Added by Robert Schreck on Feb 27, 2015 2:04 PM
May I use your photos in my family tree on Ancestry.com, and my private tree.
Thanks for the great work on Find a grave.
Added by Vicki C. on Feb 26, 2015 8:12 AM
Hi Dyane, I submitted two suggested edit. One for his birth yr, he died at 6 weeks, as he died in December he was born the same year. Second, his stone is engraved 1866, not 1865 as listed in the Find A Grave text. Thanks for creating his memorial. Paul Turner.
Added by pjt on Feb 25, 2015 1:05 PM
|Gary Theroux||Sarah "Whittier" Withrow|
John (b. 1757) and Sarah (maiden name "Whittier") Withrow had 12 children: John, Ann, Benjamin, William, Jacob, David, James, Isaac, Mary Ann, Joseph, David, Leslie. They should not be confused with John (b. 1793) and Sarah (maiden name "Wier") Withrow who had seven children: Benjamin, Daniel, John, James, Samuel, Leslie, Joseph Byron.
Added by Gary Theroux on Feb 23, 2015 11:30 AM
Many thanks for the volunteer work you do!
Added by P. Aldrete on Feb 13, 2015 4:39 PM
Another big thank you for this photo, too!
Added by P. Aldrete on Feb 13, 2015 4:38 PM
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by P. Aldrete on Feb 13, 2015 4:36 PM
|squadron a association||G. Youngs|
Thanks for the posting !
Vince SQDN A
Added by squadron a association on Feb 05, 2015 10:03 AM
|Mary Casey Huntzinger||RE: Casey|
Thank You So Much Dyane! xo
Added by Mary Casey Huntzinger on Feb 03, 2015 2:08 PM
|LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMITH||Theodore Higbie|
Theodore Higbie Thanks for the photo
Added by LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMI... on Feb 03, 2015 12:51 PM
|Isabelle||Violet Stransom Joel nee Nash|
Thank you for posting the photos of the Joel family graves in Roslyn Cemetery. I hope that it is OK for me to use your photos on my family tree on Ancestry.
Added by Isabelle on Feb 02, 2015 9:20 PM
|Mari Mills||John Jack Kemp|
Please add his mother, Ruth Kemp, #57855549. Thanks, Mari
Added by Mari Mills on Jan 31, 2015 4:01 PM
Thank you for your time and effort in obtaining and publishing the photo of the Bogert family marker! Have a blessed day!
Added by Reynolds Ansley on Jan 31, 2015 2:59 PM
|TLH||Sara Thompson photo|
thanks so much for taking this photo. I will make a note that her grave is not marked. I appreciate your time & effort.
Added by TLH on Jan 26, 2015 10:21 AM
|Rhonda ||Memorial # 46602971 - Clara Carpenter|
Greetings. I am so happy to find the resting place of my great grand aunt! Since learning about my 3x great grandfather, I have been searching for his wife & daughters to reunite them on FindaGrave through memorial links. Clara's father, George W Stiles, was a Union Soldier in the Civil War, who served in the 7th NY Heavy Artillery Regiment, was captured and died in a confederate prison camp. He had a wife and four young daughters. His family suffered greatly after his death. Clara, the eldest had to work as a brush maker to support the family. The two middle children had to be sent away to live with relatives several hundred miles away. Eventually the youngest daughter was sent to live with one of her sisters once that sister married. Clara never left her mother. She eventually moved with her mother to live closer to her sisters. Clara married a man much her senior who had children from a prior marriage. Her mother lived with them in the same house. I manage the memorial for Clara's father buried at the Andersonville cemetery in Georgia. I am still searching for the resting places of the other family members. It would mean so much to me if this memorial could be transferred so I can keep them all together under my management. I thank you so much for this picture and for consideration of my request.
Added by Rhonda on Jan 22, 2015 6:55 PM
|Bill||stephen pettit 73477418|
Stephen Pettit is my greatgreatgreat grandfather and I found a marriage license that was singed by him and his wife Kate Mott for Walter J. Pettit who was married twice-and lived in New Jersey when he was married. So, I believe that the info is incorrect that he married Elixabeth Jane Hewlett but I cannot find any records of him marrying Kate Mott since my great uncle tells me she was a full blodded Shinnecock Indian. Any ideas would be helpful and also, I used to live a few blocks from that church way back in 1970!!!
Added by Bill on Jan 19, 2015 10:18 AM
|Shirley Amberman Guenette||Thank you!|
Thank you so much, Dyane, for photographing the grave marker for James F. Sexton. It is wonderful to have volunteers such as yourself to do this work. It is people like you who make Find-a-Grave work so well. Thank you! Shirley
Added by Shirley Amberman Guenette on Jan 19, 2015 6:11 AM
|Shirley Amberman Guenette||Thank you!|
Dyane, thank you for photographing the grave marker for Grace E. Sexton. It is people like you who make Find-a-grave work so well. Thank you so much! Shirley
Added by Shirley Amberman Guenette on Jan 19, 2015 5:53 AM
Thank you so much for going above & beyond in taking all the great photos to help me in my family search.
Added by Donna on Jan 07, 2015 2:30 PM
|Judith Heckard Mathias||Stewart/Heckard|
Added by Judith Heckard Mathias on Jan 07, 2015 2:03 PM
|Cymburleigh||RE: Howard Whitney Huntington Rural|
Oh ok great! I didn't know I had access to do so! I will do just that! Thanks for the info!
Added by Cymburleigh on Jan 07, 2015 9:28 AM
|Diane Whitney||# 139732621 Phebe Whitney|
I noticed her grave shows Phebe but your bio shows Phoebe. Do you know if that is correct? Diane
Added by Diane Whitney on Jan 06, 2015 8:49 PM
|Cymburleigh||Howard Whitney Huntington Rural|
Could you edit Howard Whitney's page (Find A Grave Memorial# 139732638) to include his birth year of 1897 and link him to his parents:
Henry Whitney: Find A Grave Memorial# 139732610 &
Frances Whitney: Find A Grave Memorial# 139732569
Thank you ever so much!
Added by Cymburleigh on Jan 06, 2015 6:23 PM
|pjt||Isaac Luyster Memorial|
Hello, Wanted to let you know that I added a photograph to the memorial you created for him. The photo is a copy of the Civil War Muster Roll for John Ahusoo, a native of China, who served in the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, having been paid by Mr. Luyster to serve as his "substitute".
I do research on the 134th having had an ancestor who served in the unit.
Thanks for creating his memorial. Alas, I cannot find a trace of what became of Mr. Ahusoo after the war. Perhaps he returned to China and vanished into the mists of time.
Added by pjt on Jan 02, 2015 11:01 AM
|Emma ||RE: PS- St. John's Church Pic|
Thanks so much, Dyane!! So kind of you!!
Added by Emma on Dec 29, 2014 12:08 PM