|C. Z. (#47976728)|
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I hope finding an image of your relative's cemetery marker pleases you. I have done my best to take a clear readable image.
They are scaled down to fit Find a Grave requirements.
I could not have fulfilled these photo requests with out the help of the ladies in the cemetary offices, particulary Amy at the Westlawn office,who looked up more than 150 names in additon to her regular duties.. This is a huge undertaking and she is to be commended."
it is getting more difficult to get the location from the cemetary offices. They are very busy.
if you are requesting Westlawn in Canton Ohio, please call the cemetary office (330) 455-4021)and include the section letter or number in your request. This makes it easier for me to locate your family member since there are over 5000 interments.
I also take pictures of the nearby grave markers will similar names and appearance. if your request does not have a family link listed, please write to check...who knows I may have taken another image you could use.
If you want to use any of the pictures that I have taken, you may. You may upload them to ancestry.com. Please do this in the manner of sharing to help others find their family members and for genealogy studies. They cannot be used to sell.
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|Deborah Vetrone||Jack Clark Kahler - 118381924|
Could you please upload the photo that you took for Harold and Evelyn Kahler (66224849) to their son's memorial?
I want to make sure that you get the credit for it, but it would be nice to have it on his, as well.
Thanks a million! Deb
|Virginia Arnold||Karl Charles Kern|
Thank you for the headstone photo
|Michael Wood||Thanks for Samuel Lichty|
Thank you for the image of Samuel Lichty from West Lawn Cemetery in Canton, Ohio. I greatly appreciate your help and work in preserving the history of our ancestors. Mike Wood, 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Website www.mkwe.com/home.htm
|Roma Leon||Thank You|
You recently took a photo of Lena Schachne's grave in West Lawn Cemetary Canton, and I am not sure I thanked you at the time.
I do apologise if I didn't - the present generations have taken more of my time than the past recently, but I am just getting back to the famiily tree and really appreciate what you did for me.
Thanks very much for the great, high resolution tombstone photo.
|spookymonk||RE: graves at Westlawn in Ohio|
Hey thanks, I'm in the process of doing that as well as linking everyone together. So far I only know of Robert Norman Bream in sec: T lot: 57. His wife and his kids should be in the same lot though. I'll try to get everyone's exact plot over the next week or so, just don't know how slow businesses are going to be over the holidays.
Thank you so much for taking the photo. I really appreciate it and will be sure to pay forward your kindness. Liz
Thank you very much for finding and photographing these gravesites. It is greatly appreciated.
Diana Stillman, RN
|Aviva||RE: Lichtenwalter marker|
Thanks for the offer. I am only related to the Lichtenwalters through George's wife Alice (Ream) Lichtenwalter Kincel who is my first cousin 3x removed. None of their children are buried there. It is interesting to see that Alice is buried with her first husband and her second husband Ceright Kincel is buried with his first wife. It is interesting to me as the family story is that my great grandmother had my great grandfather's first wife burial plot moved after he died so she would be the one buried next to him.
Added by Aviva on Dec 16, 2012 3:40 PM
Thank you so much for uploading the photo of the Lichtenwalter marker. I truly appreciate your taking time to do a random kindness for a stranger.
Added by Aviva on Dec 16, 2012 1:30 PM
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