|William Kazupski (#47113700)|
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Hello: My name is Bill Kazupski and I am a resident of the City of Chicago. I live on the far south side of Chicago, blocks from a few of the south and southwest Chicago suburbs.|
I come from a family of Chicago police officers. My father spent over 30 years with the force and both my brothers and I am currently a Chicago police homicide detective and have been with the Chicago police department for over 25 years. My mother is a nurse and my one sister works for Loyola Hospital.
I enjoy being a volunteer with Find-A-Grave because it allows me to get my walking exercise in while helping others. Kind of killing two birds with one stone as they say.
The following cemeteries are within walking distance from my residence:
Chapel Hill Gardens (South)
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
First Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Burr Oaks - Due to this cemetery digging up burial plots and dumping the coffins and bodies, this cemetery is the focus of national media and news outlets. It is a historical black cemetery operated by African Americans. It is currently shut down to the public as the criminal investigation is in progress. (Update: This cemetery has re-opened under new management)
Feel free to e-mail with any requests for these cemeteries.
Good Luck To All!
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|Thomas Clark||Joseph T. Giunta|
I can't thank you enough for the picture. This is the grandfather of one of my students who has been doing alot of research on him.
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Ruth king|
Thank you for your prompt response to my request. Have a good day.
|s blake||RE: Mt Greenwood Charles Gnass|
I greatly appreciate your quick response. The photos are now correct! Thank you for ALL of your community services. Keep up the excellent work and be safe! S Blake
Added by s blake on Apr 19, 2015 3:56 PM
|s blake||Mt Greenwood Charles Gnass|
Thank you for the time you spend taking headstone photos of our ancestors' final resting places. There are 2 Charles Gnass in Mt Greenwood. Both memorials in find a grave were merged into one, and both headstone photos are now on the same memorial page. I am hoping that you can move the single headstone photo with the dates 1863-1933 from Charles F. William Gnass mem #112376548 to Charles Gnass mem #145228432. I thank you in advance for your time in helping me correct the 2 Charles Gnass. S Blake
Added by s blake on Apr 19, 2015 12:29 PM
|Tom Jennings||Thomas Joseph Walsh Photo|
Thank you, once more, for some great photos that have "moved the chains" in our family tree research.
|Michael Klaw||Frank Gasiorowski|
Thank you for taking time out of your day to take a picture of my 2nd Great-Grandfather's grave.
|Michael Klaw||Mary Swiderski Gasiorowski|
Thank you for taking the time to take a picture of my 2nd Great-Grandmother.
Thank you so much for the picture. I appreciate your time. Peggy
Added by Peggy on Apr 15, 2015 9:24 AM
|Tom Jennings||McGuinn Photo|
Many thanks for your kindness.
|dwlee3||Thanks for Theresa Conlin's photo|
Thank you Officer Kazupski for the photo of Theresa Conlin's grave.
You found it at Section 19, Lot 194. You posted a great photo, photoshopped with a list on the side.
By chance, is her husband George Mathew Conlin, d. 1965 buried near her at Mt. Olivet? (He was not included in the list.)
Thank so much for serving in this way!
Added by dwlee3 on Apr 14, 2015 3:58 PM
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