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Lisa Finger (#14845792)
 member for 14 years, 5 months, 14 days
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Debra
RE: Kuhn Graves
You're welcome. I tried to find Adolph Kuhn's grave, but it was much too windy and cold to continue. That part of the cemetery (Northside) is not as well-defined.

Added by Debra on Jan 18, 2015 8:15 PM

Robin Arvickson
Julius Niebergall
Lisa,

I called the cemetery regarding the burial plot for Julius Niebergall. He is buried in lot 10347-10399 Map 3A.

Thank you for helping!!

Added by Robin Arvickson on Jan 12, 2015 1:36 PM

jacksparrow
Photo Request
Lisa,
is it possible to take a Photo of my Great aunt Emma E. Hunold Kelly headstone in Flushing cemetery? The Headstone simple states Kelly.
Memorial# 105219757

Added by jacksparrow on Jan 04, 2015 8:00 AM

RSaal
Saal and Dygert photos requests
Lisa - thank you very much for taking the time to look for these plots. I am sad that you weren't able to find a marker, but that is happening a lot with family members during this time period.

Thanks again for your efforts - have a wonderful day.

Rugan

Added by RSaal on Dec 29, 2014 11:45 AM

GMolan
Christian Grimm
Thank you for looking. I'll contact the cemetery and get the correct plot number
Gary

Added by GMolan on Dec 28, 2014 5:15 PM

christine Devine
GRETA J HAASE
Thank you very much for adding another part of the above mentioned person's grave, this person would have been my aunt, my mum being her sister, my mum actually never met greta she had already left home when mum was born. I'm trying to find out information to pass on to my mum, and wonder if it might be something you would undertake, she is buried in the middle village long island lutheran part of the cemetery plot no.556 map 5. I would like to see an obituary of some kind, and wonder where I can get this, ancestry.com don't seem to be coming up with information, I may even obtain her death certificate, I wondered, if its possible to find any more information about Greta who came to new york when she was 16 and we were told that she sang in a carbaret club, also my mum said she may have been a dog walker, is this sort of thing you might be able to find out from local archives? or is this too much to ask, Would be very grateful, I live in Yorkshire in the uk. So its not something easy for me to do. best wishes and thanks Christine Devine

Added by christine Devine on Dec 20, 2014 4:31 PM

Andrew Croston
JOHN CHARLES LANNING
Hi, I was left a message concerning the info I had available for a John Charles Lanning. Before, I had no info about his plot number and so on, but now I do.

1858- 15 Dec 1896
Lot 1097
Map 5

Is this enough information for someone to actually find and take photos of the plot?

Added by Andrew Croston on Dec 19, 2014 1:29 PM

Glenn Plonk
Catherine Steeman - Queens, NY
I am not certain now that this Catherine is a match for me. If Henry was her husband, that would rule it out. The Catherine Steeman I was seeking was married to Thompson Hanna and lived in Pennsylvania most her life. However, Thompson died in 1873 and Catherine could have remarried. I don't recognize the other names on the monument.

I need to do more research.

Added by Glenn Plonk on Dec 06, 2014 9:21 AM

Glenn Plonk
Catherine Steeman - Queens, NY
Lisa

You have certainly made a major contribution to Find A Grave for many years, and you are commended for your dedication. Find A Grave is a treasure because of folks like you. Thank you!

I am in the process of completing a "framework" of the families on the maternal side of my family consisting of a narrative of the results of my genealogy research and a family tree. Catherine was my great, great grandmother. That is...she is the mother of my great grandfather...Daniel M. Hanna.

Added by Glenn Plonk on Dec 05, 2014 9:02 PM

Robin McIntosh
RE: Muller's Headstone
Thank you again...

Added by Robin McIntosh on Dec 02, 2014 8:15 PM

Robin McIntosh
RE: Muller's Headstone
Lisa,
You have opened the flood gates for me.. With checking family search
Dielmann Muller was Kaspar Muller's brother..Augusta Nolte Muller was his first wife and
Marie Leiss Muller was his 2nd wife... I did not have this info at all... Thank you very much...

Kaspar and Maria Hill Muller

Children:

Do you remember seeing any of these headstones?
Heinrich Tielemann Muller (1864 - 1878)
Charles H Muller (1866 - 1943)
Frederick Muller (1869 - 1870)

My great grandparents
Emma Susanna Muller Wundermann
(1874 - 1966) her husband Augtus Wundermann

Maria Muller Rowan (1877 - 1945)
Justus Wilhelm Muller (1879 - 1881)
Elenore Muller (1883 - 1970)
Dorothea Muller Schrumpf (1885 - 1967)
Her husband Jacob W Schrumpf

Thank you again..

