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Kimberly is a freelance photographer, graphic designer, and writer. She started volunteering with Findagrave back in 2010 when she was requested to photograph baby graves for a local art gallery. She took on the challenge and enjoyed spending time in quaint local cemeteries, especially the older ones that embodied so much charm and character. She enjoys now taking photo requests, especially at Huntington Rural, where the serene park like atmosphere and spectacular views of the harbor sprawl beyond the rolling hills below.|
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|Ken B||Griemsman & Bailey at Greenfield|
There are no markers at Greenfield Cemetery Section 40, Lot 345, for the graves you requested photos of. I have posted a photo of the grave site with a cross to depict where the grave should be.
Added by Ken B on Sep 18, 2014 7:42 PM
|Thomas Dunne||Louisa Schemer Fox Fuchs|
Just wanted to let you know I added the stone and listing for Louisa. She may be the mother of Christian, and is in lot 141. The cards show only her husband, the stone shows only her.
And thank you for Edwin's photo also. Innis
Added by ROI326 on Aug 04, 2014 9:14 PM
Thank you very much for photographing Midred's grave. I truly appreciate it. Innis
Added by ROI326 on Aug 04, 2014 9:13 PM
|Thomas Dunne||Fuchs in Albany Rural Cemetery|
I just wanted to let you know their son William Fox is in the same lot. I do not know why his name is Fox, but the cemetery cards show he is their son.
|Bronx Aquarian||Fuchs stone|
There were no markings on the back of the stone and only the Fuchs name on the front.
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Sigerist|
The four names (2 stones) are:
|Rebekah Henry||RE: Ellen Cusick|
Thank you very much! That helps.
|Roibeard53||RE: Veronica Sigerist|
You're very welcome for the photos. I also enjoy filling requests for others.
|Dona McPhillips||RE: William H Wade|
No I don't know where he is buried. I lost track of him after the 1880 census where he lived with his mother,Ellen in Greenport, Suffolk co. N.Y. They had lived in New London, New London co. CT where he was born and they had lived in Santa Cruz, CA. where his father died in a powder explosion. Part of his whaling family ancestors probably lived in Sag Harbor. I haven't been able to tie up the strings there yet.
He had three siblings; Marion 1861-1910 married a Squires, Richard Beebee, 1866-1930 and sister Sarah L. 1869- I lost the trail on her. I have been lucky enough to make contact with the Richard Beebee descendants but their branch doesn't seem to have any information of the Wm. Henry branch. Genealogy is the ultimate COLD CASE.
David Roberts gave management to me for that Wm. H. Wade site. I have an email out to him to see what he wants me to do about it. I gave you credit for your sleuth work on the site. I wrote the manager on the other site as well. Thanks, Dona
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