|Wallace G Lane Jr (#47604754)|
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|If you wish to use one of my photographs posted on Find-a-Grave, please do so with ATTRIBUTION. I take the time to caption all my photographs with a date, I use my name and I expect that information to be attached to the photograph when posted elsewhere.|
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|rbrunt||John G. & Olga Schmelzel|
Thank you so much for tracking down and photographing the gravestones/tomb of my relatives. Was very surprised to see there was a large family vault. Thanks for the picture inside. Have never seen that view before.
Added by rbrunt on May 20, 2015 5:12 PM
|Pat Egan30076||Dorathy Senior Picture|
Thanks for taking the picture and posting it.
The last time I was at this site, was for the interment.
Thank you very much for the photo! Pretty
Added by Irish on May 18, 2015 2:34 PM
|Regina Negrycz||Nicholas and Josephine Santamaria|
Thank you very much!
|Dubliner||Thank you so much|
Can't begin to thank you enough for the great photo - looks like they were buried right next to the walk way which will make for easy finding.
Added by Dubliner on May 17, 2015 6:23 PM
Thank you for the beautiful photos of the graves!!!
Added by tapple on May 17, 2015 6:02 PM
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||James Ruthven Photo|
I got your message and you said that the obituary stated he was cremated. I didn't know there was a obituary for him. I was told this was where he was buried but I can correct that.
Thanks so much! Marion
Added by Marion on May 17, 2015 1:56 PM
|Lee Bennett||Thank You, Wallace!|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photos of the graves of Virginia's great great grandfather, Henry Lamy; and of his son, Henry Bernard Lamy. We know the first Henry's origins are in France, but haven't yet found his parents, probably in Bordeaux, France.
So, the photos you so skillfully took represent our earliest known Lamy ancestors!
Lee and Virginia (Ford) Bennett (daughter of Eglantine Lucy Marsh Ford)
|Nanette Spector||Jeremiah and Anne Vanderbilt|
Dear Wallace and Lane Jr., Just wanted to thank you so much for providing the photo's of Jeremiah and Anne Vanderbilt's resting place in Green Wood Cemetery. It means a lot to be able to see them...I am working on Revolutionary War information on the Vanderbilt/Spader families and having those pictures will help! I had visited GW cemetery a few years ago, and I am amazed on what a beautiful cemetery it is and how many ancestors I actually have buried there! I did not know at the time that my Vanderbilt ancestors were there as well!
Thank you ever so much again!
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