|Pamela Rossmiller-Peters (#47059163)|
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|Researching Rossmiller, Swoboda, Crumb, Hayes, Haase and Haas.|
A BIG thank you to all of you who wander the cemeteries looking for my ancestors. I'm glad we share the same passion!
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|Teddi Kella-Fuller||Bane memorials|
Thank you for taking these photos.
|J Mo & B Ma||Sheldons/Strongs|
Pamela, thank you very much for all their headstone photos, including Edward's and the "big" rock. Great work and I truly appreciate your help and all the time it took!
|J Mo & B Ma||Strong Jameson|
Thanks so much for the headstone photo for Janet Jameson, Pamela! I see you claimed the other Strongs in the cemetery, too, as well as the Sheldons. I very much appreciate you helping me and taking the time to do this! I read that in 1904 Henry Strong had a 20-ton red granite boulder moved to the cemetery for use as the family marker and that it took 4 days to get it there. I couldn't find it in newspapers that I have access to, though. I'm curious whether it's true and to see what it looks like. I also hope you can find Edward Brewster Sheldon, the playwright's headstone. The system didn't allow for a photo request, but I would think there has to be one. He's listed as the one famous interment. These 2 families are quite fascinating.
Thank you again. :o)
|deanna french||Walworth Co. George Holden FAG photo|
May I use the photo that you contributed to the memorial page of George Holden, to post on the Vt. Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Thanks for the edit. Johann also pronounced and spelt Joan in Bio. Trying to find best/easiest/clearest titling for memorial.
|Susie Barr||McCabe picture|
Thank you for the Raymond McCabe picture. Your time is appreciated.
|Rick Yaeger||John Lowell Williams|
Thank you so much for taking the time to fulfill my photo request! I do appreciate it!
|Kirk B Mayer||133440793|
Ernest W. Mecklenburg may be related to my great grand mother. Do you have any additional information on him?
Thanks for the photo for Doris and John.
|Sandie||PVT George Greniger|
Thank you Pamela for your recent photo on the memorial of Pvt George Greniger. I am happy to know that his grave site has a marker, including the military metal cross marker too. I feel No deceased military should have a grave site that has no marker what so ever! I would like to know more about our governments role in placing markers on such grave sites of our veterans or even those who died while serving, yet their resting places have no markers.... I just made note last evening, of the name and phone number of a cemetery, where I came upon the Find A Grave memorial of Benjamin Tatro, a Civil War Veteran, at rest at Lakewood Cemetery in Hennepin Co., Minnesota. His memorial had no photo, and there is a note stating that his grave site is Unmarked. When I went to the page for the cemetery itself for contact info, I discovered a lengthy bio describing the cemetery's history, including the fact that the cemetery is Well Known for its Outstanding landscaping and floral plantings on the grounds.....yet apparently they have no regards for the Unmarked grave site of a Civil War Veteran, I wonder how many other grave sites such as Civil War Veteran, Pvt Benjamin Tatro's, in this cemetery, remain Unmarked.....
Added by Sandie on Jul 02, 2016 12:12 PM
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