|Soul Searcher (#46785632)|
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I post memorials to honor the deceased and to assist genealogists who are seeking information about family members. I do not know any of your loved ones that I have added to this site.|
Feel free to add pictures of your loved ones.
I will be happy to make corrections or add any information (personal, Obit, etc.)
Hopes this helps with your family genealogy.
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|Tom Jennings||Merry Christmas|
As I look back on the last year, we have collaborated on many memorials. Thank you for your patience and diligence. May your 2015 be happy and healthy.
|Angela Bryans||RE: Walter Chmiel|
I placed the photos on your entry and deleted the ones I had placed.
I just posted a picture of the headstone for a
Walter Chmiel, Jr d 2007. Could this be Walter
|Jean Williams||# 42683327|
Thank you for the noted credit.
|Tom Jennings||Easter Joseph Gallagher|
I found his WWI Draft Registration on Ancestry! He was married to a Regina Sigler in 1904 at Philadelphia.
|Dominick A. Donoflio||Thank You!|
I have not been to my Father's grave since he passed, as I live in Virginia and he is buried in NJ. I was pleasantly surprised to find this memorial with a picture of the headstone on line. Thank you!
|Jay McCaddin||Kelly family marker|
Thank you so much for this picture. I've been trying to find these family members for a very long time. I live in Alabama now so I don't get up north any more to pay my respects to my late relatives.
This photo means so much to me.
|James Harry Lawrence||Franklin Pierce Adair|
Thank you for the transfer of cousin Frank. Very kind of you to do so. Have a great day and good luck in your search. Jim Lawrence, Mullica Hill
You helped me in the past,can you help again?
I'm looking for my grandfather,Joseph A.DelDuca. Born Sept.21 around 1899,died Dec.5,1978. Believed to be buried at Calvary Cemetery in Cherry Hill,NJ.
Any other DelDuca graves at that cemetery would be very welcomed too,for instance,Dominic DelDuca who passed in 1954.
You are to be commended for your work. If it wasn't for you I wouldn't be able to see where my ancestors are laid to rest as I live in a different part of the country and may never get to see where they are.
Thank you again for the time you put in for so many of us.
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