|Eileen McN (#46782320)|
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If possible, I would grateful if you could leave a flower at my cousin Edwin Neely who was killed at Normandy as part of the D - Day invasion so that he is remembered. |
Find A Grave Memorial# 56648174
It would be a lot to me. It took me awhile to find him.
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|Marie||Cassie and Parke Nelson|
I want to thank you for photographing Cassie and Parke Nelson's memorials at North East Cemetery and adding them to the Find a Grave web site. I truly owe you a debt of gratitude for your efforts on this. Also thank you for creating a memorial for her husband Parke Nelson and linking them.
Very respectfully, Marie
Added by Marie on Apr 14, 2014 10:53 AM
|Rich Vance||RE: Marvin Caldwell|
I transferred his memorial to you. It couldn't be in better hands. ^_^
I plan to be in North East for a few weeks in June.
Perhaps we could team up to photograph more Veteran's markers?
|Rich Vance||Re: Marvin A. Caldwell, North East Cemetery|
The date of death I had was from a PA Veterans burial card which could be in error. I prefer "boots on the ground" transcriptions. ^_^
I'm not related in any way, so if you want to post your photos to my memorial# 123509036 and delete yours, I'll transfer mine to you for management.
Take care and God bless,
|glenda||RE: delbert and ruth beerbower|
Thank you - they are wonderful!
Added by glenda on Apr 06, 2014 12:27 PM
|Donna Gagnon||Rohring headstone|
Hi, Eileen. I can't thank you enough for getting a photo of my great grandparents' headstone (John & Bertha Rohring).
Thanks for leaving a note for my cousin Albert!
|Rich Vance||Re: Caldwells in North East|
Thanks for sending me Marvin's mother Margaret's memorial#.
I see you added his father William too.
Linked to both. ^_^
|Cullen Farrell||RE: Sister Laverty|
Are you related to Sister Laverty? She was my Great Aunt, sister to my Grandma Rita Laverty Farrell.
To find obituaries, all you need is the death date, then simply access Google's Post Gazette or Pgh PRess newspaper sites. I will enclose the link for you.
Those links allow you to view any newspaper ever printed from those two papers. It takes a while to zoom in and out over the Obit pages, but given time and dedication, one can find tons of family member obits if one is willing to spend the time searching.
|Karen Schall||RE: Wow! Thanks!|
Edward's pictures are now posted. I was so happy to have found this headstone for you. On this day it was very cold and windy. I drove slowly through the cemetery hoping for a miracle: to find it without having to get out of my warm car! I stopped driving, closed my eyes, and said "wouldn't it be great if I could just open my eyes and see it?" I opened my eyes, looked to my right, and there it was! Right beside me! And such a beautiful stone. Anyway, I'm glad you wrote to me because I wanted you to know about my little cemetery adventure with Bridget and Edward! :-)
|Gail Patterson||St. Mary's Cemetery, Mt. Troy Road|
Just read your latest message to my husband (check out my new person sign-on to Find-A-Grave) and I have little doubt that babies were left for the caretakers to bury. In the late 1890s infants died so frequently from disease that I'm sure their families were overwhelmed with the cost of burial. Fortunately, the TRAUTMANs and NICKELs (primary relatives in this cemetery) had enough $$ for burial, I guess. They even had gravestones, which was a luxury for many.
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