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Genealogy is my favorite pass time for 22 years. My youngest daughter (now 17) loves to go and help. I enjoy solving mysteries and learning facts to discover what life was like then. I will be happy to help others find graves and take photos. |
I take many road trips for family and work and often wander off to see nearby old or rural cemeteries. I travel through most areas on the east coast include NY, PA, NJ, MA and some DE.
Happy searching :-)
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|Paul O'Quinn||RE: Bill Daffern|
Don't like it?? Thank you so very much Lori. I think that the originator of Bill's memorial had waited about six months for the marker picture. We both appreciate you and your efforts.
|Paul O'Quinn||Bill Daffern|
Lori, thanks so much for posting the photo of Bill's marker. Can you please add it to his wife's memorial. She is linked to him. Thank you, Paul
|Igor Sch||Max Solot|
Thank you for the picture. Too bad there are no Hebrew inscriptions.
Added by Igor Sch on Aug 14, 2012 12:42 PM
Thank yo so much, Lori! I appreciate what you did so much! Yes, please send me Mollie, I will make a note to myself to bring some items to trim the bramble next time I'm out there. Again, many, many thanks!
Thanks a billion for your dogged determination in finding Jack's Tombstone!!!!
Added by Jean on Jun 14, 2012 1:54 PM
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||Your wonderful photos Alan J Vee|
Once again Lori, your generousity and leg wook is greatly appreciated
The family has been gifted with your work and energy. My uncle Al died on Feb 28th 1967, what better Yahrzeit could there be than to have his grave found and a memorial entered in Findagrave in his honor on this date !
I never knew my aunt Roz's maiden name so your finding her family is a gift to her children, my cousins.
Once again my family could not have a better friend!
|Joe C||RE: found them|
Glad you found them!
According to my records, I don't have anyone else who might be buried in the 'old' Montefiore cemetery.
The only ones I haven't found thus far would be a few Elman's.
Thanks again so much for putting in the extra effort, I really appreciate it!
Added by Joe C on Feb 26, 2012 2:14 PM
|Joe C||RE: Lena zuckerman|
Unfortunately, I don't. I do know that she was born in 1888 as was her husband, whom I know of as 'James'. They might be different though.
Added by Joe C on Feb 26, 2012 1:53 PM
|Joe C||RE: Question - Dan and Kitty Lake|
Hey Lori -
I'm not 100% sure as another Find A Grave member originally created the memorials.
I have some other family buried in this cemetery, so it kind of made sense, but might be a coincidence too.
Kitty Lake is related through marriage to the Bedfords (whom I believe you took some photos for me a while ago) and Dan is her husband. Based on this, it makes sense that Kitty is buried in the same cemetery, and might be near the Bedfords.
Other family names that *might* be near the Bedfords:
-Esther Lake (maybe this is the Edith Lake you mentioned?)
Thanks for asking, and thanks SO much for going out there!
Added by Joe C on Feb 26, 2012 1:02 PM
|Smadar Belkind||Abraham Belkind's Grave Stone|
Thanks so much the photo of Abraham Nelkind. It's quite remarkable. He was my husband's second great-grandfather.
I appreciate very much you taking the time to photograph it!
Happy New Year!
Smadar Belkind Gerson
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