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|I'm an amateur genealogist, working on the histories of the different branches of my family. I am happy to help with requests in the Houston, Texas area, as well as other parts of Texas I travel to (El Paso, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, and in between).|
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|L Binder||Sharyn Lee Binder|
I thought there was probably no marker. Thanks for looking at the information. At least we have the plot area.
Added by L Binder on Jan 13, 2015 2:17 PM
|L Binder||Sharon Lee Binder photo request|
Thank you for looking for Sharyn's memorial marker. Even though there does not seem to be a marker the plot information is great to have. She is my husband's sister and we had no information other than the cemetery.
You mentioned if I have the Hebrew name. I got the following from the internet. I don't know any Hebrew so I'm not sure if this is any help. If you happen to go back this is the best I could do.
Thank you very much.
Li, Lee לִי
I'll put this information out with a new photo request.
Added by L Binder on Jan 13, 2015 1:02 PM
|Rich Dohm||Glenwood Cemetery ~ Hunt lot|
Thanks for the great photo of the Hunt's, I'm very grateful. And so large, where I simply could not read the old photo. So thanks twice. If you ever need a Virginia favor just give me a holler!
|Renee S.||Ray Silverstein|
What a nice surprise it was, to hear from FindaGrave that you'd taken a photo of Ray Silverstein's grave. I may be Jewish (as was Ray), but I still feel that Santa brought me a gift on Christmas Eve!
Thanks so much for your kindness. I made a donation to Find A Grave in appreciation of your help.
(Long Island, NY)
Added by Renee S. on Dec 24, 2014 11:11 PM
|Lisa B||Nathan Glowatz|
Thank you very much for taking the time to return to the cemetery to take a picture of my uncle's grave. I really appreciate it!
Added by Lisa B on Dec 04, 2014 4:28 PM
|Lisa B||Re Nathan Glowatz|
I contacted the cemetery and found out that I made an error in the exact location of my uncle's grave. Nathan Glowatz is buried in:
Beth Yeshurun Post Oak Cemetery Section “C”, Lot 0059. Grave 003.
I had the wrong section in my notes. Hope you can find his grave now. I really appreciate your help with this. Thanks a lot.
Added by Lisa B on Dec 02, 2014 7:30 PM
|Bill Blackstock||Jay Bahme|
Thank you for taking this picture. There might be a permanent marker there in a couple of months. If you happen to return to this cemetery for other photo requests please check for it and take a picture of it too if it wouldn't be too much trouble.
I don't know if you read his obit or not, but this man served in the Navy at the battle of Okinawa during WWII. He is a true American hero.
My father also served on this ship, but at a different time. I know of Mr. Bahme through the Laffey Association of which my father was also a member.
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Elizabeth Reardon photo|
Good morning, you are welcome. It was my pleasure. Have a great week.
|Barbara Lintner||Jesse Meadows|
Thank you so much for all the time and walking you put in try to locate this grave, I did not know this person but I found his obituary and got his memorial posted so at least he is not lost to us for ever.
|annulla||Thank you so much!|
I very much appreciate the photo of my cousin's headstone. I will e adding it to the images in my family tree. Thank you, thank you!
Added by annulla on Oct 02, 2014 2:47 PM
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