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A chemist turned high school chemistry teacher, I consider myself an amateur historian. It is my pleasure to help people reunite with their family and friends through Find A Grave. Corrections are gladly accepted. If you wish a memorial to be transferred to you, please ask!|
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|ShadyLane||RE: Staab at Mt. Olivet|
|Lynda Puakea||Mary Frances Grant Cramer & her husband & daughter|
I just found your photo of Maryʻs gravestone... she is my 4th cousin 6X removed... may I use your photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the find a grave members who share their photos with me... thanks so much...
|Maureen K||Bridget Reilly|
Hello, thank you for the picture for Bridget Reilly in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. She is my paternal great-grandmother, about whom I knew nothing until earlier this year.
Appreciate you updating the
Added by Anne S. on Apr 02, 2016 7:00 AM
|Steven Celli||RE: Wendy Wolin|
You're very welcome.
|Robert Richard||RE: Dorothy Mitchell photo|
Your very welcome!
|Joseph R. Klett||Pauline Miskovich|
Thanks so much for looking for the gravestone. I guess the grave is unmarked. All the best to you for the new year. -Joe Klett
|Judy Smith||RE: James M Stanbery|
no thanks! I am researching for someone else, not a family member!
|Judy Smith||James M Stanbery|
Hi! Thanks so much for posting the picture of the tombstone. I am looking at the will of James M and it was written in 1815. I believe that the year of death based on his will and the picture you took of the gravestone is actually 1815.
I think my last two from Mount Olivet - at least for a bit. Maybe I will find more but again, I appreciate your help very much. Toni
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