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Dick Mann (#46961724)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 6 days
Annita Dial Barnett
I visited Aniela's memorial and I think her name is very pretty. Thank you for sharing.

Added by Annita Dial Barnett on May 23, 2014 7:05 PM

Other lastnames
A few second ago I found memorial of your other great grandmother, Maria Bonk Osiowy. You wrote that her parents lastnames were "Bonk" and "Niemczuk". Do you know where they were born? Because these lastnames sound familiar. I think that somebody could made "Bonk" from "Bąk" and "Niemczuk" from "Niemczak". There are a few people with these lastnames in Markowa and around Markowa.

Added by Carolina on Apr 02, 2014 1:29 PM

RE: Inglot family
Yeah, now I know that the Markowa of your ancestors is definetly my home village. It's quite obvious that your ancestors changed the spelling of their lastname, "Englot" is way easier to pronounce for native english speakers.
There are about more than 1800 people with lastname "Inglot" in Poland nowadays but definetly most of them are setted in subcarpathian voivodship (where Rzeszˇw, Łańcut and Markowa are). I'm gonna leave you a link to the map, if you want to check this by yourself:
I'm afraid that I'm not able to give you more informations about your far relatives who could possibly still live in Markowa because it quite big village nowadays (more than 4100 people). Do you know anything about your family members (maybe your great grandmother parents or her siblings?) who stayed in Poland when she left? Or maybe you know some other lastnames than "Inglot" and "Gala" of your family members? I'm asking because my grandparents family is very big in Markowa and have "blood connetions" with a lot of Markowa inhabitants.
If you have any questions I will do my best to give you as much informations as I could. :)

Added by Carolina on Apr 02, 2014 1:21 PM

Inglot family
Hi, my name is Carolina and I want to leave you this message because just a few minutes ago I've seen memorial of your great grandmother Aniela "Nellie" Englot Krupski who, as you wrote, was born in Markowa, Galicia, Austro - Hungarian Empire, now Markowa Poland. All this because I live in this village since I was born, my family lives there since our eldest known ancestors. In all Poland there are two villages called "Markowa" but there is only one which belonged to Austro-Hungarian Empire so it has to be my village.
In Markowa there are still people which lastnames "Inglot" or "Gala", these are very old lastnames in Markowa. "Inglot" is more popular than "Gala".
I'm writing this only to let you know that... Oh my god, I went so excited when I discovered your great grandmother memorial on this page! I knew that before world war I a lot of people left Markowa but I would never dare to think that during checking some memorial just for fun I will find someone who was born here, in Markowa, where I'm sitting now with my computer!
My ancestors, who would maybe know your ancestors are long time dead, and probably I'm not able to give you any informations if you would have any questions but... I just wanted to let you know that I was so surprised. :)

Added by Carolina on Apr 01, 2014 10:10 AM

Silent One
RE: Maria (Bonk) Osiowy Memorial
Hello is my pleasure to sponsor Maria's memorial...reading her story tugged at my heart she passed at such a young age...God Bless

Added by Silent One on Dec 03, 2013 11:42 PM

RE: Helene (Ruth) Geres/Reitenbach
Hi Dick,thanks for updating Helene(Ruth)Geres/Reitenbach and Fred,They are my Aunt and for a transfer I dont need it transferred but thanks for asking and linking them up.Im new at this so I dont no all the rules about transferring. T.Ulmer

Added by Ulicz on Nov 26, 2013 5:46 PM

Bear Hugs
RE: Albert M Mann
Excellent! Glad I could help...Y

Added by Bear Hugs on Jun 16, 2013 1:26 PM

Neal Underwood
RE: Haas family

Thanks for the transfer. I have updated all the records with the additional information I had and all the ten Haas children are now listed together under their parents.

I did see there is one more record that was not transferred: George N. Vernon # 52928025 / husband of Amy May Haas

That should complete them.

Thanks again.


Added by Neal Underwood on Oct 04, 2012 5:55 PM

L Lemon
RE: Charles R & Ida Lillian Haas
You are very welcome!


Added by L Lemon on Feb 04, 2012 9:21 PM

L Lemon
RE: Charles R & Ida Lillian Haas
Will do this sometime today..

Thanks and good luck!

