|Shari R. (#48111942)|
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|I am a retired social worker. I lived in Rome,NY, most of my life. I'm interested in genealogy and helping people locate their ancestors.|
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|Richard Bissell||RE: Mary A. O'Hara|
The order you place the pics determine the order they will appear on the memorial. You did fine and thanks again.
|Richard Bissell||O'Hara Photos|
We wish to give to you a great big thank you. We've been waiting for some time. Have a very good day.
|HKath||RE: Dick Froschauer|
Yes please and thank you. He was my uncle. Thanks! Kathleen Riley
Added by HKath on Jun 14, 2014 6:32 AM
|Pete||RE: Marshall Gage request|
Thank you so much. If there is no marker, which is probably the case I'll remove my request. If the cemetery office can provide a plot location that would be great to add to the memorial as well.
Thank you again,
Added by Pete on May 11, 2014 3:43 PM
|malloy||Thank you from Jim Malloy|
Thank you for time and dedication, and kindness for taking a photo of Christopher and Anne's Memorial. Christopher's son, Thomas, would marry Kathleen Condon (My Great Aunt).
Kathleen's younger sister, Bridget is my maternal Great Grand Mother, and would marry a Daly, my Grand Mothers maiden name.
I'm a Malloy also of North Norwich descendants.
Thank you again!
Added by malloy on May 07, 2014 6:36 AM
|Carol Crawford||Simon Willard|
Thanks for the picture of my 5th great grandfather
|Tonia Hunt Ashdown||Thank You!!|
Thank you so much for doing this for me.
|Robin Allison||Congelton family|
He was their only child. He served in World War II with my grandfather over in Burma as a radio operator. They were assigned with the Chinese divisions. They assigned two Americans with each division so that the United States could monitor the movement of the Chinese military. They were continually behind enemy lines and went and before the United States military to get the positions of the Japanese. They went in before Merrells Marauders. But we're not given many awards they deserved because they were not considered U S infantry because they were with the Chinese Divisions. My Grandfather was the first american to get to him and was with him until he passed away. My grandpa said his death was a turning point for him in that war. And at 92 his death bothers my Grandpa
|Judy Wood||Ryerson Gravestone|
Hi Shari R
Thanks so much for the Ryerson gravestone photo, I appreciate your kindness
|Robin Allison||Congelton family gravestones|
Thank you so much for going to take these pictures. A week after I made this request I traveled there to take them as I was in the vicinity. Unfortunately the tree trimming service decided to cut down and knock over the family stone and broke the one for Douglas, it was a mess. So thank you from the bottom of my heart, as I knew I would never get the chance to go back .
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