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The first time I requested photos I received two responses immediately, and the photos came the next day! I decided right then that I had to become a volunteer too. I love genealogy and being part of this wonderful community.|
Please feel free to use the pictures that I post for your personal use, and/or email me for the originals which are generally huge jpg files that I have resized to meet the Find A Grave requirements.
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|Airrow||Tyler Photo Request Oakmont|
Susan, thank you for claiming this request. Please note that along with Lilyan there is another request for Richard Tyler who should be close to her. He is in Meditation, 145, 9E, 2D. I've requested that his location be added, but that hasn't happened yet. They should be next to Harl and Lucille and Curtis Tyler who already have photos. I truly hope there are stones there, don't know why they weren't taken when the others were. Thank you so much!
Added by Airrow on Jul 20, 2014 6:32 AM
|Michelle Northrup Taglavore||Blanchard Photo|
Susan, your photos of my brother-in-law's grave were perfect. I didn't realize that my sister already had her name engraved on the marker. Hope it will be years before we put her date on it. Thank you so much for your kindness.
If the Marie Valentine is the Mary Valentine I'm looking for, she was step-grandma to my husband and grandma to some of his siblings. I'm researching the family. Her maiden name has been listed as Valentine & as Stewart. She was married at least 3 times: Arthur Cleary, William Farnham & Roy Fisk. This was my only lead.
|Linda Carr||Chauncey and Clarrisa Stuart|
Are you related to the Stuarts? If so, do you know any connection between them and Marie Valentine? She is living with them in the 1900 census and is listed as servant. She is 12 years old at the time. It also says she's in school. Any help you can offer would be most appreciated. Thank you.
|CMcKenna||Edna Barbieri - photo|
Susan, thank you so much for the photo of Edna's gravemarker. Note only did I get hers but next to her was her husband's - a twofer for the price of one! The photo was so clear and close that I could actually read it without enlarging it. You are great!
Added by CMcKenna on Jan 08, 2014 5:05 PM
|karen kelly||RE: Levi Stuart|
Happy to transfer as many as you need. Thanks, kk
|The Lady in Black||RE: William & Louise Trosien|
Have you ever contacted the cemetery to see if their graves are marked? If they are, you can have them raised free of charge. Just need to make a phone call. There are problems, but the new management is trying to fix what they can. Plus, the neighborhood is not good, and hasn't been for a long time. I've got over 400 relatives at Woodmere, and we've never had a problem, but there are indeed problems, especially with the city itself, as is well known. I'll get off my soapbox now, but that's what I would recommend--contact the cemetery. If you do call them before the snow falls, resubmit your request when you get the word that the gravestones have been uncovered.
|LM Shewalter||RE: John Dann|
You're very welcome!
|Doug & Marilyn Parman||Clinton Alvin Moore|
Sorry to say he has no marker, just the grave number.
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