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Bob Gantz (#47704096)
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Graves
RE: Memorial #91496308
I don't see an email. Could you try to send it again if the memorial still needs attention?

Thank you
Added by Graves on Feb 21, 2017 2:33 PM
Mary Phalan
RE: Charles Lennig gravesite...
You're welcome! Glad to help.
Added by Mary Phalan on Nov 21, 2016 7:17 PM
Mike Bell
RE: Elizabeth Gantz..#5950233
someone else grave comes up with that number, and it shows someone else as the owner of record
Added by Mike Bell on Nov 07, 2015 5:44 AM
sgrove777
RE: Robert p. Miller Memorial
Hi Bob,
The changes look good -- thank you! I think probably the obit was wrong and he was never in Ewing Cemetery.
-Steve
Added by sgrove777 on Jun 06, 2015 4:01 PM
SM
Claude W Friendship
Hi Bob~
Claude is my great uncle and William Friendship is Claude's father and my 2x's great grandfather. I would be very interested in the old photos you found with these memorials. I knew William was buried in England but had no idea where. Could you tell me more about the photos you found.
Sheila~
Added by SM on May 14, 2015 6:13 PM
Dead weight
William Sharwell Braunworth
It appears you're researching the Braunworth Family.

I found a William Sharwell Braunworth here on FindAGrave who died in January 2012(?) He was born in New Jersey.

Added by Dead weight on Mar 05, 2015 10:55 PM
Dead weight
RE: Sangston Memorials
Yeah, we got about 8" of snow outside my front door. Not much to do today except play around with dead people's family lines.

I hope you get some nibbles from some live people.

I love this story: Started chatting with somebody about one of the headstones I photographed. After a few e-mails between us, we discover her grandmother was my mother's Sunday School teacher - over 50 years ago! Both teacher and pupil are still living and remember each other well. :-)

And I love her family's reaction: "You found all this out from one picture of a marker?" See, ya gotta be a special kinda person to like this hobby.

Added by Dead weight on Mar 05, 2015 10:43 PM
Dead weight
RE: Sangston family
That is exactly how I feel. If you know them, whether through relations or friends, it's better for you to maintain them. Who knows who else is out there looking for them? You may find somebody who was also at the picnics. Whereas if somebody asked me about them I'd have to say "I don't know, duh uh, they are just a name on a stone to me."

Hi,
That is very kind of you to offer.
I probably do have more photos and other info that I could add.
I am not a relative, but my parents were good friends with the Sangstons, we all used to go to their house every year for picnics... and I still live right here in Hopewell where both our families lived.
Transferring would make it easier for me to add info. and if any actual relatives wish to take over the memorial in the future, I will gladly do that.
Thanks again for getting in touch,
Bob Gantz
Added by Dead weight on Mar 05, 2015 7:31 PM
Dead weight
Sangston family
Looks like you added some personal photos of the Sangston family. I made entries for the three children and Elizabeth, the mother.

Would you like me to transfer these to you?

Added by Dead weight on Mar 04, 2015 3:05 PM
Jim
Edwin F. Small
Many thanks for the great picture you added for Edwin F. Small. I didn't realize he was a reverend. I also added the information you provided to his biography. Thanks again.
Jim
Added by Jim on Feb 08, 2015 3:28 PM
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