|CarmasKid||Pelkey grave markers|
I was out at St. Mary's/Mt. Calvary today. I found some Pelkeys but not the two you requested. I didn't have enough time to walk the whole cemetery. I'll look again next time I'm, out there.
I don't know how much you know about St. Mary's. It has no identifying markers for grave location and there are no sexton records available either. There are many stones broken and/or upended. Luckily its probably got less than 2,000 graves because you just have to walk it all and hope to see what you're trying to find.
Added by CarmasKid on Jul 20, 2014 8:29 PM
|Julie Kennedy-Carpenter||Thank you for the heads up!|
Thanks for the heads up on the subject you just sent me! I really appreciate it! Julie
Added by Julie Kennedy-Carpenter on Jul 12, 2014 8:12 PM
|Robin Workman||RE: Paul Gilbert Laginess|
I didn't get any corretion info to confirm, so I transfered it to you.
Added by Robin Workman on Jul 10, 2014 9:01 AM
|Richard Van Wasshnova||RE: Michael Streicher|
Thank you for pointing out my bad connection to Mike Streicher. I knew Mike and Charlie Streicher as 2 bachelors living together on Streicher Road. They were moms cousins and dad worked their farm while my brother and I played in their yard and barn. We got turkeys from their nephew, Danny Ferstle next door.
Added by Richard Van Wasshnova on Jul 06, 2014 11:37 PM
|Nancy Worlen||Venier Family|
You say you're researching the Venier family. From what area, my friend married a John Venier from Gibraltar.
Added by Nancy Worlen on Apr 18, 2014 8:46 PM
|Rita Bagley||Groth Photos|
Hi Jared, It was so nice to talk to you today. I thought more about the family photos after we got off the phone. I may be interested in some to show my children their family roots! It would be awesome to see pics from Walters younger years. I could distribute pics too as I am in contact with a couple of the family members from the Arrasmith family I keep in touch with Johnny's family and Also Nieces from Groth Family cousins off my children. If you could share these Either scan and send or mail. It would be great. Thanks for all your efforts to piece these family roots together. God Bless You and Merry Christmas, Rita
Added by Rita Bagley on Dec 20, 2013 4:55 PM
|Rita Bagley||RE: Hi there|
Hi Jared , You could give me a call and would be easier to talk and maybe get you some more info so you can connect with the family. I just today saw this e-mail link to you in my mail box. Do give me a call 574-277-4945. Sincerely, Rita Groth Bagley Fred was a great Uncle to my Kids!
Added by Rita Bagley on Dec 10, 2013 10:22 AM
I came across Anton Krzeminski on Ancestry.com while researching my Krzeminski relatives in the Toledo area. My Great-Grandmother, Michalina Krzeminska lived with her sister Leokadia shortly after arriving in the US in 1907.
I noted from the 1910 Census that there was an Ingacy Krzeminski living right next door to my GGmother. When I followed his trail back, figuring he was probably related, I found that he had lived at 180 Dexter St in Toledo in 1898. Viewing the image of the City Directory, I saw that an Anton Krzeminski also lived at 180 Dexter that year.
Could this be your GGfather Anton? Do you know the relation to Ignacy (Ignatz)? Or if there is a relation to Michalina?
Thanks in advance for your reply,
Strangely enough, I used to live in New Boston, MI and attended St. Stephen's Catholic School and Church.
Added by TJD on Jul 13, 2013 8:18 PM
Hi Jared. My name is Andrea. My mother, Elvira Mogyoros and I were searching for information about her father, Zsigmond Mogyoros and we came across this website. We are interested to know if you have information about the Mogyoros family. Zsigmond passed away 2 weeks before my mom was born, Rose her mother had no contact with the family after mom was born, so we don't know anything about the Mogyoros family or their history.
Kind regards, Andrea
Added by Andrea on Jun 16, 2013 9:11 PM
I will try---will be going there next week. The two people you are looking for are not on this site (I checked) but you might like to look at it--Ellis Library & Reference Center, Monroe MI Go to genealogy link: resources available at MCLS-newspapers- obituaries. Gives name of person, maiden name of female, name of husband/wife, maiden name of wife, parents w/maiden name of mother. It is great. Can also use: name contains, so looking for someone and want to find a last name with what the mother or wife's maiden name was can take you there also. Diana
Added by Diana on Jun 01, 2013 8:15 AM
|Sherri Czuchra||RE: Memorial Transfer's|
Hi Jared, how are you today? I sent an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with a list of people. I do not recommend doing that but, I believe they have it set up now differently. Try using the edit key from each memorial page and request for a transfer or update. They no longer go to Laura at all. Give it a shot and let me know if it works for you. If not, e-mail Find A Grave at the above address and ask what they would suggest.
If you see my name on any that once were Laura's, please just send me a one liner requesting a transfer and I will be happy to send them to you.
Hope you have a great day, good luck, and big hugs to you.
Added by Sherri Czuchra on May 31, 2013 2:10 PM
|Elinda Card||RE: Webster/Duffey|
Jennie Webster Duffy was a sister to my grandfather, Henry Clay Webster. I did find more Duffy info on Ancestry.com . My online tree is Ancestors of Elinda Poorman Card if you would like to see what I have on Henry. So Jennie would be a great aunt.
