|Cheryl Kahn Hyatt (#46954887)|
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Hi My Name is Cheryl. I am very interested in Ancestry & the Paranormal. |
I am Currently Managing about 52 memorials and growing.I am still looking for relatives resting place. I am also on ancestry.com which I find very interesting. I may just go into a new business. Finding lost or missing family members. I just found my Mom's best friend (my aunt). I knew she was in NY. I have found many friends & relatives for other people.
I find this Very Interesting...
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|Jim Craig||RE: Bregers at Memorial Park in Skokie|
I'll see what I can "dig up".
|Jim Craig||Bregers at Memorial Park in Skokie|
I just checked your photo requests - if you call Memorial Park Cemetery in Skokie 847-864-5061 and get the grave locations I can do the photos next Saturday.
|Jim Craig||RE: Gertrude Wallen|
Always a pleasure to help you, Cheryl!
|Linda Burton Kochanov||Lillian Kahn|
Hi...my name is Linda and I just took a photo of Lillian on your behalf. Her location was PERFECT except for one small detail.You have Lillian in the wrong cemtery. You have her listed in Kensico and she's really in Sharon Gardens. Sharon Gardens in across the street from Kensico and is entirely Jewish. Kensico recently (meaning 5 or 6 years ago) took over management of Sharon Gardens and it can be considered one and the same, I guess. But it really isn't. There is a separate listing for Sharon Gardens on Find a Grave. Transferring the whole memorial page over to the right cemetery is very easy. Hit EDIT at top of page...then BURIAL INFORMATION, then CONTINUE and change cemetery from KENSICO to Sharon Gardens Cemetery. Hope this helps..
Hi! Reference your photo requests at Waldheim Jewish Cemetery in Forest Park, Illinois.
I am one of the few people who actually photographs at this cemetery. With over 150,000 burials in the cemetery, there is no way that any photo volunteer is going to be able to find the graves unless you provide the plot location.
If you go to the following website and submit your request this should provide the grave plot.
It usually takes a couple days to receive a reply (depending on how busy the office staff is).
If you then send me the names and burial plots I should be able to provide you photos within a week or two afterwards (depending upon my schedule and Chicago weather).
Just so you know, the Find A Grave Help files also state that it is the responsibility of the photo requestor to provide the burial plot location.
If you have any questions in regards to this information, please let me know.
Added by Ace on May 19, 2014 3:00 AM
|Steven Huston||RE: Bennett & Sarah Hirsch|
Hello Cheryl. Sorry for taking so long to post Sarah's grave photo. It's there now along with a site photo. Bennett's is also there. Take care, Steven
|Steven Huston||Hirsch, Sarah photo|
I have posted (2) photo's for Barnett Hirsch. I also have a photo for Sarah Hirsch whose grave is located next to Barnett's. Where would you like me to upload the photo? Did you want to create a memorial for her and then I will be glad to upload the photo. Best regards, Steve
|Ace||Benjamin & Zlata Breger|
Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery or submit a grave location request online and obtain the grave location (Gate, Section & Lot Numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the Find A Grave memorial.
Waldheim Cemetery: (708) 366-4541
Online submission: http://www.waldheimcemetery.com/SiteContent/Locate-Family-Grave/
Waldheim Jewish Cemetery is a huge consolidated group of cemeteries with over 150,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find a grave and take a photograph.
Thank you, Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 13, 2013 8:38 PM
|Jim Craig||RE: Breger's|
Ann is all set.
Thanks for your kind words. I started taking the "location photos" after someone filled one of my photo requests. Yes, we want to see the stone, but it is also nice to get a photo of the area where the stone is - and also the location of relatives buried nearby. I'm glad you enjoy the photos because I love doing them!
Until next time -
|Jim Craig||RE: Breger's|
I'll upload the photo tonight. Unfortunately she just has a flat stone, no photo on it.
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