|Elaine Berkowitz (#47598440)|
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All photo's that I put on findagrave.com are for public use.|
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|Diane||Mary Ray Russell|
Thanks so much for going to take the photo of Mary Ray Russell's grave site in Floral Park! Much appreciated.
Added by Diane on Sep 19, 2016 10:15 AM
|Bonnie's Daughter||John Franklin Mosier, Jr|
Thank you so very much for finding the burial site of my little Uncle. Bless you for being so nice and taking your time to help me.
Linda (Mosier) Board
|jim gillis||Edward Ashby|
Thanks again for the photo and contacting the cemetery office to confirm his grave is unmarked.
Thank you for taking this photo! It is much appreciated!
Added by MGlass on Sep 08, 2016 5:32 AM
|Amy Nugent||Thelma Nugent Kittinger|
Thank you very much for the photo of Thelma's headstone! You are very diligent in taking photos for me. I appreciate your hard work.
|Bonnie Hagyard-Butler||Gerald Hendricks Jr|
Thank you Elaine for your help on correcting plot location and updating memorial for Gerald I Hendricks Jr..
Also the addition of Photograph of gravemarker to memorial.
I appreciate your help.
|Jan Beasley||Bernard Cornelius Nye|
Elaine, thank you for the photo showing the area of the unmarked grave of Bernard Cornelius Nye, and also thanks to you for determining that the cemetery does not have a record of his wife, Lina Nye. I think I will leave her memorial page as it is, since I do have the death certificate shown there. Thank you for making the extra effort on these memorials.
|Lisa||Memorial# 166089415 Alma Pearl Robbins Herrick|
It was so kind of you to provide the sweet image with flowers on my grand auntie Alma's grave. That really made my day. Thank you so much. Lisa
Added by Lisa on Sep 05, 2016 5:13 PM
|Susan Goble||Anna Burns Moore|
Thank you so much for the picture. Even though there is no headstone. It means a lot just to be able to see where she is laid to rest.
|Kevin Baase||RE: Gertrude Steffen|
OK, thank you.
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