|Ron Moody (#1041)|
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I have lived in the mid-west all my life and have been an x-ray technologist for over 35 years. I found the Find A Grave website back in 2000 while helping my daughter research a school project. At the time, the more I explored Find A Grave the more disappointed I became that some of the famous individuals that were posted did not have a personal photograph in addition to their gravesite displayed. In the process of trying to locate photos for Find A Grave I have learned a lot about many of the individuals that it has been my pleasure to honor. History has always been a passion for me and Find A Grave has helped satisfy my curiosity tremendously.|
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|Victor Dominguez Farias||I love your words|
Hello Ron. Indeed it's an excellent program. I use it very often.
|JackDRatt||What a Relief!|
Two important things, if you please:
1) Thank you for the exceptional entry on Mr. Peck. My grandson (who just loved TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD to the point where he cried when Tom Robinson was wrongfully convicted (and my grandson is only 7, and yet he completely understood the horrible injustice rendered against Tom Robinson and the entire negro race as a whole!), as well as when Scout uttered those unforgettable words near the end, "Hey, Boo!" after Atticus introduces her to Mr. Arthur Radley. I do not think anybody could have written a finer tribute to such a greater actor.
2) My grandson had to be comforted yet again when I had to show him your picture and all to convince him you are not Fagin. He has a slight problem understanding how more than one person can have the same name. You know how young people are with such things are: they tend to complex their simple minds. We were there ourselves.
Anyway, Mr. Moody, I myself am a Find-a-Grave contributor, and I have even found long, lost obscure cemeteries here in the Madison County (Anderson), Indiana, area, having earned me recognition with our local Cemetery Board. I personally call it "Grave Hopping", as it avails me time to myself to relax and unwind, relieving stress and tension, even though I am retired. My grandson says he wants to go with me, but he tends to get tired too fast with his life as it is. Perhaps next summer Grandpa will give him a trial run. This year, he is doing Pee Wee League baseball.
Thanks again, Sir, for such a great write-up on Mr. Peck. See you when the closing credits fade!
Jack D Reynolds, Anderson, IN
|Tati Andersson ||Stelios Kazantzidis|
I would like to suggest correction for the cemetery. Stelios was buried at First cemetery in Athens. I had created his memorial page few days back and than saw the one created by you.
Happy 4th of July to you and all Find a Grave enthusiasts!
Thank you and best regards,
|D. Montgomery||SANFORD. #6653191|
Hello. After working on bio of this Professor there really is quite a bit more bio info particularly in her role in women's advocasy...I do not understand why it is not possible to reach the "manager" who's record . Do you have any idea how to contact whoever is currently responsible for this?
Also where is this photo sourced?
I appreciate any info you might have on this. THANKS SO MUCH.
I noticed that the photo of Richard Ryder that you uploaded is not correct. I uploaded the right pictures.
Added by Emanuel on May 31, 2015 11:26 PM
|Tati Andersson ||Aleksander Bovin|
Good morning Ron,
May I suggest a correction for the cemetery Bovin was interned at? It is Troekurov cemetery. Not sure how to suggest the change through the Edit option.
Where did you find the image of JT Walsh?
|Al W||photo in memoriam for Sawyer Sweeten|
When the memoriam for Sawyer Sweeten first went up, the photo was with him with a silver colour jacket on. As I understand from other photos posted, that is Sawyer Sweeten
Today, the photo in his memoriam has been switched to who I understand to be his brother Sullivan (in a black jacket). I noticed other photos on the internet interchange them as well. Confusing...especially when they are identical twins.
Added by Al W on May 12, 2015 10:04 AM
|Moe||Paul Pender d. 2003|
Paul Pender is reported to be buried at St. Joseph Cemetery in West Roxbury. My parents and several aunts, uncles, and cousins are also buried there.
However the staff at this cemetery are not just hostile to volunteers but to anyone who asks for information. Recent encounters indicate they are passing out false information if they know you are volunteering for Find a Grave. There new policy is to charge $10 to give the location and another $10 for a map showing where the lots are because there are very few visible lot markers.
Anyone in the Boston area over 60 knows Paul Pender just by the name. The staff at St. Joseph's says they have no record of him. I checked with Mt. Benedict across the street and they were helpful in checking their records and some of the nearby cemeteries but without any luck. Unless you have a death notice or record, I will check out Paul's death record at the Mass. Vital Records office. That should at least tell who the funeral director was and if so, I will find out where he is buried. I know some cemeteries have private burials and even the staff does not the information. This is not the case with St. Joseph.
If you have concrete proof he was buried in St. Joseph, I would appreciate knowing the funeral director so I can request the location.
Added by Moe on Apr 24, 2015 3:00 PM
|Louis M.||Celebrity photos|
Thanks so much for posting some very cool pictures on some of the 'famous' memorials I have created. They really enhance the page.
Keep up the great work!
Added by Louis M. on Apr 23, 2015 10:46 PM
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