|Rob Olson (#46965053)|
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I'm originally from Cream Ridge New Jersey, moved to Virginia in September 1999 and currently live in Washington D.C. since July 2001. I have always been interested in my family heritage, researching on and off over the past 20 years. |
I am always willing to help those who need photos of the family grave sites in The Washington D.C. area. One of the most interesting aspects of adding grave sites to Find A Grave is researching the people and learning about their past lives. D.C. is full of unknown history ready to be open with a flash of the camera.
Other hobbies include visiting the many wineries in Virginia and tasting their delicious products. I am also a numismatic (coin collecting) and enjoy playing Tennis.
I work as a Program Analyst for ASRC MS at the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
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Thanks so much for the speedy service! Later yesterday, I found the rest of the family, so I have put in requests for the same photo for Edward Little 139468189 and his father John Little 139471123. There are a couple more family members, but I've apparently exceeded my limit for photo requests this week, so will try again for them in a few days. Thanks again!
Added by hgs205 on Dec 02, 2014 3:44 AM
Could you by chance add the photo you added to Grace Little's memorial 10858565 to Clara Little's memorial 139444548? I have put in a photo request so you'll get volunteer credit. Thanks so much.
Added by hgs205 on Dec 01, 2014 2:29 PM
|Louise Emmett||The Lenhardt Farm|
I'm so interested in this! Did your family live across the road from the Lenhardt's in Cream Ridge? Olson sounds so familiar to me. Also, Bauer is so familiar! I can almost hear my Dunta (Aunt Marion Lenhardt) saying your name. It's so weird but exciting! Please let me know how and if you're related to them (me...) Thank you so much for this site!
Granddaughter of Frank Lenhardt
|SLGMSD||Glenwood Cemetery - Margaret Hess|
Thank you so very much for taking a photo of the monument for Margaret Hess. It is very much appreciated. I do apologize for not contacting you sooner to thank you, but I was out of town on an extended trip and then found I had broken my foot! Thanks so very much, Rob!
Added by SLGMSD on Jul 06, 2008 3:36 PM
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