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My name is Melinda and I am new to "find a grave". I started using it as a tool when creating our family tree and then started to use it to pay my respects to loved ones whose final resting places are far away. Because I am so grateful to everyone who has taken the time to make entries, I thought is was time for me to give back. I have decided to start working on "Beth Yeshurun Cemetery" in Houston. This cemetery is in very close proximity to my house, so if you have any special requests please let me know.|
Surnames I am researching: Rudowski, Kingore
A little note to the kind and thoughtful find a grave visitors: If you visit any of the memorials I am taking care of and see any typos, discrepancies, or errors please leave me a message. It would be greatly appreciated. It is important for me that the information is accurate. Also, just thought to mention that "Beth Yeshurun Cemetery" is a Jewish cemetery. This will make it easier when picking a token to leave if you should decide to do so. Thank you, kind and thoughtful visitors.
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|Jay Hamburger||Thanks, Melinda!|
I so appreciate the photos and info for Moie Hamburger, my father's grave! Since my dad was an quite the iconoclast, I took special care to make his monument distinctive. Your representation is lovely and surely makes location easier for his many fans who may wish to visit the beautiful 'real estate' he now occupies. As a photographer, I now intend to follow in your footsteps through this site........
I found my great grandmother's headstone and grave. I'd never seen it -- thank you for taking the time to add these graves!
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|geoffrey gillon||Tokens on Jewish graves|
Also, just thought to mention that "Beth Yeshurun Cemetery" is a Jewish cemetery. This will make it easier when picking a token to leave if you should decide to do so.
Good point!How often have I seen references to the New Testament and even Crosses as tokens! In England, we don't take flowers into Jewish Cemeteries!
I once made reference to this in my front page description for a Jewish Cemetery and findagrave did not like that!
|The Sunlight Caller||Welcome and thank you.|
Welcome to Find-a-Grave. I have to warn you, it's very habit forming. I've been doing this for over five years now....time flies. Again, Welcome.
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|LadyStarlight||*Thank You so Much*|
I noticed there was a new name on my special angels memorial. I appreciate the time you took to visit them and leave your kind heart.
I would like to send you a very warm "Welcome" to findagrave! I hope to see you often!!
Have a Beautiful week!
Your new friend,
|Sentimental Fella||Hi Melinda!|
Thanks for stopping by and visiting memorials I've posted, sponsored and/or are in my virtual cemeteries. I appreciate it very much!
I am sorry about that first message, I accidentally sent it before I filled it out.
I wanted to welcome you to Find A Grave and thank you for visiting my loved ones. I truly appreciate your kindness. Easter blessings to you and yours.
Your Friend, Khaylayne
|maggyislove God bless you!! till we all meet again||FIND A GRAVE|
WELCOME TO FINF A GRAVE. THIS IS A WONDERFUL WITH GREAT PEOPLE.
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