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David Neller (#47482893)
 member for 4 years, 3 months, 24 days
Gary Monigold
RE: Re: Roger, Karl & Edna Kneller
You are very welcome David. I am glad that I could help in any way and you are welcome to use any of my photos as you wish. Let me know if you need any help with relatives in this area. Have a great day. Gary.

Added by Gary Monigold on Jul 08, 2015 5:51 PM

RE: Joseph J. Neller Photo
Hello David,

I follow your remarks.

If I can help with anything in the future, please let me know, I am living near Passchendaele and I am every week exploring the cemeteries and great war frontline.


Added by FRONTWALKER1418 on Jun 26, 2015 1:39 PM

RE: Joseph J. Neller Photo
Hello David,

We are very thankful for all the soldiers that have fought for our freedom here in Flanders. So please I dont need to have the credit for the picture. The credit goes to all the soldiers that sacrificed their lives for our freedom.


Added by FRONTWALKER1418 on Jun 26, 2015 1:13 PM

Steve Martin
RE: Mutz Memorials
Thanks David. I have seen a note indicating that Walter was one of the pall bearers at the funeral of Rosa P. Mutz Neller.

Added by Steve Martin on May 27, 2015 10:04 PM

Steve Martin
RE: Mutz Memorials
David, I'm afraid I'm still a relative novice at this, so it'll take me a while to get caught up with what I recognize as problems and learn how to deal with them. I try to be as accurate as possible and quickly try to correct any mistakes I may make as soon as I know about them. I just hope to do the best that I can. I understand how important all of this is for future generations.


Added by Steve Martin on May 27, 2015 5:33 PM

Steve Martin
RE: Re: Mutz Graves
Thanks David. I would be happy to administer the Mutz graves that you are now the caretaker for. Rosa Neller's grandparents, Valentine and Franziska Mutz, are my great, great grandparents. Rosa and my grandmother were first cousins. As you know, it was a rather large family, and I've been locating many of their descendants' graves, not only in the Lansing area, but throughout Michigan and Indiana. I'm hoping to travel to Indiana next month, if it works out, to actually visit the graves of Valentine and Franziska, as well as many other descendants.

Please keep in touch if you have anything else to add, have any questions, or notice anything that needs to be corrected. Thanks for doing such a great job on these so far.

Added by Steve Martin on May 27, 2015 6:50 AM

Peter H
RE: Daborn at Christ Church, Chertsey

Glad to have been of some help.


Added by Peter H on May 15, 2015 3:16 PM

Peter H
RE: Daborn at Christ Church, Chertsey
I have transferred the 3 memorial pages to you. Much easier for you to manage as you suggest.

Added by Peter H on May 15, 2015 2:12 PM

Peter H
RE: Daborn at Christ Church, Chertsey

No problem with use of the photos. Do go ahead. If you would like to add anything to the entry on Find a Grave, let me know and I will add it.


Added by Peter H on May 15, 2015 12:24 PM

Steve Martin
RE: Re: John Mutz
Hi, David. My Great Grandmother was Elizabeth Mutz Schohl, who was the sister of Arnold, John's father. I've been trying to take over family tree work with information obtained from my father, including a couple of detailed genealogy projects about the Pauli family. Of course, Franziska Pauli married Valentine Mutz, and are my Great Great Grandparents. In this information, John Mutz' middle name is shown as Adam, but the Find A Grave entry indicates it is Allen. Otherwise, all information is in agreement. Do you have any information that might resolve this discrepancy? Also, do you know who the Agnes Mutz buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in Lansing is the daughter of? There is another Agnes Mutz tentatively attributed to Franziska and Valentine, but she only lived 1 day(according to this record), being born on December 24 1889 and dying on December 25, 1889, in Holt, Michigan. The dates on the marker at Mt Hope are 1867-1913. Besides, Franziska would have been about 61 at the time of Agnes' birth, if this is true. Any thoughts? P.S. Any relation to the Walter Neller of Lansing area real estate fame?

Added by Steve Martin on May 05, 2015 2:00 PM

Kenneth Schaeffer
RE: Kneller Grave Photo
Feel free to use the photos any way you like. Glad I could help you.

