|Michel SCHREIBER (#47120908)|
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I was born in 1966 in France, where I settled in July 2013 after many years abroad (PR China, Saudi Arabia, USA and Algeria). So far, one of my passions has been traveling, and while living in San Francisco, CA, I started taking pictures of filming locations, the goal being to compare current locations to what they were in movies... Grave hunting? It's my main activity when I'm on holiday! :-)|
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|Karen McHale||RE: Fay Kanin's grave|
Very glad I could help! Have fun hunting!!
|Pat and Billy||Stephanie Lamberg # 120771904|
How excited I was to get the message that you had obtained the photo of Stephanie's headstone....amazing
With sincere thanks,
|Karen McHale||RE: Fay Kanin's grave|
Fay is at Hollywood Forever in Los Angeles, in the T Building, in the Beth Olam section. Now, here is the tricky part.....when you enter the T-Building, there is THREE floors. The elevator from the ground floor goes only TWO floors up. To get to the THIRD FLOOR, you have go up to the second floor and walk over to the OTHER elevator (it's down the hall from the first elevator). When you go up to the third floor, Fay is on the left-hand side, up top, in the cheap seats.
|L.A. Morgue Files||Cliff Osmond|
Yes, in response to your message, Cliff Osmond is near Ted Bessell in Section 12 at Woodlawn Cemetery. Best to you, Brian Aldrich
|Philip M. Dye||RE: Peggy Knudsen's grave|
It has been a few years. You need to ask at the front desk for Margret Nolan as that was her full name. At the time it wasn't in the computerized database and they had to look it up on index cards.
Peggy is to Margret as Bob is to Robert. This is something they didn't understand when trying to find the location when I first went there.
Hey Michel, there was another memorial previously set up for him, but it was in the Cimetière de Montparnasse instead of the Cimetiere de Montmartre. Since I didn't know that there was already a memorial, mine is a duplicate.
You've posted a photo on the memorial that I set up, so I was wondering if you would like to place it on the other memorial before I delete mine (#126594624). The cemetery has been corrected on the older memorial (#74861319). Thanks, Anita
Added by Anita on Mar 15, 2015 6:20 PM
|david||Grave of Gedale and Sophie Breitbart|
I would like to thank you for taking the time and find and photographing the headstones of my great-grandparents. It is one more piece of the puzzle that I have to reconstruct my families history.
Added by david on Feb 28, 2015 9:29 AM
|Sonia Appell||Nathan Grossman|
Dear Michel Schreiber,
Thank you so much for the photograph of the gravestone of Nathan Grossmann. Nathan Grossmann was my sister's father-in-law. He committed suicide in 1942 with an overdose of sleeping pills. It looks to me that no one is taking care of the stone and, I'm thinking about writing to the cemetery to find out if it's possible to hire someone to clean the stone and keep it in good shape.
Once again, I am very greatful to you for taking the photograph. It means a lot to me and to his grandchildren to know that he had a proper funeral.
|Shelly Sallop||RE: Photo of Moses Klager|
Michel, Thank you so much for trying. It is wonderful that you do this and I really appreciate you efforts. I'm sure everyone else you help are just as thrilled as I was when I saw that photo.
Thanks again, Shelly
I was very surprised and pleased to see the photos you have taken of Hania Ulam's grave in Zentralfriedhof. Thank you too for the plot location information.
Added by Su on Feb 24, 2015 10:42 AM
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