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Melissa Johnson (#46777873)
 member for 9 years, 8 months, 17 days
Karen Schlussel
Hi there :)
Found you on findagrave :)

Karen

Added by Karen Schlussel on Aug 27, 2014 1:39 AM

AGraveSituation
Canfield- Johnson
Parents were disconnected from John C. Johnson. I checked my records and have no idea where I got the information connecting him to your 5yh great-grandparents or his middle name. Looking at the way the notes were written, it is possible that I saw it on ancestry.com. Any further clarifications will be made upon request. Sorry for the confusion.

Added by AGraveSituation on Feb 06, 2014 2:40 PM

John J. Rynkiewicz
Catherine (Hajduk) Michalski
Melissa,

Hi, I see that you have posted memorials from the St. Stans RC Cemetery in Nanticoke, PA. My great aunt Catherine (Hajduk) Michalski is buried there and seeing that I live in Lockport, NY and on my last visit to Nanticoke I tried to find her headstone but was not successful. Would it be possible for you to get a photo of her headstone for me if you live in and near this cemetery. I would be forever grateful.

Thank you for all you do

God Bless,

John J. Rynkiewicz (JJRynk@hotmail.com)

Added by John J. Rynkiewicz on Jan 12, 2012 5:24 AM

Lnanaa
Peter and Margaret Kernan
Hi there!

I was wondering if you are related to Peter and Margaret Kernan?

I am researching the Kernans Family Tree and my great great grandfather, James Kernan, is brothers with Peter Kernan. James was the youngest one under Bryan and Elizabeth Kernan. :)

Lauren

Added by Lnanaa on Aug 21, 2011 11:48 AM

Islington
RE: Catherine Flumerfelt (sister of Lester)
hi, the best person to contact is my dad, he has been researching the flumerfelts for a long time. Lester was his grandfather, i am sure he can help you a lot, here is his addy: erielack1@yahoo.com

take care. :D

Added by Islington on Aug 08, 2011 9:05 AM

Islington
RE: Catherine Flumerfelt (sister of Lester)
hi, the best person to contact is my dad, he has been researching the flumerfelts for a long time. Lester was his grandfather, i am sure he can help you a lot, here is his addy: erielack1@yahoo.com

take care. :D

Added by Islington on Aug 08, 2011 9:04 AM

Mister Pisces
Ryersons
I was looking for Ryerson's in Newark, thats how I have i have come to you.
I am under the impression that you are doing the research of your family tree. The persons of interest for me are Lilly and Horace("Harry") Ryerson.

Added by Mister Pisces on Apr 02, 2011 3:53 PM

GermanGenealogist
LAU & ENGELHARDT lineages
Hi Melissa Johnson!

Thank you for your posting of this LAU gravestone.

Lynell & Karl-Michael Sala, http://www.germangenealogist.com/?page_id=2 are the genealogist teammates successfully working the LAU & ENGELHARDT lineages for a client on the East Coast. We presume you are related.

We've found the LAU family in every USA Census (1930, 1920, 1910 & 1900) after their separate arrivals in the USA.

We found John Baptist Lau's 1903 patent for a "car-brake."

We have J.B. Lau & a son in a 1930s passenger list, where they obviously visited German & Italy.

Are you able & willing to help finance the extensive research we are doing in German records of 2-4 villages? We will share our findings in accordance with your contribution.

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Added by GermanGenealogist on Feb 20, 2011 11:34 PM

GermanGenealogist
LAU & Family Resear
Lynell & Karl-Michael Sala of GermanGenealogist.com are doing LAU

Added by GermanGenealogist on Feb 20, 2011 10:52 PM

Nikita Barlow
Johnsons in Mt. Pleasant
Greetings, Melissa!

Thanks for your message. About 8 years ago I'd photographed the stones of Col. Eliphelet Johnson (d.1760), and Joseph Johnson (d.1733) in addition to the stones of Ellena & Thomas, who died in 1694. I referred to them as being buried in the "Johnson Family Plot" just because their headstones were all together. Any info in the Johnsons' biographies beyond what can be gleaned from the stones came from local historic society accounts of colonial Newark, not a burial list per se. The cemetery office could probably provide you with numerical locations for these graves, however, as well as others buried in that location.

Merry Christmas!
Nikita

Added by Nikita Barlow on Dec 24, 2010 11:08 PM

 
 

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