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Kurt Lau (#46787540)
 member for 16 years, 11 months, 15 days
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I have been photographing grave stones since the 1980's in the southern N.J./PA area. I first started (like many) with my own family tree, and then I started photographing grave markers of Civil War and Revolutionary War Veterans' grave sites (among others) in the late 1980's and early 1990's. I moved to southeast GA in 1996. I have MANY more photos from years ago (about 2000) than the ones I have posted on FIND-A-GRAVE. Lately, I've been enjoying helping other members of FAG by taking volunteer photos of grave markers. Any changes or corrections to my photos or information please feel free to contact me. Also, anyone wanting to use my photos for ANY reason, please ask first, I usually OK a request as long as I am given credit for the photo. Thanks.

- Kutztown University of PA (1990)
(B.A. Applied Geography)
- Ogeechee Technical College (2016)
(A.S. Geographical Information Systems)(GIS)

Some of the surnames I am researching include: Lau (German origin, not Asian), Wynn, Scull, Navone, Henderson, Corson, Biggs, Camp, Cheesman, Wolbert (Woolbert), Cresse, Elmer, & Lummis. Most of these family names are from the southern N.J./Philadelphia, PA area.

P.S. I've also been (since the early 1970's) a HUGE Philadelphia PHILLIES and FLYERS fan!! Greg (THE BULL) Luzinski was my favorite Phillie!
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 • 145 Memorials Added
 • 146 Memorials Managed
 • 602 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 151 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 20 Virtual Flowers
 • 1 Virtual Cemetery
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Cora Lee Handley Fountain
Thank you for the lovely photo of Cora Lee Handley Fountain's gravestone. There are not enough words to described how amazed and grateful I am for your unselfish and noble action. Your kindness touches us all. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Jul 20, 2017 7:13 AM
Clinton and Ida Lamb
Thank-you for the lovely photo of Clinton and Ida Lamb's gravestone photo. Words cannot express our family's gratitude for your kind deed of giving of your time to help those in need. You are a true unsung hero. The world is in great need of you. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. I am, with deepest respect, a grateful family member. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Jul 20, 2017 7:03 AM
Mary Jacqueline Hulsey memorial
Dear Kurt,
Thank you so very much for the photo of this memorial. This lady was truly dear to me. She practically raised me. I have searched for her memorial for a long time. I am surprised that there is no date of death included. I am just thrilled to have a photo of the headstone though. Thanks again for filling my request.

Best wishes,
Added by Gigi on Jul 19, 2017 10:22 PM
William C. "Bill" Murray
William C. "Bill" Murray I can not find this name in my files. Please send date and location.
Added by Hannah on Jul 19, 2017 8:40 PM
John S. Sims
Photo Request
Thank you very much for taking the grave photo of Walter Walker. It is appreciated.
Added by John S. Sims on Jul 06, 2017 5:01 PM
thank you
We truly appreciate the photo you captured and posted on Cora's memorial at our request. Bravo for your assistance! :)
Added by bonniebeyond on May 30, 2017 1:00 PM
Inman Foy Sr. & Inman Foy Jr.
Thanks for the photos!
Added by Anonymous on Feb 06, 2017 6:21 AM
Ronald Keel
Cook's in Georgia
Kurt Thank you so much for your help getting these headstones for the Cooks in Georgia.
Added by Ronald Keel on Oct 26, 2016 4:22 PM
J. Evans
Photo request answered
Thank you so much for posting the grave picture on Find a Grave for Carlyn B. Arden.

Joan Evans
Added by J. Evans on Oct 26, 2016 1:29 PM
Cindie Brower
Luella Scull
Thank you so very much for posting pictures of my grandparent's headstone! I have just started looking on-line for my ancestry, but I have so much written down from my parents and grandparents. How did you find out that my grandparents were killed in a car accident? I thought that was something only the family would know after all these years. Thanks again and I look forward to hearing from you. I think our paths will cross again because some of the names you mentioned you were interested in are some of my family names.
Added by Cindie Brower on Jun 29, 2016 6:08 PM
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