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Hi,I'm Phil(ippe) from Belgium (Flemish Part).|
I like to visit cemeteries where famous people are buried and I also like the older tombstones.My favorite is the tombstone of William Wetmore Story, "the angel of grief" in the Protestant cemetery in Rome.(Find A Grave Memorial# 18029441)
I also like to visit military cemeteries.
If I can help someone to take a picture of a grave, please let me know.(if possible in Belgium)
William Wetmore Story was an Artist. By the time he devoted his energies to sculpting he already had a successful law practice and had published poetry, essays, and the papers of his father, Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story. One of his finest pieces of sculpture is "Angel Of Grief," the tomb of his wife Emelyn. Others are "Cleopatra," "Semiramis," "Libyan Sibil," "Sardanapalus," "Judith," "Delilah," and "Jerusalem Desolate." Among his writings are "Life and Letters of Joseph Story," "Roba di Roma," and "Proportions of the Human Figure." (bio by: MC)
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|Lindsay Gregory||Flying Officer Leonard Eric Gregory|
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to take the photograph of my Uncle's grave.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Lieut Roger Lambert|
hi Phil...you have 2 memorials for the same person.
Memorial# 115631486 and Memorial# 115631506
could you please delete one of them..thank you
|Todd Whitesides||Guy van Avesnes|
Thank you for making the connections on his memorial.
|Anonymous||RE: Petrus Hernalsteen Welle|
Do you happen to have any idea or guess of what cemetery they would be buried in ?????
|Elizabeth Carty||RE: Private Albert John Leek|
Thank you so very much for photographing the tombstone of Albert John Leek. He is my husband's uncle who died in WW1. Everyone is very excited to see it, as no one in the Leek family has been able to travel overseas to view it.
|Janice (O'Bryan) Byington||RE: Private Robert K. Vidito|
Thank you so much.
|julia&keld||RE: Ella Von Schultz Adaïewsky|
thanx! struggling to find her - do you mind to send a link?
|SusanR||Lieutenant Frederick Beach Morrison|
Thank you for the photo. Frederick is a distant cousin of mine.
Added by SusanR on Nov 17, 2012 1:30 PM
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|Thomas W||thank you|
thank you for the picture of my ancestor's grave Henri Nestle. I wish I could find it's location on google maps. hope to go there one day.
Added by Thomas W on Jul 13, 2011 11:54 AM
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