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Everlastings (#47150597)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 19 days
Mary Jane Evertz
I sent in a request to link Carolyn and the other other sister. Hopefully, it will be reviewed and they will link them soon. Thanks for Ediths dates. I have Andy Bowens email address and email him once in awhile about the Nace's. He is Dorothy's son who lives in S. America I think. Thanks MJ

Added by Mary Jane Evertz on Jul 06, 2014 2:39 PM

Mary Jane Evertz
RE: Nace
Me too! That's how I get off on tangents. Thanks

Added by Mary Jane Evertz on Jul 05, 2014 4:02 PM

Mary Jane Evertz
Thanks so much for the information. Right now I'm about to leave on vacation but when I get back I will add your information and try to get everyone linked. Will let you know after it's done.
I'm from the Belin Powell-John Powell-Ethel Powell Young line. Someone gave me the pictures that included the Nace children so I tried to do a little research so I could put them on findagrave. By the way do you have any pictures?
Thanks, Mary Jane

Added by Mary Jane Evertz on Jul 05, 2014 7:48 AM

13th Generation Fairbanks in America
RE: Carolyn Szalkowski
You're very welcome. I've been working diligently at photographing Doyle Cemetery. I have about 2000 photos that I need to put on, and I happened to have her photo in my file. Best of luck finding all those you seek. Regards.

Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Jul 04, 2014 4:59 PM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: 8296946
I'll do that. Thanks.

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Jun 04, 2014 11:42 AM

RE: Kaseman
Yellow Pages, neither...nothing is called Kaseman in the yellow pages; the complex at 8300 Constitution is listed as "Presbyterian MD."

Added by CryptoGram on Jun 04, 2014 10:54 AM

RE: Kaseman
I'll check carefully when it's more back to normal there; but, even looking online, it seems "Anna" has disappeared. The complex that used to be/say Anna Kaseman now says something more like "Kaseman Campus of Presbyterian Hospital." They've also put in a "valet" area that was not there just a couple years ago.

Added by CryptoGram on Jun 04, 2014 10:49 AM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: 8296946
I thought perhaps you were able to edit the cemetery description assuming you created the cemetery. If not, just ignore my request.

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Jun 04, 2014 9:58 AM

RE: Kaseman
There's some kind of striking/picketing going on over there right now so I intend to go back when I can get very close to the buildings which can't be seen through the trees. "Kaseman" is also printed on one of the doors, but I'm looking to find if it's also still overhead on one of the buildings, which is why I didn't say anything about the one picture I was able to get.

Added by CryptoGram on Jun 04, 2014 9:39 AM

John Trexler Warren
Thanks very much for your note about this gent. I have incorporated the new info (link to his mom, his birthdate and first wife's name) into his memorial.

I added him because in going to our church we saw each other often, but he never stood out. He probably served on committees with my dad. I never knew he particularly loved our church, nor that he was a Trexler. It came totally out of the blue to learn his family affiliation and to learn he left his estate to our church.

In any case, I added him with the additional intent of locating his place of rest and had not gotten around to doing so. Your note was the kick in the pants I needed; I called the funeral home and he rests in Greenwood Cemetery (just above the ASD stadium, near the Farmer's Market). Giving you this info is not immediately helpful, as he is presently the only Warren in Greenwood on the site, but in real life probably more of his family is there. I do see a ton of Trexlers there, some memorialized by you. I had to smile that you have Frances Trexler Schmidt there... I remember her from my childhood. Her sons Victor and Art (the latter still living) were good friends of my dad, and later were his employers. My dad wanted to hold my wedding reception at their family restaurant The Farmhouse until he realized all the people wouldn't fit. You may know too that Granny Schmidt's bakery is named for Frances as well. Frances's sister Marion Trexler Baldrige was my godfather's mom. The Schmidts were not particularly bookish, but Marion's son would be the editor of "The Diary of Judge Frank M. Trexler".

And yes, if it is not too much trouble, I would be curious about the inheritance which may have allowed John Warren to write his book. I'm not a Trexler, but they have surrounded me much of my life, and they feel like family.

Added by sr/ks on Jun 02, 2014 9:32 AM

RE: Anna Kaseman 40211354
There's actually a separate "branch" of Pres that was called Anna Kaseman Hospital, but now seems to be Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital. There's some on-line info here:

I almost always have a camera with me and will snap a shot next time I pass there.

Added by CryptoGram on May 31, 2014 12:40 PM

RE: Trexler Cemetery
It is the same. I noticed that too. Maybe John J and Martha's headstones are just missing. I wish I could shoot the whole cemetery. I'm afraid my husband would kill me if I tried. lol

Added by steph7896 on May 31, 2014 7:31 AM

RE: Illinois Death certificates
Thanks for the help. =) I saw David Holloway was buried beside his first wife. I'm going to the Trexler Cemetery around end of July for Gillson side of my family. I'll look then for her headstone. I haven't been in 20 yrs. Looking forward to it. If there are still request I'll fill them. My dad always said I was related to most of the folks buried there.

