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Jim Craig (#46551563)
 member for 13 years, 2 months, 15 days
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Bio Photo Remember - there is a story under every tombstone. I am working to see that these people are not forgotten.

When my dear friend Rabbi Moshe Kushner z"l, heard of our work to memorialize the departed, he said "Todah. Really a big Yasher Koach." Little did we know that we would soon be memorializing him as well.

NOTE: If you want a memorial page transferred to you, just ask. I almost always transfer when asked.

ALSO: I give my blanket permission for any of the photographs I have taken and posted on Find A Grave to be used for any non-commercial purpose. Enjoy the photos - that's why I took them!
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PJ Miller
THANK YOU! -- Brownlee/Rice photos
Dear Jim Craig,
My deepest gratitude to you for the wonderful photos that you took of my immediate family's stones. The group photo of the stones with added labeling caught me by delighted surprise, and the care that you took for that bought tears to my eyes and down my cheeks.
I was unable to take them myself due to lack of smartphone because of health and financial constraints. So, I thank you very much, indeed.
God bless you.
PJ Miller
Added by PJ Miller on Nov 08, 2015 12:40 PM
dave green
This info was left for me for finding dave green at waldheim. also, all the other requested names already have photos so i'm not sure why they are needed again.

the staff at waldheim said that there is no row number for david green and the other family members in the lot. all family members are in the tiktin # 1 cemetery. ask the cemetery office for help if needed. please confirm that you've taken the pictures.

david green is in the tiktin # 1 section of the waldheim cemetery, gate 58, lot 222, grave 6. it is a small section.

hyman kranzel is buried in lot 222, grave 3. died 6/19/36.

sarah kranzel is buried in lot 222, grave 2. died 4/27/43.

rachel greenstein is in lot 227, grave 5.
died 2/18/35.

isadore greenstein is in lot 227, grave 4.
died 10/17/27.

abe greenstein is in lot 227, grave 3.
died 4/20/39.

anna greenstein is in lot 227, grave 2.
died 10/14/36.

Added by Keri on Nov 03, 2015 6:28 AM
MacMurchy photos
Many thanks for your quick response to fulfill my photo request. Nancy is an ancestry to me.
Many thanks!
Added by DON SHARP on Oct 18, 2015 3:01 PM
Bernard Johnson
Perry Mason Virtual Cemetery
Wesley Lau would be a good addition there too. #5997602
Added by Bernard Johnson on Oct 16, 2015 5:17 PM
Bernard Johnson
Rabbi Kushner
Shouldn't he have a grave marker yet? Would be good to get a photo. Thanks.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Oct 16, 2015 5:12 PM
Henry Liguori
RE: Archbishop Carfora
Thank you so much for this update and the work you have done to restore Archbishop Carfora's grave site. May God reward you.
Added by Henry Liguori on Oct 13, 2015 11:13 AM
Henry Liguori
Archbishop Carfora
Thank you for adding Archbishop Carfora's grave stone. I had the impression that his grave was vandalized and could not be found. I am curious about how you discovered it. This should e added to his bio on Wikipedia. Good work! If you have any other info about him, I would appreciate knowing more, particularly where he was born in Campania. I could not find any info from Ellis Island about his arrival in NYC. I found that odd. Maybe you can do better.


Fr. Henry Liguori
Added by Henry Liguori on Oct 12, 2015 10:26 PM
Laura Aanenson
RE: Kau in Rosehill
I love overcast days! I spent a rainy morning taking photos recently - beautiful images but I was cold and soaked to the bone long before noon.

Yep, I agree something is better than nothing. I have taken photos so bad I cringe and just hope someone will replace them. Shadows and reflections definitely make the process challenging. I've had to toss a few like you mentioned, the mirror effect completely ruined the shots. Ugh. :o)

I visit Chicago cemeteries every time I'm in town; was kind of all over Rosehill in July. I took 900 photos there. Lots to upload as the weather gets colder.

Love what you've done on Find A Grave and have really enjoyed your blog.


Added by Laura Aanenson on Oct 05, 2015 7:43 PM
Laura Aanenson
Kau in Rosehill
Hi Jim,

The sun was more cooperative when I took pictures than it was for you. Please compare our photos of Anna, Henry and Katherina and let me know what you think.

Happy graving!

Added by Laura Aanenson on Oct 05, 2015 6:00 PM
Herman Cappelle
I couldnt find Herman either. Free sons (new) is apparently pretty small but still confusing. Couldnt figure out what section N would be to even get a photo of the ground.

Did take several hundred other photos though, randomly stumbled on a requested one too. Ill tlak to you more about the 18th soon
Added by Keri on Oct 05, 2015 8:26 AM
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