|Walter Doernbach (#47666484)|
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I've been researching my family tree for 30 years+. As a genealogist, I realized early on in my quest for information that documentation is very important. And visited all the cemetery's that my family was believed to be interred. I started taking photos of all their headstones. Then someone asked me one day not to long ago about my parents and why they had markers in two places and told me about this project. My families include Doernbach,Rapp,Walz,Jobs,Sagers,Heuples,Bartz,Locks,Jakubowski,Holendorf,Held,Andersen,Javes, Eklund, D'Agostino, Romeo and many more. My family is so spread out that it takes allot of my spare time just tracking down every branch.|
I have recently started helping my wife with her family, the Shalz's from Kansas to California
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|Popeye||James Albert Meadows|
Hey Walter, You have posted James twice. His memorial #82793553 has a pic posted by me. The other is #100443740s with no picture.
It's bad getting old ain't it?? Me TOO!!
Added by Popeye on Jun 15, 2016 3:13 PM
|Susan Daniel||RE: Clifford Squier|
You are most welcome!
|Andre La Plume||RE: John Del Castillo|
Late response, but you are welcome.
All I know about Giacoppo's is Gus(Cosmo) & his brother John lived in Hammonton, NJ as borders in my great-grandmother's house, Bertino/Ruggerio and eventually married my great aunts Rosie & Anglina. As I scrolled through the census' & military records in Hammonton, I found many Ruggerio and several Giacoppo. Gus & John's military records say they were born in NJ, but I remember a very thick Italian accents from them both. Both had no biological kids, 1 adopted son who carried the name but is now passed away. I don't know their parents or siblings or family origin. They really married into my family. If you have any further questions, you can message me here or @email@example.com anytime just keep the family name in the subject line. Joze
|Claudia Clarke||RE: Linda Whipple|
you are welcome
Thank you so much for clearing the duplicate of my Great Aunt Rose and correcting the memorial attached to her husband John. I thank you :)
|Sheila B||Philip Anthony "Phil" Cerbone|
Thank you so much for the great photo of Philip's headstone, it is much appreciated!
Added by Sheila B on Oct 16, 2014 9:41 PM
|Becky Feaster||Lamar Daley|
Thank you so much for this picture.
|Darleen Laney||Henry voss|
Thank you for the wonderful picture of my great great grandfather! My grandmother was Anna Voss Kroekel my mother was Dorothy Kroekel
|RS Witwer||Pauline Sutton|
I just fulfilled your request for a photo for the gravestone for Pauline Sutton. You had asked about the surrounding area. I wanted to report that her gravestone was at the rear of the cemetery, with no other family stones closeby. The stone to the right was for John J. Mosuly, Jr, who died on March 1, 2010 and the stone on the left was for Ronald and Darlene Schiffl. They are the only stones in this area of the cemetery. I did take other Sutton family pictures in the cemetery and will make sure that they're entered in Find A Grave for general reference. Good luck with your search. Rhonda
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