|Donna Silva (#47853125)|
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|I started walking the Woodlawn Cemetery in Clinton with my pups for exercise, I started to look at the headstones one day and wondered if anyone would be looking for pictures, I found names of some people who I thought might be related to me somehow. |
While I have been doing research for my family, I stumbled across this, I though since someone had taken some pictures of a few of my relatives, I thought what a nice way to return the favor. I enjoy helping others find people of their past, heritage to their lives. A path from the past helps us to understand who we are, and what makes us the people we are today.
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|Dominique Potier||RE: Linwood H Pedersen|
Thanks Donna . It' s him ... just something strange is the enlistment year 1946 ???? anyway thanks so much for your help .
|Dominique Potier||Linwood H Pedersen|
Thanks for your picture, unfortunately I can't tell if he was an airborne during the WW2 . If one day you find his obit could you contact me ?
Donna, thank you so much for the photo of Christopher Stone and for finding all of these others for me. I had no documentation that they were there so I'm thrilled you found them. I created memorials for all of the others, would you mind adding the photo to theirs as well, or would you mind if I do? Thanks again.
|Vicky Bergman||Thank You!|
|Keeper of the Stars||Charles Frazer|
Hi,Donna, I want to thank you for the beautiful photos of Charles' gravestone. I am trying to find Civil War Vets in New England. I truly appreciate your time and effort! Your Friend, Susan
|Kathy Krysiak||Minigan photo|
Thank you for taking this. The grave looks very patriotic for the upcoming holiday.
|Kathy Krysiak||Edwin Armstrong|
Thank you very much for the photo!
Added by SamK on Jul 26, 2012 3:03 AM
|Karen White-Dacy||Divoll photos|
Thank you so much, Donna!
|Steve McBride||Photo thanks|
Hi Donna, thanks for the photo of Catherine Slattery's marker. She was my grandfather's first wife. A previous attempt to take this photo failed, so I'm glad you were able to locate her with the Rufs. The name Anna Cloeckner sounded a bit familiar as I read it. Catherine's mother was Annie Glockner Wazal. Is it possible you mistyped mor misread the name? I don't find a memorial for her or the Rufs.
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