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|Güner N. Akgün (#46802547)|
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|Turkish American. Born and raised in Ankara-Turkey. |
P.S. Thanks to all of you who have visited and left flowers on my memorials, especially those who have sponsored them.
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|Dawn Haase||your dad.|
Was thinking about you and your dad today. Hope you are doing well.
|Tati and Eric Anderson||Ertuğrul Osman Osmanoğlu|
Good afternoon Guner,
Ertugrul Osmanoglu was buried at Sultan II Mahmud Turbesi as per special permission of Council of Ministers.
Guner I would like to ask your opinion about correction of turkish letters for the sake of ability to search for names.
My laptop keyboard doesn't have any other alphabet but latin.
If someone like me is trying to search on Find A Grave by last name, there is only an option to type Osmanoglu and that someone will never find memorial you had created.
Same with Sultan Abdülmecid I and Abdülmecid II. I decided to have memorial as Abdulmecid I and seriously thinking if it is better to have it as Abdulmejid I, because this is how his name is pronounced.
Word Şehzade is also won't be searchable for general public without keyboards with turkish alphabet. So I wrote Şehzade as Shehzade in few occasions.
In Bio one may write names with correct letters, but name should be in searchable letters of latin alphabet.
What do you think about it? I will greatly appreciate your input.
Thank you and best regards,
|Renato Zoppelli||San Remo|
Dear Mr. Akgün, coming back from San Remo, Italy, I would like to ask you whether you would be able to transcribe an inscription which is very likely in Turkish, using the old Arabic script. I will upload the photo on 'San Remo Cemetery' under the name 'unknown'. Otherwise you might know someone who could be of help. Thank you and have a good day!
|Dawn Haase||your dad|
Just wanted you to know I saw your dad's memorial. He passed away on my dad's 85th birthday. My dad passed away feb 2014. I will remember to think about you on the day of your dad's passing
I'm sorry; I just sent you a message but it wasn't meant for you. Please disregard. It was sent through one of your memorials.
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Season Greetings,|
Merry★* 。 ˚ ˚ ˛ ˚ ˛
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˚ ˛ ˛ ˚ ｜ 田田 ｜門｜ ˚And a happy new year!
|BLESSINGS FROM BAMA..||from terry|
hello dear friend I know its been way to long for a visit but I hope all is well with you please reply and let me know how you are doing god bless...terry
|fatma cobanoglu||Bursadan Merhaba|
Güner Hanım ben 1998 yılında ilk bebeğimi Stillwater,Oklahoma da gömüp döndüm Türkiyeye ve şimdilerde böyle bir sayfaya ulaştım ve bebeğimin seneler sonra mezarını buldum netten , aslında tam kavramış değilim olayı. Acaba siz stillwaterdamı oturuyorsunuz. Kabir ziyaretlerimi yapıyorsunuz.Kızımın mezarını çok merak ediyorum ve nasıl durumda olduğunuda tabii. Bana yardımcı olursanız bu konuda çok sevinicem. Şimdiden TŞK.
|purple-lady||* Saying "Hello" *|
Hello dear friend, it surely has been TOO LONG since we have been in touch. Hoping this finds you in good health & with a lot of happiness coming your way.
It is always nice to hear from you, so I wait impatiently! Blessings to you & yours. Sent with xoxo
Hi Guner, Just thought I would leave a note to see how you and your lovely family are doing. Hope that life is being good to you.
Take care, love
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