|Andre Dominguez (#47981897)|
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Andre J. Dominguez, b. 1947, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. US Navy Machinist's Mate for 6 years, 3-1/2 years on a nuclear Submarine, Penn State University graduate (BSME), electric utility nuclear power engineer/manager for 30 years. Currently a professional researcher specializing in family history research in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania in general.|
Any memorial will be gladly transferred following FAG guidelines.
Photographs: The photographs that I have attached to memorials on Find-A-Grave are for public use. You DO NOT have to request permission to use my photos.
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Thank you so much for providing this evidence of my ancestor's existence. He was the son of my mom's favorite uncle
|C Sachs Wagner||Cora Dyer Meister|
Thanks so much for all you do on Find A Grave and for the photo of Cora's marker! Your photos are so helpful and your willingness to add to this online resource is much appreciated!
|Patricia BlackPat||Francis Parker son of Francis Parker|
Thank you for your work on Find a Grave. I am a descendant of Francis Parker of Troy, Missouri. I believe that the Francis Parker of IL is not the son of the Francis Parker of Troy, MO. The obit states that he came to IL at an early age. However, according to the 1850 Troy Co. Missouri census he was living with his father, Francis Parker and he was 24 years old. I do't consider that an early age. According to family members, he came to Smith County, Tennessee before 1860 and married there. One family member had the trunk that he brought his belonging in to Tennessee.
I do believe the Francis Parker that you refer is of this family, because they had a tendency to use the same names, especially for male offspring. Francis Parker married Catherine Parker (no relation) in Smith County 1860. They named their sons Henry, Charles (my grandfather), and James Francis.
I have seen the IL Francis attached to this family before, and tried in vain to contact some of the posters. Thank you for your time.
|William R. Long||Andrew W. Dennison|
Andre, you are a "one man band". Many thanks for finding Dennison's gravestone. We looked for over a hour and couldn't find him...
|Ardie||Magdalena Pursey stone|
Thank you for providing the photo of plot where Magdalena Pursey is buried in Lancaster Cemetery. Knowing she is buried next to her daughter, Clara Markley is just one more piece of information in my search to prove that she really is my hubby's great great grandmother.
Added by Ardie on Sep 16, 2016 7:01 PM
|James Mason Fritz||Photos of the headstones of Amos Groff|
Thank you so much for posting the photos of the headstones of Amos Gross and his wife, Susanna Harman. They were my g-g- grandparents and I tried on several occasions to locate their graves. The records of the cemetery could not pinpoint the location of these graves and I was unable to locate them myself. The best they could tell me was that the graves were close to President Buchanan.
Again, thank you so much.
|James Johnston||Edward Rauson Deatrick|
Incredible effort - Thank you! This was my wife's 3rd Great Uncle and it means a great deal to me. It would have looked a little strange if the police had been driving by!
|Heidi B.||Sophia Cheenworth|
Thank you for the picture and report on the burial site of Sophia Cheenworth. I was trying to see if she may be Sophia Chenoweth, born 1799. There are many variations on the spelling, but I'm not any closer to knowing if this is the right one. The Sophia I'm looking for was married to John. It would be interesting if she were buried without him although there are certainly situations where this is the case. They also had children, so I'm not sure that she would have been buried in this area of the graveyard unless all of them had fallen on hard times as well. More research necessary.
Thank you for the details. I appreciate it!
Added by Heidi B. on Aug 30, 2016 1:54 PM
|Ken Davis||PFC Steven Hess Boyer|
Find A Grave Memorial# 65085095
PFC Thomas Edward Jennings
Find A Grave Memorial# 69146788
EN2 George Robert Weaver, Jr
Find A Grave Memorial# 93833333
I've added your marker photos to their records in the Coffelt Database of Vietnam casualties at http://www.CoffeltDatabase.org.
Thank you for helping us to remember them properly ... and for your service.
Member, The Coffelt Group
|BvaleBob||Remley stone & plot photos|
Thank you for the great picture of the Jacob L. Remley stone at the Woodward Hill cemetery. I appreciate the extra effort to clear the dirt off the stone before taking the picture.
Also, thanks for the great report on Harriet Remley and the others buried in this plot. It answers a lot of questions.
I've submitted photo requests again for all the folks in your report and hope that you will post your report to each of those memorials.
Added by BvaleBob on Jul 01, 2016 11:08 AM
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