|The Bishop (#47071715)|
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|I have alway taken pictures of grave stones now, I have some where to put them.I think it is important to find your past and appreciate the present.~~ Find your history!|
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|LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMITH||ALBERT HENRY "SONNY" BISHOP|
ARE YOU RELATED TO SONNY, WHO MARRIED MY COUSIN ALTHEA "KITTY" SHAYNE LINDA
|Zsunna||Late interest in light of a vision|
Hello, my question to you, you were close friends with Antal Kula, you photographed his grave in 2009?
I'm sorry, I can not English well, I would be happy to answer, thanks you, Zsunna
Added by Zsunna on May 31, 2012 11:36 AM
|Leslie W.||Fritz Abegg stone|
Hi there! I was asked by Fritz Abegg's grandson Karl, my stepfather, if I could contact the person (you!) who took the close-up pictures of the individual plaques that are set into the memorial for Fritz (who we originally had listed as Friedrich, but he was not ever a Friedrich apparently). Specifically, Karl is really interested in the Boy Scout emblem set into the middle, because his father Klaus, one of Fritz's sons, created the clay original from which that plaque was eventually created. Do you happen to already have one of that specific plaque? Thank you so much for checking!!
|Judy Banks||THANK YOU|
Thank you for the posted photos of my Panyko, Podich and Previte relatives' headstones.
|Joseph Colosi||joseph & vera Previte|
I would like permission to copy the pictures to my ancestry file with a notation of your name and find a grave. Joeph wasmy mom's first cousin..
|Jeff C||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo of Mollie Heller. The picture came out great. Our family is very appreciative. Happy New Year!
Added by Jeff C on Jan 01, 2010 4:15 PM
|Sharon Klein||Belinsky graves|
Thank you very much for the photos of the Belinsky grave.
|Peter Trainer||Thank you|
Many thanks for the photo of my grandfather's gravestone, Bishop. My sisters and I were there the day he was buried, but because we live so far away, none of us ever saw the gravestone until now. Seeing it does feel a little like visiting him, the only grandfather we ever knew. I very much appreciate that you made the effort to do this for my family.
|James Fedor||Thank you|
... for photographing the grave of my dear aunt and uncle at Our Lady of Hungary Cemetery.
I can express my gratitude to you for your kindness in photographing my beloved brother's grave.
I am no longer able to travel and you have now made it possible for me to visit with him.
My deepest and heartfelt thanks.
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