|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. |
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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|Cathy Vastola||John Frederic Haas|
Thank you for photographing the grave of my 2x great grandparents John Frederic Haas and Elvina Lenoir at Mt Olivert Cemetary. Do you know the grave number? I would love to bring my Dad in the Spring to pay our respects.
|AnnaMarie Schafer||RE: Stewart Family|
Hi Lisa- thank you for your quick reply! I would love copies of the pages and whatever else you may have to help me with my search! You can email me at
Thank you again for your help- I appreciate it!
|AnnaMarie Schafer||Stewart Family|
Re: Martha Ann Maria Lent Stewart
My name is AnnaMarie- I am searching family and we have mutual members. I am interested in Martha Lent who I also am related to.
I see you have info on her burial and I was wondering if you have a birth cert for her. Hope to hear from you soon.
No problem Lisa. I was quite a challenge but well worth it!
|Debra||RE: Kuhn Graves|
You're welcome. I tried to find Adolph Kuhn's grave, but it was much too windy and cold to continue. That part of the cemetery (Northside) is not as well-defined.
Added by Debra on Jan 18, 2015 8:15 PM
|Robin Arvickson||Julius Niebergall|
I called the cemetery regarding the burial plot for Julius Niebergall. He is buried in lot 10347-10399 Map 3A.
Thank you for helping!!
is it possible to take a Photo of my Great aunt Emma E. Hunold Kelly headstone in Flushing cemetery? The Headstone simple states Kelly.
|RSaal||Saal and Dygert photos requests|
Lisa - thank you very much for taking the time to look for these plots. I am sad that you weren't able to find a marker, but that is happening a lot with family members during this time period.
Thanks again for your efforts - have a wonderful day.
Added by RSaal on Dec 29, 2014 11:45 AM
Thank you for looking. I'll contact the cemetery and get the correct plot number
Added by GMolan on Dec 28, 2014 5:15 PM
|christine Devine||GRETA J HAASE|
Thank you very much for adding another part of the above mentioned person's grave, this person would have been my aunt, my mum being her sister, my mum actually never met greta she had already left home when mum was born. I'm trying to find out information to pass on to my mum, and wonder if it might be something you would undertake, she is buried in the middle village long island lutheran part of the cemetery plot no.556 map 5. I would like to see an obituary of some kind, and wonder where I can get this, ancestry.com don't seem to be coming up with information, I may even obtain her death certificate, I wondered, if its possible to find any more information about Greta who came to new york when she was 16 and we were told that she sang in a carbaret club, also my mum said she may have been a dog walker, is this sort of thing you might be able to find out from local archives? or is this too much to ask, Would be very grateful, I live in Yorkshire in the uk. So its not something easy for me to do. best wishes and thanks Christine Devine
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