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|Lisa Phillips (#47119149)|
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I am interested and enjoy researching anything on the Titanic and my Fuss Family history. I would gladly help anyone who is searching for a grave in Bucks and Montgomery Counties in PA|
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|The Irish Lady||Hillside Cemetery - Goll, Kannegieser, Mast|
Many thanks for getting the headstone for all of these family members onto the Find A Grave site. It was a mother load for me.
I wonder if you'd allow me to use the pic in the family research, with credit of course?
The Irish Lady - Gail - 46995691
|Bess Jr||Memorial# 179110858|
Thanks for your picture of Mary Anna Dewitt Powderhill Bell's grave marker. It is very much appreciated. This helps link a close friend and work colleague with his family...Bess Jr.
Added by Bess Jr on Jul 17, 2017 2:46 PM
|JoAnn Bianchi Brown||Marano / Holy Cross|
I am immensely grateful to you for the photographs of Edith (Marano) Bianchi's headstone! The family plot photos on her relatives memorials were taken while she was living. Now I can finally see where her name is recorded.
|stephen schifani||Frank Schifani|
Thanks so much Lisa
Lots of work to do and I'm excited to put the pieces together. Thanks for everything!
Added by Eileen on Jul 01, 2017 7:03 PM
My brother is Glenn Joseph Neil 'Baby' Glenn. I was wondering if you would mind transferring his site to me so I can update his info? Thank-You - Eileen
Added by Eileen on Jul 01, 2017 6:08 PM
|Ben Cooper||RE: Dinlocker's|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos of the Dinlocker family grave markers. I was wondering if I may use them in my own personal genealogy? Also, about James Shafer, his lasted named is spelled Shafer. And from what I understand, he was cremated and his mother had a granite bench erected and had his remains placed inside. But he may have another grave marker at the spot as well? I'm not sure what is there to be honest. I hope that knowing this information will help you in searching for the spot where he is.
|Jan Brown||Requesting to use Photo|
I'd like to request permission to use your photograph of the gravestone of Muriel A Haac (Memorial#: 104547528). I will be happy to give you credit.
Janice Tumbelston Brown
|Ben Cooper||RE: Heston Family grave marker photos|
Thank you for taking the photos for me, I appreciate it! No, Unfortunately I don't know what section the Dinlockers are in, or Jamie Shafer. Is Whitemarsh a big cemetery? I've never been there. I know it's harder to find graves in cemeteries where the markers are all flat.
|Ben Cooper||Heston Family grave marker photos|
I want to thank you for taking the time to upload photos of the Heston family grave markers in Whitemarsh Memorial Park Cemetery. I really appreciate it! I am physically disabled, and I don't drive, so getting to a cemetery to take photos is sometimes difficult for me. William K. Heston was a first cousin to my great grandmother. (His mother and my great-great grandfather were siblings) I was wondering if by any chance you will be returning to the cemetery? I was wondering if you would be willing to take a few more grave marker photos for me? My grandmother's Aunt and her family are also buried at Whitemarsh Memorial Park. They are, Anna Dinlocker b. Dec 29 1903 d. Jan 26 1986. Her husband Charles A. Dinlocker b. Jan 24 1903 d. March 19 1999 and their two sons, Harry W. Dinlocker b. July 30 1927 d. July 20 2011. and Charles R Dinlocker b July 28 1930 d. Feb 9 1989. I created memorials for them all quite a while back. And the last one is my mom's cousin's son. I believe he is buried at Whitemarsh Memorial Park so I created a memorial for him as well. He was cremated, and I'm not exactly sure what type of marker he has. His name was James A Shafer b. Jan 13 1981 d. April 14 2013. Thank you so much for your time, and thank you again for taking photos of the Heston family grave markers.
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