|Sarah Elizabeth felsch||Caroline feddor|
I'm just starting to do my family tree and so far it's been quite a challenge. I am the granddaughter of Ronald david who had a brother, Robert david. His father was john, his wife was Anna and her mother was Caroline feddor. Any help in direction as to further my research that you can send me would be so helpful. I never knew my grandparents and have zero insight from my parents. Thank you.
Added by Sarah Elizabeth felsch on Jul 20, 2016 6:06 PM
|Mary Toth Mihalcin||RE: Toth Family|
Thank you so much, Andrea. After really looking through the site, I realized you've done all of this as a labor of love. Your work is truly inspiring and awesome. So much appreciated! I thought we had to be related as so many of the names are familiar. Thank you from the heart for all the time and care you've given to those who might otherwise be unknown to us.
Added by Mary Toth Mihalcin on Jul 18, 2016 3:21 PM
|JohnK83776||RE: Nicholas and Agnes Rock|
AH HA! My Cousin Chuckie supplied the info. I should have guessed. I will have to email him to straighten out a few of his details. Sorry I didn't see where it said the info was from him, but actually I still don't see it. No problem.
Added by JohnK83776 on Jun 20, 2016 10:43 PM
|JohnK83776||Nicholas Rock photo|
HI Andrea. I believe we communicated some a few years ago. Your cousin was my math teacher at Farrell High. I am curious about the wedding photo that you have posted for Nicholas Rock, my grandfather. Yesterday I came across this same photo listed with Nicholas some how associated with a family tree on Ancestry, although he appears to be an in-law of an in-law on that tree. But I am curious what the original source of this photo online is. It is the correct photo, and most of the info you have listed is pretty accurate.
I am curious how this photo got online, because for 15 years I have been trying to find any documentation of Nicholas's wife's (Agnes Rock aka Yaga Butoryac) immigration. As of now, she remains an undocumented immigrant.
Thank you for all the work you have done putting the Farrell cemeteries online, it has been an invaluable resource for me.
Added by JohnK83776 on Jun 20, 2016 6:30 PM
|Mary Toth Mihalcin||Our Family|
Hi Andrea. I'm so glad I found this site. You've done a beautiful job memorializing our family/families roots! I'm the daughter of Snookie and John Toth. Paul was my brother. I'd love to know how we're related. Thank you for the wonderful work. I'm trying to find out about us...all of us.
Added by Mary Toth Mihalcin on Jun 14, 2016 1:29 PM
|Becky Ague||Floyd Ague|
Hi there! Do yo happen to have any info on my distant cousin? Do you have any info on whom I would contact to find out info on this grave? Thanks so much for your help.
Added by Becky Ague on Jun 06, 2016 10:56 AM
Thank you so much for the transfer of his memorial.
Added by jean on May 12, 2016 9:09 AM
|jean||Paul Francis Bender|
His dad was my dad's brother, making Paul my cousin.
I know it is not within Find a Grave guidelines for transfer, but would you be willing to make an exception? Thank you,
Added by jean on May 10, 2016 3:26 PM
|Pamela Hoffman Winkler||Dondero|
Uh-oh. You're going to get frustrated with me but...there are also two listings for Henry Dondero (1916-1943). One of them has his last name spelled Dodero and that's where you have a lovely photo posted of his grave marker. The listing with his name spelled correctly shows up on the "no grave marker photo" list. Since I was out at St. Elizabeth's taking requested photos, I thought I'd take some of the markers that aren't documented yet. That's why I'm noticing these extra listings. In Henry's case, I just happened to misspell Dondero myself in the search box and was directed to your posting of Dodero. Thanks, again !
Added by Pamela Hoffman Winkler on May 07, 2016 12:52 AM
|Pamela Hoffman Winkler||Dondero|
Hi Andrea! I hope you're enjoying Spring. I've been happy to get out and take some photos. While I was posting photos for memorials in St. Elizabeth's cemetery, I found two memorials made for Enrichetta "Kate" Dondero. Memorial #143812350 appears to be the extra one as #97935281 has a short bio plus links to family members, as well as a marker photo. Thought you might like to know. Kate shows up on the "no grave marker photo" list because of the extra listing. You already have a nice photo posted. I have to say that I always enjoy coming across a memorial that you've posted with a picture of the deceased as well as a complete bio. You do such a thorough and thoughtful job of it. Thank you for all you do for F-A-G!
