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I've been interested in genealogy for a few years now. While visiting an ancestor's grave May 2012, I noted an interesting gravestone nearby. Googling it, I found Find A Grave. Here is an opportunity to present a little more about people then a few lines in a typical obituary. If we establish you are more closely related to someone, I will gladly transfer management of a memorial. |
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|Debbie Fuqua||Thank you|
I appreciate the time it took to take a photo of my father's grave Dennis Butler. As I will never make the trip up there again. Many thanks for your time.
|Sunburst||Daniel McMullen's Marker|
thank you for adding the photo of Daniel McMullen's marker at St. James at Sag Bridge. Could you please also upload an image that would show the entire headstone from to to bottom? I thank you very, very, much because I am unable to visit because of distance
Added by Sunburst on Dec 03, 2014 12:33 PM
|LaVonne Eckstrom||RE: Re: George R. Turney|
Thank you, Bernie. Very helpful.
|LaVonne Eckstrom||George R. Turney|
Thank you, Bernie, for the tombstone photo of George R. Turney.
It is difficult for me to see the dates on the tombstone because of my eyesight.
Can you please tell me those dates?
And also the location of his grave in the cemetery?
Thanks for the info on Anna & Henry Froehlig. I have added it to their bios.
Added by icedobe on Nov 15, 2014 8:38 AM
|Karen Brewer||Benjamin h> Loomis|
I also tried to locate Benjamin in The Loomis Family in America book, 1981 edition and was unsuccessful (just like my 3rd Great Grandfather, William Loomis).
|Karen Brewer||RE: Re: Benjamin Harrison Loomis|
Benjamin's WWI Draft Registration card was signed June 05, 1917. His Home address was 204 N. California St. Chicago, IL. It shows his birth date as October 02, 1888, Forestville, NY. He was a salesman and collector for Singer Sewing Machine Co. and shows that he was married.
|Sandie Schwarz||Thomas Cavanaugh|
Thank you ever so much, for your recent post of the monument photo of Thomas Cavanagh ~
|FryePhoto||RE: Re: George Vincent Nash|
Oh, my! I had no idea that was what WHITE Chapel meant! Horrible!
Just for the record, George is in the Veterans Section near the Cannons, in grave # 438. It was my pleasure to serve him this way.
|J_A_nyce||Judge Leon Edelman|
I am emailing you his obituary which a family member emailed me tonight. I passed it on to Rob as well.
Added by J_A_nyce on Oct 22, 2014 6:39 PM
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