David Eschman

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8 years · 11 months · 30 days
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Hi! My name is David and I am an avid genealogist and family historian. I was bitten by the genealogy bug many years ago but the Internet took the hobby to an entirely different level!

Memorials that I have created or that I maintain are for ancestors and relatives with the exception of those in the virtual cemetery "Unrelated". I attempt to create a brief biography for each individual. If any information contained in a memorial is incorrect please contact me so that I can make a correction. Feel free to suggest information to add to the memorials. Also, if anyone has any photos of any of the individuals in the memorials I would greatly appreciate them being added to the memorials. Please feel free to use any information or photos that I have posted for your own personal use. All I ask is that credit be given to me if they are reproduced elsewhere. If any of the memorials in the "Unrelated" listing are relatives or friends of yours please let me know and I will gladly transfer their memorials.

I believe that we honor the dead by maintaining their memories. I read once that when we die we do so twice. The first is the actual, physical death. The second occurs when the last person who knew us passes and all living knowledge of us is gone. I feel that by creating memorials for family members and photographing their graves that I help to keep their memories alive. Often as I wander through cemeteries reading the names on old grave markers I wonder how long it has been since someone read the name and remembered the person buried there.

Please feel free to contact me at the email address listed in my profile if any questions arise about my research and memorials. If you view my memorials and you are kin please contact me and let me know. I thoroughly enjoy hearing from distant cousins and relations that I have never met.

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Arts Family

28 Memorials

Brumleve Family

44 Memorials

Buchheit Family

24 Memorials