin Cemeteries|
Oberlin Cemetery is Churchville Cemetery!
|Michael G. Cox||your FAG work|
thank you for your work ! Find A Grave is a terrific site for additions to my genealogy pages. I have started a few memorials there,and plan to do more.
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|Vickye Blatherwick||Fox Memorials|
I have a number of Fox Memorials in Monmouth,
I do not think they are all related. You may wish to look at them and if you have links, I'll be happy to link.
Also, if you wish to have Simon transferred, please contact me. Thanks.
|Audrey LeRew||RE: Transfer of Cecil LeRew Memorial|
Thank you I will take care of it today
|Robert Viguers||RE: Cemetery Question|
Mike, The closest St. Peters to Halifax would be that one in Lykens I think and it's a different cemetery but not so awful far away. Both burial's in Long's seem to be supported by a stone, maybe they were going to use one cemetery and changes there mind and used to other or maybe obit just wrong. I have an obit that says man was buried in Harrisburg but his rather elaborate mausoleum is in Paxtang. Can't explain why, but I would believe stone marker over printed obit. Hope I helped!
|Linda Burton Kochanov||RE: Headstone Photo - Joseph Giovanetti|
You're more than welcome. I was there for a family event since I actually live in Connecticut. I'm sorry I didn't spend the time to find Anna. I hope that another volunteer will find her. If not..I will look next time I'm out there.
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