|Jim Craig (#46551563)|
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Remember - there is a story under every tombstone. I am working to see that these people are not forgotten.|
As one of my fellow gravers put it: "Eat, Sleep, Genealogy, Find A Grave".
NOTE: I give my blanket permission for any of the photographs I have taken on Find A Grave to be used for any non-commercial purpose.
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|Kay Marshall||More Shoffmans in Westlawn|
Hi Jim, Thanks for the transfers of the Weinbergs. If you are in Westlawn at some point, I believe Geraldine Weinberg Shoffman's inlaws are in Westlawn--Harry Shoffman D. 31 Jan 1940 and Dora Shoffman, death date unknown. I doubt they are near the Weinbergs.
I will be out of pocket for the next ten days or so but thanks in advance if you find them.
Best regards, Kay Marshall
Thank You for the Great Pictures.
|Kay Marshall||Weinbergs in Westlawn|
Hi Jim, Thanks so much! This is more than we have found in two years of searching! Yes, if you wouldn't mind, I would like them transferred to me. I live in Texas and if you have any relatives in Texas or Oklahoma, I would happily reciprocate.
Best regards, Kay
|Kay Marshall||RE: Photo of Stanley S Weinberg's stone|
Hi Jim, Wow! I didn't know he had a brother Simon. I only know of siblings Ruth, Sidney, Jerome, Geraldine (who I think married a Shoffman), Bernice and Raymond. His mother's name was Gertrude so if she is there, I would like to know. His sister Ethel is in Waldheim as is his father Leo. I would much appreciate any photos you would be willing to take. Thanks again. Kay marshall
|Kay Marshall||Photo of Stanley S Weinberg's stone|
Thanks for adding the photo of Stanley S Weinberg's stone. This adds a piece to our family's Weinberg puzzle. We appreciate your efforts.
Best regards, Kay Marshall
I wont to Thank You for all The great Picture you took.
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Oldhams at Acacia Park Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos. I particularly appreciated the panoramic photo of the lot showing where the missing headstones should be. Thanks again.
|AZEXPLORER||About James Blaney's cemetery location|
You sent me an edit about James Blaney.
You said "According to his obituary from the Chicago Daily Tribune of Dec 14, 1874 he is buried at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago"
I tried to find the cemetery... but there were several with that name. Can you find the one on Find A Grave that corresponds to the one you say his obit says he is buried in and I will add it to his memorial. But, right now, I cannot figure out which one you want me to connect him to.
Do you have the bio? Can you send it to me? If yes, then I can send you and email and you can reply to me.
|Lisa Bailey||Father Paul Ponziglione|
#113534850 I have sent a couple of edits for him. And yes, his middle name was Mary. That's not a typo. 67 of his missions were in Kansas, including Osage Mission near Chanute.
Thanks Jim for taking a photo of Max and Edward Liebow's stones. Much appreciated!
Added by Genefan on Oct 13, 2014 4:29 PM
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