|Maria Dehner-Dill (#47914444)|
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Cemetery stone are getting weathered, broken, and stolen. I am recording these stones for their sake and their families. Having these memorials are showing that they mattered and were loved. |
I love the twists and turns in making my family tree. If I can help in anyway with yours, I will.
Please follow the guidelines of Findagrave.com. We all make mistakes, please help correct mine. One thing I won't do is delete a memorial when the prior memorial is made before the person has died. Find a Grave is for the deceased, not the living.
I am currently updating everyone of my memorials at this time so please be patient.
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|Mary Alequin||Troche Rosado|
You have the wrong city for born and died.
She was born in Juyuya, Puerto Rico and died in North Carolina.
|Carol Hopper Bader||Lawrence Mallini|
Thank you so much for the transfer. We appreciate your help and consideration.
|Bebe||Question about your family tree|
You will find I just sent you another message thanking you for how you help people by photographing for Find-A-Grave. After I did, I continued my search and noticed a family name in your tree that matches one of mine. It is quite an unusual name and hard to find, so I was surprised to find it in the St. Peter's cemetery along with my great grandmother's grave. I would like to ask you about it. Am I allowed to ask you about it here on FA-Grave? Is there another way that is better?
Thanks for considering my request. I'm anxious to hear from you.
Added by Bebe on Nov 23, 2014 7:36 AM
Thank you for investing your time photographing the last testimonies of so many people. I especially thank you for visiting St. Peter's cemetery in Coplay, PA where my Messenlehner family members are found. They do matter to me very much, as you said in your bio, and should never be forgotten.
My deepest thanks,
Added by Bebe on Nov 23, 2014 7:10 AM
I sent an request to add her mother and father but it was not done. Could you tell me how I can get this added? Thanks
|Floyd Lanny Martin||Lee Fivel|
"Cemetery Records moved from New City Cemetery July 19 1912"
are from the City interment records as published. Not that these are always correct because the records of an awful lot of the burials are all over the place. Confusing I know. I try to place by marker, Obit, cemetery records such as they are and death certificates such as they are also. The only thing I can testify to as a fact is the marker placements. I did each cemetery totally separate before moving to the next and I made maps so I could go back and check on the locations. I used city plat maps to separate Oleander and Old City. If you have any more questions let me know. Yes I do make mistakes LOL.
Could you please transfer my Aunts memorial to me? Her number is 103768756. My contributor # is 46985372.
Thank you so much.
Added by Texten on Jun 19, 2014 4:05 PM
|Peter Stango||RE: Caley|
your welcome. if I ever get there when the office is open I will surely inquire about the Caley Grave Sites.
hello. I was at st Patrick's cemetery today and tried to find Edward H and John Caley headstones for you. I found a Caley family headstone with no names or dates on it. and also found
James Caley 1831-1915 and his wife Maria 1849-1903
also Michael F. Caley 1899-1900
Lillian Caley 1894-1925
Anne Darcy Caley 1872 1943
Michael Caley 1867-1948
Anna M Caley 1895-1957
if you are interested in any of these photos let me know.
there was nobody in the office to inquire about Edward H and John Caley but next time I'm in the area or if I get a chance to call and see if they can tell me the plot number or location i'll try to get those for you.
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