L Lemon

Added by L Lemon on Feb 02, 2012 9:29 AM

Margaret Rose
RE: Welcome aboard
Thank you Dick .... it is very interesting. Hope to be able to get the grasp of what I'm doing to be able to contribute more.

Added by Margaret Rose on Jan 21, 2012 12:39 PM

wojtek osiowy
Witam,czy mogę zaprosić Pana do rozmowy na temat rodziny OSIOWY.Potrzebuję informacji gdyż rodzina mojego Dziadka Maciej Osiowy rozjechała się po świecie,prosze o kontakt

Added by wojtek osiowy on Dec 18, 2011 10:03 AM

RE: Stanley McClean Photo
You are welcome!

Let me know if there is anything else you need in this area.


Added by Alison on Jul 10, 2011 7:33 AM

RE: Stanley Clarence McClean - Beechmount Cemetery, Edmonton
My brain must be getting waterlogged as I could not see that # on the map!

IF they do not oblige with a photo then let me know and for sure I will get over there and take one for you, I have a few I need for my friend's tree so I should be there within the month. (Weather permitting)


Added by Alison on Jun 18, 2011 2:30 PM

RE: Stanley Clarence McClean - Beechmount Cemetery, Edmonton
Good Morning Dick

I have added his name to my list for next time I am near Beechmont however in the meantine if you write to them at they just might have a photo on file to send to you. One lady on Find A Grave told me that they didthis for her.
Did you get his plot # from The reason I ask is that the number you gave does not appear on their cemetery map, so I am curious.


Added by Alison on Jun 18, 2011 5:44 AM

RE: Your passion

I realy do enjoy reaping the benefits of graving the exercise in the fresh air helps my Dr and I keep my Lyme disease under control AND I get to
'meet' all kinds of wonderful people

Added by Alison on Dec 06, 2010 2:03 PM

Jacqueline McVittie
RE: Osiowy family
Thanks Dick. I'll try to post new info/photos etc whenever I can.

Added by Jacqueline McVittie on Jun 08, 2010 9:01 AM

Jacqueline McVittie
RE: Osiowy family
Dick, I just realized I had the address wrong (.com instead of .ca). I'll try again.


Added by Jacqueline McVittie on Jun 07, 2010 8:51 AM

Jacqueline McVittie
RE: Osiowy family
Thank you so much! My sister knows so little about her family. I REALLY appreciate your help! Initially I tried to email you directly but I don't know if that email address is now defunct? If I had your correct email, and you would like, I could send you an invite from the site so you could see the photos I've posted from the Osiowy side. Just getting going on that and only have a few, but you may like to see them.
Thanks again

Added by Jacqueline McVittie on Jun 07, 2010 8:49 AM

Jacqueline McVittie
Osiowy family
Hello Mr Mann
My name is Jackie and a kind gentleman who is assisting me with ancestory research forwarded the link regarding the Osiowy family. I am not directly related to this family but my mother's first husband was Felix Osiowy (although he spelled it Oshowy for some reason) and I have a half sister Bernadette, so this lineage was still of interest to me. I was so amazed that he found all this information. I am just curious as to how you know the relationships of the different people? Anthony P Osiowy was my sister's grandfather. I was just wondering how you know that Anastazya and Wawro are his parents? I find this all very intriguing and I am so thankful that you have posted this information.

Thank you so much!

Added by Jacqueline McVittie on Jun 04, 2010 10:22 AM

L Lemon
RE: PS Charles R & Ida Lillian Haas
If you DO find out that these are your relatives, let me know and I will transfer them to you.

L Lemon

Added by L Lemon on Mar 28, 2010 11:42 PM

L Lemon
RE: Charles R & Ida Lillian Haas

I got these from Shasta County Records, and not from actual graves. But,it does sound like it may be your relatives. Do you also have a relative named "Elmer A Haas?" I also have him listed AND he was also born in North Dakota ...quite a coincidence!

Sorry I can't be of more help.

Shasta records were found at

Good luck!

L Lemon

Added by L Lemon on Mar 28, 2010 11:35 PM

Brant Gibbard
RE: Exeter Cemetery
I see that photo of the Semple headstones was taken on 29 Mar 2007, and Amy did not die until in August of that year, which would explain the missing date (although I have also seen stones where the records show the person was indeed interred there, but nobody got around to updating the inscription on the stone to fill in the missing date)

Added by Brant Gibbard on Mar 24, 2010 5:36 AM


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