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marcin
Walter Czaczkowski
Hello
my name is Bożena Choińska nee Czaczkowska.
I am daughter of Franiczek Czaczkowski who is a son of Walter Czaczkowski.

I am searching the information about my grandfather, Walter Czaczkowski who
moved to Kamsack and died there.
I found the information on which cementary in Kamsack he is burried.

Is there any opportunity to get some information about Walter
Czaczkowski such the birthdate, birthplace and parents' name?
I am interested in every information about his life.
Are there maybe his friends who know some facts about him?
If nobody is able to get these information, could someone send me adresses of
proper departmens where I can write to about my grandfather?

If there is no problem, could someone take the photo of tombstone of Walter
Czaczkowski?
Thank you for help.

From what I know, Walter Czaczkowski kept in contact with Swerhun family,
Victoria Swerhun and Nick Swerhun. They have son, Ernest and a daugther.

Greetings
Bożena Choiński nee Czaczkowska.

Added by marcin on Feb 03, 2014 2:27 PM

Evelyn Jepson
William Armand Bruce
There, he is added to your management as requested. I have family in that cemetery, and have done research and photos of stones for other people. His stone was probably near my inlaws graves, when I took the information from the stone.

Added by Evelyn Jepson on Jan 21, 2014 10:29 AM

Linda Shafto
RE: Toohey
113380808 I'm looking for this family. And I'm in ancestry.com as well. http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/43843418/family. Oh I hope you know something!

Added by Linda Shafto on Oct 03, 2013 7:29 PM

Linda Shafto
Toohey
Are you related to her? 79582102

Added by Linda Shafto on Sep 29, 2013 5:45 PM

Nicholas Glennon
Helen T Flavin
I'm so sorry, it's getting late here and I'm foggy so I mixed up your details! Harold was a husband. I had a look on Ancestry and found a tree with the relations you're describing. I think Eleanor is #94776208 which I manage as well but since this is distant, married-in family didn't have much on the particulars. Still, give the obit a read and let me know what you think!

Added by Nicholas Glennon on Sep 26, 2013 11:47 PM

Nicholas Glennon
Helen T Flavin
Hello,

I received your message. It is possible you are looking for another person. You said her father is Harold - born in 1916 (3 years before her) and in the 1930 census I see them living in Cohoes as siblings. Her obituary is archived by legacy.com...if you Google her name you should find it. Write me back after checking it out, I hope this helps :)

Added by Nicholas Glennon on Sep 26, 2013 11:31 PM

Jaime Lynne Mann
Annie Jacques
Hi there,
I found your photo of Annie Jacques, my maternal Great Great Aunt. I copied the photo to use for my family tree, I am sorry I did not ask your permission to do this before copying the picture. I hope this is okay. Thank you for posting.
~Jaime Lynne

Added by Jaime Lynne Mann on Sep 05, 2013 10:21 AM

Diane Payne
Frederick William Geisenhafer
Hi,
I transferred Frederick to you.

Diane Payne

Added by Diane Payne on Sep 03, 2013 11:04 PM

Jennifer Brohl
RE: McDonald Graves
You're welcome! Thank you for letting me know about Mollie. I hadn't viewed the memorial page to notice that part of her name. I just added the photo for her as well! -Jen

Added by Jennifer Brohl on Jul 31, 2013 12:42 AM

kc8mld
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome. No promises, but I'll try to get down there before snow flies. That cemetery is very interesting. probably 75% of the graves in there are marked with a white wooden cross only. I don't know if that was intentional or if this cemetery was hit with vandals at one time and the twp. made sure that the graves were at least marked. Some of the relatives of these individuals wrote on the crosses as to who was buried there but most were not. Anyway the McDonald plot was untouched if that were the case. The other possibility is that these graves are of Native Americans. So many of there graves in this area are unmarked. Also with you posting the request, perhaps someone else may pick them up before I can get back down there. Have a great Summer. -mld-

Added by kc8mld on Jul 17, 2013 8:19 PM

kc8mld
RE: Re: Mary Jane McDonald
OK. I'll post what I've got for Mary Jane. If you want to put in a request for the others, I'd be happy to accommodate you. However, this cemetery is about 35 miles from my house, one way. The wife and I needed to get out yesterday in an air conditioned car [the current heat wave here is brutal] and yet feel like we were be somewhat productive so we did 5 cemeteries in that part of the county. I doubt that we will get back down that way any time soon to do the rest but if I can't get to it perhaps there is someone out that that could. There was one stone in the family plot that was almost worn smooth, so we tried to make a rubbing and we are sure that all there is are initials. The stone is a small tablet only about a foot tall like it might have been a stone for a child. The inscription was on the top and we both felt that it was R. F. Ms. If you want a picture of this stone as well, I can do it, but I am positive that the inscription would not show up in a photo. Your choice. -mld-

Added by kc8mld on Jul 16, 2013 6:07 PM

kc8mld
Re: Mary Jane McDonald
Trish,

My wife and I went to Sacred Heart Cemetery looking for the above request that you made. We found the McDonald plot and took a picture of the main stone. It was for a John McDonald [unfortunately we didn't copy down the dates for you] and then we also took a picture of "mother" Mary but the dates didn't match up. Birth year: 1859 (not 1857), Death year: 1945. Let me know if this is the stone that you want uploaded and I'll post it. If I do, I'll probably crop John's stone and send them both up to Find A Grave. There also was stone for James, Mollie, and George. I did not photograph them as it was not part of the request but they are obviously family. -mld-

Added by kc8mld on Jul 15, 2013 6:50 PM

GenealogyBuff
Kenneth Campbell McKinnon
Sorry about the three messages, my computer is messing up.

