My hobbies are photography and Texas Hold'Em poker, but as you may guess from the name, I am also a really big fan of the Deadball Era (1901-1920) of baseball. I also enjoy reading, history, movies, online gaming, and spending time with my absolutely lovely wife Hermik.
I have created memorials for people not related to me, but who had a strong, positive impact on my life. If you are related to one of these people and wish ownership of their memorial, please contact me and I will be happy to transfer ownership to you.
If you have a moment, please visit the memorials I've created for my family members. All of them were unique, and all are terribly missed by their families and friends.
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Gus I have forwarded your last comment to my cousin and gave him the link to contact you if he desires. I also asked him if he knew any of the people that you mentioned. I never knew anything about Gus's family and as a kid never asked! I did know a few things about Tommy's family as his sister and niece visited on several occasions and I kept in touch with the niece until she passed away.
RE: Constantine Carpetas #75969913 Gus as we called him was married to my aunt. He has one son, James A., who lives in Austin. I would love to link his parents and siblings if possible. I am not sure how he got to Texas either. My other aunt was also married to a man from Newport, Thomas Coggeshall, I would assume that the two men somehow ended up in Texas together. I am not sure when Gus and my aunt married, but James was born in 1947 and my other aunt married Tommy in 1947. Gus was a retired military guy and I believed served in WWII, Korea and maybe even did a short time in Vietnam. I haven't talk to James in several months, but I will let him know about this and perhaps the two of you and make contact.
N. Gregorian Hi, Thanks for finding the duplicate. I always check the cemetery link, but am sure I miss some from time to time. Glad you caught it! I didn't know him, I just take photos at the local cemeteries and post them here on find a grave. Take care! -Carolyn