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Bryan Winter (#46975843)
 member for 7 years, 3 months, 13 days
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Genealogist since 1975. Chose to share photos of tombstones gathered.

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Pamila Salter
Dodson Cemetery
Thank you for your work in the Dodson Cemetery near Southdale PA. It allowed me to see the headstones for my great grandparents. Since I live in Washington State, I would otherwise never see them.
Added by Pamila Salter on Apr 05, 2015 11:16 PM
RE: Petrulo
I do know a bit about it. I went there back in the 90's and met some of the relatives. And yes, I am a DiLauro descendant. My grandfather Pietro DiLauro changed his name to Peter Lauro when he went into the Army. He and his brothers and sister migrated to the US, leaving Mom & Dad at home. The youngest brother was sent back because he was legally blind. I would love to see your tree. When I was there, they pretty much said that all the DiLauros were related. There weren't any left, that was coming from the Izzo side of the family that I met. If you send me your email address, I can invite you to see the tree on ancestry.
Andrea Taylor
Added by andreatk on Apr 04, 2015 10:18 AM
Linda Weatherford
Eleanor (Nellie) Rees Hamilton
May I have your permission to place the photo of her gravestone on
Find A Grave Memorial# 7960974
Linda in KY
Added by Linda Weatherford on Mar 23, 2015 8:14 AM
Peppino De Lucia
Calvi Risorta (CE)
Hello Bryan,
first of all congratulations for the great job done. I am pleased to collaborate on this project. The first thing to do is publicize the good work you've done and make it public so that we will have any corrections to the data already loaded and have a cooperation for the collection of additional data missing for it to be complete the job. Also I have been seven days in 2010 in Las Vegas in Nevada and I stayed on "treasure island", very beautiful city ... I read you again as soon as possible.

Have a good holiday

Sincerely, Peppino
Added by Peppino De Lucia on Mar 18, 2015 11:29 AM
Peppino De Lucia
Calvi Risorta (Caserta)
Dear Bryan,
I very much appreciate the hard work you've done for our cemetery of Calvi Risorta. The next time you come here, I would like to meet you and I will be happy to help you in your wonderful work. I am also an associate of "Find a grave" and I would actively work like you do. If it pleases you, I would like to publicize your work on my site "" between the news of Calvi Risorta. Best wishes and I hope to meet you soon ... look your confirmation ...
hello from
Peppino De Lucia
Added by Peppino De Lucia on Mar 10, 2015 11:12 AM
valerie speciale
Calvi Risorta
Thank you for adding the Calvi Risorta Cemeteri. I appreciate all the work. On some of the Memorials it says their is a photo and gives a Jpeg #. What does this mean?

Thank you
Added by valerie speciale on Jan 29, 2015 2:31 PM
Bartee family
Thomas Bartee and Charlotte Carrico also had George C. Bartee who first married Virginia Alice Showalter and then married Mildred Ann Kersey, widow of William James Lowman, all of Pulaski County, Virginia.
Added by Kathy on Sep 15, 2014 4:36 PM

Thanks for the info on Margaretta. I updated her memorial per your info. Neither one of her husbands is buried in Spring Hill and I have no info on their birth dates or death dates so I was unable to search for them. I added their names but could not link her to either one.


Added by Sherry on Jul 22, 2014 7:10 PM
Dianna Taylor
Thank You!!!
Bryan, thank you for all the edits & links on my Fortney kinfolk.
Added by Dianna Taylor on Jul 16, 2014 11:17 PM
Peter Munro
John and Robert Brown buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick, PA
I've just been looking at the memorials 26662490 and 24553945. Do you think these two are the original two settlers of Berwick ?

Best wishes,

Peter Munro
Berwick 900 Families Project

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Added by Peter Munro on May 31, 2014 4:43 AM
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