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Heather Hall (#48030601)
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Hello! Anyone is authorized to use any of the photos/images I take and post on Find a Grave freely. I contribute time and effort to adding items to Find A Grave because I enjoy it and love giving back to the genealogy community. There is no need to contact me to request permission.

Occasionally, I do post a photo with permission from the copyright holder, if applicable, so please look to see if there is a citation in the photo caption. For the photos or documents provided by others, please give them proper credit.

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Karen Maxwell Wisnieski
Grave search
I've just found information that my great, great grand parents are buried in Calvary Cemetery, Section 31, Stone 16, Carrolton Township, Fillmore County. I'm wondering if this is that cemetary although I know it has a different name now. If so, might it be possible for you to find and photograph their headstone? Their names are Anton and Veronica Schwab. Anything you can do would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much.

Karen Wisnieski,
Added by Karen Maxwell Wisnieski on Apr 20, 2017 3:22 PM
Hey! Thx for quick response. Believe it or not, I also asked local ghost hunters and they actually said they would be happy to take a pic of they found it on their next trip thru.
Added by Alysia on Apr 12, 2017 1:08 AM
Peter Goetzinger mystery
Hi, you created a memorial for Peter Goetzinger (THANK YOU!). I am hoping for a photo to solve a mystery since no photo or death certificate exists.

Peter Goetzinger, born 14 May 1856 in Saarbrücken, Saarland, Germany (per German family books) was the first and oldest of 4 siblings that came to America in 1879. He is my 3rd great uncle. If the news report below was the same Peter, then he died 9 February 1890 in Central City shy of 34 years old, which was reported in the Castle Rock journal on February 12, 1890 and in other news outlets.

Your listing is for a Peter Goetzinger, born in 1863 and died (eight years later than the suicide) in 1898 at 35 years old. If this is not the same person, then we don't know what happened to Peter.

Is it possible to get a photo or know the source of your data? We would be so grateful. Thank you!
Added by Alysia on Apr 11, 2017 7:58 PM
Debra Downing
William Crumbling
Thank you for your searching for William's headstone.
Added by Debra Downing on Nov 03, 2016 8:08 PM
Thank you!
Thank you for the grave marker photo for A. Dason Stewart. I looked all over trying to find his full name, but could not find it. I couldn't even find a WWII enlistment record even though his death certificate said he was a veteran. The name on his death certificate was exactly "A. Dason Stewart." His first name must have been something awful. :-)
Added by Rajordan on Oct 26, 2016 12:11 AM
Andy Gappa
Betty Matau
Thank you very much for adding the excellent photos to Heather Matau's memorial. They're perfect! I definitely owe you one. Thanks, again.
Andy Gappa
Added by Andy Gappa on Oct 25, 2016 9:44 PM
Christopher Ware
Florence Land (#36020024)
Hi Heather, I got a notification that you submitted a problem with my photo request stating that you couldn't find the headstone. I don't know if it would help, but the memorial has a photo on it that was taken before she passed. That might help you find it. I am looking for a photo with her death year inscribed on it. Thanks for the effort!
Added by Christopher Ware on Oct 25, 2016 4:47 PM
RE: Gannaway photo
My apologies! I just saw the up-close photo of his marker with the first 4 letters of surname and his dob and dod on it and didn't realize there was a 2nd page of photos with the complete marker on it! Thank you for getting both photos! :)
Added by Linda on Oct 25, 2016 2:17 PM
Gannaway photo
Thank you! Do you need separate plot information just to get a photo of the entire headstone because his wife's name is on it? Is that a findagrave rule? If so it's a ridiculous rule.
Added by Linda on Oct 25, 2016 11:43 AM
Lisa Mac
Shirley Family @ Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery
Thank you so much for taking the photos of the Shirley family for me! Your efforts are much appreciated!
Added by Lisa Mac on Oct 23, 2016 7:36 AM
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