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Todd Walker (#46600954)
 member for 12 years, 7 months, 27 days
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Christie J. Fox
RE: Stanislaw Rybka - D: 1927
I made a mistake...Stanislaw was WWI draft not WWII.

Thanks for everything.
Christie

Added by Christie J. Fox on Mar 29, 2015 11:58 PM

Christie J. Fox
RE: Stanislaw Rybka - D: 1927
Stanislaw Rybka was born in Lomza, Russian-Poland on February 20,1876 and he grew up in Korzeniste, Russian-Poland, came to America and worked in NJ, Scranton, PA in coal mines, Cleveland, OH, and Duquesne, PA area for the railroad
died March 3, 1927 in Duquesne, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
buried at: Holy Family Cemetery National, McKeesport, PA.
naturalized American Citizen, registered for WWII draft
His parents were Franciszek Ribka (parents Jan Rybka and Marianne) and Katarzyna Ruszczyk (parents Valentin Ruszczik and Ludwika Antoniak) of Poryte Parish, Korzeniste, Russian-Poland. Stanislaw had 2 brothers that we know of Jan Rybka born 1868 Korzeniste, Russian-Poland and Konstanty (Gus) Rybka born 9/19/1881 listed as Lomza, Russian-Poland resided in Weirton, WV..
Stanislaw left widowed his wife Anna Alicka (surname spelled different ways) from Kolno, Lomza, Russian-Poland
They had 6 children:
Wladyslaw R. born 1904 born Poland married Helen Lemanski (from Spindler, PA/NJ) in Shaker Heights, Cuyahoga, OH (her parents Boleslaw/Benny Lemanski and Waleria Wisniewski of Plock then PA/NJ);
Josepha/Josephine Rybka born 4/18/1907 Cleveland, OH;
Anna born 1/271909 Cleveland, OH,
Joseph born 11/29/1910 Cleveland, OH,
Stefania born 3/10/1914 Cleveland, OH and
Stanislawa 3/1918-7/4/1920 Cleveland, OH


Thank you.
Christie J. Fox

Added by Christie J. Fox on Mar 29, 2015 11:55 PM

jackie lowrie
sarah lowrie
Thank you for posting the tombstone for Sarah Lowrie. It also has death date and place for her husband John Lowrie. It appears that they died on the same day - Dec 27, 1837. Do you know if they both died in PA ? Is John buried in PA or in Mobile, AL ? Have you found any evidence that they may have had another child, perhaps a son named Robert ??
Thank you for whatever information you may be able to share about these ancestors.
Sincerely, Jackie Lowrie

Added by jackie lowrie on Mar 10, 2015 2:16 PM

hawk41
Henry Weeter, 8261408
Hi, in case you are unrelated or have no special interest in Henry and his wife, I am a direct descendant and would be happy to accept a transfer. I promise to treat them with tender loving care. Anne, hawk41, 48427986

Added by hawk41 on Mar 04, 2015 7:01 PM

Mary Jane Kratzenberg Senn
Ruffing Transfer

Thank you so much for transferring Robert, he is now connected with his parents and siblings.
Your footwork is really appreciated.

Janie

Added by Mary Jane Kratzenberg Sen... on Feb 11, 2015 3:02 PM

Sara Cobb
RE: Photo usage
Thank you so much, I'm so pleased. It so lovely when others are so willing to share and collaborate. Cheers to you!

-Sara

Added by Sara Cobb on Jan 31, 2015 9:57 PM

Sara Cobb
Photo usage
Hi Todd,

Thank you so much for the pics you've posted and the work you are doing to help those of us using F.A.G. It is much appreciated. I was wondering if you would allow me to post some of your pics to my online tree if I properly credit you and F.A.G. There are some Shreffler relatives I found specifically, but there may be other too. Thank you for taking a moment to consider my requests.

Blessings,
Sara Cobb

Added by Sara Cobb on Jan 31, 2015 11:21 AM

Don Neff
Louise and Victoria Crame
Hello Mr. Walker,

You are listed as having submitted the photos for the graves of Louise and Victoria Crame from the Hoffman Cemetery in Smithton and I'm wondering if you are of any relation to them, and if you may have any more information on their family tree, specifically their parents or siblings. I've hit a dead end in my searches with both of them and am hoping you may be able to help. The family tree they are related to are the Devette's of Washington and later Lilly Townships.

Kindest regards,

Don Neff

Added by Don Neff on Jan 06, 2015 1:06 AM

Colyn
RE: Sidney & Dove (Pincus) Weiner
You are most welcome, Todd. I like doing this for others, and the Shaarie Torah Cemetery is a really lovely place to spend some time. Sidney and Ducky are well cared for.

Added by Colyn on Nov 10, 2014 10:12 PM

Beverly Pepiton
Thank you
Thank you for the quick transfer. I am so happy that there are some others that monitor their accounts as I do.
Thank you very much!

Added by Beverly Pepiton on Oct 21, 2014 6:06 PM

dfb
Doris Walker
Thank you for additional information. Are you related? I am not and would be happy to transfer if you are. Please use edit button to LMK. tx.

