|James Burke (#17941237)|
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Hi all. I've had an interest in family history since I was very young. Following my grandfather's death in 1994, my aunt gave me some of his old records, including a baptismal certificate that was written in Polish. It was then that I began doing some serious research into my Borowski, Schorer, De Lille, and Day family lines. I feel very strongly about remembering and paying tribute to those who have gone before.|
Please take a moment to visit my unforgettable mother:
Marie Constance De Lille Burke
My beloved brother:
Richard Michael "Rick" Burke
Henry De Lille
Elise "Elsie" Day De Lille
John Anthony Borowski
Mildred Mary Schorer Borowski Bowen,
A sincere thank you goes out to all the kind souls who leave flowers and messages on the memorials I've posted here, and also to the many wonderful people who are so willing to voluntarily post photos of my loved ones' headstones. It truly means more than I could ever say.
"We are defined by whom we have lost..."
- Anna Quindlen
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|Sandy Mariano||Fred Rhea Day|
I am hoping you have more information on Fred. He is my husbands 2nd cousin a few gen back. I know he passed in Sacrament, which just happens to be where I live :) Do we know how he passed and know for sure who he married. some of the attachments on ancestry.com are not clear.
Thanks for all your hard work!
|Thomas L. Harman||Re: Berney Hobbs|
Thank you so much for filling my request for Berney's tombstone.
I do appreciate the kindness.
|Thomas L. Harman||Re: William W. Fulbright|
Thank you very much for taking the time to be a photo volunteer and for filling my request for William Fulbright's tombstone.
There is a request for his wife, Maebelle's tombstone as well. If you would post your photo on her Memorial as well, that would be great.
|Christie Trapp||John T. Milner - transfer|
Thanks for transferring John Milner's memorial to me. It is greatly appreciated.
Please tell me about the name Osti you have here. There is one listed as Amabile Amalia Osti, but where does the name Amabile come from? I only see her listed elsewhere as Amalia. Thank you.
|Emily Rose||Thank you|
James, thank you for transferring to me the memorials for my great grandparents, Emma and Frank Fargo. Much appreciated!
|Elaine R S||RE: Henry Zay|
You got it. thanks
|Jhere McKenzie||Anson Family Tree|
Through my research, I ran across your name on my family pages in Find A Grave. I was wondering if you are related and/or where you found information about them. I just discovered my grandparents, along with a great grandmother, aunts and uncles. I am a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave, so you can image what a wonderful discovery it was as I was looking for others. Looking forward to hearing from you. Jhere
|Jeannie||Holder's in Greenwood|
I was wondering if you could kindly link my husband's grand uncle and his wife? George Dewey Holder Find A Grave#61679853 and Hattie Belle Wilson Holder Find A Grave#61679894 Thank you!
Added by Jeannie on Dec 07, 2013 11:08 PM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pfc Maurice J. Waibel|
Pfc Maurice J. Waibel was severely wounded in action in Sicily and was evacuated back to Tunisia where he died of his sustained wounds. He died on 3 August 1943.
Private First Class Waibel was buried in the temporary American II Corps Cemetery in Mateur, Tunisia in grave B-10-96.
After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.
Do you know the unit/battalion/ he belonged to, do you have a picture of his grave
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