Kenneth was a McKinnon. His full name was Kenneth Campbell McKinnon, he was named after his father. Some of them came from Scotland and some from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. They all settled in Ontario.

Added by GenealogyBuff on Jul 07, 2013 8:34 PM

GenealogyBuff
Kenneth Campbell McKinnon
Hi i was just wondering if you had any Kenneth Campbell's in your family? I am a descendant from one of them (there were several with the same name).

One Kenneth was born in 1837 and married Mary Ann Campbell. Their son, Alexander (1872) married Lila Louise Teresa Richards.

The family origins are in both Nova Scotia (Cape Breton) and Scotland. The children and grandchild of Kenneth all lived in and around Muskoka, Ontario.

Hildur

Added by GenealogyBuff on Jul 06, 2013 9:27 AM

K
Notre Dame
Hello, again,

Could you move your listings to the other Notre Dame. Here is the proper listing for Notre Dame in Montreal-

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=buswell&GSmid=46537737&CRid=639447&pt=Notre-Dame-des-Neiges%20Cemetery&

K.

Added by K on Jun 27, 2013 12:00 PM

K
RE: Tiffins in Wingham Cemetery
Hello,

Are you family? If so I could transfer them to your care. I have updated the memorials per your request.

Thanks, K

Added by K on Jun 27, 2013 10:57 AM

K. Vica
Kay Trafananko
Thanks for the update. I added the info. K Vica

Added by K. Vica on Apr 19, 2013 11:01 AM

Melodey Wood
Annie Matilda Gold Cooper
Thank you for the transfer. I have updated the info and linked her to her great grandparents.
Thanks!

Added by Melodey Wood on Mar 19, 2013 4:48 PM

stephen burrell
RE: hiya
oh i saw the pictures u have for the burrell family

Added by stephen burrell on Feb 17, 2013 11:38 AM

stephen burrell
hiya
are you related to the burrell family also

Added by stephen burrell on Feb 16, 2013 5:04 PM

Cindy Cornwell McCachern
Thank You
Thanks for the photo of Mary Crowe's tombstone.

Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Jan 13, 2013 4:54 AM

MMJF
My Grandfather's Grave
Thank you Thank you. You have no idea how pleased I was to find this photo of George Allard's grave. His daughter and my mother - just passed away. She was the last living member of this family. I told her I would take some of her ashes to her father's grave some day...now I know where to find him.
Many regards J

Added by MMJF on Nov 29, 2012 11:35 AM

Tracy Anne
RE: Roblin newspaper
I found the old Togo & Roblin newspapers on http://newspaperarchive.com/

Its a pay per view site. I signed up for a short membership and made it worth the $ by searching some US papers. The character recognition/proximity search aspects of the site seemed to work pretty well but one does need a bit of patience to find things.

There aren't very many Canadian papers available on the site, but for some reason it had the old Togo papers. Which was just great as identifying Harriet Bass's death and burial has been a real pain.

Good luck with your searches.

Added by Tracy Anne on Nov 28, 2012 9:24 PM

Tracy Anne
RE: Roblin newspaper
Hi Trisha:

No problem re the Togo cemetery obits. It was an easy thing for me to do.

I actually had to confirm that the Togo cemetery was called Union cemetery at one point in time. I suspect the name came from the Union church in Togo. So that is why I got reading the old obits - to see the name of the cemetery where people were being buried.

I added a memorial page for Harriet Bass in the Togo cemetery. I found her death mentioned in the old newspaper and that she was buried in "Union" cemetery. So from there, I searched for other obits of people buried in the Togo & District cemetery. Bit of a round about way to do things, but only possible because of your meticulous work on the cemetery.

I note that you seem to have used burial records as well as your great headstone photos. Would there be any reason why Harriet Bass' burial wasn't recorded? Like, do the records seem to be a bit "sloppy" during that time period (Harriet was buried in 1925)? Or are there are pages missing?

I ask because I guess it is always possible that there is another cemetery called "Union cemetery" in the area.

If there are any specific people you would like me to look up in the old Togo newspaper, just let me know. I have an on-line subscription to a newspaper archive that lasts until February or so. Would be happy to do some look ups if it would help with you with your own genealogy.

Cheers,

Tracy

ps I live in Saskatoon and visited the Togo cemetery a couple of years ago. I had a few photos filed away that I had planned to put up on FindaGrave. But you beat me to it. And did a better job quite frankly. So kudos to you.

Added by Tracy Anne on Nov 27, 2012 8:29 PM

Scout
RE: Harry Edward Price
You are very welcome :)

Added by Scout on Nov 25, 2012 12:07 PM

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