|C. Miller (#47974491)|
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I am completely fascinated with genealogy and have always enjoyed visiting cemeteries. Unfortunately, I do not live near where my family are buried. As such, I've joined Find a Grave to hopefully visit my families' graves from afar and pay back the kindness of others for their photos by taking photos of graves near where I live.|
While taking photos to fulfill requests, I often snap photos of nearby headstones to upload as well. If they do not have a record in Find A Grave, I will add them and upload their photos. I am also currently working on uploading some area cemeteries into Find A Grave. I am more than happy to transfer these into the care of friends/family. Please just leave me a message and include the Find A Grave memorial number and I will transfer them as soon as possible. Also, I am human. This means that I can make a mistake. If you notice something, please click on the Edits tab and submit it and I'll correct records as soon as possible.
If you are interested in the original sizes of any of the photos that I've uploaded, I'd be happy to email them to you. I am also happy to revisit cemeteries and try and get inscriptions if they are not quite legible in the photos.
Personal use of my photos is granted. However, commercial (ie: in anything which will garner profit) use of my photos requires permission.
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|Bob Goldberg||Photo Ben Savage|
Thank you, as always. This is definitely a relative!
|Bob Goldberg||RE: Abel Savage Photo|
|Bob Goldberg||Abel Savage Photo|
Thank you for posting the photo.
I don't believe this is THE Abel Savage I am looking for, but it might be the father or grandfather of Dora Savage (Abel's mom).
Dora had married Isadore Goncharsky. When Isadore passed away, she went back to using Savage, and changed Abel's last name to Savage.
Isadore and Dora would have been born in the early 1900s (Isadore in 1903; Dora in 1902 or 1903). Dora had a brother, Milton, who died in 1966. Their father was possibly Jacob.
- Bob Goldberg
|BruceL||S B Lubich|
Thank you for your photo of this stone. I thought I knew all of the Lubichs, but this has opened a line of inquiry to find out more about him.
Can I ask what lead you to take the picture?
I appreciate your efforts.
Added by BruceL on Jun 26, 2015 4:06 PM
I am sorry, but it appears that burial does not have a headstone. please see the caption for more info.
Name Age Death Day Death MO Death Year Death Place Birth Place Buried Notes Source
McDonough, John 22 12 Jul 1896 803 Carr St. Calvary Cemetery St. Louis City Death Register
So this might be him if he died really young.
Added by Kathie on Jun 18, 2015 9:17 AM
|Beverly Johnston||RE: Leo and Eva Roehrich|
The photo is updated. :)
|Adelle Frank||Zelda Lazarus Kalin|
Thanks for the information on Zelda (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=99918318)
Are you related? I'd be happy to share what information I have (though it's very little on Zelda herself, and more about her siblings).
|HGC||Re: Abraham Jacob Goldstone|
Thank you for posting the pictures of Abraham Jacob Goldstone and Rebecca Goldstone's graves. They are my great grandparents. Thanks to you, I now know where they are buried so that I can take my daughter to see her great-great grandparents' graves. I very much appreciate it. Thank you again!
Added by HGC on May 01, 2015 9:22 PM
|ga47||Herman Walbeck dupe|
Thanks for catching that! I removed it.
Added by ga47 on Apr 20, 2015 4:46 AM
|Russ Pickett||Pvt Harold Marks|
Hi, Thank you very much for taking the photo of this veteran's headstone. He surely deserves the recognition for what he did for us all!
( He is also noted on the below webpage with a link to his grave )
Thanks My Friend,
Russ Pickett Find A Grave # 46575736
( Vietnam Army Veteran - Sergeant )
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