Added by Robin McIntosh on Dec 01, 2014 11:50 PM

Robin McIntosh
Muller's Headstone
Lisa,
I want to say Thank you ever so much for the picture of my GG Grandparents headstone...Its sad that there are vines on the headstone.. When you went were there other family members buried there? There was a family plot for The Mullers and their children.. Was there an fence around the headstones? Thank you again...Robin

Added by Robin McIntosh on Dec 01, 2014 11:27 AM

KRR
Eckmann Graves
Lisa,

Thank you so much for the picture. I am disappointed that the stone is so worn but I really appreciate the picture. I hope to go there someday and your picture makes me feel like I was there.

You are so kind to take the time to do this for me. Many thanks.

Kathy

Added by KRR on Nov 24, 2014 6:24 PM

Pamela Crandall-Luby
RE: Phebe Gardner
Hi Lisa. Thanks for the transfer. Have you found Phoebe Glasier? If not, can you tell me the location of this Phebe Gardner grave in Cypress Hills so I can look around next time I'm downstate and see if they are close. Thanks again, Pam

Added by Pamela Crandall-Luby on Nov 24, 2014 7:01 AM

lorraine wheelan
August Becker
Many thanks for the photo of the Becker Family.
Much appreciated!

Added by lorraine wheelan on Nov 24, 2014 4:44 AM

Gary Kestel
Kestel gravestone
Thanks so much for locating and photographing this headstone. Were there any sign of Killian Kestel ? He was two when he died in 1903. Thanks again. Gary Kestel
P.S. If you need any work done out here in
Montana let me know.

Added by Gary Kestel on Nov 23, 2014 2:08 PM

Cathy Alton
Lutheran Cemetery
Thanks for leaving the message for me to call for a section. I also found their son and his wife there!

Added by Cathy Alton on Nov 20, 2014 9:08 AM

sandlotball
RE: Corp William H. Swarsbrick
Thanks, and thanks for offering to fill the other requests. I have 5 others there at the moment - 3 young men who died in service during WWI & 2 veterans of the same war.
I know it's a big place, plus there are so many outstanding requests at Lutheran, so your volunteering there is just great - and greatly appreciated.

Added by sandlotball on Nov 04, 2014 7:40 PM

Nellie NY
Anna Hausheer, Henry O. Hausheer and James Smith
Hi,
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the Cemetery and for taking the nice photos. I really appreciate it.
Nellie

Added by Nellie NY on Nov 02, 2014 5:15 PM

sandlotball
Corp William H. Swarsbrick
Lisa - thanks for the photograph of this soldier's grave at Lutheran. I've never been to Lutheran and these are the first photos I've seen of it. I'm surprised at how poorly maintained it is.
Pvt. Swarwbrick is buried with his father & brother. Although they're not listed on the government issue stone, it's still their gravesite. Can you add the 2 photographs to their pages as well;
William H Swarsbrick (father) # 137528015
John Swarsbrick (brother) # 137528964
Thanks so much. Your rime and your effort is greatly appreciated.

Added by sandlotball on Nov 02, 2014 5:02 PM

Michael S Faust
Photo of Great Grandparents Grave site
Thank-You very much Lisa for the photo of my Great Grandparents Grave Site, I can see from the photo it was quite a challenge to undertake,I am going to see what can be done to remove the foliage and see if they have a headstone, once again thank-you for all your help in providing the photo and time.

Mike Faust

Added by Michael S Faust on Nov 02, 2014 4:01 PM

Gary Kestel
John and Maria Kestel
Thank you for locating and photographing the burial site. I'm disappointed that no gravestone was found. They were buried many years ago. I wonder if the headstone has sunk beneath the surface.
I'm a find a grave volunteer also. I only have one question. Did you try to probe the area for a sunken memorial? This will put my mind at ease. Thanks again.
I also requested a photo of my great grandfather and grandmother. They are Peter and Louisa Kestel listed on find a grave. Was there a problem locating there memorial?
Have a great day. Gary Kestel

Added by Gary Kestel on Nov 02, 2014 2:34 PM

JA-BXNY
RE: Charlotte Heins Plot Info
😃👍

Added by JA-BXNY on Oct 28, 2014 4:40 PM

JA-BXNY
Charlotte Heins Plot Info
Hi,
I got the grave Site info you needed for my photo request. I have updated the memorial page but here is the info as well.

Lutheran All Faiths Middle Village

Per the Office Staff It is across the Street from the school on the (South Side of the Cemetery)

Public 28, Map 3A, Row 49, Grave10

Thanks for your Search!

Added by JA-BXNY on Oct 28, 2014 11:49 AM

BKGenie
Knueppel
Thank you so much for the wonderful picture. I'm thrilled there is a stone. Can you add the picture to her husband's grave and 2 sons William and Charles? Thanks, Cara

Added by BKGenie on Oct 27, 2014 7:27 AM

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