|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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|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
|Robert E Rommel||Thanks|
Thank you, Jim, for photographing and posting the photo of the marker for Lillian Meyers at Waldheim Jewish Cemetery. Your effort is greatly appreciated.
|Debra R||RE: Bessie and Jacob Rosenzweig|
Hi Jim: Thanks so much for your reply! I was given only the following information: Gate 37, Lot 2438, Bessie (who died in 1950) is in Row 43, Grave 4 and her husband, Jacob, is in Row 38, Grave 1. I'm not sure I understand your reply--but I know you frequent the cemetery and I am happy to call the office again on Monday to make sure I have the correct locations; it's certainly possible that I erred in my note-taking.
Added by Debra R on Oct 04, 2014 10:35 PM
|Debra R||Bessie and Jacob Rosenzweig|
Jim: I want to first thank you for getting to the Waldheim cemetery to find the Rosenzweigs. But, perhaps I am misunderstanding your photograph and information as to the location of their graves. If you mean they are buried just below the small walkway next or close to each other--that confuses me--because Bessie is buried in Row 43, grave 4 whereas Jacob is buried in Row 38, grave 1. It doesn't look like there are five rows below the walkway? Could you please reply?
Added by Debra R on Oct 04, 2014 8:18 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Charles & Mary Hopkinson, Rosehill|
Thanks for beautiful photos on the above sites. I appreciate your visiting and photographing the final resting place of my relatives. Richard
|bhd||RE: Albert Fox @ Acacia Park|
Hmmm... I Have been visiting Acacia in the last few weeks and have just been taking pictures and adding them. When I added the photo I didn't get the screen that it goes to when you add a picture that had been requested, so I didn't know it had been requested. It was just a "fluke" that it had been requested.
When I search for existing memorials that I have a picture for, I don't check to see if there is a request out there first.
Added by bhd on Sep 27, 2014 5:16 PM
|aefgen||Thanks for Photo|
Thank you so much for your quick response to my request for photo of Israel Silverman's gravestone in Waldheim cemetery. I very much appreciate your help.
Added by aefgen on Sep 22, 2014 7:57 AM
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