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LLGuth (#47203822)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 17 days
RE: John Wheat
John is my 4th Great Uncle. What I have been able to figure out is; John is buried at the same place as his brother Benjamin. Benjamin's wife maiden name was Sprague. One of John's sons was buried there as well. His name is Major. My information shows him born in 1798 But some one on Find A Grave shows him born in 1830.


Added by DBS on Feb 19, 2015 5:24 PM

L Evans
RE: Virginia Biernasz
your welcome! I often wondered.... if twin brothers married twin sisters... would their children look alike? if they were identical twins, that is....
what a unique family story to have twins marry twins of the same family!!!

Added by L Evans on Jan 29, 2015 6:38 AM

Mike Hughbanks
Hartman, Hamshers
Hello, I want to thank you for the work you have done with Find a Grave and my extended Hamsher family. I am so pleased to have pictures. Is this your family as well?
Thank you so much.

Debra Thomas
Omaha, NE

Added by Mike Hughbanks on Jul 27, 2014 11:04 PM

Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold
Your Welcome

Added by Linda ~ In Loving Memory ... on Jul 27, 2014 8:10 AM

Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold
Your Welcome
I added photos for a couple of the other St. John's too if your interested. Have a good Sunday.

Added by Linda ~ In Loving Memory ... on Jul 20, 2014 8:22 AM

Michael Duffy
RE: Lewis Moose
I asked because some folks prefer to cite some or all of the obit in the bio of a memorial rather than cluttering the image area.

Added by Michael Duffy on Jul 13, 2014 12:30 PM

Michael Duffy
RE: Lewis Moose
I cancelled the Lewis Moose edit as I can't recall where I stumbled upon the information linking him to Arnold Moose. I'm not related to this family.

While trying to retrace my steps about Lewis, I found an obit for Arnold and added an image of the notice to Arnold's memorial. Let me know if you prefer it removed.

Added by Michael Duffy on Jul 13, 2014 10:04 AM

Carol Darling
RE: photos
I'm curious why you would like me to turn off my date stamp on my camera.
Personally, I like it there so that if I want to go back and find my info for that particular photo, I know where to look.
I know it can be bad if it covers up a part of the inscription, which I try to avoid.

Your thoughts?


Added by Carol Darling on Jul 03, 2014 9:19 PM

RE: Thankful Todd
When I zoom in, I believe I see her husband as Eliezer ... And since there are two Eliezer Todd graves in this cemetery, and one stone matches hers, I would rule out Gideon as her husband. Unfortunately, Todd is a common name in this area.

Added by Heidi on Jun 28, 2014 5:52 AM

Larry Krueger
RE: Joseph Stanley Biernasz tombstone

You're welcome.
Sorry there isn't any date on his sided yet. Did he die recently? I added that same photo on both as you probably already saw.
I notice you have no death date for Joseph.
If you want to find his dates, email me and I will give you the number of the woman in an email, not on public message, that has the burial records for that cemetery.

Added by Larry Krueger on Jun 04, 2014 9:43 PM

Ron West
RE: your hard work
Well, Thank You! I do this because I enjoy it and I am hoping it makes a difference to someone else down the road. And it keeps me off the streets (and in cemeteries). I think that too many people start to take this volunteering thing way to seriously after a while. To me it's just for fun and no one owes me anything when I am done. But, if ever offered me six months free for all my "hard work" I certainly wouldn't turn it down.

Take care!
Rob West

Added by Ron West on Apr 13, 2014 9:50 AM

RE: your hard work
Thanks - I do what I do because it is fun for me - not for any other reason - thanks for taking time to comment - Sometimes I wonder if anyone reads the entries - I hope you find the people you are looking for. Jo

Added by Joanna on Apr 13, 2014 8:04 AM

Sally - Midcoast Maine
RE: your hard work
Thanks for the kind words.


