|Ron Meyers (#47834008)|
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I came to this site for the purpose of conducting family research and organizing this research into a grand memorial to honor my family. It was intended to be something that succeeding generations can come to learn about their ancestral past. It is my gift to my family. |
I have extended the focus of the memorials I create to include friends, family, and people with whom I am somehow connected. Along the way I will create memorials for others and upload photos to memorials as well, especially for veterans and those trying to do their own family research. Hopefully I may be of some help to someone. If I create such a memorial and you, as a family member, make a request for a transfer I will gladly transfer the memorial to your care no questions asked. I hate those anal jerks who refuse to transfer out of guidelines. After all, it's your family. You should be the one to determine how that person is memorialized and remembered. I will not transfer a memorial for any of my family members however. I will likewise not permit anyone other than other family members to use any of my family photos or download same. If I download a photo for you to one of your memorials feel free to use your photo any way you wish.
I live a few blocks from Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City. I enjoy fulfilling photo requests for this cemetery, and often scan Find A Grave for memorials for persons buried in HNC that don't have grave marker photos. If you have a special photo request for this cemetery just let me know.
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|Kathy Farrell||Meyers Family|
Ron: I was just reading your family memorials and noticed that your father and Rose lived on Michigan Avenue in Port Monmouth. My parents owned their home on York Avenue -- one street over. Small world!!!
|Kathy Farrell||Somers Grave -- Holy Name Cemetery|
Ron--thanks for this photo. Sorry there is no marker, but the grass looks fantastic. Thanks for putting the blue pen there -- gives some perspective.
|Military History Research||Geary Family|
Thank you for the gravesite photos.
|debi wilkerson||annie dougherty dille|
thank you so much for taken time out of your day to take a picture for me..
|m hendriksen||RE: photos|
You're very welcome ! Still slowly working my way thru the requests. Have a great day. Martha
|Stephen Lignowski||PFC Frank Caruso|
I noticed while I was taking the photo of Frank's marker, that in the next plot was a stone marked with the names of Michael Caruso(1923-1978), and Nicholas Caruso(1928-2003). Many times family members purchase plots near to one another. If you are interested in these two people, let me know and I'll e-mail you the photos I took of their marker. Alternatively, you could create memorials for them, and I would be glad to attach them for you.
|m hendriksen||RE: Castagna|
Happy Easter to you and yours ! Snow is finally gone and back to search and photograph. Glad to add to your family tree ! Martha
|m hendriksen||RE: pics|
You're very welcome. Slowly but surely they will all get done !
|Geraldine Winters||RE: John DuPont|
Hi Ron, Thank you I think that is a different John
|Kathy Farrell||Timothy Kane Duplicate|
Okay, I clicked "Delete". Find-a-grave will review. Hope it works. Thanks for your patience.
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