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Una vita vissuta (#47373281)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 28 days
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Kevin Baase
RE: Spengler / Barry
OK, no problem!
Added by Kevin Baase on Dec 15, 2016 5:20 AM
Kevin Baase
Spengler / Barry
Hi there! I see you added a photo to the memorial for Helen Spengler (85103944). Would you be able to add the same image to the memorial for her brother Philip (173927371) and his wife Dorothy (173928295)? Thanks!
Added by Kevin Baase on Dec 14, 2016 9:28 PM
James Clair
Lu, Thank you for all the pictures you have taken the time to get for me. I appreciate all the work you have done at Mt Carmel. Jim
Added by James Clair on Oct 26, 2014 8:45 AM
Cathi Murphy
Mary Mikulitsch #107077897
Hi, you provided a picture of Mary (Berwanger) Mikulitsch's headstone on a memorial, created by Seedsofcuriosity, on 4/14/13. Mary was my grand aunt and unfortunately there were no pictures of her in my family's records. The only one I found, which I posted here, was a passport photo I found on I would much appreciate it if you would give me permission to use your photo on my public family tree with Ancestry and I, of course, will list you as the source. Did you happen to snap a picture of her husband's headstone, as well? He was John Mikulitsch (1883-1969) and is also buried at St. Joseph Cemetery in Chicago.
Thank you so much!
Cathi (Berwanger) Murphy
Added by Cathi Murphy on Oct 26, 2014 4:26 AM
James Clair
Mount Carmel
Lu, I need a favor. You posted a pic for William Clair Brown #74857753. Did you see a wife buried next to him. Her name was Adeline Kinnel Brown but I think she may have remarried after William died. He was only 31 when he died. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks again, Jim
Added by James Clair on Oct 02, 2014 5:27 PM
Joe Griffin

Do you remember which section he is buried in and is the cemetery big? Thanks
Added by Micah on Jun 07, 2014 10:36 PM
James Clair
If you have time
Lu, Thanks for the photo for James C. O'Brien #75055313. Mt Carmel, Hillside. I have a problem. Is there a way to get a printout or list of O'Brien family members buried in Sec C, Block 1, Lot 1. Trying to locate some if his family members. Wife, Anne is buried in a different cemetery and I don't know why. Thanks for any help you can give me. Only when and if you have time. Jim
Added by James Clair on Apr 07, 2014 4:07 PM
Eric & Linda Carr
Henry and Anna Blink
Just going thru some of my family and don't know if I ever thanked you for the photo's. So, just in case, I'm thanking you now. It is very much appreciated! :)
Added by Eric & Linda Carr on Nov 18, 2013 8:13 PM
Volunteer photos
I am sorry you are having problems in the responses to your work. I have had photos from my Ancestry public tree used in Find A Grave memorials. So, I am tagging my photos with my name and date before I download them to Ancestry. Both Ancestry and Find A Grave give the original source credit, but when photos are taken out of the original venue, there is no copy protection.
The web link between the memorials and Ancestry is a mystery. Ancestry states they have no control over Find A Grave. It is more of a service for Ancestry members. I don't know how long it takes from the time a memorial is created until it becomes a hint or web link on Ancestry. I guess I need to check it out on Find A Grave.
Thanks again for the work you have done for me.
Added by jgwehren on May 05, 2013 6:43 AM
Carrie Wehren
Thank you so very much! I am very grateful to you. The company that did this engraving was the same one that created the original headstone in 1961 when the younger sister died.
Do you know anything about having the memorial linked to I would like my other family members to see the stone in my public tree. Some memorials are linked in and some not.
Added by jgwehren on May 04, 2013 11:05 PM
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