|Connie Nisinger (#74)|
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Well, it all started with a tour of Hollywood in a hearse! After visiting numerous celebrity-related sites, the driver gave out maps of two Hollywood cemeteries and I was hooked! In addition to visiting celebrity graves, my real interest lies with British royalty, both dead and alive. I have photographed many members of the current royal family as well as many royal gravesites. My most unusual grave photos are the headstones of Queen Elizabeth's dogs. Find A Grave has provided me with an excellent opportunity to share my photos with others via the internet. I have met countless people as a result, and look forward to meeting many more!|
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|Ann Gordon||RE: Arthur Phillip|
From Find AGrave website....
"Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information from around the world as a virtual cemetery experience."
I don't think the memorial in Bath Abbey really fits this description.
|Ann Gordon||RE: Arthur Phillip|
I thought this website was for graves. I don't think just leaving that note under the photo is sufficient not to mislead people.
Maybe you could make this clear in the description.
Anyway, glad you are interested in the most important figure in our history.
|Ann Gordon||Arthur Phillip|
Your entry for Arthur Phillip is inaccurate.
He is not buried in Bath Abbey.
There is another entry for him on Find A Grave which is correct.
Maybe you could delete yours.
|Richard Lowe||Prisoners of War Massacre Victims, Jefferson Bks. Natl. Cem.|
My Compliments and my respect to you for doing your part to help educate us of the brave, valiant reluctant unsung hero's who now rest forever together. Once they walked among us just to be brutally butchered without dignity by monsters without honor.
|Barbara Wilson Krause||Margaret A. Oram, John Oram, Carrie E. Gray and Jessie C. Gray tombstone photo's|
Connie, Thank you for your most kind deed in taking the tombsbone photo's for John Oram, his wife Margaret A. Carson (maiden) Oram, Carrie E. Gray and Jessie C. Gray in the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Your kindness so very much appreciated. Thanks for also taking the photo of their Family plot.
|Karen Armfield||HW Armfield|
Thank You for your efforts!
|Judy Zarlengo||Anna and John Baker|
My name is Judy Zarlengo and I am 78. I would like to find my Great Grandparents Jno (John) Baker 1863-1926 died in Alton,Madison, Illinois. Anna Mary (Immer) Baker March 1861-1945 also died in ALton,Madison,Illinois. They were married 46 years. Their children were Charley, Grace (my Grandmother),Agnes, Theresa and Archie Baker. I found a John Baker and Anna Baker in Alton Cemetery. Her middle initial was not right. Can you help me? I have looked everywhere for them. IA m not very good with the computer but I am learning the hard way. I have gone through all the interments. Any help you can give me would greatly appreciated. I would like to visit their graves before I leave this world. Most Sincerely Judy email@example.com
|Mary Jo ||Frank H. Carpenter|
THANK YOU SO MUCH, CONNIE! This makes the family complete. I do so appreciate this. Thank you for the lovely photos again. This is just super!
Added by Mary Jo on Jun 24, 2015 5:39 PM
|Wayne Officer||Washington D Rutledge 1826-1909.|
Connie, thank you very much for the site photo for Washington D Rutledge. Most people would have just said they could not find a marker or headstone and not entered a picture. Thank you very much for the photo. At least everyone will know where Washington is at rest. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|Mary Jo ||Ida, Roy, Robert Britton, & Edna Waldron|
Thank you so very much for all of these photos! It is so nice of you to do this for all of us. I really appreciate everything.
Added by Mary Jo on Jun 13, 2015 4:05 PM
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