|Linda Miller (#47042630)|
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I love going to cemeteries I enjoy the monuments,their beauty and creativity , the peacefulness and the strange experiences I have enjoyed in cemetaries.
After I found this website I am going more often and take pictures of random graves too. I started taking pictures of the neighbors of my grave requests , I realized some are related to each other and they were someones family so hopefully I am creating someones geneology and someone is creating mine, I have already found some peoples relatives when photographing their graves randomly and I appreciate it when they let me know.
I always photograph veterns graves, because they should never be forgotten for the service they gave to our country and for our freedom.
If you have a grave request for the Chicago area I will try to fulfill just let me know.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
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Whoops! There are four copies of the same photo on this memorial. Would you please remove three? Thanks!
|Donald Buresh||Searchinf for Ronald Novak|
Dear Linda Miller,
I have been looking for several year for a friend of mine name Ron Novak. His brother was Frank Novak. When I knew them, they lived on Eddy Street in Chicago near Kedzie and Elston. Both brothers attended Lane High School and the University of Illinois Chicago, like myself. I remember that Ron, but more Frank, were rather interested war board games. I also remember that both of them were involved in Chicago politics, 33rd Ward 1st Precinct.
By the way, Ron and I created the first bylaws or constitution for the Graduate Student Council at UIC. Ron was also very active in the undergraduate student council at UIC acting as parliamentarian.
I found an obituary for Ron on the internet that contained a picture of him. The picture looks like the Ron Novak that I knew. I would like to know if my recollection is accurate and the Ron Novak in the obituary is the same Ron Novak that I knew.
Please respond to this email. I would really appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
Donald L.: Buresh, Ph.D.
3115 Enoch Avenue
Zion, IL 60099
|BjJ||RE: maggie miller oak ridge cemetery springfield,il|
No, I am no relation. I found the article in the newspaper, as listed on her memorial, when looking for some others. She is buried in a particularly large section of the cemetery, one with 90% single stones, and many graves are unmarked. I have photographed many of the stones there but did not have a photo of anything for her.
Added by BjJ on Nov 12, 2013 11:51 AM
I just started researching a new line in the tree, which includes the Deutschers. I am wondering if you would allow me to use the headstone photograph you took of August and Martha Deutscher. I will give full credit to you and findagrave.
Thank you for considering this.
You have 4 photos of the same marker for Louise Friedericke Wilhelmine nee Kemnitz Jacobs memorial (19089798). Could you please remove 3 copies of the same ones. Thank you, RWS
Added by RWS on Jan 29, 2012 12:37 PM
SECOND REQUEST, MADE APRIL 10TH
Find A Grave Memorial# 29675368
Please correct the spelling of McCormick
Please connect her to her parents and husband:
Wm S. McCormick, 8383296 and
Mary A. G. McCormick, 8383314
Edward Tyler Blair, 28422335.
Thank you very much, LSP
Added by LSP on May 12, 2011 12:18 AM
Linda, just wanted to thank you for photographing Ida and Adam Stahl's headstone.
I live in CA and am unable to go to the cemeteries myself.
Added by Treez on Sep 30, 2009 9:26 PM
|Laura Heckman||Karl & Wilhelmina Kempf|
Linda, Many thanks for trying to obtain their headstone pics...sorry you went to all that trouble just to find out that they were unmarked.
Your effort was very much appreciated. Laura
|Peggy Lowrey||Charles Faedtke|
Sorry I was out of town when you emailed me....Thanks for going tot he cemetery and letting me know about Charles Faedtke.....I'd love to have the photo you mentioned....rhrough the Otto Faedtke line, too.
Thanks a bunch. :)
|William Marose||Finding a Grave|
Thank you so much for all your help. It is greatly appreciated.
Bill in Georgia
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