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Errete (#47233142)
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MPM77
RE: Zabiaur
Hola Errete, soy cordobesa pero vivo en España, en la provincia de Alicante. Me voy a ver si leo las noticias del Curita Brochero que seguro ahora mismo están con su beatificación! Después pasame el link de Zabiaur, asi paso a dejarle una florcita.

Added by MPM77 on Sep 14, 2013 9:59 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Juan Gabriel Brochero (El cura Brochero)
Dear Friend,

So far I haven't been able to locate Jimmy Fontana's burial place, for the cemetery name seems to have not been yet released to the public. Do not worry: I shall send you a message if I happen to come across any details.

In regards of the beloved Cura Brochero, as I have still many other pending memorials for approval, I will work on it when they are hopefully looked into. I won't forget about it.

Take care!

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Sep 14, 2013 2:25 AM

dgr123
RE: Napoleón Uriburu
Erreté, te agradezco muchisimo lo de Abal Medina, es un datazo.
Por otro lado no quiero molestarte y mucho menos si has hecho una investigación personal sobre Napoleón Uriburu, pero tengo alguna documentación histórica que afirma que se halla en la Recoleta: (te la envío para que des tu opinión)
1.Quizás la menos importante es la página http://www.genealogiafamiliar.net/ que afirma que los restos están en la bóveda de Juan Girondo, quien era cuñado de Napoleón. (En ese mismo sepulcro se encuentra el escritor Oliverio y su esposa Norah Lange entre otros).
2. Omar López Matto en su "Ciudad de Angeles" y Zigiotto en su libro "Mil y una curiosidades del Cementerio de la Recoleta" afirman que Napoleón está en la Recoleta.
3. Jacinto Yaben en su gran obra "Biografías argentinas y sudamericanas" va más alla e indica el momento del entierro y los oradores:
"Sus restos fueron depositados en el cementerio de la Recoleta, y en el acto de inhumación hicieron uso de la palabra: el Ministro de Guerra, Ingeniero Villanueva; D. Próspero Zorreguieta; el Dr. Manuel Mantilla y el teniente coronel J. Amadeo Baldrich"
4. En el "Registro nacional de la República argentina - Parte 2 - Página 7 dice que "...al cumplirse el centenario del nacimiento del General Uriburu (Napoleòn)en 1937, Don Ernesto Fantini Pertiné, en nombre del ejército, hiciera uso de la palabra, en el cementerio de la Recoleta, al descubrir la placa homenajeando a esta brillante figura del viejo ejército argentino..."
Esto mismo dice la "Revista del Círculo Militar" vol 38, pag 1102, del año 1938.
5. Y para mi, la obra cumbre de las biografías argentinas, la de Don Vicente Osvaldo Cutolo: "Nuevo diccionario biografico argentino: (1750-1930)" - Página 456, edicion de 1975 afirma lo mismo...
6. El libro de inhumaciones del cementerio de la Recoleta, correspondiente a 1895, afirma que Uriburu entró allí el 9 de septiembre de ese año, convalidando lo afirmado más arriba.

Para finalizar asi como afirmas que Uriburu se halla en Olivos, todo esto lo contradice. Sin embargo, vos personalmente, investigaste y viste el libro de inhumaciones del cementerio de Olivos y la bóveda con las placas... Como puede ser?
Quizás de una sola forma esto es posible:
Que los restos del General hayan sido trasladados después de 1936 a dicha necrópolis.

Otra cosa no tiene sentido...

Added by dgr123 on Sep 14, 2013 1:11 AM

MPM77
RE: Zabiaur
Hola Errete, podés crearlo vos si querés, no hay problema. Que haya algo que lo conmemore es importante. Por cierto, no sabía que se iba a beatificar al Cura Brochero mañana!

Added by MPM77 on Sep 13, 2013 8:14 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Juan Gabriel Brochero (El cura Brochero)
Dear Friend,

Indeed the Cura Brochero is to be beatified tomorrow. You mean to revise the already existing memorial for him, I posted back a few years ago and try to have it accepted as Famous?

Regards my good friend!

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Sep 13, 2013 6:57 AM

Michel SCHREIBER
RE: Bishop Charles-Amarin Brand's grave
Never mind, Errete; I called a friend of mine who's a guide in the cathedral. So, good news: bishop Brand's name already appears on the wall where several bishops have been laid to rest, and he - my friend, not bishop Brand! - will take the picture as soon as possible... Keep posted! :-) Michel

Added by Michel SCHREIBER on Sep 11, 2013 2:08 PM

Michel SCHREIBER
Bishop Charles-Amarin Brand's grave
Dear Errete, the cathedral of Strasbourg being about 500 meters only from where I live, I'll try to get you the wished picture of bishop Charles-Amarin Brand's grave as soon as possible. The only problem is it is located in the crypt, which is not easily accessible. Let's wait, and you'll see (soon)! Best, Michel

Added by Michel SCHREIBER on Sep 11, 2013 1:13 PM

MPM77
RE: Zabiaur
Gracias Errete

Added by MPM77 on Sep 11, 2013 5:23 AM

MPM77
Zabiaur
Hola Errete, me preguntaba si en tu condición de investigador histórico podías con rapidez saber cual fue el lugar de entierro del Dr. José Benjamín Zubiaur. Murió en 1821 y no está en FindAGrave, pero creí que sería interesante que estuviera, pues parece haber sido un personaje importante. Saludos.

