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|Edward Dunscombe||RE: Bender in Westwood Cemetery|
Sure, if it's not too much trouble I'd like to see them!
The Farrar Family and I would like to thank you for taking the time to photograph a Farrar headstone. We appreciated your fast response for making the changes I requested. I'm glad that Find A Grave offers this service to its contributors and we appreciate your help.
Have a wonderful Weekend!
Added by Karen on Jul 19, 2014 4:01 PM
|Farrar and related families||The Farrar family is very grteful to you for your wonderful photographic work.|
You would be doing our family a huge favor if you would please look out for other photo requests from our family.
|Edward Dunscombe||RE: William and Katherine Schweikert|
OK thanks, and thanks for the group stone photo. My family has a long unfortunate history of not buying headstones!
|Margaret Cenci Frontera||grave of Henry Heck, Westwood NJ|
Grave of Henry Heck, Veteran of the Grand Army of the Republic in the War of the Rebellion. Died Westwood, New Jersey, 1919, Son of Philip Ludwig Heck.
Henry Heck served in the Fifth New York Cavalry.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE S T A T E OF N E W Y O R K
FOR THE YEAR 1894, V O L U M E II.
. Registers of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Regiments of Cavalry,
N. Y. Vols., in War of the Rebellion.
REPORT OF T H E A D J U T A N T - G E N E R A L .
H E C K , HENRY.-Age, 26 years. Enlisted, October 7, 1861, at
Northville; mustered in as private, Co. I, October 7, 1861, to
serve tbree years; discharged, October -, 1864, by expiration
term of service.
According to the 1890 US Census Special Schedule - Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Henry Heck was a Private, Company O, Fifth NY Calvary, enlisted October 7, 1861, Discharged January 18, 1865 (length of service - 3 years), disability incurred - wounded in the arm.
|Margaret Cenci Frontera||Memorial# 89013741|
I would like to please request that you assign this grave to me. I have been researching this HECK family for a friend for 5 years. I can add to the information. He was a Civil War veteran. I have put a flag on his grave for Memorial Day.
Margaret Frontera, NJ
|Igor Sch||Frances Leftow|
Thanks a lot for the picture, appreciate it.
Added by Igor Sch on Jul 09, 2014 5:02 PM
|Bruce Wahle||RE: Benjamin and Ethel Wahle in Cedar Park|
Thank you SO much for adding these photos of the final resting place of my grandparents. I am named for my grandfather, and to date I have only been to this cemetery once, after my grandmother died. In Massachusetts I am the director of a small Jewish cemetery (~18 acres) and have always felt badly that I have not had to opportunity to pay my respects to Nana and Papa Wahle in person -- this really helps.
Bruce M. Wahle
|Bill Barnhill||Charles Caressi Family|
Julie, no need to apologize for any delay in adding links etc., I an just so pleased that I found the records and where these folks are buried. Thank you again for your time and efforts. It is so appreciated.
|Bill Barnhill||Charles P. Caressi Family Info|
Thank you for adding the info that I sent to you relative to the relationship/links of the Caressi and Bolsoni family members.
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