|Maureen Keillor||RE: Fanny Bucher Musser|
I am always gratified find that some of my random snapping has helped someone, as others' has for me at times! Best of luck with your research.
Added by Maureen Keillor on Mar 06, 2014 1:13 PM
Thank you very much for the transfer of James Imlay. I will see what I can do about getting a photo and seeing if Margaret is there as well.
I appreciate your kindness and all your help, and am enjoying working with you.
:-) Chloe Perdew
Added by Chloé on Jan 20, 2014 6:47 AM
|History Hunter||RE: found more Martha Mills|
I got everything O.K.
A little difficult to read the whole page but did find her and the small article is excellent.
I just stated doing genealogy. You are S-OOOO Good!!!
I'm going to pay Rose Cemetery Hill to take pictures of their stones to add their memorials.
You made an old lady's day a very happy one.
Added by History Hunter on Jan 15, 2014 3:18 PM
|History Hunter||RE: Mabel found info on the sinking|
Wow, that was sure fast.
I don't have the article, just that she died on the ship sinking from handed down family records.
Anything you want to add to her memorial would be great .
My e-mail address is on my contributor page.
I can't Thank you enough for all of your help!!
Added by History Hunter on Jan 15, 2014 2:36 PM
|History Hunter||John Mills # 105862983|
Just wanted you to know that I transferred John Mills # 105862983 that you created to the correct cemetery.
Contributor Bob # 47507564 questioned his burial location and after much researching and actual documentation with Rose Hill cemetery they confirmed he is buried there.
Thank you again for the family transfer.
Since you added his obit I wonder if you are able to add his wife's Mabel Mills Find A Grave # 121899255 who died 12 Nov 19128 while aboard the ship HMS Vestris off the shore of Virgina if you ever come across it. I would love to read hers.
Thanks again for creating his memorial,
History Hunter # 47998494
(A Mills Family member)
Added by History Hunter on Jan 15, 2014 1:52 PM
|Lar||RE: Thank you for Connecting Emma L Crout|
Yes, you may, and thank you for asking. Is this your family? If so, I'd be happy to transfer. Just let me know.
Added by Lar on Jan 07, 2014 6:25 PM
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Gainer pic|
You are very welcome. Glad we could help.
Brenda & Pete
Added by Brenda & Pete on Dec 27, 2013 3:36 PM
|History Hunter||John N Mills|
Thank you for the family transfer. I appreciate your kindness.
Added by History Hunter on Dec 16, 2013 4:59 PM
|Eleanor Spedden Wheatley||Jones Family|
I saw the document you posted on the Jones Family that was created by Emory Allan Craig and wondered if there may be other pages that are not shown. I am researching the Jones Family and this is very interesting information.
Added by Eleanor Spedden Wheatley on Nov 27, 2013 8:23 AM
Thank you so much for forwarding the maiden name and parents links for the Von Borries' memorial!
Added by Jane Denny on Nov 16, 2013 9:02 AM
|Thomas Chambers||RE: Silas Wright|
Yes, you are welcome to add the picture of the gravestone to your family tree. Glad we could help!
Added by Thomas Chambers on Nov 14, 2013 4:18 PM
The only names that I saw on the monument were the two that you can see in the photo: John and Matilda.
BTW, it appears that someone else has a memorial for John Cordrey (matching the spelling on the monument). I uploaded the photos to both memorials. You might want to check with the owner of the other memorial and work out how to combine them.
I wouldn't worry too much about the names on the Woodley-Meeks plot. If you don't recognize them I doubt they are connected. A lot of plots are sold in halves to different families and all of those other names are on the other half. They even have their own headstone. If you come across evidence that they are connected I will check it out.
Added by Candeux on Nov 10, 2013 2:49 PM
|Jim Henwood||RE: Infant Craig|
Your welcome you can call the cemetery.
Added by Jim Henwood on Nov 03, 2013 10:53 AM
Here is a list of all the Woodley and Meeks family members buried in R314:
Charles Meeks: buried 6/1/1957 at age 89
Charles Meeks: 1/18/1930 @ 18y/15d
Susan Meeks: 11/30/1939 @ 68y/2m/23d
Susan Woodley: 5/1/1939 @ 88y/11m/11d
Ernest Woodley: 3/19/1936 @ 60y/4m/15d
Frederick Woodley: 7/22/1905 @ 63y
Susan Meeks: 10/2/1912 @ 4y/11m
In the other half of the plot are McInnis, Wessel, and Bennanzar. Are those connected to Woodley/Meeks?
Added by Candeux on Nov 02, 2013 5:47 PM
I can check next time I am searching the records.
Added by Candeux on Oct 26, 2013 2:01 PM
|Candeux||RE: Oelman Reiser and other Pics|
My pleasure! I uploaded photos to all of the memorials from Bethel 328/330 that you added. Let me know if I missed anything.
