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|Dale Vokurka (#47099865)|
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i am a paranormal researcher , my team is called m.o.p.r.s. www.moprs.org|
i have twitter/dove218 and i do have facebook/dove218
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|LostGeneration||RE: Stella Pilny|
Your grandmother is now in your care! Have a great day. LG
Are you requesting a transfer? If so, please send me your contributor number. If not, I'm happy to add links or bio information if you use the Edit tab. Thanks, LG
|Bob||Mabel Eddy Braden|
This may be of assistance, both of her parents along with her sister are buried in the same cemetery.
There are a number of other Eddy's that are also buried there. Maybe all located in the same general area.
Added by Bob on Nov 01, 2016 9:22 AM
|OhioSearcher||Benjamin E Gibbs@Middlefield|
Sorry, don't know or have any info on the family.
|Melva "Jo" Wright||RE: Mary Storer Potter Longfellow|
Thank you for your kind words. I am Blessed & proud to call him family. He was a good man and very intelligent. Wish I could speak 5 languages. =)
|Bill McKern||RE: hey bill|
Nothing new. I have a suspicion that Greg Giraldo might be buried at Good Ground Cemetery in Hampton Bays, New York. So far, though, that's just a guess. I'll keep looking.
none sorry. i just like to take pictures of headstones. but he is buried at the veterans home they may have more info on him
Added by brenda on Dec 18, 2012 2:22 PM
|Bill McKern||RE: about Greg Giraldo|
I haven't been able to find out where Greg Giraldo is buried, at least so far.
I found news articles that referred to "New York's Andrett Funeral home" and a "private family ceremony in the Hamptons", but that's it so far.
I'll keep looking...
|Candy Taylor||RE: hi|
Yes I do believe he committed the crime.He had a large part of the ransom money,his handwriting was tied to the ransom notes and the kidnap ladder was built from wood that was matched to his attic.So yes I believe Mr.Hauptmann was guilty as charged.