|Allison Stec Bell (#47156740)|
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*Working on everyone's requests from the past two months. Haven't forgotten about you, just have four kids, school, etc. and haven't much time. Thanks for your patience!*|
I'm originally from Westfield, NJ, went to Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, married a sailor and was transplanted here in Va Beach. I've done genealogy for my family since 2006. My side includes Stec, Novak, Ciechoski, Maciorowski, Gasiorowski, Golda of NJ and PA. My husband's side is King, Hill, McDougal, Mitchell, Bangs, Cross of MO and AR. I've traced him back to the Sutton's of Plymouth Colony. I hope my kids will be interested in this info when they're older! I am Mommy to Nathaniel, 3, and Tristan, 10 mos. I am stepmom to Josh, 13, and Faith, 10.
This site helps me make use of years of cemetery photos I've taken. Hopefully some will have meaning to others! I am intrigued especially by military markers because of my husband's career, and by those of children and young people whose lives were taken too soon.
If you want me to remove a memorial, please send me a polite message. I've gotten vulgar emails that aren't called for, but the thankful ones always outweigh them.
I am currently studying at TCC to become a funeral director. You can read about my journey here: http://postmortempupil.tumblr.com
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|Kathy Krysiak||RE: Bertha & Lewis Novak|
Thank you for looking! Perhaps they are also in an unmarked grave. If you find something in your files it would be great, but if not that's ok too.
My Ludwik G. was born in 1868 and was married to someone totally different. I don't have any Ruiczlewski's in my tree. Gasiorowski is a pretty common Polish surname. Best of luck in your search.
Added by rews2 on Jun 02, 2013 11:22 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Eva C Clowes|
Thanks for the transfer!
|Richard Beckenbaugh||memorial 77021650|
You have Dr. Gene M. Lam as the name for this memorial. His middle initial is N as can clearly be seen in the image of his grave marker.
You have his birth state as Pennsylvania. He was born in Wyoming per the 1930 census, the 1940 census, and World War II Enlistment Records.
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|Paul Renfro||RE: John Spiess|
I would love to have that info. Please send....
|MSavage||Frank Herman Denson|
I noted you took the picture of my relative Frank Herman Denson and beside him his his wife Mildred. I was wondering if you took a pic of her headstone as well, I can't get it to come up? I need her birth and/or death info and a picture of her headstone if you have one. Thank-you so much for your time and effort. Marilyn
Added by MSavage on Sep 02, 2012 1:17 PM
|james copeland||Grave of Owen.S. Sampson|
Thank you for putting my grandfather up on the web. It was great to be able to see that even when I am afar and can't see it in person.
|sjjr||Thanks for photo|
Thank you for taking a picture of the headstone for Edward and Emma Montchyk, they are my great-grandparents. I never knew Edward, but I remember my Ginga. It's nice to see them memorialized here.
Added by sjjr on Jul 22, 2012 9:52 AM
|D. S. Johnson||possible transfers to you|
I'm downsizing my involvement in Find a Grave on my way to going inactive. May I transfer some Baker family memorials in Suffolk to you? You have Alexander Baker's memorial there.
May I also transfer some Sigourney, Herman and Tunis memorials in Norfolk to you?
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