|B Harrison||Margaret Roberts grave photo request|
Would you be willing to take a photo of Margaret and possibly her daughter Sarah (Taylor) Young and son in law James Young. I live in Canada and am too far away to take a photo. She is my grgraunt. She m2) Isaac Bertis Taylor (cant find his death or burial, sometime about 1865-7, Sarah, last child of theirs, born Williamsburg, Jan. 1865). Margt remarried to a Mr. Roberts, possibly John. I would appreciate it. Grave 1 Lot 2325 Section H Find a Grave Memorial# 103008987. Sarahs is Grave 3 Lot 2324 Section B, James is in Grave 8, same area. James, his family & his parents family are also buried in the same area.
|jlevine66||Lauer grave photo|
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!
Thank you for the Merzow (Merzon) photo
Added by Shneor on Aug 30, 2015 8:23 PM
|Larry Morrison||Saltzstein, Henry (1 Mar 1899 - 12 Aug 1977|
Thanks so much for your kind attention to our photo request. Mr. Saltzstein was my wife's Uncle by marriage but the two never met. She is in contact with his son but unfortunately the distance is too great for either of us to travel anymore. We appreciate your diligence & dedication in providing us with the photograph. All the best, Larry & Carole Hoffman Morrison.
|Seth Pearl||Ida chiert|
Thank you so much for the photo. Greatly appreciate it.
|Evan W. Wolfson||David Schwartz photo|
Thank you so much! This proves my theory as to his parentage. His brother (my g-grandfather) has the name as Isaac on his headstone which is *incorrect* and it took me 20 years to sort this one out.
Thank you once again for the photos of the Osserman family grave markers. Your work is much appreciated. The photo helped me realize I had made an error on Doris's date of death. A little dyslexic I guess.
Thanks so much,
Added by BLS on Aug 09, 2015 9:16 PM
|Dragon Lady||Solomon Rosensweig|
Thank you for the picture!
|Lynn Weiner-Balshine||Hyman Wiener|
Thank you so much for posting the picture of my late Gt. Grandfather Hyman Wiener's tombstone. I really appreciate that you posted it as I'm now able to confirm some additional details about him. Thank you also if you were the one to add him initially to Find A Grave.
|Clytie Somers||Joseph von Bank and Rosa Stroh|
I am sorry you had trouble locating this stone, the mother Catherine Stroh is listed first and then Joseph then Rosa's name is almost buried. The Cemetery is going to raise the stone up so it is fully visible. Thank you for taking the time to look for my family's headstone as I will probably never get the chance to go to Queens. Clytie
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