When you "borrow" my tombstone photos, please credit me and/or this site as the source.
Use the "Suggest a Correction" link, available at the top right corner of each memorial, to offer additional information (or request a transfer) for any memorial I manage. I will create links (but not to disposition lost or unknown); and update any/all data fields. Any corrections or transfer requests posted to my profile will be deleted without action.
Since I don't have permission from newspapers or funeral homes to use their material, I will no longer post obituaries to the memorials I manage.
Edgewood Area Cemetery, Maryland Hi - Just saw the photo you posted of the Edgewood Area Cemetery in Maryland. Is this separate from the Aberdeen Proving Ground Cemetery in Maryland? Do you know any history behind these cemeteries? I find it interesting that most of the graves are of infants & children who lived short lives. Was this a special burial place for children of men/women in the armed forces? Thank you. Gwen <><
Zichron Abraham Nachman section I believe the above section of the Hebrew Mt. Carmel Cemetery on German Hill Road has too many burials listed. The ZAN section is to the right of the sidewalk when your back is to German Hill Road. To the left of the sidewalk is the Anshe Kolk section. I have a map that shows this plus I did a spot check of two names, Morris Eisenberg, 8/8/1954 and Herman Fishkin, 5/11/1999 in the Baltimore Sun obits. Both name the place of burial as the Kolker (familiar name) Cemetery. I know that the several small burial sections on German Hill Road can be difficult to work with.
I'm trying to help the Graves family get a cemetery marker placed at the cemetery; but, having a hard time locating contact information for someone over the cemetery. Do you have the name and phone number that you can e-mail me directly, please?
Kevin Williams Love Markers, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org 888-257-3130
Bram gravesites I am wondering if you would be so kind as to check out the gravesites of my second great grandparents.
They are in The Burns Tombstone Project Data as in Lot 1 HCMC. Their names are George Bram (Brehm) (1844-1924)and Anna Johnson Bram 91842-1922. When I checked out the Project, I see their daughter, Maggie R. Bram (11 Sep 1878 - 28 Aug 1903)is also buried there. I am a Find A Grave member, but I have never created pages. I work in Ancestry.com and also on their World Archives Project. And when I find information not on Find A Grave pages, I make sure the page is updated. If you could help me with this, I would surely appreciate it.