|Ed OBrien (#47269238)|
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I am a retired 71 year old male who has Genealogy, my Family tree, O'Brien-Werner Family Tree, on Ancestry .com , and my Computer , to become my passionate pastime. I thoroughly enjoy visiting cemeteries' in search of grave markers of my ancestors, and documenting both gravestones' and the cemeteries on film to add to our Family Tree. I have been assisted by my two oldest daughters in my endeavors, and together we have accomplished a wonderful Family Tree to pass on to our succeeding generations, to enjoy.|
We have spent many happy hours, my wife and two daughters, in our searches, making a picnic atmosphere, on these searches.
To any of my fellow "gravers" who would care to copy any information I have posted here, I give my permission for you to use it, and hope you enjoy it as much as I did, collecting it.
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A (much) belated thanks for the picture and headstone photo for our Conrad Shaffer
Added by janicet on Nov 20, 2013 5:47 PM
|Kathleen L Hoffman Potter||AJ Hoffman|
Thanks so much for trying to get AJ's stone photos, but the one you posted isn't his.
|Ivan Waddell||August DiTaranto|
ED: Re: Memorial 44532645 for August Taranto at Green Lawn Cemetery. I see that you have posted his son's grave stone photo to August's memorial.
Can you make a memorial the son from info on grave stone and repost photo? Do you have photo for August?
Please check. Thanks Ivan
|Kathleen L Hoffman Potter||Richard Martin Coast|
Would you please crop the photo you posted for him and remove the living person's name from the picture. Thanks,
|Diana Orchard||St. Mary's, New Castle|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos in New Castle and Youngstown.
If you go to St. Mary's, could you please look for the Hagan tombstones? There seems to be no one at the office to speak to and I live in California.
My tree is also on Ancestry.com and I have relatives buried in both Calvary in Youngstown and St. Mary's in New Castle.
|DJ Csikos||William Reed|
Thank you so much for the photos of their memorials, really helps to see stones that are so far away.
A (very) belated thank you for the lovely headstone photo of this Civil War Veteran in our ancestry.
Added by janicet on Jul 28, 2013 9:42 AM
|Kathleen L Hoffman Potter||Rachel Hoffman|
No, I didn't get a notice, but that may be because I wasn't the one who requested it. Thanks for letting me know.
|William Cunningham||Re: Shirley Hoffman|
Thank you for the picture of Shirley's headstone. I know those reflective stones are hard to take. When I run across one, I stand way back and use my telephoto lens.
|William Cunningham||Re: Rachel Hoffman|
Thanks for taking a picture of Rachel's headstone, Ed.
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