|Autistic Wonderboy (#47056267)|
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As my Findagrave Profile name suggests, I am one of the many people to be diagnosed with Autism (Aspergers, to be specific). As one diagnosed with this syndrome, one of my characteristics is that I focus my attention around specific subjects. Most people with Autism or Aspergers may focus thier attention on dogs or subway routes. During my early high school years, I was fixated with graves after I stumbled across Findagrave. I would usually travel to cemeteries within my neck of the woods (Pennsylvania's Main Line), or whenever I was on vacation. Eventually, I felt that my fixation with cemeteries became morbid, so I slowly shifted my attention onto another subject: the US Presidents. To this day, I can still recite (1) the names of the Presidents of the United States in chronological order from George Washington to Barrack Obama, (2) the years they served in office, and (3) thier Vice Presidents. I also have an odd interest in visting State Capitol Buildings. Every once in a while, however, I would enjoy roaming around a cemetery (mainly if a President was buried in the cemetery). In October 2008, I decided to create my own Findagrave account, so here I am =)|
DISCLAIMER: As of January 1, 2013, I'm taking a year off (& possibly a little longer) to spend some time away from FAG so I can focus more on my own personal life. I'll be back sometime in (or after) 2014, but right now I just need to focus on my own personal life -- meaning, until then, I do not wish to get any personal e-mails asking to fulfill FAG requests.
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Thanks so much for taking this photo for me!
|R. Miller||Pic of grave stone - William J. Frost|
Thank you for the pic!
|Inga McCoy||John W. Boyd|
Thank you for the photo of John W. Boyd's tombstone. It is heartwarming to see his final resting place. The photo you took came out so clear!
|David Fields||Harold Evans|
Thank you so much for the quick photo!
Thank you very much for taking the photo of the Edward Sondberg stone so quickly. I greatly appreciate the gift of your time.
Roberta from Massachusetts
Added by Roberta on Jul 20, 2016 4:21 PM
|Elizabeth Chislett||Finding the Cavanagh Headstone|
Thank you so very much for finding my beloved Great Aunt "Boit's" resting place. Her real name is Bertha Stemple Cavanagh but she called me "Sweetie Pie" and we called her Boit. She never had any of her own children but loved me and my sisters deeply. She taught me gardening, the love of reading, introduced me to sewing, taking care of dogs and board games. She was a teacher so, she devoted her whole life to helping and teaching others to learn about life. Thank you for bringing her close to me. You are very special too!
Thank you again and I hope you continue to take photographs. You are helping so many people this way.
Thank you so much my friend! You're hobby certainly does help a lot of people who may be searching for their ancestors or a little piece of history!
|Steven Scarlata||Thank you!|
Thank you for going out on such a hot day to get those photos for me. It is very much appreciated!
|David Fields||Harold F. Evans|
Thank you! Could you also please add this same photo to the memorial for George B. Evans? He was an earlier aviator killed in a plane crash in 1918.
Thank you again!
Thank you for the photos of their markers.
Added by Jerry H. on Jul 15, 2016 3:29 AM
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