Have been doing some family history and found out I'm related to Hans Simon Braun. Trying to find any family on him. He died at Dachau in January 1941. He was born in January 1904. It was said that he was a photographer. I live in the U.S. so getting info is hard.
Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by jules on Jun 27, 2015 1:25 PM
|Mary Ann Weshinskey||Anna Heldina Karlsson|
I am sorry you did not like the balloons. I did try to remove them, but the link you had in your post did not work properly. I finally found the memorial again by searching her name and found that the balloons had already been removed.
Added by Mary Ann Weshinskey on Jun 15, 2015 11:39 AM
|Al Holter||Karolina Sofia Karlsson - 5/15/1854 - 3/10/1891 - Torpa - Smalland - Sweden|
I'm trying to locate a relative over there and hopefully view her memorial page. Someone I know here in the U.S. had been to her grave last year but he didn't have a camera with him and never took a photo, so I know there's a grave and marker. If you know anyone close to that cemetery could you see if they would take the photo? Thank you very much and thank you for all you do for F.A.G. Al Holter
Added by Al Holter on Jun 14, 2015 4:19 PM
|ditdit||Thomas Haynes,Arthur Wootten,&|
Thank you for the photos of their gravestones. Your time and efforts and talents are very much appreciated.
Those stones are beautiful. Ironic interruption of that one "reed".
Added by ditdit on Jun 14, 2015 4:04 AM
Thanks for pointing out that the maiden name was on the marker. I had overlooked it. I always give my sources for anything I add that is not on the grave marker (for various reasons).
Added by NatalieMaynor on Jun 12, 2015 6:39 AM
|ken brodhurst||Maurice E Putt|
Many thanks for the photos
Added by ken brodhurst on Jun 08, 2015 8:46 AM
|Leslie Dovaston||Photograph of Sgt L. Dovaston grave|
Dear Bob P,
Just a short note to thank you for your effort in taking the time to photograph the grave of my Uncle
(RAF)' who is interred in Hanover War Cemetery, Germany.
It is very much appreciated by myself and my family.
Added by Leslie Dovaston on Jun 08, 2015 8:08 AM
|Allan Mawson||RE: Personal thank you from my family|
I'd be interested to know if he is with all of his crew in that row or just two of them Bobp. And that would close the book as far as we are concerned. Maybe you'd be able to shed some light on that matter?.
Added by Allan Mawson on Jun 08, 2015 7:04 AM
|Allan Mawson||Personal thank you from my family|
Would like to thank Bobp for taking the time to take and send photos of my great uncles headstone at Hanover war cemetery also to know he is with some of his crew is comforting.
I'm currently not in a position through finances to go and visit personally so your photos have helped put the final piece of the jigsaw in place.
If I ever had the chance I'd certainly buy you a drink and personally thank you for your efforts.
Once again thank you so much from c.robinsons family.
Added by Allan Mawson on Jun 08, 2015 3:34 AM
|Mary Grech||Re photo Patrick Keogh|
Thank you very much for finding and taking a
photo of Patrick Keogh's grave,he was my uncle and
Godfather, my dads brother. It means alot to me
to have the photo.
Added by Mary Grech on Jun 07, 2015 11:28 PM
|Denise Kronberg Maine||Eva Hedvig Farnstrom Nilsson|
Thank you Bob for the cemetery picture for Eva. I was so excited when I saw the e-mail. I appreciate your work for Find A Grave! Denise
Added by Denise Kronberg Maine on Jun 04, 2015 8:57 AM
|Dragon Lady||David Parland|
Thank you for the photos and the additional information.
Added by Dragon Lady on May 29, 2015 11:31 AM
|Ash Montagu||Josef Deserta|
I entered his name in Google inside quotation marks and it pulled up a book on Google's book page but it was in German. There was some sort of information on him on one of the pages. There was also another site which I just now looked at of people killed by being beheaded. There was a picture of him.