Added by dfb on Oct 18, 2014 5:05 PM

Suzanne Doyle Nichols
RE: Robert & Dolores Holmes
I am so happy to help.

Added by Suzanne Doyle Nichols on Oct 03, 2014 2:31 PM

Dave Lehman
RE: Woolevers @ Oldfield Cemetery
Thank you so much for your kind words but I am merely trying to pay it forward!

Added by Dave Lehman on Oct 02, 2014 8:46 PM

Ron Kocian
RE: Bostaph & Klinger photos
I have to agree with your opinion of St. Petersburg Cemetery; it is one of my favorites also. The little Presbyterian church in whose yard the cemetery lies lends beauty and dignity to the folks at rest there. At noon the church bell sounds the hour and that is followed by a chimed hymn of a couple minutes duration; lovely indeed.
I must admit though, the cemetery has a bit of eccentricy about it. I don't remember the names off hand but there is one small marker that has the man's name, birth and death year (1915), the man's nickname (turkey)and the notation, "Folk Hero"; and that's all. Who was this guy and why was he a folk hero?
Then there is this lady's large stone marker (19th century) that has a full sized coffin shaped stone attachment with a removable lid.
I could go on but I shan't bore you longer. I most likely will make another expedition to St. Petersburg in the coming week and perhaps come across more of your kin.
All the best,

Added by Ron Kocian on Sep 26, 2014 5:19 PM

Carl Catherman
Erma Shoup
Thank you very much for updating her memorial. I appreciate your promptness.

Added by Carl Catherman on Sep 23, 2014 9:49 AM

Alberticoღდ
RE: Alberts at Mount Chestnut Cemetery
Hi Todd!
Thank you for the transfers and I will be honored to care for them as if they were my own. Thanks again, Cheers! :)

Added by Alberticoღდ on Sep 02, 2014 10:41 PM

Alberticoღდ
RE: Fritz
I have transferred them to you. My pleasure. :)

Added by Alberticoღდ on Sep 01, 2014 5:05 PM

Alberticoღდ
Fritz
P.S. Are Pearl and George Fritz distant relations as well? Would you me to transfer them to you? Let me know.

Added by Alberticoღდ on Sep 01, 2014 5:01 PM

Alberticoღდ
RE: Shirley A. Fritz
Hello Todd,

I appreciate your reply and thank you for your understanding. I had been going around and around trying to figure out the protocol as to what to put in the fields when one is presented with new information. Your kind words make me feel like I am headed on the right path. :)

I transferred Shirley's memorial to you since you are relation. It makes me happy knowing that she is going to family. It's the reason why I am doing what I'm doing because I found some of my family on here and it really made me feel like I have somewhere to visit since I cannot actually go visit them in person. So in turn, I am wanting to do the same for others as well. Glad you stopped by and I always welcome input.

Cheers!

Added by Alberticoღდ on Sep 01, 2014 4:58 PM

Alberticoღდ
Shirley A. Fritz
Hi Todd,
Thank you for the additional information that you provided. I appreciate it very much. I accepted all the edits except one, the date of death for Shirley A. Fritz. The marker itself says 1932 and as per the forum and findagrave's FAQs, the information on the marker is what should be entered into the appropriate fields (unless it's more information where there are blanks such as middle names, place where they died, etc).
Since the year of death was the only thing that didn't match to what was on the marker, I left that alone and did not make any changes or adjustments to the year of death.
However, I did add that additional information that you provided into the bio for anyone doing research and gave you credit as well.
I have gone around in circles on the forum asking questions about what should be entered into the fields (name, dob, dod, etc) and I got my answers last week so I thought I'd stop by and let you know.
Cheers, thanks a lot my friend. :)

Added by Alberticoღდ on Sep 01, 2014 3:28 PM

Arnold Isaiah Bell Davis
53036935 & 53036979
Thank you very much for taking the time to photograph the memorials of Joseph and Jane McKee Tebay. I really appreciate your efforts!
Arnold Davis
Ocala, FL

Added by Arnold Isaiah Bell Davis on Aug 05, 2014 6:40 AM

Etta Bell Miller
Bryan stones
Thanks for your help with these stones.

Added by Etta Bell Miller on Aug 04, 2014 6:06 PM

Kaye
William F. Harmer-again
Oops, just looked closer at the second photo. How wonderful that you were able to get his parents' headstone in the background! What an interesting shot! Thanks so much!

Added by Kaye on Aug 03, 2014 8:57 PM

Kaye
William F. Harmer
Thank you so much for the photo of little William's headstone! So sad when a little one dies. Glad that he will be remembered. Appreciate your time and effort.

Added by Kaye on Aug 03, 2014 8:55 PM

Jack Gilchrist
Grace Lehman Photo - Thanks
Thank you for the photo taken of Grace in the Presbyterian Church of Portersville Cemetery in Butler Co., PA.

Your efforts are most appreciated.

Added by Jack Gilchrist on Aug 03, 2014 8:43 PM

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