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|Find a Grave has helped me greatly with my|
family research and I am now trying to help others with theirs. Memorials are meant to be shared so you do not need my permission to use photos I have taken for your own personal records.
If you are a relative of a person I will be more than happy to transfer management unless I am directly related to that person.
If you want me to edit anything I will only do so if you click on the magic edit button. I try to be careful to not create dupes but sometimes its bound to happen so just let me know which memorial I created a dupe of.
I do edit obituaries when I can to protect the names of those still living.
Some very useful links:
Italian Cemetery- Gives burial records for most of the cemetery and is just absolutely amazing.-https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-20592-9862-68?cc=1922526&wc=M9M4-BPS:n369100947#uri=https%3A%2F%2Ffamilysearch.org%2Frecords%2Fwaypoint%2FM9M4-BG2%3A503973275%3Fcc%3D1922526
For Bay Area (most specifically Holy Cross Cemeteries) check out http://www.sfgenealogy.com/
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|M.Wilson||Thank you for the photo!|
Thank you so much for the photo of Catherine O'Reilly's headstone (and the other family members included on it too!!!)! I have specifically been looking for the Baby's grave too so that is very helpful.
Added by M.Wilson on Feb 24, 2015 8:41 AM
It's a wonderful service you all provide. It's one thing to have a death certificate or other paper record, but to see a photo (even of a grave) makes the person somehow "come alive". Kinda a weird thought, but there, I've said it. Thanks for your good work, Don Verhees
|moxie||John & Lawrence Lopes|
Thank you for the photo of John & Lawrence's headstone. I created the memorial page for an out-of-state friend, she will be happy for a virtual visit to her brothers.
Added by moxie on Feb 22, 2015 2:35 PM
Thank you for making your information accessible to all. And especially for the Italian Cemetery link in San Francisco!!
Janet Mosconi Peterson
|Louis Roth||Aria grave|
thanks for looking ...
I don't know why I did not post the location, really sorry about that
Section SOS, row 37, grave 30
is this where you went to look?
I better head out to Cypress Lawn and get some work done out there
Thank you for the photo!
|Ron Shrack||Ramona R. Richardson|
Thank you for posting the picture of Ramona R. Richardson's burial headstone on her findagrave memorial page.
|Per Weber||A Photo on a Cemetery|
Dear S.F. London
I am so happy that you took a photograph of the gravestone of Lillian Raynal and her husband Alfred Raynal. Lillian Raynal was my fatherīs cousin, and her parents emigrated to California from Denmark in 1910. I have been trying to contact Lillian and Alfredīs son Alan Lee Raynal, born january 12, 1937, and who lived in Pacifica, California in 1979.
Since that day we have no trace of him.
I am very happy for the Photo, and will show it to my mother, who is still alive, 101 years old, but sound and healthy.
Kirsten Ribers and Per Weber
|S. Pisciotta||Robert Pariani|
Thanks so much SF for taking the photo
|Dana G||Holy Cross, Colma|
You were right -- I was at Holy Cross today, trying to find my way around, and a groundskeeper stopped and help me get my bearings. I was able to fulfill six photo requests! What a nice feeling.
I'm pretty sure you've been out there recently, since I believe you've recently fulfilled a few requests, also. I tried to see if there was anyone else around, taking photos, so that maybe I could introduce myself.
I don't know what the protocol is, but I'd like to add you as a "friend"? Even though I don't actually KNOW you!
Added by Dana G on Feb 13, 2015 12:04 AM
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