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My main hobbies are photography and Texas Hold'Em poker, but as you may guess from the name, I am a really big fan of the Deadball Era (1901-1920) of baseball. I also enjoy reading, history, movies, and spending time with my absolutely lovely wife Hermik.|
Lately I have been researching my family tree and am getting interested in amateur genealogy. A lot of the information here is cross-referenced at that well known ancestry site with a .com at the end. I have also created memorials for people not related to me, but who had a strong, positive impact on my life. If you are related to one of these people and wish ownership of their memorial, please contact me.
If you have a moment, please visit the memorials I've created for my family members. All of them were unique and are terribly missed by their families.
Feel free to add me to your friends list...especially if you need a photo taken in the San Diego area.
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|Julie Nathanson||RE: Misak Manoogian and Zarouhi Melkonian|
Consider it done. Always glad to help.
I have forwarded your last comment to my cousin and gave him the link to contact you if he desires. I also asked him if he knew any of the people that you mentioned. I never knew anything about Gus's family and as a kid never asked! I did know a few things about Tommy's family as his sister and niece visited on several occasions and I kept in touch with the niece until she passed away.
|Deborah Neubauer||RE: Constantine Carpetas #75969913|
Gus as we called him was married to my aunt. He has one son, James A., who lives in Austin. I would love to link his parents and siblings if possible. I am not sure how he got to Texas either. My other aunt was also married to a man from Newport, Thomas Coggeshall, I would assume that the two men somehow ended up in Texas together. I am not sure when Gus and my aunt married, but James was born in 1947 and my other aunt married Tommy in 1947. Gus was a retired military guy and I believed served in WWII, Korea and maybe even did a short time in Vietnam. I haven't talk to James in several months, but I will let him know about this and perhaps the two of you and make contact.
|Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves||RE: N. Gregorian|
Hi, Yes, I'll be happy to add it. I just won't be able to do it until next week as I am out of town and just able to check my messages from here. Take care! -Carolyn
|Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves||N. Gregorian|
Hi, Thanks for finding the duplicate. I always check the cemetery link, but am sure I miss some from time to time. Glad you caught it! I didn't know him, I just take photos at the local cemeteries and post them here on find a grave.
Take care! -Carolyn
|Kris Burns, UK||Thank you,|
Thank you for taking the time to visit my Dad.
Yes, he was rather a unique Father, could turn his hand to almost anything. Even after nearly 28 years, I miss his presence so very much. He would have spoilt his Grandchildren rotten!
|Gloria Martinez||Dear RagtimeBaseballfan|
You are welcome. I will stop and visit them as often as I can. I'm sure they are loved and missed by all who new them.
Take care of yourself.
|Derric Deon||Happy Easter!!|
I hope you have a very Happy Easter and a great weekend too. God bless you and your family.
No problem at all, I can easily post it on your grandparents. Just click "Request A Photo" on each of their memorial pages, then let me know. I'll do it ASAP.
|BobBoston||atamian - manoog|
Are you aware there is another Atamian Stone next to this one, with Manoog & Nevart Ervanian.?
I took a photo of it.
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