Added by Candeux on Oct 18, 2013 5:35 AM
|Dennis Healy||WARD -WOLF|
Added by Dennis Healy on Oct 15, 2013 3:22 PM
|Dennis Healy||RE: Charles Krickhan Pic|
buried8/24/1923 section S grave 272
Added by Dennis Healy on Oct 14, 2013 3:33 PM
More findings today:
Emma A. Poske (uploaded photo)
Henry F. Poske: 9/10/1852-3/1/1904
Magnus Mueller: 7/24/1829-10/14/1896
Caroline Mueller (wife of Magnus): 9/10/1835-11/3/1907
Gertride (Mueller) Thomas (child of Magnus and Caroline): 3/21/1867-6/2/1914
William Mueller (child of Magnus and Caroline): 4/14/1856-1/25/1890
Johanna G. Mueller (wife of William?): 5/10/1861-9/2/1941
George W. Buschman: 3/10/1857-7/26/1908
Margaret A. Buschman (wife of George): 5/4/1874-12/25/1908
Also at the same location:
Reinhard Balz: 8/16/1834-2/10/1898
Louisa Balz: 10/8/1847-6/4/1922
Louisa Balz (daughter of Reinhard and Louisa): memorial already in FindAGrave
One other tidbit that you might be interested in:
Anna Munzner Poske was originally buried in Section SS, Plot 211 and was moved to Belmont 185 on 9/28/1925. Her parents (I presume) are still buried in Section SS, although there are no markers there:
Louis Munzer: buried 2/17/1928 at age 73y/9m/4d
Minne Menzner: buried 12/27/1941 at age 91
(This is the spelling in the records; I don't know which of the three I've seen is correct.)
Added by Candeux on Oct 05, 2013 12:21 PM
I have access to all years of Baltimore Sun via the local public library, so I can look up obits for you as well. I will concentrate on those after 1922.
Added by Candeux on Oct 04, 2013 1:25 PM
No problem, sorry to hear you were sick. Hope you are feeling better.
It could have been "Walter", but I will have to check again to make sure. Sometimes the microfilm images are blurry and hard to read. It is also possible that the cemetery made a mistake (not uncommon).
When I check again for Lurz I will get the info on Waller/Walter also. Hopefully the first name and dates will provide the necessary clarification.
Added by Candeux on Oct 04, 2013 7:18 AM
Just wanted to update on the various things I've found in the last week.
As you know, I found Anna Poske and her son Herman Jr. Also buried with her are:
Margaret Huetter Poske: 2/23/1880-12/10/1953
Albert C. Huetter: 2/1/1876-1/26/1918
Gladys E. Poske: 8/4/1907-1/28/1989
Herman H. Poske: 5/23/1882-11/9/1929
You may also have noticed that I uploaded pictures for Herman F. and Margarethe A. Poske and their children Lillie Poske (what a sad story!) and Margarethe Muller.
I also found some more Poskes:
Milton C. Poske: 10/4/1887-12/25/1948
Anna W. Poske: 8/20/1889-2/4/1967
Also buried with them:
Kathryn M. Eiser: 7/10/1890-3/20/1935
Elmer J. Eiser: 6/11/1888-8/20/1981
I found some Buschman's and others buried with them:
Francis Buschman: 12/10/1819-12/26/1889
Martha Buschman (wife of Francis): 12/23/1830-4/10/1912
Charles H. Buschman: 10/8/1862-2/17/1926
Margaret D. Buschman: 11/10/1868-11/13/1929
Charles F. Buschman (son of Charles H & Margaret): 9/30/1899?-8/29/1901
Louise M. Wallace: 3/9/1859-3/10/1921
Shayler R. Wallace: 1/16/1956-4/11/1931
Baby Wallace (child of Louise and Shayler): died 11/11/1888
Annie C. House: 5/14/1852-12/21/1930
Elsewhere, we have:
William G. Buschman
Mary B. Dorguth
May Buschman: 1893-1910
Anna B. Buschman: 1862-1938
Francis A. Buschman: 1854-1927
Frederick M. Buschman: 1900-1978
Ida B. May: 1859-1953
Martha Buschman: 1895-1979
I still have a couple more places to look for more Poskes and Buschmans, but I wanted to let you know about these in the meantime. I also realized I need to get you some information on Lurz.
Let me know if you want to do memorials for any/all of these.
Added by Candeux on Oct 03, 2013 8:42 PM
|Candeux||RE: Lurz Poske Surnames you sent me|
There is one Poske marker at W-127:
William H.: 2/13/1855-7/9/1907
I will get the information for any Poske's and Lurz's next time I look at the records.
Added by Candeux on Sep 23, 2013 2:24 PM
|Don Watkins||RE: Thank you for the Smith info|
She was cremated and her ashes were temporaly stored in the Chapel Niche until 4/17/41 and then given to her husband. I would just add a note to her memorial.
Added by Don Watkins on Sep 21, 2013 9:20 AM
|Candeux||RE: Changed Adam Geyer Dob|
No worries...there's a lot of details to juggle. Hope you feel better!
Added by Candeux on Sep 20, 2013 12:57 PM