|Carl Myers (#46770551)|
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|I currently live in CT but have roots in OH and OR. Along with genealogy and attempting to find the common link between my wife and I (which started it all) my hobbies are model HOn3 trains, RC planes, photgraphy and computers.|
We love to travel, especially Germany and France, and enjoy art, great wine (we used to live in Oregon), great food and especially our friends.
Last but certainly not least, my daughter and her husband live in Atlanta with a beautiful little girl and boy who I never see as much as I would like.
And finally, everyone is free to use my photos on this site for their personal use.
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|LoveTrees||Abraham Wishinsky photo|
Thank you so much Carl for getting the beautiful photo that you took for me of Abraham's stone. I appreciate it very much.
I wish you all the best.
|Scott Kieserman||Benjamin Kaiserman|
To Carl Myers:
Thank you so much for providing photos of Benjamin and his daughter Mabel's grave stones. As you can see, it was a sad story and Benjamin and his wife Anna became divorced after their lost their child. Thank you for your time and efforts.
|Michal E||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo!
Added by Michal E on Jul 09, 2014 10:35 PM
|Dr. Rob Shumaker||Thanks, Carl!|
Thank you, Carl, for the photo of my cousins' (Edward & Beatrice Parkus') grave site!
The photo provided me with much needed information that helped me immensely!!
Your assistance has been invaluable!
Thanks for fulfilling my photo requests. These are grandparents of my sister-in-law. I appreciate your contributions to F-G.
|Marc Moebius||Ossakow headstone|
Many, many thanks for taking this photo. It's really appreciated! Kind regards
Thank you so much for photographing gravestones of Buchter family members in Mt Lebanon Cemetery in Queens NY. The inscriptions indicate that they are indeed from my family tree. Your generosity of time and skill is greatly appreciated!
Added by Eydie on Jul 09, 2014 2:49 PM
|Janice Hollandsworth||Stanley Osofsky|
Thank you so much for the lovely photo of his final resting place.
Hi Carl, I lived in Bluffton also. Mom married Howard Hankins so we moved from Marion to Bluffton, where he was from. My 4th G Aunt Charity Strait and her Husband Gabriel Burgess and their Children were amongst the first to set foot in Nottingham Twp, back in the early 1840's. I had no idea that I had gone to school with several Cousins, just hadn't felt accepted in Bluffton. Two of the Police were causing problems with my Son (their assumptions were wrong) so we moved to Fort Wayne. Not happy here either, crooked legal system also. Maybe it's like this everywhere but I feel at home in the Tryon North Carolina area, where my paternal ancestors were from. They are genuinely nice down there, a peaceful change.
|jbmartin||Millie and Samuel Block|
Thanks sooo much for going out of your way to photograph my great-grandparents' grave in Mt Lebanon Cemetery. I just showed the photo to my dad!
Added by jbmartin on Jul 08, 2014 10:53 PM
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