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14567Re: [bukowsko_triangle] St. Nicholas (GC) cemetery - Minersville, PA

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  • Debbie Greenlee
    Aug 12, 2014
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      Rob,

      Very nice work and lots of it. I will send you a separate email with a
      few suggestions.

      Debbie


      u2rob@... [bukowsko_triangle] wrote:
      >
      > Hi all,In late May I visited the cemetery of St. Nicholas Ukrainian
      > Catholic Church in Minersville, Pennsylvania. During that visit I
      > photographed the remaining 40% of "left side" gravestones that
      > Philip did not already have transcribed on his website at
      > http://semanchuk.com/gen/data/minersville/StNicksIntro.html
      >
      > My transcription data will eventually be added to Philip's site,
      > but you can view/search it here in the meantime:
      >
      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SmPnIj3FTMlZpce7MTFQ9NJNP_sHMe-R41GPErUZPUs/edit?usp=sharing
      >
      > Some notes:- I was using a camera lens that was slightly damaged en
      > route. Though I'm all but certain that this didn't cause any
      > errors in transcription, please let me know if you think I may have
      > made a mistake somewhere.- As is explained in Philip's
      > introduction, Alternate Name Spellings are provided solely as a
      > "best-guess" courtesy, and as such they should be taken with a
      > grain of salt. - Blank cells in the spreadsheet indicate that
      > information was not available. Question marks indicate that
      > something was engraved, but I either couldn't see it in my photo or
      > couldn't read it. X marks (like "19XX") indicate that space was
      > left for something to be engraved later.- Please feel free to email
      > me with any questions or requests that are specific to single
      > names/stones at robwanenchak (at) gmail (dot) comBest,Rob
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