Added by Ash Montagu on May 17, 2015 10:09 AM
Do you have any further information regarding the grave listing for Valentine Fassnacht.
I just recently found the grave information
Added by tfass on May 13, 2015 1:11 AM
|S. Walker||Beulah Rogers Anderson|
You are welcome BobP, glad to help with a photo request for you. I processed some F-A-G edits this weekend and realized one of them is on a HOWES memorial that you manage (check your 'Edit' tab). Small world; what a coincidence! Thanks, hope to cross paths again down the road....
Added by S. Walker on Apr 27, 2015 7:30 AM
|Martin Brynych||RE: help Josef Deserta|
thanks a lot, you are very kindly, I use your data for our project. We are looking for this for a long time. http://www.vets.cz/vpm/23020-pomnik-obetem-2-svetove-valky/#23020-pomnik-obetem-2-svetove-valky
Added by Martin Brynych on Apr 23, 2015 5:01 AM
|Martin Brynych||help Josef Deserta|
Hi, can we use this information and photo for our project. We need this information about Josef Deserta (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=92908288) for this page - http://www.vets.cz/vpm/18698-kenotaf-josef-deserta/#18698-kenotaf-josef-deserta
Thanks a lot
Added by Martin Brynych on Apr 23, 2015 3:33 AM
|Charlet Roskovics||Beulah Anderson|
Hi Bob, I've just received notice that you've sponsored Beulah Anderson's Find A Grave memorial. Would you like this memorial transferred to you? Cheers, Charlet
Added by Charlet Roskovics on Apr 19, 2015 2:01 PM
|MBG||RE: James Major obit|
It can get tricky with records and gravestones, can't it? It's not uncommon for gravestones to have incorrect dates. Some stones were erected years after someone died so dates came from someone's memory or perhaps records incorrectly written or no longer legible. Below is the link to the newspaper account of James Major's death. The year of the newspaper is 1910 so I believe his death year is actually 1910 not 1912. The paper reports he was 80 which would make his birth year 1830.
Here is link to online death reference which shows death year as 1910 and approximates birth year as 1830.
Hope this helps. I like reading old obits to learn about someone's life especially so long ago.
Added by MBG on Apr 14, 2015 6:03 PM
Thanks for the photo and the spelling correction.
Good thing it wasn't tentacles. :D
Added by ditdit on Apr 13, 2015 12:34 PM
Thank you yet again.
Added by ditdit on Apr 08, 2015 7:22 AM
Fantastic! I am in awe of your dedication!
Just wow. I am speechless.
Added by ditdit on Apr 08, 2015 6:58 AM
|Sylvia H.||RE: August Iffland grave photo|
thank you for your kind message.
I think you are right with the dates in the first line. The first word is really hard to read even you are as close as possible at the grave.
The first word could be "Erneuert" = renewed. Iffland died 200 years ago but the brickwall is not original, part of it isn´t older than 10 years. So i think the plate says that the grave was renewed from time to time (and this just because it´s a honory grave). But it only shows the dates during the royal time in germany. I´m pretty sure it was renewed several times especially after the first and second world war.
But maybe the cemetery administration office can help with this. I will send them a mail with our question.
Greetings from Berlin! :-)
Added by Sylvia H. on Mar 10, 2015 2:24 PM
|Kåre Olsson||Sophia Goransson Johnson|
Hi, my name is Kåre Olsson, and I found this person and is wondering if I found the right one.
"My" Sophia has father Karl Gustaf Göransson and mother Carolina Holmgren.
Sophia is born in Allegany but went back to sweden about 1875. She came back to USA 1888 but I can´t find her until now (I hope)
So, is this "my" Sophia?
Added by Kåre Olsson on Feb 20, 2015 4:12 PM
|C Branscome||Mount Auburn Cemetery Photos|
Thank you for the photos of the Chapins in the Mount Auburn Cemetery. They are appreciated greatly.
Added by C Branscome on Jan 29, 2015 12:32 PM