|Historical Passion (#46844712)|
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I've been a wife for 35 years and a mother of 2 remarkable young people. While I have been a nurse for more than 40 years, part of my life's dream was to be a history teacher. I love the things I can learn with finding graves, especially, when I am able to learn of the accomplishments of those people whose graves I photograph.
If there are any additions or corrections to be added to a memorial I have entered, please let me know.
Also, if I have created a memorial for your loved one that you wish not have included on this website, contact me and I will delete it.
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|J. Fenn- Lawson||Wilson Scoville#2547446|
Private Wilson Scoville mustered in with the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment Company B on December 29 1863. He was wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbor Virginia June 1 1864. At the time of his death he was 45 years old. This information is from the book The Story of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment by Richard W Smith. Thank you for maintaining the memorial. JIM LAWSON
|John Sheets||Add parents|
Hi, Would you please add father: John R. Sheets # 92064357, and mother; Ida May Scudder # 92064933. This will help others looking for the past.
Thank You John Sheets
|Joan Pacitti||My brother Ben's stone|
Hi: You had downloaded(?) my brother Benjamin R. O'Toole Jr.'s stone some time ago and I do appreciate it. I remember letting you know that.
I wanted to tell you that his new stone is also shown. I would really like to leave yours up also. You can see the difference.
I didn't download his new stone. I'm not that proficient. One of my other friends did it from a photo she has.
Wow...what a beautiful picture of the stone of Vincent Aloysius Carney at Beverly National. The bird perfectly pose on his stone is stunning.
|Cynthia Cope Ryan||Arnoldi Family memorial|
To Whom It may concern, David John Arnoldi # 15470200 is my great - grandfather, his wife Jacoba Van Kruiningen Arnoldi my great - grandmother # 1547029 and David W. there son # 15470428. I notice that you have done memorials for them which is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time, effort and hard work. I've add some pictures of my family to this site. At this time I would like to ask if these memorials could be transfered to me so that I could add all vital information for future generations. Thank you very much
Cynthia Cope Ryan member # 47850835
|Rick Richards||Find A Grave Transfer Request|
I've noticed that you have created 2 of the 7 Donaldson family members buried in the Morrisville Cemetery in Morrisville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. These 7 graves are an aunt and uncle and cousins of mine that I would like to take over the management of.
The 2 graves that that I'm requesting member transfer ship are:
Memorial # Name
19177874 Isabella Kane Donaldson
19177906 John K. Donaldson Jr.
I have requested transfer ship of the other 5 graves from the person that created them so that I can manage all 7 graves.
My Find A Grave membership number is # 48354316.
Would you be willing to transfer them to me?
Is you personal email account(GraveCKing@aol.com) working? I tried to send you a personal email.
|John L. Nelson||RE: Photo's|
HI, I just wanted to take a moment and tell you how wonderful your pictures are. I'm not sure how you make them look the way you do. But they are great! Thanks, John L. Nelson
Hi, tried em U but UR em was rejected. Just wanted to thank you for posting a cross pic for my great grandfather. I was wondering if you visit Holy Redeemer cem on Frankford Ave often. if so, could you please photograph a few others for me, I would appreciate it. Anyone with the surname of Cranston, or Ewald..they are all related to me. Robert & Anne Cranston were my gr gr grandparents. I know Peter was married to their daughter Elizabeth (Eliza) Cranston Ewald.
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated..
thanks a bunch in advance
Added by Oz on Apr 20, 2014 12:07 PM
|Gwen and Bob||Photo permission|
Would you mind if I used your photo of the First Presbyterian Church of Ewing on my ancestry.com family tree? Thanks for your consideration. Gwen
|Joan Pacitti||Benjamin Raymond O'Toole's gravestone photo|
Hi: Some time ago you kindly added a gravestone photo of my brother Benjamin Raymond O'Toole, Jr.'s gravestone on my memorial of him.
I wanted to tell you that since that photo was taken, unfortunately, there was damage done to the stone. Part of his birth year was "nicked" to the point where the 1 in 1931 was almost impossible to read.
I contacted the managers of the cemetery and asked if I could have another grave stone put him. The stone was rough also. Some were and some weren't. Well, since the stone was from a historic period, World War II, they weren't sure if they could replace it. They did replace it and now there's a new nice stone there. We took a photo of it, but can't seem to get it onto the computer. We will eventually. I'll let you know when we do. I would like you to keep yours there even when we put the new one up.
I just wanted to let you know.
Joan O'Toole Pacitti
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