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Lisa F. (#14845792)
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jeanett rock
photo request
I submitted a request for a photo of my great grand father's grave a couple of years ago and it has never been filled. I was wondering if the next time you were at Lutheran's cemetery and had time if you would try to locate. Herman Bohnhorst b 1867 d1905 grave 288564 plot 25 row 36 grave 43 on map8a the paperwork I have from the cemetery is very old I'm sure of all info expect may be the row is 86. I live in Louisiana and know the chance of my going myself is very slim.

Added by jeanett rock on May 21, 2015 7:15 AM

JP Rayder
RE: Crimmins, Hunt, Mueller, Gaskin, Ewald, Northage
Hi Lisa
I'm just happy to have helped...JP

Added by JP Rayder on May 21, 2015 5:52 AM

MWeakley
Saint John Cemetery
Thanks for the boatload of photos! I added 4 more people after reading you information. I hope that added everyone on the headstone/buried in this location. I was working on my homework earlier this evening.

Added by MWeakley on May 18, 2015 11:22 PM

MWeakley
Lillian Howell
Thanks for the headstone photo!

Added by MWeakley on May 18, 2015 3:04 PM

Barbara Lawn
Fredrick & Theresa Eddy
Lisa, thank you very much for your effort in locating my great grandparents graves and taking the photo of the area they are buried in. Barbara

Added by Barbara Lawn on May 14, 2015 8:25 AM

Patricia Smith
Frank Karcher
Thank you Lisa! Patti (Forge)Smith

Added by Patricia Smith on May 09, 2015 2:14 PM

Thomas Vought
RE: Becker/Corrections
Lisa,

The three who are of passing interest to me are Daniel Becker (1815-1872) Memorial# 112841005, his wife Isabella (1813-1890) Memorial# 112841022 and their son Daniel Becker (1845-1882) Memorial# 112841110.

The cemetery office gave me a printout of the 21 people (one of the 21 is first name 'Bodies' last name 'Becker' interred 18 Jun 1872) buried in plot 153-4. There are a number of headstones in the plot beside the obelisk and I am such a nerd that I am trying to figure out how they are all related. It's a challenge, and I love a challenge.

I was lucky in that Wednesday was an overcast, grey day, so I was able to get some good documentary photos of the polished granite obelisk and all the stones and have posted them.

Once I have relationships figured out then I will hit you with a series of SACs.

Thanks again,
Tom

Added by Thomas Vought on May 07, 2015 9:28 PM

Annabelle ONeill
John Dice #145970700
Hi Lisa -
I see you have been connecting the dots for my grandfather's second family (Nicholas Dice & his second wife Hellen "Nellie" O'Brien Dice). In my childhood, I heard that John (above, called "Johnny" committed suicide. Story is of my mother consoling the widow telling her to go on with her life, since that's how Johnny wanted it.
Have you anything on this?

P.S. I never wanted to manage these memorials because of the things done by my grandfather to his original wife & family. I can expound off line if you are interested.

Cousin.
Annabelle

Added by Annabelle ONeill on May 03, 2015 12:19 PM

BKGenie
Ebner
Thank you so so much for looking for this grave. Even knowing there isn't a stone is helpful. I really appreciate it - Cara

Added by BKGenie on Apr 29, 2015 2:14 PM

Christine Smith Romans
Re: Louisa Smith
Thank you for this image. You need that this is Louisa' s burial site, but that her name is not inscribed. There is also a arrive immediately to the left, of someone who is not related to the family. They seem very close together. I know that Veronica was an infant/toddler when she died, so her father, George, was buried "with"/near her. If Louisa is also here, how did you come about the information and do you happen to know how they are "laid out?" Are they all "stacked" or side by side, etc.? Any info is greatly appreciated.

Added by Christine Smith Romans on Apr 28, 2015 9:40 PM

dalya d
Natkiel at Riverside
so sorry to report that there doesn't seem to be a gravestone. we have a picture of the True Fellowship society stone for you but unfortunately although we photographed many of the stones, there are two or three headstones which are tipped over and unknown. especially for someone as dedicated as you to helping others, we are very sorry we couldn't find his stone for you.
all the best
dalya

Added by dalya d on Apr 28, 2015 6:28 PM

Albert Steinhauer
John D Stepita
Thanks so much for making a great effort to find his grave. I will put in his profile that there is no grave stone

Added by Albert Steinhauer on Apr 26, 2015 8:06 PM

FemGeek
Thank you!
Thank you so much for taking the time to track down the burial places of my Klink/Sesemann relatives at All Faiths. Very sad to see the graves are unmarked, but I guess not too surprising, either, for immigrants in the 19th century. At least now I have a visual of the areas where they're buried, and for that I'm VERY grateful! Thank you again,

Roberta

Added by FemGeek on Apr 26, 2015 1:43 PM

Kerry
Thank you!
Thanks for looking around All Faiths for the Gebhardt headstones. Although you found all of them unmarked, at least we now have their findagrave memorials for them.

