|Ken B (#47187148)|
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I've been involved with my family's genealogy research for many years and found cemetery records - and headstone inscriptions - to be quite helpful. I also found that many of the graves of my relatives had no markers and feel that by posting those sites on Find A Grave, I'm helping to honor the memories of those deceased. Since I've also had a great deal of experience in photography, I try to help others with their genealogy research by fulfilling requests for cemetery marker images whenever possible.|
If I've created a memorial that duplicates one already in existence, it is not done intentionally. Please let me know if that occurs and I will remove mine as soon as possible.
If I've created a memorial for one of your relatives, and you'd like me to transfer management, let me know.
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Thank you for taking the time to photo and upload the picture.
|Mary Lou Stefanko||Wisners in Greenfield Cemetery|
Ken, Thank you for all your efforts in locating graves of some of my Wisner ancesters. It was amazing to learn that both my Great Grandfathers are in the same cemetery (Franklin Erwin Wisner and Oscar Leslie Kane). It is amazing what can come of internet connections. Thank you, Mary Lou S
Thank you for pointing out that Allen
was on his parent's headstone.
Thank you for the picture.
Added by andieno on Jul 04, 2014 11:23 AM
|Brenda||Mott Query at Greenfield|
Ken, thank you so much for your quick response to my email query about the burial site at Greenfield Cemetery for George and Ellen Seabury Mott. You are very encouraging!
Added by Brenda on Jun 26, 2014 12:15 PM
|AlbqFirefly||RE: Katherine Zerreiss|
As noted on the entries, my dates are often the cremation date or interment date. You can go ahead and add updates to the drop down correction system and I delete those caveats as I approve them. Thanks!
|May Bartens||RE: Giuliano at Holy Rood|
Thanks so much! I never would have gotten the first name. Were you able to see what the plaque on the right said?
|AAW||Arline Colcord in Greenfield|
Thanks for looking. I suspected there may not be a stone for Arline because she seems to have been the last of her line: no descendants to put up anything for her.
Did you know what name is on the large rough-hewn rectangular stone behind Harvard Colchord's stone?
Added by AAW on Jun 21, 2014 12:56 AM
|Sean Briody||Greenfield - Staros/Stanchi|
Thanks again for your wonderful work!! Great as always, be it Holy Rood or Greenfield!
Oh, thank you for this one, too. Some relatives looked for it on their own, but didn't find it.
|marjsmith||RE: Smiths at Greenfield|
Thank you so much!for finding my Mom & Papa! Emily and Ray are there, but I don't know exactly where. I'll ask some relatives. Thank you again.
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