|C. Miller (#47974491)|
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I am completely fascinated with genealogy and have always enjoyed visiting cemeteries. Unfortunately, I do not live near where my family are buried. As such, I've joined Find a Grave to hopefully visit my families' graves from afar and pay back the kindness of others for their photos by taking photos of graves near where I live.|
While taking photos to fulfill requests, I often snap photos of nearby headstones to upload as well. If they do not have a record in Find A Grave, I will add them and upload their photos. I am also currently working on uploading some area cemeteries into Find A Grave. I am more than happy to transfer these into the care of friends/family. Please just leave me a message and include the Find A Grave memorial number and I will transfer them as soon as possible. Also, I am human. This means that I can make a mistake. If you notice something, please click on the Edits tab and submit it and I'll correct records as soon as possible.
If you are interested in the original sizes of any of the photos that I've uploaded, I'd be happy to email them to you. I am also happy to revisit cemeteries and try and get inscriptions if they are not quite legible in the photos.
Personal use of my photos is granted. However, commercial (ie: in anything which will garner profit) use of my photos requires permission.
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I was wondering if Baby Keller was in a family plot.
No. There is a row of markers on the west end of the cemetery that appear to be recently placed. Sorry I have no further information. Just photographed all markers in cemetery.
Added by Zoe on Apr 24, 2017 6:51 PM
|Dianne Feldman||Herring Run, Adath Yeshurun section|
Adath Yeshurun is divided into more than one section in the Herring Run Cemetery. Some of the sections are self explanatory, i.e. old right, new right, old left and new left. There is one section labeled OBJ. Do you know what this stands for? Thank you.
|Russ Pickett||RE: Sgt Bruce Mitchell|
The only suggestion that I can think of is that I believe the "Baltimore Sun?" newspaper has an old online database of articles. I don't have access to it but others have told me about it.
Possibly his photo was shown there when he was reported missing.
Hope this helps,
Wishing you and your family all the best in the coming year...
Thank you so much for adding so many pictures to this site--Its so helpful for people like me who live across the country!
I am writing to ask about some information you posted about the person above. You mention two brothers in you description. I would like to know where you got this information. Did you get the information from cemetery records? I only knew about one brother, so I would like to do further research.
Also, would you mind transferring the Salawitch memorials to me please? I am directly related to them all.
Thank you again!!
Added by Glindda on Jan 10, 2016 12:40 AM
|The Navigator||Samuel and Mollie Drezon|
If you are not related to Samuel(#113262877) and Mollie(#113262875) Drezon, buried in Ohel Yakov Beth Israel Cemetery, would you please transfer them to me. Mr. and Mrs. Drezon were very close friends of my grandparents. I promise to take care of them.
|Miriam||RE: Sonia Wincor Greenberg Cohen|
No problem, no hurry. Thank you!
Added by Miriam on Sep 29, 2015 6:21 PM
|Miriam||RE: Sonia Wincor Greenberg Cohen|
I was wondering if you saw my previous response, and did you get to check Sonia's grave? I had sent my reply through Edit since I wasn't comfortable posting a few of the details publicly.
Added by Miriam on Sep 22, 2015 5:48 PM
|Joy Steele||RE: Infant Fine|
You are welcome. The cemetery staff is very helpful which makes my work easier. We are blessed to have them.
You will see that I was unable to find Raymond Schuster today.
But, if you look at the pictures for Frank, Mabel Winston or Paul (currently listed as Peter Paul) you will see a new and unmarked grave. I'm convinced that this is Raymond. I'll keep an eye on it. If and when the grave is marked and if it is Raymond I'll be sure to take and post some pictures.
Also.... as far as the two Fischbach babies are concerned I do write there names down on my list when I do go out to St. Gall's. I've never seen them. But, in the south west corner of the cemetery there are several newer markers all for babies. To me this indicates that there are several unmarked graves with babies in this area.
Again, I'm convinced these the two Fischbach's are buried here. I would love to find them one day. Hopefully somebody out there is working on this. It looks like there is.
Again, thanks for the requests.
Added by DDM on Aug 25, 2015 5:57 PM
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