Added by Pamela Hoffman Winkler on May 07, 2016 12:40 AM
|Ruth Washburn||Monok/Bohach family|
I am researching Anna and Michael Monok they are my Mother's family. I see they are buried in lot #257 St. Michael's Byzantine cemetery, that is owned by the Bohach family. Do you know how these families are connected. I think Anna was 1st. cousin to John Bohach.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Ruth Washburn on May 05, 2016 10:27 AM
|Joe Gatta||Gatta family|
Thank you for all that you do, it is greatly appreciated. I hope you can help in my search. I'm now retired and researching my ancestors. I've come across a lot of information and have found that my great grandparents settled in what the 1910 Census refers to as South Sharon. They arrived from Bagnoli, Irpino, Italy in 1899 and the 1900 Census has them living in Pittsburgh that year but I have records that show them living in South Sharon from at least 1905 to 1913 at 1117 Hamilton Ave. They had a grand total of 11 children with 2 of them born in Italy and the rest in Pennsylvania, most if not all of the other 9 born in Farrell/South Sharon. Unfortunately I found death records for 2 of the children while they were living in South Sharon. I have a death certificate for Mary Gatta born in 1905 and deceased in 1907 with her burial in St. Elizabeth and I also have a death certificate for Domenico Gatta born in 1907 and deceased in 1909, also buried in St. Elizabeth. The entire Gatta family left the Farrell/South Sharon area sometime between 1915 and 1920. The 1920 Census has them living in Marcus Hook, Pa and that is where the family settled for good and also the area where my current family and relatives live, Southeastern Pa/Philadelphia and suburbs. Nobody in my family living now knew about these 2 children and while I understand why they were left behind, I don't want them to be forgotten. I haven't been able to find their gravestones on any of the sites I've been on and I was hoping you might have some information on these 2 Gatta children. I'm thinking they're probably buried together or at least I hope so. Thanks so much and I hope to hear back from you soon. Joe Gatta 484-844-1846
Added by Joe Gatta on Apr 20, 2016 10:25 AM
|Deborah Robison Hoffman||RE: Dominic Albanese|
Dominic died in the Nursing Home in Verona, Pa. He had formerly lived in Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa. His obituary is in The Herald, Sharon, Pa. Wed. Oct, 6, 2010 p. A-5. The nursing home was not located in Sharpsville where I live, it was Verona, Allegheny Co., Pa.
Added by Deborah Robison Hoffman on Mar 29, 2016 9:22 AM
|Sue Ziegler||RE: Planchak|
Thanks! I think Mike and Mary Planchak may be the grandparents.
Added by Sue Ziegler on Mar 29, 2016 3:50 AM
|Sue Ziegler||Question on Planchak Memorial Page|
The six children connected to Leonard Mike (#42454753) and Mary (#42454686)Planchak on the memorial pages do not actually belong to them. The birth and death dates for the parents are too old. The six children are indeed siblings however their father Leonard was born in 1901 and their mother Mary Elizabeth Skourn was born 3/28/1899 and died 9/22/1964. I am not sure when Leonard died but it was after his wife, maybe the 80's. I'm not sure they where they were buried. As for the siblings I know Rosemarie and Leona are buried in St Rose and Deborah in St Elizabeth. Since all the boys died as infants they could be buried together at St Michael's maybe with other relatives of their father's. Just thought I'd let you know about the discrepancy. If you have questions feel free to email me back.
Added by Sue Ziegler on Mar 28, 2016 1:12 PM
I'm a reporter with a newspaper in New Orleans. I'm working on a story about the recovery of the remains of two World War II soldiers from Papua New Guinea. One, John Klopp, was a native of New Orleans and the brother of Evelyn Mizell.
His remains were buried today at Arlington National Cemetery.
I'm trying to contact any family members who might want to talk about him for the story I am doing, which at the moment largely focuses on another New Orleanian, Earl Keating, who was buried in the same location in Papua and whose remains were found at the same time.
I can be reached by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 504.717.1157.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Added by mschleifstein on Mar 23, 2016 3:38 PM
|Jo A. McGinnis||Thanks|
Added by Jo A. McGinnis on Mar 09, 2016 10:22 AM
|Jo A. McGinnis||Memorial|
I was not going to contact you about this situation but another contributor got involved and now I am upset, NOT with you.
I created a memorial for my uncle, John Thomas McGinnis, number: 98385522. I connected him to his parents and the rest of the family.
You had a memorial already created but I did not see it until after I had created mine.
The other contributor contacted Find a Grave to merge the memorials which means I will not longer be the editor for my uncle's memorial.
Your memorial number is: 68116986. My question is: Would you mind deleting your memorial? I would never have asked had another contributor got involved.
Added by Jo A. McGinnis on Mar 08, 2016 6:12 PM
|Joyce Peck||Nicholas Libeg 1915-2016|
If you are related to him, I can transfer his memorial to you.
Memorial # 156055457
Added by Joyce Peck on Feb 12, 2016 8:36 PM
Hello, I am researching my family history and nearly all of their graves (and I do mean ALL) were put on here by you. I was wondering if you could help me find out some information, particularly about Amelia Bonjecovic Rendick and her family. Thank you!
Added by Morgan B on Feb 11, 2016 2:26 PM
|kelly schultz||Hello Andrea!|
I am researching my family history on Ancestry.com. My great grandfather was Samuel Cicco and I have found a photo of his gravesite that you have taken with his second wife Anna M. Cicco. I am wondering what other information that I can find out about Samuel but I don't know where to go. Is there a local historical site that I could go to find out more information?
Added by kelly schultz on Jan 18, 2016 1:21 PM
|Jessica Everhart||Dominic Fornelli|
Hi! Me again.. My uncle Dom... His Parents are: Umberto Fornelli #86438485 and Mae Fornelli # 86441225... Please connect them... Thanks..
Added by Jessica Everhart on Jan 15, 2016 8:05 PM
|Jessica Everhart||Kathryn McLaughlin Phillips, St Mary's, Hermitage|
Hi! This is my aunt... Could you please add her parents memorial numbers.. Caroline McLaughlin #157113693, James McLaughlin # 73379982. Thanks..
Added by Jessica Everhart on Jan 15, 2016 7:02 PM
|Mr. TCC||RE: Margaret Washnak|
Added by Mr. TCC on Jan 12, 2016 1:31 PM
|Patricia W Drenten||RE: Hrusovsky/Sabo|
Thanks for letting me know. Whose memoria is it? I tried to find it but I am hopeless at times. Pat
Added by Patricia W Drenten on Jan 12, 2016 7:38 AM