|Sandra Walczak (#46794988)|
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|I started with cemeteries as a place to walk, but I started to notice the condition of the older stones, including my own ancestors. I didn't want others not to have these valuable bits of information to bring their own families together. So I walk and take pictures, the best of both worlds.|
I give my permission for the use of my pictures for your family's search.
| Contributions to|
Find A Grave
37,098 Memorials Added
36,779 Memorials Managed
3 Photo Requests
514 Volunteer Photos Taken
58,369 Virtual Flowers
13 Virtual Cemeteries
|Messages left for Sandra Walczak (489)||[Leave Message]|
|Carole F. Blakeslee||Charles & Clara Sturdivant -|
Would you mind transferring a couple of my relatives into my care? They are Charles W Sturdivant #161959033 and his wife Clara # 161959047. I would like to update all the information I have for them. My contributor number is #47015666 I would appreciate this very much.
|Melinda Trayer Nobles||Child Brueckner|
Thank you for the transfer :)
|Melinda Trayer Nobles||#134221230 Child Brueckner|
Would you consider transferring him to my family? He is a relative.
Thank you for updating their memorials.
Happy New Year!
Added by Lavelle on Jan 09, 2017 2:10 PM
|CherylA||RE: J Eades|
Thank goodness. Thought I was nuts! Merry Christmas to you.
Added by CherylA on Dec 13, 2016 9:02 PM
|CherylA||RE: J Eades|
What does this mean? I don't have a J Eades memorial.
Added by CherylA on Dec 12, 2016 9:30 PM
|Michael Stephens||RE: Norbert Lander|
I asked his son and sure enough he is at Calvary. The death cert and his obit are wrong, which is rare.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Clem Aubrey|
|Michael Stephens||Norbert Lander|
Sandra. Norbert Lander's #9125461 (1904-1960) death certificate says he is buried at Trinity. Findagrave says Calvary?
|Bryan Anderson||Clem Aubrey|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. My grandfather was Gunder Anderson. According to documentation, and confirmed by his gravestone, Clem Aubrey was also a part of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm headed with my project, but I'm wanting to eventually publish something, perhaps a book or at least a magazine article. Anyway, may I have permission to use your photograph of Clem Aubrey's gravestone from Findagrave.com (Find A Grave Memorial# 5691346)?
With warm regards,
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