|Ed M (#47949089)|
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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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|John Sloan||Valentine and May Dorner|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos for their grave sites in Woodlawn Cemetery, Syracuse, Onondaga County. Regards John
Many thanks from afar! Sincerely appreciate your fulfillment of my SLINGERLAND photo requests. Know how much time and effort go into locating a stone....thank you so very much. Great photos!
Added by ca on Jun 25, 2015 8:30 AM
Thank you for posting the Grant photos
Thank You for the Picture.
|Frank K.||Jacob Gehm|
has a photo on it that needs to be moved to his son's memorial, please:
Added by Frank K. on Jun 14, 2015 9:20 PM
|Patrick Bowers||Thank you Ed M|
This is my maternal great grandfather.
I never met him, but I've heard many stories about this small French Canadian man.
Apparently he was quite a character.
My mother called him "Pa"
|Margot Cole||Roser stone|
Thank you so much for finding the stone of John and Carrie Roser. Your time is appreciated.
|Ellefson||Francis J. Bornhorst|
Thank you for providing a photo of the grave marker for Francis J. Bornhorst.
Added by Ellefson on Jun 05, 2015 6:57 AM
|Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton||RE: Virginia Jutton in Assumption Cemetery - Syracuse|
Yes it is Misik
Ed...I want to thank you for finding Norman's grave. I appreciate it very much. Coleen
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