|Mike Holt (#46566343)|
| || member for 12 years, 3 months, 16 days|
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I live in Southern Maryland, just everyday people. My interests include diving, the Lincoln Asassination( I was born in Wash. D.C. and love the history of the city). Our area includes the escape route of John W. Booth and the oldest Jesuit Church in the country.When friends visit I play tour guide in Washington.|
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|kck||Robert Cooksey Photo|
Thanks so much for the picture!
Added by kck on Mar 14, 2015 3:53 PM
|Melinda H||Anna Kidwell|
Hi, Mike. Thank you so much for attempting to find the grave of Anna Kidwell on the Pepco plant property. I regret I don't have any more information than what is shown on the memorial page. But I really appreciate you trying. You indicated that there is only one plot at the plant and that it belongs to Lee. Could you tell me who you meant by "Lee"? Thanks. Melinda
|Jackie Stout||Thanks for the pictures|
Thanks very much Mike. Really appreciated the pictures for Lorence family.
|A Horan||Photo for Patrick Shymansky|
Thank you for posting the photo of the marker for Patrick Shymansky. Patrick and I were close friends for many years; lost touch with him several years ago. Do you know if the family has planned to place a permanent marker or stone for him?
Added by A Horan on Jan 25, 2015 4:29 PM
|E49||Susan Kilcoyne Amatangelo - # 112978106|
Dear Mike Holt,
Thank you for the recent correction to Susan's Bio Obit.
As she is your sister-in-law, who better to enhance and care for her memorial than a caring Find-A-Grave Contributor relative. :-)
My condolences to you and the entire family.
Always, in F-A-G brotherhood,
Added by E49 on Oct 01, 2014 11:20 AM
|C. Brad Schoening||Hancock's|
Wow! Thanks so much for your efforts. From the find-a-grave message it wasn't clear which memorials were involved, but it seems likely it was Richard and Sarah Hancock. Is that correct?
If so, I'll double check my sources. I'm very appreciative of your time and wish to thank you again for your efforts here.
Our Hancock relatives moved to Washington, DC and we have lost touch with most of the Charles County history. I've been able to trace the family back to Port Tobacco and it seems there is a rich history there yet to be fully discovered.
|SLGMSD||RE: James Harold Kilcoyne, Jr|
I was very moved by the memorials for Ann and Julie. You write from your heart. If there is a location in your area you might find Compassionate Friends helpful. One of my friends whose son died in his early 20s told me about it. She said the organization helped her through the most difficult time of her life even though she did not contact them until years after his death. On line support is also available.
Added by SLGMSD on Sep 02, 2014 5:49 PM
|SLGMSD||James Harold Kilcoyne, Jr|
Find A Grave Memorial# 84472197
I have transferred the memorial page of your father-in-law to you. So sorry to read of the loss of your wife and daughter. Best wishes to you.
Added by SLGMSD on Sep 02, 2014 4:03 PM
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