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Andre Dominguez (#47981897)
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Bio Photo Andre J. Dominguez, b. 1947, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. US Navy Machinist's Mate for 6 years, 3-1/2 years on a nuclear Submarine, Penn State University graduate (BSME), electric utility nuclear power engineer/manager for 30 years. Currently a professional researcher specializing in family history research in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
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Stephanie Carpenter
Thank You So Much
Dear Andre,

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the photographs of my relatives! You provided a super fast turn around and for that I'm truly grateful.

The service you provide is so wonderful...wish I could take you out for coffee!

Cincinnati, Ohio
Added by Stephanie Carpenter on Jul 27, 2014 11:29 AM
Joshua McCown
Mary Palmer
Thanks for trying to locate Mary Palmer's stone. Did you notice any other Palmers in the nearby vicinity? Or any Pontz stones nearby? Thanks again!
Added by Joshua McCown on Jul 22, 2014 10:17 PM
ann ebling
John Werle
Do you know if John Werle is buried at the Woodward Cemetery. John was born in 1910.
Added by ann ebling on Jun 11, 2014 4:03 PM
Ray Allen Brabston
Hannah Brabson - Lancaster Cemetery Photos

The photos and info for Hannah/Rachael Brabson Memorial# 36120661 were superburb --
I live in Knoxville, TN and could never make it that far - Thanks so much for the quick response and additional info - if I can ever help with search in east Tennessee area - let me know
Best Wishes
Ray Allen Brabston
Added by Ray Allen Brabston on May 23, 2014 10:47 AM
Jeff Sheaffer
Thanks for the Photo!
Mr. Dominguez,

Wow! What a quick turnaround and excellent hi-res photo to boot!

I greatly appreciate your efforts and taking the time to capture the photo of Dorothy Priscilla Strimel-Ream (Memorial# 39024814). It's support like yours that helps make Find-a-Grave such a wonderful research tool. I keep adding leafs to the family tree.

Thanks again!

Jeff Sheaffer
Southern Maryland
Added by Jeff Sheaffer on May 11, 2014 5:47 PM
Michael A. Higgins
RE: George P. Deichler
Thanks Andre. Your info much appreciated.Looking at his death cert it kind of looks like his remains were taken directly from the Episcopal Hospital to the undertaker.....even though there would appear to be a family grave the undertaker may well have dunped him in a Potters Field grave...that sort of thing happened to some other soldiers. He may well have had no relatives interested in his welfare.
He had a dreadful life.
Thanks again =
Michael Higgins
Added by Michael A. Higgins on May 08, 2014 1:17 PM
Grand Army of the Republic
RE: George P. Deichler

Thank you for the followup. Too bad you were not able to locate George Deichler's grave. I should think that he is buried in the Deichler family plot. The 69th PVI re-enactors out of Philadelphia will attempt to locate the grave one way or another. I hope a burial register for Woodward Hill cemetery still exists. If they do locate his grave, then a new military style marker will be installed and dedicated with military honors. See link below

Added by Grand Army of the Republi... on May 08, 2014 5:30 AM
Grand Army of the Republic
RE: George P. Deichler

You can view Deichler's Philadelphia Inquirer obit at my good friend Michael Higgins' 69th PVI website

The obit states "Woodward Hill Cemetery" in Lancaster, PA. I sent the obit to Michael from a newspaper resource I have access to. May we use the newspaper image that you have posted for Deichler on Michael's website?

Best regards,

Added by Grand Army of the Republi... on May 08, 2014 4:17 AM
Elizabeth Gamber grave
Andre, thanks so very much for the photos of Elizabeth's grave in Lancaster City cemetery. My husband and I are going on May 27th - this month is her 200th birth year anniversary. (She us my GGG grandmother .)

Can you tell me why her stone is misplaced? Do you know if there has been any effort to put it back where it belongs? I am so surprised you found it. Leaning as it is on other, unrelated stones.

Any info you can give me about finding it would be helpful...I am supposing it is at least really in Section 9?

So grateful for your work to help so many...

Katherine (Kathe) Traynham
Added by KTraynham on Apr 30, 2014 8:00 PM
Autistic Savant
Thank You
Thank you so much Andre for taking a photograph of Howard Bauscher's monument for me. This means so much to me. Howard Bauscher was a very important man. He was a builder of roller coasters including the Ocean View, Norfolk, Virginia, Skyrocket (featured in the movie Rollercoaster). As an avid roller coaster historian, I have been able to acquire four of Howard Bauscher's original roller coaster blueprints from the 1920s. I have been eagerly seeking any information that I can on this man. You have helped me.

Thank you again,

Added by Autistic Savant on Apr 24, 2014 8:51 PM
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