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I've always found myself fascinated with old cemeteries and have been photographing older stones for years. This is just a nice blend of two hobbies.|
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|Ronald Sherman||RE: Gerald Chippa|
Sorry it took so long to reply .We just moved back to North Carolina and we have been busy. Glad I could help with your Father, and Im very sorry it took so long for you to find him. Are you still in the Glades? Ron
Dear Mr. Chippa,
I just read your post about the Chiappa family and Peter Chiappa. Just recently, I linked the Chiappa family to my family tree. I don't have a lot of information, but if you'd like to contact me, I'd love to connect the family "dots". Is there a way to talk without posting our contact information publicly?
Added by Nevina on Jun 12, 2012 3:01 PM
|Dan & Barbara||Horn Finch Cemetery|
I noticed there is no picture of the cemetery on the Finch Cemetery. Hope you can add that also would love to see it.
|Dan & Barbara||Re Horn Finch Cemetery|
Wow that is great news. I hope it is not to much trouble getting these. Sounds like a old cemetery that has been long forgotton. If you can get these pictures it would sure fill a big gap in our family tree. Sounds very exciting .
Wish I could be there with you when you go that would be great fun.
Thank you and God Bless.
This is the Finch Cemetery in PA, right? Wow, that is some detective work! Thanks very much for your persistence!
Added by Barbara on Mar 23, 2012 9:24 PM
|Tonaleen Faulk -Gerth||Eileen Houck Faulk|
Dear Sir, I want to Thank You for the service you provide. It was a few months ago when I stummbled on to this site after googleing my mothers name. I never new there was such a website. That day as I sat in front of my computer screen and saw my mom's headstone for the first time... I could not control my sobbing. Iwas so shocked and happy and I wanted to let you know that I have you to thank for allowing me to feel like I was actually there with her.
|Charlene (Sampson) Roche||Martha/Isaac Berry|
Just a note of thank you for taking the time to photograph my grandparents headstone at the Scott Valley Cemetery, Montdale.
|Jessica Pratt||RE: Welcome|
You don't have to mind stepping on my toes. I like to stroll around cemeteries and thought this would be a fun activity during my spare time. For the most part, I look at cemeteries near Carbondale, PA.
|Susan Sanders||Cawley monument photo|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of the Cawley monument. It confirmed information for me as well as verifying the location of the grave of my great aunt. Others in her family (Gilboy) are buried at St. Pat's also. coming down the drive, looking to the left, a couple of rows beyond the little house-like structure, is a large monument, possibly the tallest structure at St. Pat's. Ellen Cawley's parents and other relatives are buried in that plot. Just as a point of interest, the Gilboy monument cost $620.00 in 1910, a grand sum in those times.
Thank you again for taking time to do this for me. I will "pay it forward" and do a good turn for someone in your honor.
I wish you peace!
|Lisa Mitchell||Thank you!|
Thank you for taking the time and finding these graves and taking a photo of them so that I may be able to see them! They are of my great grandparents and great great grandmother and I appreciate what you have done. Thank you again!!
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