|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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under William Kazupski, Chicago
Mount Greenwood Cemetery offers the following service for $3.00 per person:
Record gives age, cause, place of death, next of kin, funeral home and location.
PHONE: 773 233-0136
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|ZenCity||Charles Waterhouse Photo|
Thank you so much for volunteering your time to help us all out. It's great to see the marker for Charles, it helps verify the veracity of our information and helps us all make a better connection to the past.
Added by ZenCity on Aug 22, 2014 3:13 PM
Thanks so much for the photos
Added by kck on Aug 21, 2014 2:11 PM
|Jennifer Peters||Kelly graves|
Thank you so much for the picture of Grace Kelly and Earl Kelly. I didn't even know they were buried together.
Thank you so much. I always thought it was odd that she was separate from her husband.
|seedsofcuriousity||Daniel & Gertrude Lynch|
|dingwall||James Hanley grave photo|
Thank you for your time and consideration in taking the photo of James Hanley's grave location. I truly appreciate your consideration!
Added by dingwall on Aug 15, 2014 10:22 AM
|Annie Gegan||RE: Cannon at Mt Greenwood|
Thanks for the photo! I'll show my mom tomorrow and ask her if it is like the one she remembers from so long ago (we're talking almost 80 years!) She's really delighted to see all the pictures you are posting, and for that I thank you with all my heart!
|Annie Gegan||RE: Mount Greenwood grave sites|
I think she wants to save them in case a niece or nephew wants to use them in the future...We've owned the sites for about 50 years - I'll keep your offer in mind, just in case. My mom remembers how the family would picnic at the cemetery since the 1930s, after her grandfather and little brother died. She said there used to be old cannons at the cemetery that the kids would climb on, but are no longer there.
|Joan Carlson||glover headstones|
Thanks very much for all of the Glover headstones! Now I have all but one of the siblings, so that's great.
|Annie Gegan||RE: Monroe Sherman|
No one named "Monroe Sherman" in our family....interesting that he was nearby. The "Sherman" family in our family are actually all Schirrmachers. Again, I can't thank you enough for posting all the photos, especially for my mom - who at age 84 really wanted to see them all once more. We have four plots near my grandparents (Charles and Dorothy), but when my dad died last year, my mom changed her mind and decided they'd be buried in California (she thought no one would go visit the graves - too far away).
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