Added by Sally - Midcoast Maine on Apr 13, 2014 7:38 AM

Gary Leszko
RE: Leszko family tree
Hi Linda,
I checked my family tree with no information on that name. Sorry! That part of the family is a brick wall also. Very frustrating!! My Dad never wanted to give me any information about his family from the same countries of Poland/Austria??? His fathers name was Peter Leszko. They lived in Maywood (Chicago) Illinois. I've searched extensively.

Added by Gary Leszko on Feb 28, 2014 9:14 AM

Ronald E Schuler
RE: Abner M Moose
no im not related,, but I enjoy taking photos for people and I usually end up with more because I take the photo in a whole section,,, you are welcome to maintain any of your relations memorials..

Ron S

Added by Ronald E Schuler on Feb 06, 2014 9:25 PM

mary gersten
RE: Bartrow family
Alice Bartrow was my husband's grandmother. His grandfather was Phillip Gerstenschlager. Alice and Phil were married and divorced twice 1919-1931 and 1933-1943. I know that She and Arnold Bartrow were married in Ohio on August 13, 1943. It was his second marriage (he supposedly had a son who he did not see following the divorce). His parents were John Bartrow and Clara Shovan. They lived in Harbor Beach also.

Wayne had 3 half brothers and a half sister. All of my information is on

Added by mary gersten on Jan 11, 2014 4:03 PM

Marya Poligaca Biernasz Pilip
Marya's grave is not at St. Adalberts. She is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Crivitz, Wisconsin. The stone just says Mary Pilip.

Hope you and your family had a lovely holiday season.

Donna Biernasz

Added by Donna on Jan 07, 2014 7:52 PM

Cindy Allman
I also wish you & your family a great Christmas &
a wonderful New Year
I had our Christmas on Sunday so I have rested
today. Grandchildren are to old for Santa now.
Have a great week,

Added by Cindy Allman on Dec 25, 2013 11:13 AM

RE: Jacob Moose
You are correct. He remains buried on the property of A. Farrel Moose.

Added by TMcManaway on Dec 24, 2013 8:34 PM

RE: Jacob Moose
I bounced your question to a friend of mind, Joe Moose. We should get a reply very soon.

Added by TMcManaway on Dec 24, 2013 8:32 AM

Cindy Allman
Merry Christmas
Just a few words to wish you and your family a
Blessed Christmas & New Year that will be Blessed
with fun & good health.
Have a Blessed day,

Added by Cindy Allman on Dec 09, 2013 6:39 AM

Barbara Haines
Moose Family
Hi! No, I'm not directly related to the Moose family, but they are part of my extended collateral line. As for the information I listed, it's all from records and histories that can be accessed online--I just like to make people as 'real' as possible as a way to honor their lives.

I created memorials for several of the Moose family in order to link them together in the hope that one day a family member would come along to adopt them. Allison has sent me numerous email updates, and I've transferred Floyd, Arthur and their parents over to her.

Merry Christmas!

Added by Barbara Haines on Dec 06, 2013 2:54 PM

Cindy Allman
Hi again,
I have looked in the Albany - Oneida - Livingston - Ontario Counties in New York and could not
find William & Lillian Baldwin or Peter Moose.
I will keep looking.
Have a great day,

Added by Cindy Allman on Dec 05, 2013 11:00 AM

Cindy Allman
Merritt Moose
Lillian Married William Baldwin and I don't know
where they are buried.
1 child: Evangeline 10-14-1901 not married.
Retired Secretary in Albany, NY
Peter is buried in Mt. Vernon Cem. Springwater, NY
__-__-1869 12-2-1920 Candice Lake, NY
Wife: Camelia Weller 1877 - 1937
no children
I will try to find more info
Have a Blessed Holiday,

Added by Cindy Allman on Dec 05, 2013 6:57 AM

I got your obituaries for the Pilips and wondered how we're related. My great-grandmother Helen Kocielko was a sister of Frank Pilip, father of Eddie and Walter.

Added by Koach on Nov 21, 2013 3:26 PM


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