|Jim Craig (#46551563)|
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Remember - there is a story under every tombstone. I am working to see that these people are not forgotten.When my dear friend Rabbi Moshe Kushner z"l, heard of our work to memorialize the departed, he said "Todah. Really a big Yasher Koach." Little did we know that we would soon be memorializing him as well. NOTE: If you want a memorial page transferred to you, just ask. I almost always transfer when asked. ALSO: I give my blanket permission for any of the photographs I have taken and posted on Find A Grave to be used for any non-commercial purpose. Enjoy the photos - that's why I took them!|
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Thank you for the photos!
Added by Tanya on May 21, 2017 4:27 PM
|SearchingforFamily||George Henschel Webster|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph my great X2 Grandfather!
|PMS Sillix||Ann and Morris Dan|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Ann and Morris Dan's headstones. It is very much appreciated.
|Reader2||RE: Alsterlund/Mork photos|
I am the granddaughter of Swedish and German immigrants to Chicago. Since I was a child I have been interested in (and maybe even fascinated by) the immigrant world of Chicago before World War II. I now satisfy that interest with Find A Grave and Ancestry. I am creating Find A Grave memorials for the Chicago area cemeteries, mostly on the north side. And submitting edit requests for memorials already created. Even though I now live in northern California my interest in Chicago is still there.
I have sent you at least one edit request. I have a question. How much information do you want. I can include copies of death records or other sources to show you my sources. But they can also be added to memorials. Some owners want them. Others do not want to be bothered. Since I have the sources in front of me I would like them added believing the more information the better. Tell me how you work and I will send you what you want and only what you want.
Whoever planted the shrubs next to the Mork grave marker didn't think ahead. Thanks for that extra effort.
Added by Reader2 on May 14, 2017 8:46 PM
Thank you for the photo.
I thought there would be a military marker for Reinhold Alsterlund because his memorial says there is one. It means a lot to me to see where my family is buried even though there are no markers. Using your photo I can find on the Rosehill map where they are buried. The Mork marker (also my family) is lovely and unusual with the shrubs on each side.
Thank you. You have made a difference for me.
Added by Reader2 on May 14, 2017 7:25 PM
Thank you so much!
|DCatlin||Fannie Nidetz-died 1930|
There are two Fannie Nidetz in the Waldheim cemetery. Was David C married to them both? One died July 1930, and the next died 1948 (this one having been married to Abraham Krinsky first). Since you posted the photos, I was hoping you might know a little of their history.
Added by DCatlin on May 13, 2017 9:37 AM
|DCatlin||Nochman & Rachel Krinsky|
I'm helping a friend research her family tree. I noticed you put up a photo of Rachel on Find A Grave! I was so thrilled to find it there for her. They are her 2nd great Aunt & Uncle. Her great-grandfather is Nochman's brother, Abraham.
Are you related to her too? Is there more we can learn about them? Any other family photos? I'd be thrilled to chat with you if wouldn't mind sharing?
Added by DCatlin on May 12, 2017 12:04 PM
|Marton Kahan||RE: Kohns & Snyders|
Are the 2 cemeteries in one big area? I will make the changes so that all are marked Westlawn.
From the picture of the 7 graves lined up left to right, I am missing Gerald Snyder and Marilyn. I hope you can get them later.
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