|Kenneth Gilbert (#46921272)|
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Originally from the Philadelphia area, I now live in Columbus, OH.|
Please, do NOT copy my photos to ancestry.com without giving me credit. Use for commercial purposes is not allowed under any circumstances. However, it is okay with me for you to post my photos of your friends and families headstones on Facebook as long as you link it back to the Find A Grave memorial. You may use my photos on your own personal website if non-commercial, but photo credit is again appreciated [borrowed with permission from J. Sullivan].
If you need to make a correction to one of my managed memorials, use the new Edit feature for most changes. They will be made within 21 days--usually sooner. If you are requesting a biographical update or are requesting a transfer, use the suggest a correction button under that feature. Do not use this for basic changes. Use the new Edit system. As I get an e-mail for those, they will be handled more quickly. Leaving a message here will also generate an e-mail, but please do not use this feature for corrections.
Thanks to Brooke in Henry County, Iowa, for getting me started. She found my wife's great-grandmother's grave in Iowa and posted it--we never would have found it without her!
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|Max S. Kaiser, Jr.||FRANK C. BORGHI|
Ken,great writeup on FRANK, but I would go ahead and add that he was Pres/Genl Mgr of Calcaterra Funeral Home on "The Hill," where he was apprentices from his earliest working days as an adopted son of funeral home founder Paul C. Calcaterra. (You could do just a brief reference to his Pres./Genl Mgr title). He was also a member of Rollo-Calcaterra Post American Legion and Professional Businessman's Club of "The Hill" (PBC), Much thanks for saluting this great St. Louisan and American. BEST REGARDS,
Max Kaiser, Jr. Find A Grave Contributor/Historian
|Carol Beck||RE: Frank Borghi|
Of course! I'm honored that you would.
|John Holle||RE: Dan Souder|
The new photo has been posted.
|Carol Beck||Frank Borghi|
I added two photos that I took but didn't get uploaded until today.
|Susan Ing||RE: Washinton Park|
I have not been there in awhile. Glad to hear the building is down. It takes baby steps with this one. The owner that I have met just does not care. I was at a clean up and he just stood there watching. Not helping. When we had the little boy re-buried underground to keep people out of his old tomb, has acted like he was the one getting all this done. He is a character
Thanks for the update on the condition of the cemetery... Keep up the good work... if I ever get a chance to get out there and help I will.. thanks again for the photo you did get.. :)
|BD Blanchard||RE: Lydia Andrews|
I can't find a birth record so let's leave it as is. Thanks for all your work on these memorials.
|Carol McConkey Skeen||RE: Hazel Calvert 65415248|
Thank you for the information. I didn't know this. I think I will leave the date as is because she did have an obituary.
|Carol McConkey Skeen||Hazel Calvert 65415248|
Thank you for adding a picture of her stone to her memorial. I double checked the obituary date and it is correct. I imagine whoever bought the stone had the wrong date and I have noted in her bio that I do not know why the dates are different.
|letarsier||RE: Adolf Spittal|
Pretty good idea, I did not even check, in fact.
I guess I will begin this job on tomorrow evening.
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