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Adding memorials and photos are wonderful ways to commemorate the lives of individuals and preserve the histories of communities. |
If you are related to a person in a memorial I have created and the person is not related to me (or not more closely related to me), I am always happy to transfer management of the memorial.
While I strive to be as accurate as possible, if you spot any error in my submissions, or would like to suggest additional information, please use the edit option to report it to me.
Always happy to help others by photographing graves in nearby Queens, NY cemeteries (Lutheran All Faiths, Mount Olivet), but please provide the complete grave/plot information. These cemeteries are very, very large, with hundreds of thousands of burials and miles of roads. It is almost impossible to locate graves without specific plot information.
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|Patty - Florida||Lillie Redlich|
Thank you for visiting the site where Lillie and two other Redlich infants where buried. After being buried over 120 years ago, we know it's not always possible to find a headstone! Again, thank you! Patty R.
|Bob||Voelker Grave Sites|
Thank you for visiting the Voelker grave sites and taking the photos. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Bob on Jul 19, 2014 10:30 PM
|David McInturff||Otto Nesmith # 49296051|
You requested photos of this veteran's grave. This memorial is a duplicate of # 28863091, which is where I posted my photos.
Thanks for taking the photo of the Gebhardt grave in All Faiths Lutheran cemetery. I appreciate that you took the time to take the photo for our family.
Added by Kerry on Jul 14, 2014 5:13 PM
|Everett Seamans||RE: Alice Seamans Andreae Hodgson|
Thank you so much. Otto Andrea was her father...
I didn't know his wife's name. Now I know it was Gertrude.
I learned they also had a daughter named Gertrude.
I am happy to know where they are buried now. My Great Uncle Otto Andreae Seamans (now deceased) told me that he was named after Otto Andrea and that he weighted over 300 pounds.
I learned through my research that Otto Andrea and his Son in Law (Woodbury Seamans) ran the Norfolk Virginia Silk Mill Company.
I am still searching for Woodbury Seamans' gravesite. I do know his funeral was held in Manhattan so I assume he must also be buried in New York somewhere.
|Alice||John Hochstein 1831-1907|
Thank you Lisa - John was my great grandfather and
I was very dismayed about two years ago when I started Ancestry than The records of burials were
no longer available for the many relatives that
are buried in this beautiful cemetery. I remember visiting with my Grandmother many times as a child. My father and other grandparents and aunts and uncles are also buried here. I will keep in touch and add their names and burial plots that I have in the bible and deeds to update this sacred grounds burials from our family. You are an ANGEL. Alice
Added by Alice on Jun 26, 2014 11:43 AM
|Everett Seamans||Alice Seamans Andreae Hodgson|
Thank you so very much for adding a picture of my great grandmother, Alice Seamans Andreae Hodgson. I do believe that this was a bridal picture as the date of its publication was April 28, 1912 which is the day after she married my Great Grandfather, Woodbury Seamans. (Woodbury Seamans sadly died in 1919 as a victim of the Spanish Influenza epidemic.)
I have a found a copy of their New York Times engagement party and wedding announcements in a database called ProQuest Historical Newspapers but I have not seen this picture.
Everett Woodbury Seamans
Thank you for taking photos of headstones and helping families find loved ones. I was able to find my great grandfather via your photo. With this info I was able to locate many relatives!
I truly appreciate your dedication.
Added by Audcam on Jun 23, 2014 5:33 PM
Thank you again for your reply and photo. I will recheck the records and see if I had the correct
burial location and pursue it from there. I am
able to walk slowly with walker and hope physical therapy will bring me back to health. Can't wait
to get back to the cemeteries and help others with
their research. May God bless you. Ann Dany
Added by Ann Dany on Jun 23, 2014 9:32 AM
|Franklin Family History||Lutheran|
Thanks for the extra effort locating and pinpointing Samuel's unmarked grave
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