|Angelique Monticello (#46883656)|
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This venture started with a family tree hunt for the family members of my wonderful husband Mr. Frank Monticello. At the time I didn't find any family members because they were lost. So the family I found I gave them a home here in the hopes someone like me will come looking for them and they would not be forgotten. This website is a great place for any family to call home. If you have any photos, questions or correction you would like me to add for the records I have placed on here, feel free to email them to me.|
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If you would like more info about the G.A.R. badge posted, it was a part of an estate I acquired recently. You may contact me for more info.
|Kathy Salazar||Abbie Billings photo request|
Buried next to Abbie is her husband Dr. Melvin A. Billings memorial ID# 93059954. Can I transfer his memorial to you?
|Susan Hale Parkhurst||Photograph of Charles, Mary and George Ent tombstones|
Thank you Angelique for taking the time to photograph these stones for me. I am a descendant of Charles and Mary Ent, through their son Charles, Jr. Your efforts are truly appreciated.
Susan Hale Parkhurst
|Jon Phillips||Thank You!|
Thank you for adding the photo of the entrance to Greenwood Cemetery in Hamilton, Ohio to my Dad's memorial. He would've been 81 today. What a kind man he was.
|Linda Sexton Nusbaum||RE: Mielke|
Thank you for the notice for the links to Christofer's & Herman's memorial pages. If you would like to email me at email@example.com, I will be happy to send you everything I have found so far on Drusilla and the Mielkes.
|Catmutt||RE: Irene Zaccaro (1902-1982)|
I received it!! You are perfectly awesome!! Thank you so very much!! My mom will be so pleased!!
-Cheryl (aka Catmutt)
Added by Catmutt on Mar 26, 2011 11:59 PM
|Catmutt||Irene Zaccaro (1902-1982)|
My mother and I were talking about a recipe book she has (c.1948). She said that the book was given to her by her Godmother, Irene. I am interested in family history, myself, so I asked a little more about Irene. Mom says she had some important title in Maryland, but she couldn't remember what. My grandmother (Mom's mother) was friends with Irene before Mom was born. My grandmother was Mildred A. Greenfield. The Irene Zaccaro that Mom knew was very tall, never married, and was originally from Italy. Anyway, I looked her up online, since there is so much geneology info available, now. The Irene Zaccaro you have listed (view of grave) looks to be the same Irene Zaccaro. I am curious to know if you know what her title or job was when she was alive and still working. My mom is in her 80s, now, and I would like to help her remember this person who was very influential in her life.
Added by Catmutt on Mar 24, 2011 7:00 PM
|Carol Tessein||William Lee Hobbs - St. Stephens, OH|
Would you add the following information to your memorial for William Lee Hobbs? Thank you
William Lee "Bill" Hobbs
Professional baseball player 1913-1916. Played for the Cincinnati Reds.
|Kat||RE: Monticello Family|
Hope it was ok, lots of plant material, I tried to clean it up a little.
Added by Kat on Apr 06, 2010 7:43 AM
|Nikki||RE: Van Winkle|
Thanks for adding his other son, and Thank You for picking up the request at Greenwood! There are several Vanwinkle there, but I haven't conneted all of them yet. Not sure who they belong to.
Added by Nikki on Feb 19, 2010 2:38 PM
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