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I'm a designer/photographer in Louisville, KY. I've been exploring cemeteries for eons and decided to finally put that to good use here helping people find the graves of their ancestors.|
I'm very happy to make corrections or additions (especially links to spouses & parents) to any of my handiwork.
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11,110 Memorials Added
11,125 Memorials Managed
52 Volunteer Photos Taken
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|John Cavallone||Mary Grace Dalton|
Thank you for updating Sister Mary Grace Dalton's Parents!
Omg!! thank you so very much you just don't know what you just did for me.i thank you from the bottom of my heart and does my sister.
|Debra Sanders||my father|
Thank you and you right i did a little research and saw no one tending to Greenwood so sad.but thanks so much for even the reply such good people here.Thanks
|Gary Sanders||RE: Gary Elvis Sanders Photo|
I sang "Im So Lonesome I Could Cry" at his funeral. It was one of his favorites, as the stone says. Here is a video of him on the Ralph Emery show:
Thank you for posting the photos of my Dads grave. I haven't got to visit him in a while ( Gary Elvis Sanders, Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)
Thanks for the input in organizing my submissions for the Daniel and Annie Shacklette family. I believe I know the address that you were speaking of. Richard W. Cox and his mother, Etta Cox (my gr-grandmother), lived there from 1928-1939. Richard was also married at the time to Willie Lee (nee Foushee). I have one picture of him that I could send if you want to contact me at my email. Cindy Wheeler
|David Cole||Lois Slung|
Thank you so much Rachel!!!!!
Thank you for posting all of the pictures, and information you share. Many family members do not get to visit their family's graves, because we live far away from them. Your work is very much appreciated.
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|Kenneth Sutton||Jake Rosen|
We were amazed to see the gravestone of Jake Rosen.
My mother in law at age 96 is Jake's last sibbling.
She has always wanted to see his grave.
A number of years ago we traced him to the Temple Cemetery.
I called the Temple and offered to make a donation if someone would take a picture of the stone. They wouldn't.
We were talking about Jake with my mother in law yesterday and the stone appeared as my son did a google search.
Do you know Jake's story? It is colourful.
My mother in law's wish as been fulfilled.
|TD Miller||Kentucky Salzman's|
Thank you for the transfer of my Salzman family memorial pages. You have no idea what it means to me to know the final resting place of my great grandparents, great uncle, and great aunt, who I never had the opportunity to know. Bless you for creating their memorial pages and allowing me to manage them. Your friend, Theresa.
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