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|André Dominguez (#47981897)|
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André J. Dominguez, b. 1947, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. US Navy Machinist's Mate for six 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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|Gerald Weil||Guy Habecker|
Thank you very much for photographing
Guy Habecker's grave marker. I did not
think I would receive such a speedy
I have been researching Cpl. Habecker
specific to his WWI Service. He earned
the Distinguished Service Cross for
repeatedly exposing himself to heavy enemy
shell fire while delivering food and water
to other soldiers on the front line near
Verdun November 4-6, 1918. He was promoted
to Corporal June 24, 1918 and was also
awarded the French Croix de Guerre. Cpl.
Habecker served overseas from July 9, 1918
May 29, 1919 and was Honorably Discharged on
June 7, 1919.
After the war, Mr. Habecker was involved
in the 316th Infantry Association, which
held annual weekend reunions. In 1961, he
was elected Second Vice President of the
Once again I would like to say thank you
for your effort. I hope I can assist you
in some manner in the future.
Gerald Weil Jr.
August 18, 2017
|Sharon Martini||McCulley Gravestone Photos|
Thank you so very much for posting the excellent photos of the gravestones for this couple. This means so much to the family who cannot travel to Lancaster County to the cemetery.
I hope that I can pay it forward to you sometime.
Again, bless you for the quick response!
|genieresearcher||Henry Krauskop d1876|
I think one last thing is you still have your photo of Henry d1876 on the wrong memorial for him in Greenwood that says 1899. Only you can delete the photo you posted. I see you do have it on the correct memorial for him in Lancaster Cem but I think having on the other one is what is confusing the contributor that it's not Henry who died in 1876 in Greenwood. So, sorry to bother you but perhaps you can remove the stone photo from 98541724? thanks again!
it was difficult to explain, let alone understand, especially since stones weren't all that easy to read. thanks for taking the time to correct it.
The info on other memorial that has Henry d 1876 is actually for Adeline d1899 on which she already had stone photo. So name and date will have to be changed. But the photo you posted for Henry d1876 belongs on his memorial in Lancaster Cemetery, not Greenwood. So since you are the poster of Henry's photo d1876 but in wrong cemetery, only you can remove it and repost it onto the correct memorial for him in Lancaster Cem. 42151665. And I did call cemetery to verify this Henry is there. does that explain it better?
Hello Andre, there is some confusion over memorials, names and locations. you had posted stone photos for Henry Krauskop who died in 1876 on memorial 98541724 made in 2012 which is actually the stone photo for Adaline his wife who died in 1899. Then you made another memorial for Adaline but posted the stone photo for Henry d1876. so confusing, I know. Henry Krauskop who died in 1876 is at Lancaster Cemetery, and a memorial exists for him there that was made in 2009. Perhaps you could move your Henry 1876 photos to the other memorial 42151665 and we'll get the Adaline duplicates straightened out. thanks very much for helping fix this. much appreciated.
|Karen Winfield||Phares Samuel Graham and wife|
Hi Andre -- What a nice surprise when I got home tonight to see that you had posted photos of the tombstones of Phares Samuel Graham and his wife. That was so speedy! I'm so appreciative of your time and effort. You made my day! Kind regards.
|Caleb Edwards||John and Barbara Riker # 158162857 and 179510881|
Thanks so much for taking the time to go and take pictures of John and Barbara's graves for me! John was my 3x great grandfather, making Barbara my 4x great grandmother. Did you notice any other Rikers or Riekers buried nearby them, particularly another John Rieker? I am trying to find any information, especially a death date, for Barbara's husband John. I didn't know if he would be buried there or not. Thanks again!
|Mike and Mel||Samuel Allison|
Thank you for fulfilling my request. My puzzle pieces are now starting to fit together.
|Ginger Lashley||William Josiah Ware Family Mount Pleasant Cemetery Millville, NJ|
My husband and I photographed the plot this evening - it's a tad overgrown, sorry it's that time of year. In the plot are their children Sara and Jeanette and John but also I believe their daughter Elizabeth and grandaughter Helen, I'm adding those memorials in case you didn't already know about these connections. We also photographed some other Ware monuments that I will be adding as I have time, I'm not sure if they are any that you need or not but we found them in our search for your Ware request. Have a great night! Ginger and Rob Lashley
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