|Ginger & Steve Bollinger (#47170234)|
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Ginger & Steve Bollinger are a couple of "packrats" living in Erie County, Pa. We got involved with Find a Grave while doing research for our family trees. While scavenging cemeteries for our information, we noted additional info "just in case!" That additional info finally got added to Find a Grave and we've continued adding records as we continue to search for ourselves. When adding records to the site, we try to include everything from the grave stone…doing our own search, we realize how important everything is to a genealogist. |
We have just signed on as volunteer photographers...Ginger does the stats and Steve takes the photos. We live very close to the Mill Village Cemetery, Mill Village, Pa. and the Washington Valley/McLallen Saints Cemetery which is close to Edinboro, Pa. We will attempt to fill all photo requests for these cemeteries. You may use our photos for your own personal use on other sites.
In October 2011, we finished recording and photographing all available gravestones in New Hope Cemetery in Butler County, Pa. As of November 2011, Old Annandale Cemetery in Butler County is finished as well.
If any of our records are "yours", we will be more than happy to transfer them to you if they are not on our particular family trees. Please notify us of any additional mistakes we may have made.
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|Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski||TURNER GRAVE MARKERS|
Thank you for the wonderful photo of the TURNER FAMILY GRAVE MARKER---it's very unique.----
Also for each individual grave marker re: William, Caroline, and Purley Turner. Thanks again for helping update these memorials.
Thank-you so much for all your work, trying to find a headstone for Albert Hood, and letting me know there isn't one there. I really appreciate it, I'm from Michigan so you have really helped me out, now I know there isn't a need to go there to find it. You are two wonderful people!!!
Added by Jan on Sep 06, 2014 2:49 PM
Thank you for their stone photos.
|Dave Peck||Andrew Jackson Peck|
Thanks for the great photos. Makes sense that he was born during the presidency of Andrew Jackson.
Thank you for the photo!!
Thanks for posting a photo of this stone. Were you able to read the name and dates for the person on the same stone? If so could you please let me know. THANKS!
Added by glenda on Aug 13, 2014 2:12 PM
|Lois Branch||Edward Foster|
Thank you so much for trying to find Edward's stone. I appreciate your kindness. This is the cemetery listed on his death certificate after he committed suicide, so I will leave his memorial on findagrave.
|Audrey LeRew||William Cairns|
Thank you very much for the time you took to take pictures and post on Bills memorial.
Our class of 1958 super thank you
|Beverly Osman Morris||John Rerick; Memorial # 5690009|
Hello Ginger and Steve,
Thank you very much for taking and adding his headstone photo at Laurel Hill Cemetery on June 11th.
~Blessings, Bev in Calf.
|Rich Vance||Salvatore Baldini|
Thanks for the great photo.
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