Added by MPM77 on Sep 09, 2013 2:46 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Hi Eman!
Dear Friend,

It sure does! Thank you so much for all your interest in regards of Bishop Segura. I am sure that thanks to your contacts and research, we'd be able to locate his burial location. Looking forward to hear from you! Un abrazo!

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Sep 08, 2013 2:23 AM

Tx☆Oma
RE: Conrad Veidt
I did on both of my accounts. :) I first discovered Conrad on The Movie Channel. Now I search for more of his movies. Such a pity he died young. I would've had him live and share his craft for the world. ~ Sue W.

Added by Tx☆Oma on Sep 01, 2013 3:05 AM

Tx☆Oma
RE: Conrad Veidt
You are very welcome. Conrad is my favorite actor of all time. ~ Sue W.

Added by Tx☆Oma on Aug 31, 2013 12:51 AM

Ruggero
RE: Hi!
I'm not lying because in this case I would not be here to answer you.

Ruggero

Added by Ruggero on Aug 26, 2013 4:01 PM

Ruggero
RE: Bernadette Lafont
Hello Errete,
I'm sorry you're so pissed off and you do not believe what I'm saying. I want to try to explain what happened. I take the trouble to do it because I think I'm an honest person in everything I do. I uploaded the memorial for her on the day of her death and mine was the only memorial for her but a few days after I deleted this memorial and added another memorial. To be honest I can not swear that I have checked if there was another memorial made for her by another user but I usually do. My only mistake may have been that on this occasion I did not. I apologize for that. It was never my intention to make duplicates of memorials of other users. I'm sorry that you think the opposite. You do not need to threaten me. Thanks anyway for your understanding and fairness.

Best Regards

Ruggero

Added by Ruggero on Aug 26, 2013 2:32 PM

Ruggero
Bernadette Lafont
Hi Errete,

I hope you are doing well my friend. I'm sure have not you noticed that a memorial for her is already in the famous section (Find A Grave Memorial# 115338316) as I did not realize that you had added a memorial for her before me. This is strange since I always check if someone added a memorial before me. I saw that your memorial is still pending approval. I hope you want to delete it. I apologize for this mess. Your friend.


Best Regards


Ruggero

Added by Ruggero on Aug 25, 2013 2:31 PM

Andrew Hahn
RE: Patricia Schmitz
NOV 19 2003

Added by Andrew Hahn on Aug 23, 2013 10:05 PM

Andrew Hahn
Andrew
Errete. Please See the memorial" Patricia Schmitz, and leave a flower. thank You!!

Added by Andrew Hahn on Aug 23, 2013 1:32 PM

Your Friend In Paris
RE: Zao Wou-Ki
Hello,
Thank you for your kind and thoughtful message ;-)
I only have my phone with me now, but I Will rotate the photo from my computer next Tuesday. Also Will add other photos Which you may édit as you like ;-)
All the best!

Added by Your Friend In Paris on Aug 21, 2013 3:44 AM

Your Friend In Paris
Zao Wou-Ki
You are very welcome for the photo Of Zao Wou-Ki's grave --
It took me a long Time to find ! The graves In the Montparnasse Cemetery (unless In a first row) are Jam-packed together, side by side, end to end.
The reason the photo is at a slight angle is because I wanted to include all Of the wonderful features (built in flower box, both names, and the sculpture) could be included And to get the sun not shining to brightly on the names or in the lens,
at the same time. There is a very tall mausoleum across from this one, making a very narrow passage between the two graves, thus making a straight - on shot difficult. Would you prefer only his name? I have that as well. Best,
YFIP

Added by Your Friend In Paris on Aug 20, 2013 1:39 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Monsignor Ernesto Segura
Dear Friend,

I have corrected the cemetery name as suggested on Bishop Segura's memorial. I would like to thank you for all your interest and help, as well for the photos of the late Bishop. It seems difficult to come across one! I wish you all the best, especially with your interesting job. Keep up the good work!

Un abrazo,

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Aug 06, 2013 6:03 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Monsignor Ernesto Segura
Dear Friend,

Thank you for your interest. I do really appreciate your help and research in regards of the late Bishop Segura. I shall add the details on his memorial, hoping that you would locate his resting place at Mar del Plata.

As you are well acquinted with similar researches for Argentinians, I think that if you have access to local newspapers which date back to 1972, maybe you might also come across some photos of the Bishop and his funeral, and also the details needed regarding his burial transfer.

Looking forward to hear from you. Thanks again for your help.

Un abrazo!

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Aug 06, 2013 12:07 AM

Eman Bonnici
Memorials.
Dear Friend,

I would like to thank you first of all for locating Bishop Ernesto Segura's plot at La Recoleta, as well as for letting me know of the memorials you submitted for Monsignor Viola and Archbishop Galán. Thank you for keeping me in mind. I do really appreciate that!

Un abrazo,

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Aug 03, 2013 12:43 AM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Archbishop Antonio Moreno
Thanks for letting me know, dear friend. It's very kind of you.

Un abrazo,

-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Aug 01, 2013 3:10 AM

Lucy Caldarelli
RE: Djalma Santos.
hello R.
I cite an Italian proverb: "The fish stinks because of the head." A hug. Lucy

Added by Lucy Caldarelli on Jul 25, 2013 2:57 PM

Lucy Caldarelli
RE: Djalma Santos.
Gracias R. Un abrazo. Lucy

Added by Lucy Caldarelli on Jul 24, 2013 3:16 PM

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