Added by steph7896 on May 30, 2014 9:13 PM

Martha LeCrone Trexler
Do you know if she is buried in the Trexler Cemetery as Trexler or Holloway? I have her remarrying in 1907. John passed away in 1904. Here is her memorial #39628960. I'm just curious.


Added by steph7896 on May 29, 2014 10:13 PM

Paula (Etzel) Redmond
RE: George Read
You are welcomed!

Added by Paula (Etzel) Redmond on Apr 27, 2014 6:13 AM

Andrew Daft
RE: Read Family
Thank you for the photo for Henry Calvin Read. Nice catch on the other Reads - Clarence was Henry's grandson. I submitted the parental links for Clarence to the manager of his memorial.

Added by Andrew Daft on Apr 13, 2014 2:04 AM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: John Sell
I don't remember the others but perhaps they were all in the same category as John Sell which you did explain very nicely. It was late when I saw them. My apologies.

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Apr 04, 2014 9:43 AM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: John Sell
You may have said something before but it's hard to remember every reason a person has for duplicating memorials. But you must be aware duplicates complicate adding family links and photos. Which one do we choose. . I would suggest if you wish to have several memorials for persons, that you mention in each bio the reason for such a decision. That way you will not have to explain over and over. And then we can choose which of the duplicate we wish to consider bona fide. Are you also aware you have the same people buried at different cemeteries in findagrave. Some Lutheran and some UCC.

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Apr 04, 2014 7:07 AM

Andrew Daft
RE: Henry Calvin Read
If I recall correctly, I did so at the time the photo was taken.

Added by Andrew Daft on Apr 04, 2014 6:43 AM

Andrew Daft
RE: Henry Calvin Read
Thank you for letting me know, but I am aware of that.

Added by Andrew Daft on Apr 04, 2014 5:47 AM

Karen Smith
Find A Grave Memorial# 43986350
In the bio you listed his daughter Anna as married to Russell Kocher but she was actually married to Paul Floyd Kocher. Anna is my husband's Aunt.

Added by Karen Smith on Mar 31, 2014 11:18 PM

RE: Numbers
I believe Johnny's small marker is on one side of the larger family marker and you can see charle's & Rachel's small markers behind it. Looking from Rachel's side of the family marker, Johnny's can bee seen behind and to the left of the family marker.

Added by kcracrah on Mar 03, 2014 2:32 PM

Nice message...but just let Corey know that it is a relative and give him your member number and he would transfer.......but to transfer, use the edit button on Charles's memorial page. Makes it easier for Corey to remember who you are asking for.

Any help you need, let me know! Glad I found Charles's obit as I have been to that cem soooooo many times looking for him but found other Numbers...not him.

I "think" I have an sd card of OddCamden I took one day when I was out there looking for someone else, that his grave photo might be on...if not I will go there this weekend and get it.

We have been hit with TONS of snow past 2 mths esp this month and if he has a flat stone and it is covered, it won't show up. Melting slowly but supposed to be almost 60 end of this week and should be all gone.........sssssssssssh we don't want/need anymore~~hugs

Added by gennie on Feb 18, 2014 8:16 PM


I just checked the other cemetery, there is already a memorial up for Charles, BUT YOUR memorial, even though it was the wrong cemetery is THE FIRST ONE UP FOR HIM and the other was added by Corey and it was done AFTER YOURS!

Therefore, if you just change the cemetery on yours in the space ON THE MEMORIAL you added first, you can get findagrave to merge the two and you be the owner of the memorial, or you can send a request to Corey and ask him to transfer his to you or delete his and keep your original.

Corey is a sweetheart to work with so just giving you an option to keep it.


Added by gennie on Feb 18, 2014 8:47 AM

Charles Numbers
Hi he is not in that cemetery...he is in Oddfellows CAMDEN delaware. Here is his obit...don't know if someone already has him listed in Oddfellows Camden..
Charles 'Dave' Numbers, 78: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Delaware State News (Dover, DE) - Wednesday, February 23, 2000

DOVER - Charles "Dave" Numbers of Dover died Sunday Feb. 20, 2000, in Capital Health Care Dover. He was 78.

Mr. Numbers was born on Oct. 17, 1921, in Philadelphia, the son of John and Rose (Davis) Numbers.

He graduated from Smyrna High School and attended the University of Delaware. His college career was interrupted by his service in World War II. He served in the 84th infantry division, "The Railsplitters," in the Battle of the Bulge. He was award a Purple Heart. Upon his discharge from the Army in January 1946, Mr. Numbers resumed his college education, graduating from the University of Delaware in 1948.

He taught at Seaford High School for one year. In 1949 he began teaching in the Junior High School of the present Capital School District. He retired in 1980.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Rachel Numbers of Dover; and a son, William Numbers of Dover.

Graveside service will be 1 p.m. Friday in Odd Fellows Cemetery. Camden.

Added by gennie on Feb 17, 2014 7:31 PM


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