|Donna Wilhelm Rose (#47686138)|
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I love taking pictures and would love to help you out if I can. I am working on my family surnames: Demler, Reichert, Kolbe, Gombert, Davis, Ripley, Wilhelm, MacDonald/McDonald, Francis, Ribbeck, Rose, Foster. If there are any relatives to any of the surnames above and wish to contact me, you may.|
If you wish to respond to a photo I have left on a memorial, please leave me a message on here with name and the cemetery.
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|Kitty Lambert-Rudd||Re; Edmond R Kabalan, Memorial# 132508590|
I don't know if you are interested in posting obituaries to the memorials that you have but I search out and transcribe ones I find then send them off to the creator when there is an established memorial... if you prefer I not send them to you just let me know and I will stop. If you wish to copy my transcription (below) and post you may do so. I know the value of an obit... small bits of info can open a door.
Happy Stone Hunting!
From the Obituary of Edmond R Kabalan
Relatives and friends may visit from 4:00 - 8:00 pm, Monday, March 11, 2013 at the Lombardo Funeral Home (Northtown Chapel), 885 Niagara Falls Blvd Amherst, NY 14226.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 am, Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at St. John Maron Church, 2040 Wehrle Dr. Williamsville, NY. Please assemble at church.
Entombment at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
Thanks for taking the photo of my fathers headstone at Mt. Olivet cemetery. It's much appreciated. I was not able to locate my moms, however. She is buried next yo my dad. Harry and Mary Dobson. Harry died, 4/17/89 and Mary died 8/31/91. Thanks
Thank you for creating the memorial for Winfred and Emerson Eidenier. Emerson was my grandfathers brother!
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Thank you!|
The distance and close up photos are so appreciated. A very nice gift!
|Daniel Neumann||Ernest Paul Neumann Grave marker|
Thank you very much Donna - Dan Neumann
|Ellen Herrmann||"Joan" Jones|
The second Joan Jones in Sweeney Cemetery was born the year Joanna died, so they lived at two entirely different times.
I understand that Mr. Toy is now the late Mr. Toy, so I can't try to contact him to find out if the memorial for his "Joan" is in any way related to Joanna Gillie Jones. I do not have her in my tree, at least not yet.
I was hoping a photo of the younger Joan Jones grave marker would lend a clue in trying to figure out who she is and if she is a relative.
I am going to reissue the photo request, just in case someone can find the grave.
Thanks for trying to help.
|Jackie Minyard||Lucy Dimm|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph my ancestors graves. It is greatly appreciated.
Jackie Carney Minyard
|Ellen Herrmann||RE: Joan Jones in Sweeney cemetery|
Thank you for all the wonderful photos for the Jones and Campbell families.
That's the right gravesite. Johanna Gillie used a nickname of Joan, she was the daughter of John Black,Sr. and Ann Jenn Mullay Gillie. She married George Washington Jones on 12/18/1860 in Buffalo and had 7 children that I know of. Still working on the resting places for more of their children.
I really appreciate all your help.
Ellen Martin Herrmann
|BK||RE: Richard C. Wittkowsky|
OK, TY. What I meant was when I asked "Do you know whose those are?" is if they might have been members of the Hodge/Beaver family or the Wittkowsky family that I might have missed (whose names and dates were on the markers).
Added by BK on Sep 07, 2015 3:22 PM
Thank you very much for the photo of Alice Jones! I see you took all the ones in the grouping as well, I really appreciate it.
Added by Jeni on Sep 07, 2015 12:41 PM
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