|Christine Haus & Mum (Adele Swiontek)||RE: Esther Township Pioneer Cemetery|
I usually post from what other people give me - there is a person who does a lot of pictures ShaneO (#47009366)is a great one and HL49 (#48122735)
|Ace||RE: Morris Schapiro|
Hi! The caption has been fixed. I apologize for the error. Ace
Added by Ace on Nov 19, 2013 4:01 PM
|Ace||RE: Morris Schapiro|
Hi! The photo for Morris Schapiro has been posted and a caption added. Ace
Added by Ace on Nov 15, 2013 5:01 PM
Hi! Yes, I looked for Morris, but I could not find him nearby. I did notice the empty grave stand next to Ben. I looked in several rows in front of and behind Ben trying to find Morris with no success.
I would be happy to post the first photo, which shows the empty grave stand next to Ben, to the Morris profile. Ace
Added by Ace on Nov 14, 2013 4:39 PM
Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery or submit a grave location request online and obtain the grave location (Gate, Section & Lot Numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the Find A Grave memorial.
Waldheim Cemetery: (708) 366-4541
Online submission: http://www.waldheimcemetery.com/SiteContent/Locate-Family-Grave/
Waldhim Jewish Cemetery is a huge consolidated group of cemeteries with over 150,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find a grave and take a photograph.
Thank you, Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 13, 2013 8:19 PM
You left a photo request for Evergreen. If you can contact the office at 708-422-9051 to get the section name, part and lot #, I can try to get out there this weekend. Let me know. You can either add that into to your photo request or message me.
Added by SLeamon on Oct 04, 2012 8:03 PM
Lori, my Fayette line came through Canada and before that France though I have seen some who came from Sryia- parts of which are now Lebanon. You know, when immigrants came in they were often given a more American name and that may be what happened. Have you written or contacted Ellis Island to see if that is what happened.
The funny thing is I do have a line from Syria- my mother's father was from there- and I just made contact the last couple years with some who are very likely cousins.. Grandpa was Isaac Tamer. Now, the Tamer's have long been a family in Syria, but his name would have been Issa and not Isaac. Issac was not the only brother who came to the US. there was also Nelson, Michael (Mikal) and there were cousins Louis and Hebert. I've found some other Tamer's here but not how they connect. Also grandpa's mother was Oona (Anna) Tehech which became Tosh. And I've known a cousin of that name.
Contact me at my email address and we can talk more. Do you make any of the Syrian dishes? I know how to make a few.
Hi Lori, I am just wondering if you are into genealogy and have done any on your family. I have worked on the Fayette line for a long time since I was born a Fayette. My ancestors came through Quebec as Faille and other variations. Some went south to Louisianna. Mine stayed in the upstate NY area.
Nancy Fayette LaMar
|A Horan||RE: peter & ivah korstad|
You're very welcome for the photos. I can email the files to you, if you like, just let me know. Thanks for your message!
Added by A Horan on Mar 14, 2011 12:22 PM
|keith blanchard||headstone request|
please try arkansasgravestones.org we are a group logging all cemeteries. We photograph all marked graves. I hope this hepls you
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