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|Thomas Dunne (#46784633)|
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I use to use chalk on old stones, and was unaware of any damage it may do. I no longer use chalk on stones. If anyone has a listing I placed a stone photo on in which I used chalk, and they want that photo removed, just let me know and I will remove it. As agreed by find a grave, the chalked photo's will be removed as new, readable photo's are placed on the listing.|
I just want to let everyone know, I do read all of the messages left on my page, and appreciate hearing that my efforts are not in vain. I am sorry though that I only answer the ones that are a question. I do appreciate all of your messages.
Thank You for your messages
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|Karen Brown||Malvina Hallenbeck|
Thomas you did find her! I see you are very, very busy taking pictures everywhere. I come across your name far and near. Thank you for your dedication!
|bill preston||Cora Lane Quant #16555171 @ sister Lydia Jane Lane Quant #16555194|
Tom: Many thanks for posting their edits, marriage and obit articles. All the best, Bill Preston
|Karen Brown||Malvina Hallenbeck|
Thank you Thomas for searching for her. She did die at age 32 and she was a cousin to her husband. Perhaps she is buried with her parents, but I don't see her in the Albany Rural Cemetery, with all the other Hallenbeck children. Also Her husband Charles Addison Hallenbeck married second Debra Hallenbeck, but then he died 8 years later at age 41. So strange that neither wife is buried with him.
|Carol Corrao||Brate Family|
Hello, Thomas - thank you for getting the photos for the Noel, Celia and Rodney Brate. Noel's name was spelled N-o-l-l in Find A Grave and I knew it had to be spelled wrong! Thanks again!
|Patty Hoenigman||Grave of HWD|
I think there is some confusion about this grave. My great grandfather was Henry W. Darling and I know he is buried at Park View Cemetery in Schenectady. Then his son, who was Alan Graeme Darling, had a son also named Henry W. Darling...the one whose photo is in the picture of him on Find A Grave. He only lived a year so that photo is of my grandmother holding him, likely very close to the time he died. Is there some way for you to find out if he is buried at Park View? The photo that you've posted looks like it's for my great grandfather. It's very confusing having two people by the same name! It wouldn't surprise me if the baby is not in fact buried at Park View, because I know there is a marker for him at a cemetery in Massachusetts, but I am wondering if it's there as a cenotaph with his parents, but maybe his body is still in Schenectady. Any light you can shed on this would be very much appreciated! Patty Hoenigman writing you from Austin, Texas
|loripinzer||RE: Harry Wilson photos|
Thank you so much for taking the Park View photos of my great grandfather's grave, Harry Wilson.
It looks like you had to do a little extra work in uncovering the stone…very much appreciated!
|Honoring our ancestors||Dailey|
Thank you for the photo!
|Nancy Zeltinger Austin||# 166207516 Leah Margaret Clark Hemker|
Thanks so much for your photos of Leah's gravesite. You do good work.
Nancy Zeltinger Austin
|Ken Ray||RE: Warren & Sarah Brownell|
Thank you very much, I will take very good care of them.
Added by Ken Ray on Sep 03, 2017 9:00 AM
|mommycita||Washburne, Charles et al|
Thank you for their headstone photo.
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