|Lynn Schmidt (#47939871)|
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|Been doing my family genealogy since 2007, started it when I went to Scotland. I am married for 29 years have 2 daughters and 3 granddaughters. Right now I am working on Chapel Hill Memorial Park in Largo Florida.|
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|Mike ||Walter Gancar|
Many thanks for this great photo.
Added by Mike on Jun 29, 2014 8:05 AM
|Terry Ellen Ferl||Your photos|
Many thanks for the lovely photos you have provided for James Charles and Anna Mabel O'Shaughnessy! Our family very much appreciates your kindness.
Terry Ellen (Todd) Ferl
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Florence Esther Arrigo|
Thank you Lynn, correction made.
|Aleatheah||Clarence E Mott|
Thank you so much for taken a photo of my husbands grandfather's headstone. I really do appreciate it.
|Janis Datz||RE: Machta|
Fabulous. Thanks so much.
|SUSAN HILL DAVIS||Chapel Hill Cem.|
Thanks again for all of your time, efforts, photos and info!
|Wilfred Alan Revering||Agnes Marie Thoennes Pruden|
Thank you for making the changes to their memorials. Have a Great day!
|florida boy 64||Dick Stello|
I see that you posted up Dick's grave photo. Here is another great project for you when you can do it. Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Clearwater you have a famous interment that needs a grave photo that's Dan Wheldon 78554652 he was a race driver that was a 2 time Indianapolis 500 winner ( 2005 2011) in the same row a few graves over is Dr. Elizabeth Koscho the cemetery is only 7 percent photographed and it needs work done on it. When you come into the main enterance you see Jesus on the cross turn left and you will see Dan's grave its a big black tombstone you cant miss it. You can chalk up a famous grave photo.
The surname on the marker should match the Find A Grave page, and the info about other names should go in the Bio section.
|RobMinteer57||Dorothy and Annette Rosenfelt-Rose|
This one's rather confusing, isn't it? They might be sisters, with Dorothy's last name being Rosenfelt and Annette's being Rose, but since the hyphenation is what's on the marker, that is what needs to be on their pages...
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