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teqnikool (#47740961)
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Bio Photo I was born in Tucson, Arizona September 2, 1952. I work in electrical engineering in Phoenix, Arizona, and have lived here since 1975.

I am interested in finding family tree information for my family, primarily the Hinton and Lamanuzzi families.

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RE: Lamanuzzis
Hi Jim...It's very easy once you get started. Look at the upper left corner of this page. Under the Find a Grave heading. See the... Begin New Search...Refine last search...Help with Find A Grave. Click the Help with Find A Grave...this takes you to the faq page.
If you're still confused after reading that then let me know and I'll walk you through it step by step. It may seem a bit daunting at first but I'm sure you'll get the hang of it. Good luck, Teresa
Added by Teresa on Jul 20, 2012 6:29 PM
Hi Jim, I made the memorials and transfered them to you, that way you can add more info if you have it. Look for Amelia, Domenico Jr., Leo and Dorothy. I don't know how Leo & Dorothy are related to the others but I'm sure you'll figure it out. Teresa
Added by Teresa on Jul 20, 2012 11:24 AM
RE: Domenico Lamanuzzi
Glad I coud help...a memorial is the page that has your family members info on it... name, dates and a picture of the grave. I can easily make them and add the pics to them. give me a couple of days and it'll be done. Teresa
Added by Teresa on Jul 20, 2012 7:36 AM
Domenico Lamanuzzi
Hi.. I took the pics for Domenico, if you make memorials for the other people on the stone i will add the pics for them also. Dominico Jr. also has a seperate stone from his parents and i have a pic of it...just make the memorials and i'll add them. Funny thing about finding this stone was that one of your cousins showed me where it was, he was working in the cemetery that day.
Added by Teresa on Jul 20, 2012 7:12 AM
Ruth Smith
RE: Adalia Kinder
You are most welcome. A lot of people have helped me with my family tree in many states so it is a privilege to help others. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on Jun 09, 2012 10:29 AM
Ruth Smith
RE: Harry H Hinton
You are most welcome. Ruth S.
Added by Ruth Smith on Apr 10, 2012 8:12 PM
Nathan Haines
RE: William Lind- PS
Welcome to Find A Grave. I just noticed you are brand new at this. Good luck in your research.
Nathan in OR
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 08, 2012 1:33 PM
Nathan Haines
RE: William Lind
You are very welcome. We are just coming out of a winter with record rainfall amounts. The cemetery is still soaking in water. The ground is oversaturated with water and won't let anymore water soak into the ground so it is very soggy in a lot of places. I did quite a bit of work cleaning up this stone to get this picture. It was pretty overgrown with grass and was a bit muddy. I did not get it cleaned up real great but not too bad considering you could hardly see parts of it before.
I don't know if you saw that I added a caption for the pic with the mountain in it. I don't know if you minded me doing that, adding a couple pics of what the area this gravesite is in looks like. There is an awesome view of Mt. St. Helens from this gravesite.
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 08, 2012 1:31 PM

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