|Mary and Charlie Burrow (#47086746)|
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First and foremost... Many thanks to the two interpreters that have been a tremendous help: Nicholas Maskalick and Frank Klawonn|
Our Motto: No Cemetery too big, no Cemetery too small, if we can't find a marker, it's not there at all!
We, the genealogist and the photographer, really enjoy being volunteers for Find-a-Grave. It is very gratifying to be helping others and making new friends. Also, it is enjoyable seeing the earlier generation's monuments, crypts and markers.
We are a retired military family (USMC). After over 22 years we settled in Pittsburgh, Pa. Charlie is from Tennessee, Mary grew up in Pittsburgh. (Mary won the tossup.)
Thanks to all for the great responses of our findings. They are the icing on the cake!
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Hello again. The two of you seem to be whizzes at finding obits. Can you help me out? Robert K. (DOB: 8/9/1934) and son Scott Paternoster(DOB:3/30/1971) died together in a fire 9/22/1989 (cemetery record), DOD Sep 15 (SS Apps & Claims), probably in Allegheny County(???). I am trying to learn more about the circumstances of the fire. They were cremated, and their ashes were interred at Mt Vernon Cemetery on 9/6/2002, when Patricia Mainwaring Paternoster (wife and mother) was interred (1/1/1937-9/3/2002). I've been in contact with Mt. Vernon. They could only tell me that they died in a fire and were cremated and later buried. They were most helpful. I would think that the news must have ran an article about their deaths, given the tragic nature. Thanks much.
Added by kwilla on Nov 22, 2015 9:45 AM
|Pam R.||Pittock Family|
Forget my last message as I have it figured out who the six headstones would be:)
Added by Pam R. on Nov 09, 2015 6:49 PM
|Pam R.||Dorothy Neville Pittock|
Thanks for creating Dorothy's memorial and transferring her to me. Can you give me the names of all what appears to be 6 people in the Pittock plot? Thanks so much:)
Added by Pam R. on Nov 09, 2015 1:27 PM
Thanks for the great pictures of James and Adella's grave stones. This is a line that has bugged me for years. It's my grandaunt's husband's line. According to family lore, he didn't know who his grandparents were. Thanks to you, I am slowly closing in. A picture is worth a thousand words and your are priceless.
|Robert Suchy||Thank You|
Thank You for the flowers on my fathers grave
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Lawrence Costello|
My husband was in the Army, 67-69.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Lawrence Costello|
Thanks so much for the fine photo. I am so grateful for your efforts. Sunday we are going to a military reunion for the men who survived the Vietnam war. There are many who will view this stone with reverance.
God bless you
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Lawrence R Costello at Calvary Cem|
Thank you so much !!
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Lawrence R Costello at Calvary Cem|
I noticed you have taken photos at the Calvary Cemetery in Pittsburgh, specifically a Vietnam KIA John P Carey # 65380611. I have had a photo request in for awhile and wondered if you would be so kind as to take a photo for another KIA. He is Lawrence R Costello, #125300066. I have a burial site for him on the request. His parents, John and Marion are also buried in same section.
|Janice Hollandsworth||RE: JOHN BULBAK AT ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST|
No I just am interested in John because he was a WWII vet.
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