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As a retired senior, I have become interested in family geneology and have been fairly sucessful in locating family history. I take grave photos when requested and have had several of my photo requests fulfilled.|
Contact me if errors are found.
Any family member who views a close relatives file (parent, grandparent, great grandparent, or sibling) on findagrave and wishes to take control should contact me through the Edit tab on the findagrave memorial and I would be happy to transfer control to you.
Other transfers will be considered.
Do not request a transfer without indicating relationship to person.
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|GloriaBee||ROY D. BASSETT #37442198|
I know this is a long shot, since you only manage his memorial, but, do you have any additional information about Roy D. Bassett buried in South Bend Indiana? I believe this is my third cousin who was born in Florida; I have made contact with his son on Facebook and he was shocked to learn that this Roy may be his father. He had always heard that he died "somewhere between Florida and Texas."
I've already learned that Roy's obit contained no information regarding parents, survivors, etc.
Did you get my email and have any luck contacting Eastlawn sextant?
I have an obituary for a Sister who "died in the motherhouse of the Sisters of the Holy Cross at St. Mary's" and was buried "in the community cemetery".
When I look up Community Cemetery in St. Joseph County, it is aliased to Holy Cross Cemetery. I happened to see a memorial with a photo you took at Holy Cross Cemetery, so I figure you have been there. It looks like there are only men buried there (on findagrave). Do you happen to know if there are sisters there also, or is there another Community Cemetery for St. Mary's? I don't see this woman entered at Cedar Grove. She's not coming up at all on findagrave.
Any ideas what cemetery St. Mary's used in the mid 1950's? I thought maybe there are sisters at Holy Cross, but either they were not marked, haven't been entered yet on findagrave, or in my brief look I just didn't find any sisters. I just looked at the first 200 or so.
Added by Nancy on Jul 22, 2014 9:33 PM
|GloriaBee||ROY B. BASSETT|
The photo of the tombstone has "D" as the middle initial rather than "B." I think this man could POSSIBLY be Roy Douglas Bassett who was born in Florida.
By the way, if anyone reading this is familiar Roy's family, please contact me. Roy's SS# was issued in FL; I think he's the person I've been looking for several years.
|Michael Curry||Daisy Mae Ackenback Pogotis|
Thank you for the transfer, is is greatly appreciated.
|Cindi||RE: Laudig burials in Highland|
Charles & Alice Laudig are in MAPLEWOOD - #1017
Added by Cindi on Jul 09, 2014 9:39 AM
|Jim Parrish||Gerald Mangus -95635976|
Hi, My name is Jim Parrish from Waupun, Wi. and I am attempting to fill in some holes in my family history. My 1st Cousin, Thomas Howard Wilson married Beverly Mangus and they had a daughter, named Rita. According to the info for Norman Dale Mangus, located on Find A Grave, is says that he had a step sister, Beverly and a niece, Rita.
I was hoping you could tell me who Gerald's first wife, the mother of Beverly, would have been.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
I am respectfully requesting the transfer of Daisy Mae Ackenback Pogotis # 40536483, she is my Great Grandmother.
I have run across many of your memorials when adding grave photos. Well Done!
Just a suggestion- if you select "Portrait" on the drop-down menu when uploading a person's photo, it will stay on top of any gravestone images added later.
Keep up the good work.
|Pat Pitcher||Thank you|
Just wanted to thank you for creating the memorials at Our Lady of Peace Cemetery. Growing up in Idaho, I knew many of these wonderful people and was able to keep in contact with a few for some years afterwards. Bless you for giving us the chance to make 'contact' again. Pat
|Ty Pellow||Casimer L. Wojtysiak|
Hello,my name is Ty and im a collector of military items and i recently bought a small collection of military items and in the collection was a dog tag which i was able to trace it to Casimer L. Wojtysiak and i was wondering if there are any living relatives of him.
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