|Jerry and Peggy (#46945792)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about 30 years now, and love every minute of it. I don't always find my family names, so I try to add them when I can. When my husband retired, he wanted a hobby that we could do together, so we started taking tombstone pictures.....He takes the pictures and does all the finding of the graves, and I put it on F A G.|
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|Diane Harris||Anna Wallace|
No I'm not related but thanks for asking! Diane
|Diane Harris||Anna Wallace|
No I'm not related but thanks for asking!
|History Buff||Deloris V Anderson|
Mountain View Cemetery could you add her number to her spouse Elmer Buck Anderson- #91141447 I am not related just taking photo's of stones. thank you
|Patricia Holloway||Anna Lucas|
In Section 88 lot 3128 a headstone with Anna Lukas 1914-2001 and Anthony C 1915 blank date I believe this is the son and daughter-in-law of Karl and Sally Lukas. If you would like a photo let me know and put in a request.
|Christie Trapp||Eliza Gibbard - Pioneer Cemetery|
Back in 2011 you took a photo of the plot location for Eliza Gibbard even though there was no tombstone marker for her. Taking a photo of the spot, with a file folder in place, is a great idea for those who have no headstone. By doing so, and posting on Find A Grave, prevents other researchers from having to request a photo only to get no results. And, in addition, when a contributor doesn't respond to edit requests to add simple words like "no headstone" to a memorial also helps. Thanks for taking the time to go and locate the grave and to take the photo. It is greatly appreciated.
|Kristina Gow Dunnaway||RE: Ussery's|
Peggy, thank you for updating the memorials. It looks like quite a few of my Sisco relatives moved to Bakersfield in the 1930s and 1940s. My grandpa Ray and his dad Orville left MO for San Jose, CA, in 1950. Orville and Opal were cousins. My mom and I visited with family there a few years ago.
|Jani Nebeker||Fred Walker|
Thank you for transferring my uncle to me. I appreciate it! Jani
I went to Arlington Cemetery to take your pictures. There were a total of 7 people on this headstone . In addition to the people you asked for, there was a Richard D. Nelson on the Kreft side, a John Kaszczyszyn (1887-1944) on one end and a Robert 1930 on the other end. Arlington told me that the two on the ends were cremations, with one being the son of Leo Kreft and the other the son of George Nurnberg. I entered John Kaszczyszyn and Richard Nelson to Find a Grave. I'll transfer upon request. I still have the picture of Robert 1930 on my computer. If you can figure out where he belongs and create a file I will add him for you. Frank Germanson
I had to stop in Section E Block 5 to retake a relative picture. So I looked for his. Didn't find one. He is near some Lewandoski's plot They are in lot 3, they have a stone. Block 5 is a 50% marker area. Farther away from the road the few markers there is.
Added by Phillip on Jul 11, 2012 9:12 PM
|Phillip||Rose J. Kania Cieszynski|
West side: Joseph & Martha Cieszynski
East side: Rose & Walter Cieszynski
South-west corner of plot: Hedwig Lewandowski
I have Lewandowski's in my tree too, on my mother's side.
Added by Phillip on Jul 10, 2012 9:42 PM
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