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Dennis Friedman (#47576627)
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Bio Photo Hi All
I have been working on my family tree since Oct. 2001.
Mathias Friedman, my Great, Great, Great Grandfather was the first person to bring my side of the family over from Baden Baden Germany in 1832, He made his home in Canton, Ohio. If you think that you might be related, I would like to hear from you and share information. I am on Ancestry.com and have over 6,000 people in my tree, If you would like to see it, just let me know, if you don't have an account no problem, just send me a email and I can send you a free invite, Thank you.

(Please note, Union Lawn Cemetery, Navarre, Ohio. If you're using the Cemetery Map and the Stark Co., Cemetery Inscriptions, it won't work, only Section one is the same, the map shows seven sections but the Stark Co, Cemetery Inscriptions only has five sections).
----The Stark Co. Cemetery Inscriptions (Has all of Stark Co, Ohio, burial records and ends in about 1985) Copy and past this link in to your web browser address bar:

http://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22Ohio%20Genealogical%20Society.%20Stark%20County%20Chapter

If you need me to update any of your family's information, that's fine, but please use the edit tab on the top right corner of that persons page, Click, on the appropriate tab for the needed formation, also to add a spouse or parents, please give me the Find A Grave code number that is located at the left lower corner of the page, it is eight numbers long. Thank You

"Note" Fallen Gravers, To Find A Grave member that are very sick or have died, or simply don't want or can't manage the memorials any longer, I will take them, in part or all of them, just let me know. Thank you
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Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby
RE: Re: Transfer of Rebecca L Holmes
You are so welcome!
Added by Carole Marie (McMahan) Se... on Sep 06, 2014 12:12 AM
Patsy D
Elizabeth Clapper
Thank you very much. I would appreciate it. You could just post on her Find A Grave memorial if you wish.
Added by Patsy D on Sep 03, 2014 1:24 PM
Randy Waite
RE: Re: Alfred Andrew Buchtel
Oops. I said that wrong. Who is your great-aunt? She might be on my family tree.
Added by Randy Waite on Sep 02, 2014 5:35 PM
Randy Waite
RE: Re: Alfred Andrew Buchtel
Who is the father-in-law of your grand-aunt? He might be in my family tree.
Added by Randy Waite on Sep 02, 2014 5:32 PM
Randy Waite
Transfers
Thank you for the transfers of my Buchtel ancestors. It's greatly appreciated.
Added by Randy Waite on Sep 02, 2014 4:11 PM
Janice
RE: your pictures
Hi Dennis. Thanks for your suggestions. I try a number a different angles and approaches to headstones. For example, anything that is polished on a sunny day requires an oblique approach or it will reflect the photographer. I've seen those, an it is distracting to the photo. If the data are clear and already uploaded to the memorial, I tend to step back to capture the gravesite, not just the data. This is especially true for gravesites that are artistically unique, beautifully planted with flowers, or contain neighboring stones that help explain the family group. I use a high resolution camera setting so a viewer could zoom if need be. I use the phone app, and so don't usually manipulate the photos later. If it's a complicated gravesite, I tend to take multiple photos, and include one close-up head on. All that said, I am usually able to take additional photos in my primary cemetery if requested, and have at times gone back for specific requests. In the end, I try to strive for data but also beauty and art, to honor the memory of the individual and show survivors when the gravesite is particularly beautiful. Hope that gives you some ideas too. Let me know if you have an interest in a photo in Standing Rock Cemetery.
Added by Janice on Aug 31, 2014 11:58 AM
Janice
RE: Re: Abraham Pishevar
No, I don't know where he was born, sorry.
Added by Janice on Aug 31, 2014 6:30 AM
Teri Gallagan-Horning
Jean Friedmann
I wanted to thank you for posting a picture of Jean. She was my father-in-law's sister. His name was Norman Horning. I met her at my wedding to Mark Horning & visited her & her husband at their home twice before my father-in-law passed away. We lost contact after Norm died.
Added by Teri Gallagan-Horning on Aug 02, 2014 7:44 PM
Teri Gallagan-Horning
Jean Friedmann
I wanted to thank you for posting a picture of Jean. She was my father-in-law's sister. His name was Norman Horning. I met her at my wedding to Mark Horning & visited her & her husband at their home twice before my father-in-law passed away. We lost contact after Norm died.
Added by Teri Gallagan-Horning on Aug 02, 2014 7:43 PM
Debbie Marucci
RE: picture on it side
Well, it seems that the pics uploaded from my phone or iPad turn sideways for some reason! Looking at Sybil's site from the iPad, the picture is fine. However on the computer, it is sideways.
Thanks for the heads up

Debbie
Added by Debbie Marucci on Aug 01, 2014 11:01 PM
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