I have always loved cemeteries ever since I was a little girl. Where ever I go I try to find a cemetery to visit. I guess all the people on this site feel the same way, that's why here I am not so unusual. Now that I am married I have to try to get my husband to join me but I have not been so successful, I guess I will have to keep trying
Hello - I just 'found' your page for FERDINAND CHEVAL (died August 19, 1924) at http://m.atchuup.com/le-palais-ideal/ ... and am so excited! and grateful, that someone has memorialized this incredible artist at Find A Grave!
Now? Hopefully? you can rewrite your page, to comply with Find A Grave "famous" person requirements? as this person is DEFINITELY FAMOUS . . . but, unfortunately? too 'hidden' in history! Apparently, wikipedia has expanded info, and perhaps their info can be your guide? I sure hope so . . .
Baby Pyser Helaine - on the photo you took at Mount Hebron cemetery it looks like there's a date on the tombstone. Do you know what that date is? It looks like April 22 is the day, but I can't quite make out the year. Thanks, Donna
You've created memorials for Rabbis Menachem Mendel, and Shmuel Schneerson. The cemetery is said to be Lyubavichi Jewish Cemetery, located in Moscow, Moscow Federal City, Russian Federation. I believe that to be incorrect, and that the Rabbis were buried in the town of Lyubavichi located in the Rudnyansky District of Smolensk Oblast, Russia.
RE: Adam Johann Morr There is a picture of the cemetery on my great grandfather's page and under the picture is your name saying don't show pictures. I am confused as I am 94 and try to add all my family on this site. I would be happy if someone put a picture of gravestone on any of my family members. Thank you for your reply, sorry if you felt offended. Sincerely Mary.