Added by Elinda Card on Apr 13, 2013 8:43 AM
|Elinda Card||RE: Webster/Duffey|
I am related on the Webster side. My mother was a Webster. Jennie would have been a sister to my mother's father...
How about you? I have no info on the Duffy side.
Added by Elinda Card on Apr 02, 2013 8:34 AM
|Pamela Stegmaier||Stephanie Samonek|
B:27 Nov 1908 in Poland
Married: Walter Stanley (Krzeminski) Uminn Sr. sometime before 1928. Daughters names was Frances Stephanie (Krzeminski) Uminn:
Birth 29 May 1928 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Death 3 Dec 1982 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
There are two census the she is listed in and only a few days apart. On 2 Apr 1930 she was living with her parents and siblings, married, with her one daughter. Then on 9 Apr 1930 she is listed as one of the patients at the Wayne County Home and Insane Isylum.
With this in mind, she could have died and been buried at the Insane Asylum. I saw that you were looking for her on Find a Grave.
Added by Pamela Stegmaier on Mar 05, 2013 9:06 PM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Langton's|
I also am related throuh a marriage. A lot of the Langtons were family friends. If you would like me to transfer any to you just let me know.
I lived in Carleton for 26 years and attended St. Patrick's and my children went to school there.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Dec 27, 2012 2:30 PM
|Richard Van Wasshnova||RE: Laginess|
I retired to Calif. 11 yrs ago. I asked my siblings is anyone could take some pictures in Rockwood cemetery and 3 of them went there together Aug 2011.
They photographed Lawrence & Edith stone because we have an uncle and cousins and others named Laginess but I don't know his parents.
Edith however is my 2nd cousin once removed going back to David Gonyea and Euphrosine Brancheau.
My brother mapped many of the stones but not yours so can't give a location but it isn't a very large cemetery.
Can you tell me Lawrence's parents please?
Added by Richard Van Wasshnova on Dec 27, 2012 9:29 AM
|The Lady in Black||RE: Re: Laszlo Mogyoros|
Glad to help out, Jared--what did your cousin say about the photo? I'm always interested to know what people think.
It's nice getting notes like yours--that's one of the reasons I like graving: helping people when I can.
Sorry so late on this--I've been rather busy.
Added by The Lady in Black on Jun 07, 2012 2:39 AM
|brielle hampton||RE: hi|
This is so cool. I'm only 21 and its really cool being able to learn my family tree and how far it goes back. How far were you able to go back? Year wise I mean??
Added by brielle hampton on Apr 18, 2012 8:37 PM
|brielle hampton||RE: hi|
Yea my grandpa is Eddie. My mom remembers uncle picky(edsel), grandpa Eddie(Edward), Sandy, Linda, Michael, and she thinks one more, as Connies kids. Irene smith is Connies sister. And gracie is Helena daughter which is Connies sister. There's a lot.
Added by brielle hampton on Apr 10, 2012 3:07 PM
|brielle hampton||RE: hi|
Hi! It's so cool hearing how far back the family goes. Constance (or grandma Connie) is my great grandma. Her son Eddie is my grandfather. Her daughter is Linda beaudrie. Eddies kids edsel I believe his name is but we all call him uncle weasel is my uncle, and then his other son Paul Edward beaudrie is my dad. My moms name is Cindy beaudrie but maiden name is mccarroll. My mom and dad got us all taken away when we were kids and then each one of us was adopted. But before we got adopted all of our names were: me: ashley nicole beaudrie, Autumn Elizabeth beaudrie (her middle name is from my gtandmas) Paul Edward beaudrie Jr (named after my dad), alexis Chanel beaudrie, and caitlin rose Marie beaudrie.
Added by brielle hampton on Apr 07, 2012 10:41 AM
hi i saw you said rest in peace on constance beaudries post thing. im new to this whole site. did you know her? she was, no she is my grandma connie. she died when i was seven.
Added by brielle hampton on Apr 06, 2012 7:20 PM
Nice job on all the photos Jared!! Thank you!
Added by Robin Workman on Mar 28, 2012 8:49 PM
|The Lady in Black||Re: Laszlo Mogyoros|
His monument was really easy to find in that section--it's a small section, and there's not many monuments.
I do have some information that might be helpful. His date of death was December 19, 1918. He died in Detroit of pneumonia/influenza (the big epidemic after WWI). He lived at 14 Fortune Street (which is no longer there, as far as I know--my mom thinks it was in Delray), and was part of the area that was destroyed (as my mom's house was) when they built the big Cadillac Fleetwood plant (which was torn down and is now a container yard!).
Hope all's well with you, and that you like the photos.
Added by The Lady in Black on Mar 23, 2012 2:05 AM
|Robin Workman||RE: Mary Quirk|
As I was looking through my pictures I saw someone whose last name was Quirk. I went to a church retreat this weekend so I haven't had time to do anything.
I don't know where James and Minnie are buried in the cemetery. I don't think my uncle does either. Does the cemetery have records of where people are buried?
Added by Robin Workman on Feb 26, 2012 8:28 PM
I was just browsing the site and saw my family name. My name is Michael Respondeck. Roland was my father, and George and Helen were my grand parents.
Added by Michael Respondeck on Nov 23, 2011 11:19 AM