|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||Sister Adelheid|
GOT IT!! THANKS!!!!
Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Dec 13, 2013 6:34 AM
Thank you Steve
Added by Nicole Storie on Dec 13, 2013 1:24 AM
|Missy Warren||Moses Seymour|
Mr. Keller, I just found the burial information on my 5th great grandfather Moses Seymour. The picture you uploaded is just incredible. May I ask where you were able to find it? I would love to find more of the Seymours if possible. Thank you!
Added by Missy Warren on Dec 12, 2013 5:22 PM
|Patti Labell||YouTube vidio|
Stephen, that video was just beautiful, you are amazingly talented. I had thought about something similar for a scrapbook I am creating and I am certainly energized and encouraged by what you created. Congratulations
Added by Patti Labell on Nov 26, 2013 5:37 PM
|Kurt Riegel||RE: Website|
Wow, your website is a really neat concept! I dont have a website unfortunately. I have been meaning to make one now for a long time, but havent gotten around to doing it...
Added by Kurt Riegel on Nov 24, 2013 9:36 PM
|Anon||RE: Mary Baudendistel|
It is changed, thanks so much for the info and pictures!
Added by Anon on Nov 16, 2013 11:26 AM
|Zina||RE: Francis David Barclay|
Yes, Francis is also at Carr Villa; his ashes were scattered there, however I do not know where. His service was held at Carr Villa on May 12, 1957.
Hope that helped you!
Added by Zina on Nov 11, 2013 10:40 AM
Thank you for the Reeb family photos. I linked the daughter to the parents. Lots of new info for me to put on the tree. Thank you so much for the help. Keep up the great work.
Added by Dana Furlong on Nov 10, 2013 6:50 PM
|Patti Labell||RE: Rodenbergs|
Thanks so much, I really appreciate your posting the pics for me. Have a great day and thank you for your volunteering for such an important activity.
Added by Patti Labell on Nov 09, 2013 8:22 PM
|Ronald Montague||RE: Thank you!|
I did a little digging because I found it unusual that there were so many items around the graves. I then found out how loved Mary was in St. Louis but I trust you are aware of that. I did put a little file together.
Added by Ronald Montague on Oct 20, 2013 5:36 PM
The cemetery, established in 1874, will be closed due to perpetual care requirements
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are closing Nazareth Cemetery in South County.
The remains of approximately 1,200 sisters buried at Nazareth are being moved to a plot the sisters have at Resurrection Cemetery, which is part of the Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
Nazareth Living Center, the sisters' retirement home adjacent to the cemetery, will remain open.
The project began June 1. The initial moving phase is expected to be completed by mid-September. New grave markers will be laid at Resurrection Cemetery by the spring or summer of 2010.
A prayer service was held at Nazareth on Pentecost Sunday, May 31, to mark its closure.
The Sisters of St. Joseph decided to close the cemetery due to the province's long term ability to provide the perpetual care required to maintain it. The area will be used for future needs as identified by the province.
Added by Eric Kreft on Oct 13, 2013 4:07 PM
|My Family Circle||RE: I need your help...|
Added by My Family Circle on Oct 09, 2013 7:01 AM
Happy to help you, my friend! :)
Added by T.V.F.T.H. on Oct 03, 2013 8:37 PM
|My Family Circle||RE: Emerys at Green Mount|
You have completed another beautiful memorial. I have linked daughter with her mom and dad. Together again. Bless you too.
Added by My Family Circle on Sep 27, 2013 2:10 AM
|Kurt Riegel||RE: Hello|
Thanks Steven! I hope all is well for you too! Yeah, life is going pretty amazing at current moment and I am living it to the fullest. I too think that Find A Grave is a becoming a GREAT resource!
Added by Kurt Riegel on Sep 06, 2013 7:07 PM
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Mother Kitty Garesche|
You're welcome! Looking at the section map, there are lots numbered 582 thru 599. I'm guessing each Sister has her own lot, so 18? I didn't count while I was there, sorry.
Added by Eldred Pickett on Apr 25, 2012 9:55 PM
LOVE the work you are doing for these memorials. These women were wonderful in their dedication to serving others in the name of their Faith. Bless you for taking the time to memorialize them. Happy to transfer the memorials to you anytime. :)
Added by T.V.F.T.H. on Apr 22, 2012 8:54 PM
|Maurice Eyman||Theodore Eyman's Grave|
My name is Maurice Eyman, I live in Sparks, NV. This spring I,my wife and my cousin, located the White Cemetery off of Mine Haul RD, between Eyman RD and Pine Lake RD in a forested area next to a field in St Clair Co. It is badly overgrown, but I located the Grave of Theodore A, his parents Isaac and Evelina, his grandparents Abraham and Susannah Eyman along with a number of the White family (see White family cemetary tree). I did notice how ever that someone has made a mistake on his tombstone death date. According to the stone he died in 1897, but according to the death notices it was actually 1896. I am very interested in the grave at the Eyman cemetary, west of Smithton. We located the grave of Catharine in a corn field about 75 yds from the road, but no other tombstones are visible. Do you or anyone have any information on Daniel? Hewas my 4th great grandfather.
Added by Maurice Eyman on Jun 12, 2011 9:10 AM