|Lisa Finger (#14845792)|
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Adding memorials and photos are wonderful ways to commemorate the lives of individuals and preserve the histories of communities.|
Happy to help 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.
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. And please feel free to use any grave photos I have contributed in your family trees!
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|Albert Steinhauer||John D Stepita|
Thanks so much for making a great effort to find his grave. I will put in his profile that there is no grave stone
Thank you so much for taking the time to track down the burial places of my Klink/Sesemann relatives at All Faiths. Very sad to see the graves are unmarked, but I guess not too surprising, either, for immigrants in the 19th century. At least now I have a visual of the areas where they're buried, and for that I'm VERY grateful! Thank you again,
Added by FemGeek on Apr 26, 2015 1:43 PM
Thanks for looking around All Faiths for the Gebhardt headstones. Although you found all of them unmarked, at least we now have their findagrave memorials for them.
Added by Kerry on Apr 26, 2015 10:57 AM
|Marsha Mitchell||Bigelow grave|
Thank you very much for locating the graves of Henry and Margaret Bigelow, even if it is hidden by this large bush. I appreciate the effort you made to find the location.
|Dawn B||RE: Hieber|
You're welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dawn B on Apr 24, 2015 6:43 PM
|Alice ||111682129 Claus Doscher|
Lisa, I've been trying to figure out your 111682129 Claus Doscher at the Lutheran Cemetery. If you can relocate this monument, could you please try to take a close up photo of the inscription? I think he may be the Claus Doscher in this obit:
"New York Herald, Thursday, September 26, 1872. Doscher - On Wednesday morning, September 25, Claus Doscher, a native of Amt Lehe, Hanover, aged 41 years, 8 months and 5 days. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of the New York Schutzen Corps, J.F.Rottmann, captain, and members of the German Brotherly Society, Henry Cook, President, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Friday afternoon, at half-past one o'clock, from the German Lutheran St. John's church, 79 Christopher street."
It's been a long winter. Have a wonderful cemetery season! :-)Alice
Added by Alice on Apr 24, 2015 5:14 AM
Thank you so much for getting these photos for me! Very much appreciated!
|MARY C||RE: PFEFFERLE PIC|
Very grateful. Thanks. Mary
Added by MARY C on Apr 09, 2015 7:38 AM
|MARY C||PFEFFERLE PIC|
WILL IT BE OK TO PUT THIS PIC ON ALL THOSE IN THIS GRAVE? I WILL GIVE YOU CREDIT IN EACH CAPTION. IT HAS BEEN CONFIRMED THAT THIS GRAVE HAS NO STONE.
Added by MARY C on Apr 08, 2015 6:02 PM
|Patty P||Otto Kraemer|
Many thanks Lisa F for the photo of Otto's gravestone. very much appreciated - dMay I use it on my Ancestry tree, Please. Thanks, Patty p <><
Added by Patty P on Apr 05, 2015 10:30 AM
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