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MemoryKeeper (#47696826)
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Bio Photo If I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.

Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way! I hope in small part I have been able to return the kindness.

Well Winter 2014/15 is upon us so I will not be graving until the spring unless we have exceptionally warm whether!


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Bob Collins
RE: Blackwoods, Millingtons etc
Done. I've updated the captions to include the Bennetts.
Added by Bob Collins on Feb 08, 2015 8:31 AM
Irma
RE: Hustace/Blackwood
Hi-I did modify Lucretia's bio, I hope its ok. I had done some research on the Blackwoods-their mother is Emma Blackwood, and her maiden name was sort of like "Viele", and various spellings, if you look at the census records. I couldn't really figure out the spelling, and the spelling in the NY 1855 was the most legible. My guess about the relationship is that the Blackwood boys may have been indentured to the Hustaces, living with them while they learn a trade, which was the case with a lot of kids. The link between the two families is unknown to me tho. I'm sure you know that they are both buried in the Green Wood cem in Brooklyn, a massive cem. I've been there, its a gorgous cem! Thanks for all the transfers! That was nice of you, I appreciate it. Cedar Grove cem is an ongoing project for me, my goal is to put everyone in the cem into findagrave, I've been hacking away at it for about three years now. Irma
Added by Irma on Feb 08, 2015 6:17 AM
Haberuvi
RE: The Olesens
You're very welcome. I created a memorial for Tory. Would you like me to transfer that to you?
Added by Haberuvi on Jan 31, 2015 8:35 PM
Teri S
My dad
Thank you for your loving message. My purest and best wishes for the happiest New Year and all it can bless you with.
Added by Teri S on Dec 26, 2014 8:32 PM
Judy Richards
RE: Dolinskis
You are very welcome.

Judy
Added by Judy Richards on Nov 20, 2014 3:57 PM
B.J. Waters
Arthur Crouch
Thanks for the info!

-B.J.
Added by B.J. Waters on Nov 04, 2014 2:25 PM
Hal Stewart
RE: Clarence Berry
you are very welcome glad to be of service
Added by Hal Stewart on Sep 25, 2014 4:31 PM
Tina
Irene Wiebold
Thank you for your help in Nassau Knolls. Irene should have had a marker with Richard.
Added by Tina on Sep 22, 2014 3:02 PM
cvines.1018
Re: James D. Hunt
I am the granddaughter of James Hunt and my mom and I are trying to find any information on her father that we can. She was very young when he became a presumed POW. Thanks!
Added by cvines.1018 on Aug 18, 2014 3:48 AM
David Smith
RE: Smiths in Nassau Knolls
Hi

Thanks for photographing them.

I kept forgetting to bring the lot number with me and couldn't find them without it.

I'll have to add Charlotte and figure out who were Sharon's parents.

Dave Smith
Added by David Smith on Aug 09, 2014 1:50 PM
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