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A cemetery is open book of history. Especially old ones. I travel a lot and in every town where I go I visit a cemetery. Thanks to FAG and this virtual cemetery I can pay my respect and leave flowers for some persons I never dream that I could do.|
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|Diana Somewhere Over The Rainbow||Vicentic Ljubovija|
Hi Jelena, do you ever visit Ljubovija? I have grandparents buried there who I never got to meet and would love to find someone who could find them and take pictures for me.
Thank you, Jelena.
FYI, in case you wish to link them, his third wife was Magda Lupescu (Memorial# 6902832). I cannot find a memorial for his first wife, Zizi Lambrino.
Added by Erin on Mar 28, 2014 11:35 AM
|Thomas Haas||Franz Liszt|
I just created the record of Franz Liszt mother Anna Maria Liszt #118091031. Now a family link is possible, by I cant set it.
|Nymph Kellerman||Thank you!|
Thank you Jelena for creating such a fine virtual grave for Maxim Gorky. His work touches me deeply and mow I can visit his "grave" and leave a flower often....
|danitza cadarette||elena queen of italy|
do you know where she is buried. i would be very interested in knowing. thank you
|Thucydides||Josef Planinc/Mirogoj Cemetery|
Would you be willing to visit Mirogoj Cemetery to take a photo of a grave for me? I am looking for the grave of Joseph/Josef Planinc, who was a brother of my great-uncle Franc. I have a memorial for Joseph (98992636). If you are close to the cemetery and would not mind taking the time to find his grave, I would be most grateful for a photo of the marker if it still exists.
Drago mi je da sam naisao na jednog takvog ljubitelja Hermana Hesea i njegovih dela.
|Rik Van Beveren||franz liszt bio|
Just to let you know i have made a virtual cemetery of Franz Liszt family
|Joel Hurley||Von Schiller|
I understand that recently as this week, DNA tests showed that the skulls that are in that tomb, is not Von Schiller. One of the German Historians believed that his body when it supposedly was reinterred at the present cemetary,was not removed in the 1820's as stated by their history books. Thought you would enjoy that little bit of trivia.
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