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I live in Westmoreland County, Pa. I have been taking tombstone pictures since 2009 of tombstones in Westmoreland County cemeteries. Currently I have over 60,000. Finally I have time to load some of them to find a grave. Hopefully it will help some one. My goal is to take 10,000 tombstone pictures a year till all the area cemeteries are complete.|
Currently I am working on uploading tombstones to Westmoreland Memorial, Greensburg.
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|Don Ludwig||George & Sara Koreny|
Thanks so much for the transfers! Best wishes, Don
Lets try the new edit settings on future updates.
Seems to work well.
Looks like you enter change and I approve or not.
If I approve update automatic
|CJ||Memorial Transfer Request|
Could I ask if you would be willing to transfer the following memorial?
George Walor 95940569
Again my info is: CJ #47413512
Thank you again.
P.S. Would you email me the tombstone picture for my genealogy software? I won't share it on the web. George and Helen(still living) are my Aunt and Uncle. My dad, John, recently passed which got me motivated to try to connect up all his siblings with him. He was the last surviving.
One last question, based on your bio it sounds like you have quite a database. Do you have a picture for Nicholas Walor, buried at Calvary Hill Cemetery, d July 31, 2003?
Added by CJ on Dec 02, 2013 10:16 AM
|Arthur Humphrey||RE: Coulter|
I am not familiar with the Coulters in the Monongahela Cemetery. The earliest of our line is one Eli Coulter d. 1791 buried in Coultersville, Allegheny County, but we have never found his grave.
After he died the family moved to Greensburg.
There are other branches of the family in Bedford, Indiana Co., and Irwin, PA who I know are relatives, but I don't want to manage anything beyond the Greensburg ones who I know and can document.
Thanks all the same. You are most kind.
|Miles Groth||Thank you!|
What a lovely thing to do. And thank you for adding my parents' markers!
|Arthur Humphrey||RE: Barclay|
Thanks Franny. I am going to add some more photos to a few other Barclay graves that you set up soon. Thanks very much for the transfer as I have a lot of other general information about these individuals I can add.
You are most kind, and you have a lovely cat.
|Madeline Cobes||The Padulas|
Hi Franny, Thanks so very much for the transfer of the Padulas' Memorials. I will continue to add additional information as I do further research. Thanks also for all your hard work transcribing the cemeteries of Westmoreland Co., Pa.!! Take care - madeline
|Alvarado||Stryker Family Photos|
Thank you so much for taking and posting those pictures for the Stryker family. I will share them tomorrow at the Thanksgiving dinner. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and thank you once again, Denise
Added by Alvarado on Nov 27, 2013 11:02 AM
|Allan Miller||Glenn & Lydia Milne|
Thank you very much for the photos. Have a happy Thanksgiving!!!
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Harry J Sullenberger Jr|
Do you know on what day and where Private Harry J. Sullenberger Jr was killed
I have him listed as a Private in the 1st Infantry Divisionm, wounded in Sicily during operation Husky in July 1943. He was evacuated to North Africa but died of his sustained wounds.
He was buried in the temporary American Kairouan Cemetery in Tunisia, where he was buried in grave A-4-40. After the war his remains were repatriated and buruied in the Youngwood Cemetery in Youngwood, Pennsylvania.
You took a picture of his grave and I would ask your permission to use the picture for a book project about the temporary American GELA Cemetery in Sicily. If he would have died there, he would have been buried in the GELA Cemetery.
Of course you will be credited and notified when the book ios finished.
Any information is more than welcome, if you have knowledge of any relatives, lease advise
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