|Susan Jaffer (#47034641)|
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I'm a freelance writer and editor. Originally from NYC, I live, work, and garden on an old farm.|
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|John Giles||Pictures For John Giles & Carl Giles|
My brother and myself deeply appreciate, and want too thank you, for taking this picture. We both live far away from Pennsylvania, and this means the world to both of us.
John Giles Jr.
|Elizabeth Gwinnett||Adam and Lillie Ledyard Nell|
Susan, thank you so very much for the photo of my great great great grand aunt and uncle's headstone photo! You have made my day! A wonderful kindness! Blessings! Elizabeth Gwinnett
|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella||RE: Ruth Lambertone Cole pic|
Thank you for great pic and for your time-very appreciated
Charlene Teifer S.
|Caz||RE: #114363194 Adolph Marshall Jr.|
Thanks for the additional picture. I will keep them both up! Glad someone cleaned it up, it had been laying face down in the dirt prior to my taking the picture. No, I wasn't the one who flipped it over, but you can see the outline of where it had been.
Added by Caz on Oct 22, 2013 4:17 PM
|RTinVa||Find A Grave Memorial# 57839575|
I am not sure how the grave memorial pictures are selected for this site but want to say thank you for posting this wonderful picture. Susan was my sister. She was born the same year as me. She lived a few days and when she passed on. My father had to put his grief aside and lay Susan in her casket next to him on the seat of the family station wagon where both of them traveled from New York through a blizzard to Pa. so she could be laid to rest in peace with family.
Also listed on the grave marker is my Grandma (Hazel) and Grandpa (Charles) whom I received my middle name. Along with them my grandma's son Russel, who like Susan died very young.
Although I never had the chance to meet her I miss her dearly and think of her. My father passed in 2003. I am sure they are together with Grandma and Grandpa and Russel as well as all the remaining family members who have passed, as they wait for us to join them when our time on this earth is complete.
Thank you again for posting this wonderful picture. God bless you.
Added by RTinVa on Oct 09, 2013 2:35 PM
|dms98||Alice Muir photo|
Thank you for this picture. Do you know why the last name on this isn't Muir? It is Niver??
Added by dms98 on Jul 10, 2013 3:31 PM
|Martha Taylor||RE: Orchards at Smith Hill Cemetery|
Thanks, Susan. I located the Christianville Cemetery off Sands Creek Road outside of Hancock this week. I have family members there. It's small with about 20 graves or so. I didn't find ithe cemetery on FindAGrave so plan to add it. However, some of the graves are in bad shape and it will take someone with tracing paper and charcoal to be able to decipher them. I'll post what I can but since I am not local, I hope to connect with someone who will go there and document all the graves. Thanks for the documentation on the other cemetery. It's nice to be able to show the elders the pics. Means a lot to them. Peace,
|Martha Taylor||Orchards at Smith Hill Cemetery|
Hi, Susan. I saw you'd taken the photos of the Orchards at Smith Hill Cemetery outside Honesdale, PA. I am relented to them and wondered if you, too, we're a relation. I'd love to compare notes.
|charlie mcg||John Sommer/ Augusta Yaap|
Thank you for your picture of my ggg grandparents grave I dont think I would have ever seen or found it! May I ask you change their name from Summer to Sommer as I had trouble finding it and I think it would help other people find it as that is how they spelled their name. John Sommer's Find A Grave # is 58146168, and Augusta's is 58146211. Thanks again!
|Patricia Jensen||RE: James J Doherty / Mary Burke Doherty|
Thanks Susan! The picture is great too, and it was great to find it out there already, when I began the family ancestry. Thanks again.
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