|AM Dahl (#48318102)|
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As a child I was always interested in family history and detective mysteries. Now in my 50's I am quite the family history nut. Unfortunately, my family history has stalled due to lack of archives available on line from Hungary and Portugal. |
I have been searching for my Paternal Grandfather since 1995, I do not know his name. My dad and I have had DNA testing and recently found out we are Irish from this missing grandfather. What a wonderful surprise.
I help my friends and other family members trace their family trees and truly enjoy it. I am like a hungry dog with a bone when in searching detective mode.
I am willing to help others online, and take photos of graves.
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|Brad Campbell||RE: Julia Gorek|
You are very welcome. Julia and Steve are buried in sections many sections apart. The children are buried in the same lot, but have no markers. Often children's graves are shared with grandparents or other relatives who have passed before the parents. If you can share any possible names I will be glad to look for you. Most of the markers in Division 18 are old and have strong ethnic names.
|S. Sealander||William Robinsin, Camino Cem|
Hello Mr. Dahl; thank you again for searching for my grandfather's grave. I have recently spoken to my sister who says our grandfather does not have a headstone, but rather a plaque/flat marker. With the cemetery being in such bad shape, it's very possible that it has been covered up. She also said that my grandmother is buried at the base of a tree, but the grave is unmarked. Several cousin visited there at some earlier time and "made a little road" going up to the tree. This is all a bit too challenging I think, so please do not feel obligated to search further. I do so appreciate the time you have given to this already, and I do not feel I can impose on you further. Regards, Shawna
I have transferred as you requested. The info comes from sources other than the cemetery itself.
If you would like a photo of the grave marker, you can request it and someone will take the photo for you and add it to the grave. Hope this helps.
Added by shadows on Feb 15, 2014 2:28 PM
|Emile and Charlotte||RE: Steve Gorek|
I need your member # and Mr. Gorek's #. Children can not be added to parents---parents are added to the children.
|Carolyn Menges||RE: Donald Dennis Medeiros|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
|S. Sealander||RE: William Robinson|
Oh thank you so much for looking, I can't tell you how much I appreciate your effort! Unfortunately I haven't the slightest idea where my grandfather is buried within the cemetery. My grandmother, Emma Angeline, should be buried alongside him, but I can't be sure of that. She passed when my mother was but 5 years old. I didn't know the cemetery was in such a shape, and I certainly do not expect you to do gardening tasks to find it. Thank you anyway, it was so nice of you to have a look.
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