|Andrea Mauriello (#47806257)|
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I have been a member of Find A Grave since 2007 and I am trying to gain access to my original Find A Grave page (A. Mauriello) where I created a memorial for my much loved Grandmother, Dorothy Louise Fabregas Bunting and her memorial is very important to me. I enjoy helping others to gain photographic insight on their family/loved ones cemetery site and have taken a number of photos for Find A Grave. I hope that by creating this new page that I may be able to get some assistance to get my original page back, however, if that is not possible, I will understand.|
I am a proud mother of a son who (now retired) was a Sergeant serving as an 0311 Infantryman in the U.S. Marine Corps, from 2006 to 2011. He is now enjoying studies in college in Health Sciences. My husband John is my best friend and we are incredibly proud of William, his dedication to serving this country while so young; and his accomplishments in college thus far.
I greatly enjoy photography and I have a love of history & genealogy. Hoping that I am able to assist you. Blessings to you & yours, Andrea
Mountain Vale Cemetery
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|labwriter||Cyrus R McComb gravestone|
I just wanted to let you know that I found a grave marker for Cyrus R. McComb in Greenwood Cemetery, Canon City, CO (memorial #35705624). I saw the nice note you left saying that you were unable to locate the marker, so I wanted you to know that I posted the photo. I know how it is looking for these markers--you can look and look and sometimes you just don't see them.
Kind regards, Becky
|suzann smith||George Hughes grave|
I found the following on find-a-grave for George Hughes and saw that you took the picture of the entrance to the cemetery. Is there an actual grave marker in this cemetery to identify where George is buried?
I am the registrar for a Colorado chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and am working on an application for the granddaughter of a George Hughes. We are hoping we have found the right man but until I have more information we can't be certain. Do you know if there are any records kept by the cemetery? Any suggestions you can offer would be much appreciated.
George Hughes unknown-1890
Freemont County, CO
|J Serio||Grover Bailey|
Grover Bailey Memorial# 90456805
Don Grulich Memorial# 114669078
Don is Grover son in law
Thanks for the pics.
your notes with pic
According to the City Cemetery Dept, also in this same family plot is a Donald R. Grulich; buried in space 3 of Section 36, Block 17, Lot 0. I wasn't sure if you knew about this so thought I would add it to Grover's memorial page. Blessings to you.
Added by: Andrea Mauriello
Added by J Serio on Jul 14, 2014 4:43 PM
|JP Rayder||RE: George Bittrolff|
You're welcome. I'm happy to have helped,Happy Thanksgiving to you also....JP
|Cinderella Card Wright||Anna K Wright|
Thank you for trying to find her grave. Hopefully the next time the weather will be good. It's so great that people like you do this for others.
Thank you so much,
Cinderella Card Wright
|Donna Lee Wall||Thomas Ball|
Thank you so much for the information, corrected his cemetery. thank you for taking the time to get this information, thank you also for taking the time to take and post his tombstone picture. All of his children (now gone), were not sure where were buried. donna lee wall
Thank you Thank you, the photo is excellent.
|T Kronenberg||RE: Cornelius Gray|
Hello again....doesn't sound silly at all and I really appreciate it! I'm so glad to have found him!!
Most sincerely yours
|T Kronenberg||Cornelius Gray|
Thank you so much for taking this photo for me. It means a lot to me!
Thank you for the photo and your work.
Added by Ross, NM on Jul 13, 2012 6:09 PM
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