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Lisa Finger (#14845792)
 member for 14 years, 17 days
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Bio Photo 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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Messages left for Lisa Finger (209)[Leave Message]
Thanks so much for the Maginess proximity photos. I was hoping there would be a gravestone, but they were/are expensive.
Added by RobM on Sep 01, 2014 6:58 PM
dawn mccutchan
Edward Braasch
Dear Lisa
I want to thank you very much for fullfilling my photo request for a photo of my 3x great uncle and his family. He is the 1st husband of my 3x great grandfather's daughter, after his passing she married his brother and they are buried in Greenpoint. Again thank you for taking the time to honor my request I appreciate all your efforts
Dawn Francis
Added by dawn mccutchan on Aug 30, 2014 6:05 PM
Chris H
Thank you so much for the photo of the Reynolds stone. For some reason the birthdate of Cecelia is wrong on the stone. Thanks again for the pictures!
Added by Chris H on Aug 30, 2014 6:19 AM
Dorothea Tracey
Christian and Ottilie Germann
Thank you for the photo of the grave stone of my maternal great great grandparents, Christian and Ottilie Germann. Although I live in NYS, I doubt that I will ever get to the cemetery to visit and take a photo. With my thanks, Dorothea Warren
Added by Dorothea Tracey on Aug 28, 2014 10:48 AM
Betty Evans
William and Elizabeth Hallett
Thank you for taking and posting the monument picture of my ancestors. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Betty Evans on Aug 08, 2014 7:11 AM
RE: Herrmann Grave
You're welcome - happy to be of help.

Added by loradora on Aug 05, 2014 4:23 AM
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.
Added by Patty - Florida on Jul 21, 2014 2:29 PM
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
Thank you!
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.

Added by Everett Seamans on Jun 27, 2014 12:10 PM
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