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My name is Charlie, Born and raised in NYC. Retired Paramedic of the New York City Fire Department. I have a deep love for history and research.|
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|Fred Sanford||Re: John Henry Schnitzlein|
The certificate is great but was there a marker?
Efforts are underway all across the country by veterans groups to ensure they have one on each grave. Thanks, Fred
|jim m||Jas A Mitchell|
Thanks for stopping by my gg grandfather's site
Added by jim m on Jan 06, 2017 12:46 PM
thank you so much for the photo -- I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Donna on Oct 27, 2016 3:32 AM
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Cypress Hills NC|
Thanks again for the great stuff, Chuck!
|AAW||RE: Alonzo Ranney|
Thanks for finding Emily Ranney's memorial and getting the link to her memorial made with Alonzo.
Added by AAW on Oct 10, 2016 2:38 AM
|B Gerovac||Much Appreciated!|
I can't thank you enough for photographing Michael Gaffney's grave.
My grandmother remembered her uncle telling stories of being a POW in the Civil War every Thanksgiving.
I've found his military service records, and pension file, but being able to see his gravestone means so much.
Thank you for the good work you do,
Thank you for photographing my late Uncle's (John Fred Eckert) tombstone at Cypress. Having recently started my ancestry searches, it's great to know there are people like you who see the value of providing photographs to help the research along and help family members to connect.
|Susan Howell Denny||Reeves Howell #14946671|
Reeves Howell is my direct descendent. Would you please connect him to his father, John Howell of Middle Island #170460631. Thanks for the great memorial and connecting - Susan
|AAW||Alonzo Ranney, Cypress Hills National|
Thanks a lot for taking the great photo of Alonzo Ranney's headstone.
Could you please post as a caption to one of your photos for his memorial:
"son of Freeman Ranney and Emily Flanders
Source: Charles Collard Adams, Middletown Upperhouses, p. 216."
The poor man had no family of his own so it would be nice to list his parents on his memorial somewhere.
Added by AAW on Sep 23, 2016 10:40 AM
|dickbelle||Rq permission to post photo|
Am contacting you to ask permission to post your photo of the grave of Pvt Charles H Dickey - 28th ME Inf - to his Fold3.com page.
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