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|This is one of many hobbies. Though working two jobs I try to hit most of the local cemeteries in the tri state area. Though at the moment I am focusing on Holy Cross in Brooklyn, I will try to help with other cemeteries and upon request transfer current memeorial to families. I am taking photos of the requested and also taking pictures of other graves as I walk around the cemetery and up loading the photo and information from the marker. I don't have access to the burials in each plot that will be up You to make the request with the respective cemeteries.|
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Thanks so much for the photo of the Pembroke ploy. It's really appreciated!
|Anonymous||George Cunniff's grave|
Thanks for taking the photo. Much appreciated.
|Stephanie R Best||Thank you!|
Thank you thank you THANK YOU SO MUCH for getting me those pictures! It helps me out SO much! You have no idea how excited I was to see this in my email! My husband knows very little about his Italian side and this is HUGE! Thank you!
|Ellen Stanton||Thanks you|
I received this e-mail. Since you took the picture you should be the one for the thank you.
I wanted to take a moment to thank you for photographing my 2nd great-grandfatherís gravestone at Holy Cross in Brooklyn, NY. His name was John V. Smith and he born in 1843 and died in 1907. I didnít know if there was a stone or not but seeing it brought tears to my eyes.
Thank you very much.
Diane E. Dinnigan
|LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMITH||Elinor Kelly|
thanks for the photo
|Brklyn Bridge||Anthony Moran Family|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph the unmarked gravesites for the Anthony Moran Family in Holy Cross Cemetery.
|Karen Danielsen-Lang||RE: Catherine Lawless|
Thanks for your help!
|Thomas Fenlon Cornell||Anna Cody Fenelon Grave: Word of Thanks|
Just a short note to let you know that I am extremely appreciative of the picture and identification of my great grandmother's grave. It confirms the rest of my grandfather's siblings, Thomas Fenlon, for whom i am named...
It also answered a family question as to why the rumor about the family name being spelled wrong.
Until now all my research had Fenlon....but the family legend was that it should have been Fenelon....as it is in the grave you found!
I actually changed my name to Fenelon in high school after hearing about that....and almost changed it back! Not sure how they determine these things. The Censuses have Fenlon....the Grave has Fenelon....But it is for sure the right one....Thanks so much!
Thomas Fenelon Cornell
|Kim||Thank you for Margaret's photo|
Thank you for taking the photo of Margaret Reynolds headstone. Much appreciated.
Added by Kim on Sep 14, 2014 2:43 PM
|pat hafner||RE: broeker headstone|
Thanks. Will do.
You are great.
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