Added by Kerry on Apr 26, 2015 10:57 AM

Marsha Mitchell
Bigelow grave
Thank you very much for locating the graves of Henry and Margaret Bigelow, even if it is hidden by this large bush. I appreciate the effort you made to find the location.

Added by Marsha Mitchell on Apr 26, 2015 10:55 AM

Alice
111682129 Claus Doscher
Lisa, I've been trying to figure out your 111682129 Claus Doscher at the Lutheran Cemetery. If you can relocate this monument, could you please try to take a close up photo of the inscription? I think he may be the Claus Doscher in this obit:
"New York Herald, Thursday, September 26, 1872. Doscher - On Wednesday morning, September 25, Claus Doscher, a native of Amt Lehe, Hanover, aged 41 years, 8 months and 5 days. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of the New York Schutzen Corps, J.F.Rottmann, captain, and members of the German Brotherly Society, Henry Cook, President, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Friday afternoon, at half-past one o'clock, from the German Lutheran St. John's church, 79 Christopher street."
It's been a long winter. Have a wonderful cemetery season! :-)Alice

Added by Alice on Apr 24, 2015 5:14 AM

Cathy Alton
Leibrock/Drentlau
Thank you so much for getting these photos for me! Very much appreciated!

Added by Cathy Alton on Apr 19, 2015 5:00 PM

MARY C
RE: PFEFFERLE PIC
Very grateful. Thanks. Mary

Added by MARY C on Apr 09, 2015 7:38 AM

MARY C
PFEFFERLE PIC
WILL IT BE OK TO PUT THIS PIC ON ALL THOSE IN THIS GRAVE? I WILL GIVE YOU CREDIT IN EACH CAPTION. IT HAS BEEN CONFIRMED THAT THIS GRAVE HAS NO STONE.

Added by MARY C on Apr 08, 2015 6:02 PM

Patty P
Otto Kraemer
Many thanks Lisa F for the photo of Otto's gravestone. very much appreciated - dMay I use it on my Ancestry tree, Please. Thanks, Patty p <><

Added by Patty P on Apr 05, 2015 10:30 AM

MARY C
George Pfefferle's Grave
I can't thank you enough for your kindness for taking a picture of Great Uncle George's grave. Lived on LI most of my life, but moved to AZ which makes it impossible to take my own pics there. The cemetery office was not very helpful. I asked if there was a headstone, and they didn't know as they do not keep records of such if it is a public grave. They were supposed to have gotten back to me. I know how difficult it is to find a grave without a marker, and I appreciate the extra effort it took on your part If you ever need pix near Phoenix, I will gladly reciprocate. Very grateful. MARYC

Added by MARY C on Apr 05, 2015 2:05 AM

Karen M.
Thank you
so much Lisa ,For taking the Nicolai Family head stone for me!!!

Added by Karen M. on Apr 04, 2015 6:17 PM

Dave Francis
RE: Dentzer
Wow, thank you for taking this photo. Being such a large cemetery, I didn't think the photo would ever be taken. Thank you again.
Yes, My great-uncle, great-aunt, and my grandmother were the first orphans placed in the Ottilie Orphan Home. If interested, see http://www.dave-francis.com/Ottilie/ Carl died very young and I never knew he was buried in association with the orphanage.

-Dave

Added by Dave Francis on Apr 04, 2015 2:18 PM

Steve Curry
John Wagner; Georg & Johanne Frankenberg Photos
Thanks so much for posting the grave photos for John Wagner and Georg & Johanne Frankenberg.

I really appreciate it.

Added by Steve Curry on Apr 04, 2015 1:13 PM

MSP_nm
Rapp/Flagg family - Lutherna All Saints Cemetery
Thank you so so much for the pictures of Anna Maria Schulheiss Flagg Rapp.

If you get back out that way if you wouldn't mind I'd love to know who is buried in the memorial immediately adjacent to ours.

Thank you so much.

Added by MSP_nm on Mar 30, 2015 12:59 PM

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