|William Kazupski (#47113700)|
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Hello: My name is Bill Kazupski and I am a resident of the City of Chicago. I live on the far south side of Chicago, blocks from a few of the south and southwest Chicago suburbs.|
I come from a family of Chicago police officers. My father spent over 30 years with the force and both my brothers and I am currently a Chicago police homicide detective and have been with the Chicago police department for over 25 years. My mother is a nurse and my one sister works for Loyola Hospital.
I enjoy being a volunteer with Find-A-Grave because it allows me to get my walking exercise in while helping others. Kind of killing two birds with one stone as they say.
The following cemeteries are within walking distance from my residence:
Chapel Hill Gardens (South)
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
First Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Burr Oaks - Due to this cemetery digging up burial plots and dumping the coffins and bodies, this cemetery is the focus of national media and news outlets. It is a historical black cemetery operated by African Americans. It is currently shut down to the public as the criminal investigation is in progress. (Update: This cemetery has re-opened under new management)
Feel free to e-mail with any requests for these cemeteries.
Good Luck To All!
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Mount Greenwood Cemetery offers the following service for $3.00 per person:
Record gives age, cause, place of death, next of kin, funeral home and location.
PHONE: 773 233-0136
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|Homeward Bound||Mount Greenwood Cemetery|
May I please use your photos in my family tree with credit to you for the pictures. Thank you.
|Annie Gegan||The Schirrmachers at Mt. Greenwood|
According to my mom, her grandparents - John and Anna Schirrmacher were not buried together. He died in the 1920s, and was buried in one spot. At that time, Anna was supposed to be buried by him. By the time she died in the 1950s, her children had her buried by their plots. Their sons were John and Charles Schirrmacher, who both changed their surname to "Sherman" in the 1940s (due to WWII). Their daughter was Louise Schirrmacher Dissmer, wife of Karl Dissmer. My grandparents were Charles and Dorothea Schirrmacher (aka Charles and Dorothy Sherman). My grandmother's "real" name was Dorothea Emma Anna Rittmeyer Schirrmacher - She never really went by the moniker "Dorothy Sherman." Everyone in the family still called my grandfather "Karl." The John and Madeline Sherman in the records are my great uncle John Schirrmacher and his wife Madeline Kemp - again, the surname changed to "Sherman." Thank you so much for looking this up for me! My grandma was buried in January - so, I know how the cemetery looks in the snow. So, of course, I'll wait until spring for photos! I live in California now, so I really appreciate your doing this service for all the many relatives of those buried in Chicago.
Many thanks! Annie Gegan
|Jim Gudenrath||RE: Tinkham|
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try again when the snow clears, just to make sure. And thanks again for the help.
Thanks for the two Tinkham grave photos. Looks like you braved some chilly weather to get them. I really appreciate it!
|William Nees||Mount Greenwood Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photographs for me at this cemetery.
|seedsofcuriousity||Thomas Clement Tracy|
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|Mark and Renee||Therese McCormack|
You found yet another one for us! Thanks for the photo. We do appreciate it!
Mark and Renee
Thanks for the Photo.!
Added by Mucer99 on Dec 14, 2013 5:23 PM
|Mike Sweet||Thanks for the photos|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for my Uncle Robert Bowman and Aunt Patrcia Bowman. It would have been difficult for me to take those photos since I live in Michigan. I so appreciated your time and effort.
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