|lynn lindvall||RE: Mario Digregorio|
You're welcome. By any chance are they related to Louie who used to skate at marshfield family skateland? Louie would be about 62ish.
|Islandergirl||RE: Bonshor grave stone|
It was "shiny" at the time. I might try to go back and get a better photo in the future.
|Julie Griffen Studnicky||RE: Carota grave stone|
You are so very welcome. There are others with that name would you like me to take photos of them as well??
|Brad Clemens||RE: Panzone grave stone|
Tony thanks, it was my pleasure to get this for you. I live near Knollwood so if you need anything else just ask.
l knew Henry at Foster Grant and l meet Olga at the Manor on the Hill when my mother Bella Christoforo was there. l will try to get the pictures taken- snowing hard here-up to 12 inches
|PatriotsFan||RE: Distaso grave stone|
You are very welcome. So sorry for your loss.
|Tom McManus||RE: Gregory grave stones|
You are very welcome!
|BobBoston||RE: Lanciani grave stone|
Tony, You are very welcome.
It is a nice feeling to help other and it is a wonderful exercise at my age. Try it at your local cemetery.
|sharlene boevingloh||RE: Kathleen Benkowich grave stone|
|Havergal Doherty||DeLoreta's at Saint Peter and Paul Cemetery|
I recently took photos of Eugene's and Pasquale's stones. There was also a Sgt Pierino DeLoreta 1908-1951 there also. I snapped a photo, but he's not noted on Find A Grave at all. At least I have the photo, when he shows up.
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