|Cindy Neureuther (#47494789)|
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FaG gives us an opportunity to highlight our blessings through the lives of our loved ones. Each life is a gift to be celebrated, no matter if it lasts one day or 100+ years. And each life is complete and necessary in ways we can only begin to imagine.|
My hobby is researching old photos and linking them to their FaG memorials, preserving them for future generations. I have spent hundreds of hours and a small fortune in this pursuit.
In accordance with copyright rules, I post only images of photos taken prior to 1923, as these are no longer under copyright restrictions, and considered to be in the public domain, unless there is legal documentation stating the copyright has been transferred by the photographer along with the photo.
Thanks to all the kind folks who have shared their old photos with me, and to those who let me know how much they appreciate my efforts!
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Your bio edits for the Wist family are done.
|N. T. McMaster||Joseph M. Lentz|
I am inquiring as to your relationship to Joseph M. Lentz (1876-1919), to whose memorial page you attached a picture. He is the father of my great-grandmother's second husband, and since thy had no children, many Lentz family items have come to my family.
Nathaniel T. McMaster
|Linda Brown 47388779||Sauel Rockhold|
I have just seen your additions to the memorial I created for Samuel Rockhold at the Memphis Cemetery. What a wonderful photo of Samuel and I especially appreciate his signature.
|mike ford||RE: Marcia Dncey Ketcham|
I did not know her. I enjoy posting High School and College yearbook pictures to memorials.
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Albert and Rosanna Ledoux|
You're very welcome!
|Scooter T||Henry Elmhirst Reader|
Wow that is really wild that we entered father and son on the same day, halfway around the world! Thanks for letting me know about it. I have not yet seen Mary Lillie Reader in the Bolton cemetery. However I have about 850 more photographs from there which I will be entering over the next few weeks.
|John Drew||James BenAli Haggin|
Thanks for contacting me. In reading the Digplanet document you sent, They seem to have made their own mistake. Near the document's beginning under"Resting Place, they say buried in Lexington. Farther down, toward the end, the say buried in New York, as I have indicated in his memorial. He is actually buried in New York, where he domiciled in Manhattan. Thanks, though for raising questions when you see a conflict in info.
|Albert Ledoux||Rosanna LeClair|
Actually, I found Coaticook among the Quebec options and just made the change.
Also, I just got back from New Bedford and have photos of all the stones in Old Sacred Heart Cemetery safely inside my camera. I can't say when I'll be uploading them, but if you put in a request for a pic of Rosanna's stone, you'll get notified when it goes online.
Father Albert Ledoux
|Marlasue||Nancy Ester McAdams|
Oh, goodness, I hope you didn't think you needed to transfer her memorial, as I'm not related. The photos you posted are wonderful. Your profile says you find them and link them to the person. What a nice hobby!
Added by Marlasue on Aug 27, 2016 9:01 PM
His death cert. lists his burial in the Bennett Family Cemetery in Alton. NHOGA only lists one Bennett cemetery in Alton. It is on the Old new Durham in Alton on Private property. Hope this helps.
Added by Pittynh on Jul 15, 2016 7:18 PM
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