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Dawn W. Colozzi (#47540447)
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It has been my passion for the better part of the last 10 years to preserve by photography the American history that is being lost to the natural elements.
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 Website: YankeeCemetery.Com
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Charlotte Henry Hughes
Mary E. Schwinn
Marlton Cemetery, Marlton NJ. Find a grave memorial #58180274. Please remove the 2 photos you took and were posted on this memorial page. The Mary Schwinn grave, with the flat grave stone, is that of her grandmother (mother of her father). The 2nd photo of the 2 flush grave stones, shows the graves of Mary E. Schwinn's grandparents. I have posted her actual grave stone which is nearby. Your help with this is much appreciated. Thank you. Charlotte Henry Hughes
Added by Charlotte Henry Hughes on Oct 05, 2015 4:42 PM
Jenny E.
Mary Steiner Shoemaker Putnam memorial
Hi Dawn,
I have been able to link Mary Steiner Shoemaker Putnam to your memorial #74867805. There is a cenotaph for her on her parent's monument at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her cenotaph memorial is #146863033. I don't know of a way to "connect" these 2 memorials but I have referenced your memorial for her on the memorial/cenotaph that I created for her. The info for her cenotaph/memorial came from the monument and from a book/source that is quoted on her mother's memorial.
Jenny E. #47958692
Added by Jenny E. on Aug 18, 2015 6:09 AM
Charlotte Henry Hughes
Marlton Cemetery
Is there any chance that you would be at the Marlton Cemetery any time soon to take photos of the stones???? My first husband has a lot of relatives buried there. Charlotte Henry Hughes
Added by Charlotte Henry Hughes on Aug 07, 2015 11:04 AM
Margot Cole
Rensellaer Varnum
Hi Dawn, I noticed on Memorial #93560733 for Rensellaer Varnum you have listed as his spouse Ella A. Hall 1860-1933. I believe that she was the spouse of his son Frederick.
The spouse of Rensellaer was named Eliza A. LeBaron 1815-_____.
Would you make the correction on that. Could you also check if Eliza's headstone is near her husbands and have a death date.
Your help is appreciated. Thank You
Margot Cole
Added by Margot Cole on Apr 22, 2015 1:33 PM
Barber Family
Thanks for taking photo's of the Barber Family. I agree history is being lost. Thanks for caring enough to record them for the next generation. Eileen
Added by Eileen on Mar 08, 2015 9:13 PM
Fay Carmichael
Patterson at Evergreen
Would it be permissible to add your photos to our Ancestry tree - with a credit line?

Thanks so much for your many contributions - it's great to discover so many distant relatives!

Added by Fay Carmichael on Mar 01, 2015 1:13 PM
George DeKay
James Edmonds
A request to link to link this memorial to parents - last April, and again in December, have gone unanswered.
Please consider.
An updated request, via the edit tab, has been submitted.


Added by George DeKay on Feb 26, 2015 6:44 PM
Bruce Talbott
Memorial 91583343, Harriet Washam
Hello Dawn,

I added a monument photo to subject memorial that is a bit more readable than those already there. You might want to take a look and delete what you don't want.

Added by Bruce Talbott on Jan 27, 2015 1:19 PM
Hosea Cushing
Hi! You posted a headstone photo for my 5th great grandfather Hosea Cushing and I would like to add it to my family tree if you have no copyright concerns. If this is a problem please let me know. Thanks for sharing.
Added by Kartomb on Nov 08, 2014 6:24 PM
J L Bryant
Bryants in Camden
Dear Ms. Colizzi (Dawn),
Can I assume you're related to the Bryant's that you have created memorials for in the Camden area ? If so, (as I don't see or note anyone in those memorials before about 1830...) do you know where this line of Bryants comes from? Wondering if there's a link to my northern NJ clan.

Thanks, Jeff
Added by J L Bryant on Oct 30, 2014 1:52 PM
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