|Charlie Jamison (#46567682)|
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You don't know what "FUN" is until you've owned your own Hearse! It's the only way to cruise for graves!(Update - I have since sold my Hearse. It was alot of fun while I had it and I hope one day I own another) "Never complain about getting old, so many people are denied that pleasure"|
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|cathie nelson||herbert louis brown|
I was wondering if you are related or knew Herbert. I was told his grandfather lewis brown was my 2x great grandfather's brother. but I have no evidence. my 2xgreat grandfather was joseph c braun from gross point /Wilmette, il
|Jeannette ||Schmitt, LeBrecht and Creeger|
Schmitt, LeBrecht and Creeger
Looking for a Joseph & Charlotte Schmitt and Julia Creeger LeBrecht in Kings County Brooklyn NY
All deaths were prior to 1950
|PLank||RE: John H. Jamison|
You are most welcome, Charlie. Thank you for your work adding other memorials to Find A Grave. It is delightful to find 'lost' relatives on this website. If you would like for me to do a bit of 'polishing' on two other posted pictures of your grandfather, let me know. I would be happy to do what I can to improve them.
Added by PLank on Dec 16, 2014 4:38 PM
What a quick response. Thank You for taking the photo of her headstone for me. It is greatly appreciated. I love the fact you owned a hearse. That would be so fun! :-) Thanks again. Cindy
|christina (Wagner) Mathis||Edward Peter Wagner|
When I say the photo I was thrilled. I can't thank you enough!
This is my grandfather. He had a stellar boxing career in the 1920's.
He was known as Eddie Kid Wagner.
I had someone insist he passed in 1962 and was jewish. Even with my mother's name on internment military papers.
Charlie, again I am deeply touched.
Christina Wagner Mathis
Sorry for taking so long to thank you for the picture of the Suckling stone. Parman was his daughters married name. The picture is much appreciated!!
|J.R. Richardson||Angelina Piccininni|
Hey Charlie, Love Your Ride (The Last One)
Too bad you got rid of it. Anyway,I was pulling up a person in one of my Virtual Cemeteries and at the top it always has a person that Find A Grave is Honoring.And a lot of times I will click on them and check them out.This time it had one you have created, Angelina Picininni's picture of her sitting on Santa Clause's lap (cute pic). I started looking at the pics on the memorial page,the third one down,I clicked on and wondered if "Lena" had a memorial page.I looked to the left,same page,clicked on "Piccininni's same cemetery,she didn't have one,so I made one.Just wanted you to know,because someone may have looked for her before and didn't find her.Everyone needs to be honored.Wondering what relation she is to Frank or Angelina.I Live in Las Vegas and also Graving.Please reply.
Your Friend in the Family of Find A Grave,"J.R."
I love the pictures of your grandfather // thanks for sharing them with us //
|M & K Fine||Sylvia Likens Photo|
Hello, you took a photo of the Sylvia Likens Memorial. A black stone with her photo on it. Can you tell me where this stone is located. Thanks for your time, GOD Bless, Marcus
|Dorothy Sparks||Jamison family|
HI! I am working on the Sparks family tree. My great great grandpa, Calvin Sparks, is buried in Sparks cemetery in Nebraska.
One of the tombstone in this cemetery says, 'Jane Jamison, birthdate is January 2, 1824. She died on May 12, 1906.' I have no idea where her husband, Jackson Fry Jamison is. She moved to Gage county, Nebraska to be with her daughter, Zephorah who married Joseph H. Sparks.
Zephorah and Joseph are buried in Wallace, Nebr.
I wonder is Jane Jamison your great grandma?
She had three children. (James, John and Zephorah)
I just want to inform the Jamison family about Jane Jamison's burial place.
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