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After 38 years of teaching high school English, I have retired and am pursuing the hobby I've been engaged with since 1996: genealogy. I consider this work to be a love letter to my family: past, present, and future.|
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|Donna Martin||RE: Charles Michel photo|
I was happy to be able to help!
|Gail Miller||Rachel Hemsing-Boyd|
Thank you for the transfer of Rachel's memorial. It will make it much easier to add information as I come across it.
|BjJ||John Corneau # 24138088|
I added a photo of the family Corneau stone as you requested. I had not added it earlier because it does not have John's name inscribed on it. If you know his relationship to the names on the stone and in this plot, please let me know via Edit tab so that I can state such. Thanks.
Added by BjJ on Sep 05, 2015 12:53 PM
|Christie Trapp||Aroma Guiler Arnold Sunset Hills Cemetery, Bozeman|
You took a photo of her marker back in 2010--I'm a bit late in thanking you, so am doing it now. Thanks so much for taking the photo. It is greatly appreciated.
|james rowe||RE: James Carey|
You are very welcome.
|Jeff Schneider||Klinefelter Photo Requests|
Hi, I see you've requested photos for George Allewelt Klinefelter (# 93346753) and infant son Edward Young Klinefelter (# 93347008). These memorials, along with that of George's wife Sarah Bertha Young Klinefelter (# 93346870), are all incorrect.
None of them are buried in Mount Olivet cemetery, Hanover, PA. In fact, they aren't buried in PA at all. I've confirmed with the cemetery office that they are in fact interred in Druid Ridge cemetery just outside Baltimore, MD.
I've submitted edit requests, once the changes have been made you may wish to delete your existing requests then initiate new ones to be sure e-mails are sent out to photographers in the correct area.
|JP Rayder||RE: Mulvehill|
You are most welcome, I'm just glad I could help....JP
|fay fuller||RE: Gloria Manger|
Your welcome glad to help
|fay fuller||RE: Joseph Peltzer tombstone photo|
Your Welcome glad to help
|P. Eadie||winpenny memorial|
I totally agree. The Winpenny is one of the most remarkable memorials I have seen and certainly the tallest memorial that I have had the opportunity to photograph. It is lovely! Hope you enjoy the photos. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Jan 24, 2015 7:08 AM
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