|Lois Revenaugh (#46922006)|
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Please feel free to copy and use any of my photos for genealogical purposes, that is why I take them.|
As our family genealogist I stumbled onto this site when looking for infomation on the Singley family. The surnames in my tree include: Klotz, Kern, Rumbel, Singley, and Greenman.
Thank you to everyone who has posted memorials and photos on this site. Findagrave has been a tremendous help in my research.
In an effort to "pay forward" what others have done I spend my free time taking headstone photos everywhere I go. I try to add obituaries and other information also.
Over 40 years ago I was an "obituary taker" at a daily newspaper. Who knew I would end up as a retiree working with obituaries again!
Please let me know if I need to make any changes to the information I have posted.
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Find A Grave
16,326 Memorials Added
16,256 Memorials Managed
25 Photo Requests
122 Volunteer Photos Taken
117 Virtual Flowers
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|Lisa Gallagher||Thank you for the photo of my great, great, great, grandfather's grave stone|
This is amazing! I went to Ellis Island this week and found nothing...started a google search and I was brought to this photo and page which led my search to bigger and better! Thank goodness for your work!!!
|EatatJoes||RE: Jacob Rumpel #155086637|
Thanks for the information. I'll go along with the birth date but not the place of death. I find too many people assume the town that a person is burial in is where they died. Of course that doesn't at all follow especially in rural areas.
|Joyce Hafer Roberts||Photo Request|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request. It is people like you that make research so much easier.
Thank you for taking the time and effort to get the Photograph of the marker and the family thanks you also.
Added by micosay on May 27, 2017 2:41 PM
|Elaine||RE: Cynthia Campbell Kishbach|
Hi Lois, please note: Schloyersville and Mount Zion are one and the same. Proper name is Mount Zion. Thanks.
Added by Elaine on May 20, 2017 10:27 AM
|BrianL||RE: Harry M Strader|
Thank you! I have not been to Glenwood yet, but will consider doing so in the future. Coincidentally, I did visit Sunset Hills (Flint) and Great Lakes National Cemetery (Holly) yesterday but didn't remember until afterwards that my grand uncle Harry Strader was in Glenwood.
Added by BrianL on May 11, 2017 6:33 AM
|BrianL||RE: Harry M Strader|
Hi Lois. I'm very sorry, I didn't realize that I had entered this edit request to remove Harry's wife Helen. Please reject it as it was an unintentional mistake on my part. I was trying only to add Harry's parents William and Etta Strader (#162012852 and #162013246). Please let me know if you need me to properly resubmit my edit request. I'll also take this opportunity to thank you for the large amount of time you spend performing this important Find-a-Grave work. Much appreciated!
Added by BrianL on May 11, 2017 5:51 AM
|Deborah Kay Johnston||Anna Elizabeth Singley|
It was so lovely to see a pic of my Mom's Memorial on this site! I took the picture which was on the Easter before she died. I'm trying to find out her burial site to see if there's headstone or marker but when I search Glen Abbey Memorial in Bonita, Ca- no Singley's show up & I know David's 1st wife is buried there also. I live in Ohio & haven't been to California since shortly before she passed so have been unable to visit it. You are performing such a loving deed by doing what you do. God Bless you, Deborah
|LEMendy||RE: Mabel Bloss|
Thank you for the obituary, It is interesting that her brothers' last name is spelled Bosh but on all the stone I have viewed it is Bloss.
Hope you have a great day.
Added by LEMendy on Apr 06, 2017 3:03 PM
Sorry Lois, I'm still learning how to use this Find A Grave website. Thanks to you though, I'm getting there.
I sent the message and then re-read it and realized it wasn't necessary to include my Find A Grave # remembering that it shows up to the right of the message. I thought (darn it)...and then hit the back button and was able to delete that line. However it appears you can't do this as it will duplicate the message. Thanks for the heads up...where would I be without you !
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