Hi: I just approved a Stewart edit for you. It would be wonderful as you are updating the memorials if you could put in the note section PHOTO By JAMES A ADAM. The person that initiated the memorial refused to do that.
Added by Pixturmn on Jul 16, 2017 11:01 AM
|LSP||RE: Stewarts of Kilkerran Cemetery|
I really appreciate your help with any of the Kilkerran graves. My Stewart's arrived in the colonies in the 1700's and left behind a lot of kin. Glad to transfer.
Added by LSP on Jul 16, 2017 8:20 AM
Family belongs with family.. That is how I look at it.
You so welcome if i have another family members that belong to you let me know
|Vandora Thomason||A picture can say a thousand words|
Thank you so much taking the time for my father. Telling you this is very important to me as my father is also. I don't get to visit his grave much because it is a long ways off. I have a place to visit him now anytime I want because of your help. Bless you always.
|"IRISH EYES ARE SMILING"||TRANSFER|
I transfered the Strange memorial to you.
I am looking for a grave for Solomon Baker, B.12-25-1838; d. 8-7-1918. According to his Death Cert. he is buried in Cochran Cemetery in Dawson.
Have you photo'd all of this cemetery? Any help would be appreciated.
It sounds like you visited the cemetery south of town, on the road from Caramanico to San Vittorino. We know people who have been there. Thanks for sharing the photos!
Added by M.Kramer on Nov 29, 2015 6:35 PM
Hi Cari, i wondered if you could tell me more about the Caramanico Terme cemetery you uploaded some photos photos for. Where is it? Were you there? Thanks! Mary.
Added by M.Kramer on Nov 29, 2015 5:29 AM
|Mary Ann Van Horssen||Hollister Memorials|
Thanks for transferring the Hollister memorials to me. I have been waiting, wondering if and why you wanted to keep them.
My sister and I did have Mary Ann's stone picked up, power-washed and the marble surface ground to remove lichen and stains. We had memorials added for David Sprague and their son Job, and Mary Ann's father Job.
In addition, her mother and stepfather's obelisk, next to Mary Ann's stone, was also power-washed.
What a difference! Looks great.
Your cousin, Mary Ann
|Michael Wilson||Zanotelli memorials|
I would very much like to mange Joseph & Alice Zanotelli's memorials. They are my dad's aunt and uncle. I was very close to Alice. Still e-mail their daughter Marie on a regularly . I will take good care of it. Thanks for your work!
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