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|Carl Myers (#46770551)|
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|I currently live in CT but have roots in OH and OR. Along with genealogy and attempting to find the common link between my wife and I (which started it all) my hobbies are model HOn3 trains, RC planes, photgraphy and computers.|
We love to travel, especially Germany and France, and enjoy art, great wine (we used to live in Oregon), great food and especially our friends.
Last but certainly not least, my daughter lives in Atlanta with a beautiful little girl and boy who I never see as much as I would like.
And finally, everyone is free to use my photos on this site for their personal use.
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|Rick Sandler||My Sister's Grave|
Carl, thank you so much for posting the photo of my sister, Gail Sandler Mazo's, stone. It means so much to me. I am not able to visit the gravesite often because I live far away but seeing this makes me feel connected to her. You are wonderful to do this.
Thank you very much for transferring the memorial of Fred Beauleau to me. I will post only sourced material on it and strive for perfection :)
|Deirdre||Ephraim Case, Sheffield MA|
Thank you so much for the beautiful and totally readable photo of the gravestone of Ephraim Case. I visited the grave last month and though the stone is still readable, it is no longer as clear as the photo you took. You did a great job and I appreciate it very much!
Added by Deirdre on Sep 08, 2016 9:35 AM
|LMA||Your amazing photography|
Just wanted to thank you for the amazing photo you took of Thomas Woolsey's gravestone. It is the best I've ever seen on findagrave! I can see everything! Taking it at night with a flash? Well, the dark background is genius! Thank you!
Lalou Myatt Abrams (8thgrgranddaughter of Thomas Woolsey).
Added by LMA on Jul 21, 2016 7:37 AM
|lulu||Banks in Lyon-Rawson|
Carl - I have been working a 1908 transcript AND the CT Death register - I will be sending u some updates that are a bit different from what u have - I just wanted to give u a heads up as to where they are coming from (also a closer read of the tombstones show some changes) Donna aka lulu
Added by lulu on May 23, 2016 6:46 AM
|Patsy Conlon||Lydia Kellogg Fitch|
Thank you so much for the edit. Very nice guy to work with. It is much appreciated.
|Jewels Verne||Trying to locate Newman graves in Greenwich, CT|
Contacting you to see if you are able to help me locate someone known buried in Greenwich, CT.?
The person is Pamelia Rhugna Newman. She died 14 May 1899 in Chicago and the death certificate states she was buried on 19 May 1899 in Greenwich, CT (no particular cemetery listed). Her late husband was James L and he was originally from Greenwich, CT. Therefore, I am wondering if he is also buried there. I have no further information on him, just her.
The funeral home listed on the dc was Scott T. Walter, but I am not sure if this was in Chicago or Greenwich.
Thank you in advance.
Thank you do much for adding the headstone photo for John Crosby!! Means more than you know! Bless you!
Lucy Basney Weishuhn is buried in Cedar Valley Cemetery Arenac County Michigan. Not Decker.
|Rachel Weishuhn||Lucy Weishuhn|
Lucy C. Basinet Weishuhn buried in Millbrook Mecosta Michigan #79994758 is buried in Cedar Valley Arenac County Michigan.as Lucy Basney Weishuhn She was married to Chester Weishuhn.
Charles Oberland Weishuhn was Chester's brother, married to Julia Margaret Trombley.
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