Added by Kenneth Schaeffer on Apr 30, 2015 5:12 PM

B. C. B. : : = )
I was wondering if you ever get to Bristol?
There is a few requests for there.

Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Apr 29, 2015 12:29 PM

B. C. B. : : = )
RE: Herbert and May Giles
Sounds Ok tome.

Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Apr 29, 2015 12:26 PM

Gary Monigold
RE: Re: Paul Alvin Kneller
You are very welcome David. I'm glad I could help. Have a great day!

Added by Gary Monigold on Apr 25, 2015 5:36 PM

Judy Biggs
RE: Neller Memorial Photo
Hi David, Of course you have my permission to use the photo. Glad to be of assistance. Regards Judy

Added by Judy Biggs on Apr 16, 2015 5:00 PM

Lesley Emmans
Thank you so much for posting a photo of my Great Grandmother and G.Grandfathers grave. John, Fanny and son Charles Selby.
I live in Australia but will make a point of visiting the actual site when I am next in England.
I am really so thrilled.

Added by Lesley Emmans on Apr 15, 2015 6:58 PM

John Winterbotham
RE: Nellie Irene Kneller
The Qld BDMs (deaths to 1985) are online and give the full name (including maiden names). As I live in Cleveland I have a copy of the Cemetery details for Cleveland Cemetery, which is also online but in a PDF format. If you need anymore information please let me know.
From a beautiful warm Cleveland day with a a little chill in the air -

Added by John Winterbotham on Apr 15, 2015 6:36 PM

RE: Herbert Victor Neller
I don't need a photo credit, the photo is yours to do with as you please.

Added by Frogman on Apr 13, 2015 8:15 AM

Jim T
RE: Re: Alice Jane Kneller
No problem David. Good to hear that you are embarking on some local historian work as well !

Added by Jim T on Mar 23, 2015 12:14 PM

Have Paws will travel !
Edwin Carter.
Not related at all it was transferred from IWPP

R & S

Added by Have Paws will travel ! on Mar 19, 2015 7:45 AM

Jim T
K Neller
Hi David,

I did wonder about the Kaye Neller thing.

No problem with you using my photos in your tree.

Yes that bit of the cemetery was quite wooded although much of it is more open. It's a huge site.

I see you have another request for Tarring. If I get a chance I shall head up there but I think it might be a challenge as it is an old, closed cemetery with no available records.

Regards... Jim

Added by Jim T on Feb 17, 2015 12:47 PM

Julia Hett
Teddington Graves - Edmund Sykes Hett
Dear Dave Nellor,

You have obviously carried out such helpful work recording the graves at Teddington and I do not wish to be critical but having discovered on Find a Grave that you have recorded my family's grave I notice that you have made a mistake with the name of my grandfather Edward Ernest MAYLOR Hett son of Edmund Sykes Hett. I do not know how to alter this on the Find a Grave site but perhaps you are able to do so? Edmund Sykes Hett had a good friend John Maylor who became his brother in law which is why he gave his son the name of Maylor.

yours sincerely,
Julia Hett

Added by Julia Hett on Feb 12, 2015 2:32 PM

Joe Chando
RE: Kneller Memorials
Feel free to use any of the pictures I've posted for your family trees.

Added by Joe Chando on Jan 11, 2015 3:38 PM

Paul R
RE: Kneller Memorials

If you are interested in maintaining any of the memorials, send me a request and I will transfer them.


Added by Paul R on Jan 09, 2015 6:33 PM

Karen Allen Rink
RE: Kneller Memorials

Glad the information for Albert Kneller will be of valuable help in your research.

I have made the updates to his Find A Grave memorial page for you to include in your Kneller research.

My line is through Cecelia sister, Emma. The research was limited but at least enough clues leading me to Omaha.

My daughter lived in the Omaha area at the time of my research. I wanted to include Cecelia and Albert, since they did not have lineage.

It took several trips to St. Mary's Cemetery, and a visit to the Catholic Cemeteries office in Omaha, where they were quite helpful in locating the stones.

The James and Catherine Christopher family plot consists of 12 lots. Albert is buried in this section. Quite a challenge, he was in Grave 1, and I could judge where this should be. All that was visible was approx. a 14 X 14 piece of granite. After considerable digging I was able to locate the top of the stone and inscriptions. Glad it fell on its back !

Research note - I just noticed that Cecelia died on Jan. 7, I find my best clues and research on people near a significant date in their lives !

Karen Allen Rink

Added by Karen Allen Rink on Jan 06, 2015 9:56 AM


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