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History is fascinating.... If we don't learn from it, we are doomed to repeat it! "The disadvantage of men not knowing the past is that they do not know the present." My brother, accuses me of living in the past (not my fault that I was born too late.) Love to fly in vintage aircraft, board old naval vessels, and explore historic places like Arizona ghost towns. Currently working in the Detroit and Phoenix area as a Security Consultant, cause couldn't get my dream job... Lighthouse Keeper!|
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|Mary Kamp||Assistance Finding Seifert Family|
My name is Mary and I work for the Warren City Council. We are attempting to find information so that we can locate friends and family members of Deanna Seifert. We are going to have a plaque made and dedicate a playground in her memory and would like her family and friends to be involved. If you have any contacts or information, can you please have them contact the Warren City Council 586-258-2060. Thank you and God Bless!
|jacqueline talos||Headstone for father.|
Just wanted to say Thank you for putting up the photo of the Cemetery Sign on my dads page. I added a photo of him as well as comments. I was just wondering how I can find out if his Head Stone has come in and placed yet. I live out of State and was not sure if it has been placed yet. Also is there a way to get a photo or will one be posted when it does get placed.
Thanks for all you do
Daughter of Frank Rucha
|Jackie New||Wiltrakis Photo|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph my Great Grandparents headstone.
It means so much to me!
|Deb Armstrong||Jean Bialek|
Dave, I would like to talk to you more about the Bialek family. Please contact me.
|Canfield||Wife of Benjamin Canfield|
His wife's maiden name was Mary Redfield Colby. I took the liberty of sending the correction to Find A Grave.
Added by Canfield on Feb 26, 2015 1:33 AM
|Valle P Lindsey||How do I correct the name of my father?|
I really appreciate all of the work that has gone into this, but there is an error in the name and place of death of my father who was buried in the City of Mesa Cemetery in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona USA.
His name is John Charles Phillips and it is listed as John Charles Phillips, Jr which he is not a Junior. His birth date was 9 Nov 1917 in Burley, Cassia, Idaho, USA and his death date was 5 Jan 2007 in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona, USA. He was living in Tempe at the time of his death, but died at the Hospice facility in Mesa just over the
Thanks for you help in this. I would like to know what needs to be done to correct this and if there is something that I can do.
Valle Phillips Lindsey
|D. Gould Hall||Evergreen Cemetery|
I see that you placed a couple of photos on the Evergreen Cemetery main page. This is the Evergreen Cemetery located at W. Warren Ave & Asbury Park. I would like to get in touch with someone at that cemetery and cannot locate a phone number. I've contacted the "other" larger Evergreen and they don't have a phone number for this one either. Do you happen to know one? From what I can see on Interment.net this is an inactive cemetery.
If you would be going there any time in the near future, would you be willing to look for a headstone for me? You may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you prefer.
Thank so much,
|Marguerite||Ferdinand Eichbrecht @ Meade Cemetery|
Can you move your photo from # 60011421 to # 9996577 which is the original created in 2004. Your photo is on the duplicate profile which needs to be deleted and we don't want to loose your photo. Thank you for your consideration and great photo !
|D M Rossie||Frye Memorial|
Thank you, Dave, for the photo of my cousin's marker. I appreciate your kindness in fulfilling this request for me.
|Steve Trudgeon||Lewis and Ada Whitney - photos|
Thank you for the photos. I really appreciate the favor.
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