|Cathy P.||Lakeside Cemetery|
Hi, Hope to see you tomorrow at Lakeside Cemetery.
Added by Cathy P. on Oct 17, 2014 6:18 PM
|Deborah Dabrowski||RE: re: Henrietta Gill|
I actually did have it. Her nephew, Phelps Gill, was my great grandfather. He is buried at Lakeside right behind my mother & brother. Phelps was a decorated Capt in WWII. His father Marshall is at Lakeside also. Henrietta's father, Francis Gill is buried at Erie Cemetery. He fought in the Civil War. She was late in coming over from Canada compared to the rest of the family. I actually took her headstone picture on June 6 2012 but never posted it. Thanks again for the transfer and info
Added by Deborah Dabrowski on Oct 08, 2014 6:35 PM
|Deborah Dabrowski||re: Henrietta Gill|
Thank you for the transfer Diane! greatly appreciated.
Added by Deborah Dabrowski on Oct 08, 2014 1:22 PM
You Can join "Meet", we will be going To Lakeside Cemetery on Oct.18 @ 10 AM.
Added by Cathy P. on Oct 07, 2014 2:59 AM
|Cathy P.||Find A Grave Oct 18|
Hi Diane,Would you like to meet with us on Oct 18 on Meet for Find A grave?
Added by Cathy P. on Oct 06, 2014 3:05 PM
|cowfordlady||Ellen and Daniel Ritchie|
Hi, Diane! Thank you VERY MUCH for transferring the memorials for Ellen and Daniel Ritchie to me, and for all the work you did on them (including taking the photo of their stone)!!
Have a blessed day!
Added by cowfordlady on Oct 05, 2014 12:24 AM
|FutureAncestor||Phyllis Nims Rose @ Lakeside|
THANK YOU so much for fulfilling my photo request!! Have a lovely weekend.
Added by FutureAncestor on Sep 26, 2014 12:05 PM
|jeffrey||Joseph Lloyd edits|
Thank you Diane for the Joseph Lloyd edits.
Added by jeffrey on Sep 25, 2014 9:14 PM
Hi, Diane. I sent some edits to you for Joseph Lloyd as to the place of birth and death, also, links to his parents. The information comes from his Pa Death Certificate and research I have done into the family. His parents, John and Elizabeth Lloyd are my GGGG Grandparents. Their son Samuel Lloyd is my GGG Grandfather. Just trying to link the family members. Thanks.
Added by jeffrey on Sep 25, 2014 2:10 PM
|Betty B||RE: Robert W. Rancuch|
It has to be an error. My dad's brother was definitely Robert.
Added by Betty B on Sep 11, 2014 6:57 PM
|Betty B||Robert W. Rancuch|
Thank you for the picture of the headstone for my Uncle Robert. I visited that cemetery a couple of times looking for information about him and his brothers who died as infants but was told there were no markers. I was amazed to find the picture here tonight and so soon after you posted it.
Added by Betty B on Sep 09, 2014 7:18 PM
|P Goeders||Johann & Maria Fiedler|
Thanks so much for adding the headstone pic for my GG Grandparents! I have also seen the death cert regarding Maria's death. So sad :-( My father tells me that she never learned to speak English once in the US, so it may have been easy for her to accidentally confuse bottles from the apothecary. I also have a picture of her from her (open casket) funeral sent to me by a relative, but, of course, that type of pic cannot be posted here. I also have a newspaper clipping of Johann's obituary. Are you also a relative???
Added by P Goeders on Sep 01, 2014 8:32 AM
|Sharon Hawkins||Peter Schaaf|
Peter Schaaf born 10 Sep 1837 in Leimersheim, Pfalz, Germany, died in Erie, PA 15 Apr 1908. Married Maria Magdalena Darius b. 13 June 1834 Rulzheim, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany died 28 Dec 1901 Erie, PA.
Parents of Peter Schaaf are Joannes Jacobus Schaaf born 30 Oct 1776 Leimersheim, Pfalz, Bayern died 3 June 1851 Leimersheim, Pfalz, Bayern. Married on 30 April 1822 Maria Magdalena Daub born 14 Sep 1800 Leimersheim, died in Erie, PA.
Leimersheim Catholic Parish Records film ##0488395
Added by Sharon Hawkins on Aug 27, 2014 7:12 AM
|Aaron Wenzel||Samuel P Brown|
Thank you for adding this so quickly!!
Added by Aaron Wenzel on Aug 17, 2014 11:09 AM
|elmer smith||John Ziegler|
Thank you so much for the photograph of John Ziegler's grave. He is my maternal Grandfather
Elmer C. Smith, Jr
Added by elmer smith on Aug 13, 2014 6:56 PM
|Vincentina Grablauskas||Madura & Oszczepinski|
Diane, Would you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am doing research on both family names to link to my Oszczepinski relatives and Madura relatives.
Added by Vincentina Grablauskas on Aug 11, 2014 12:11 PM
|Scarlett Antrim||Harry L Hogan|
Thank you so much, this is an uncle of mine, actually a great great uncle. And having a terrible time locating anything of him.
But thanks again,
Added by Scarlett Antrim on Jul 19, 2014 12:42 PM
|G Shewan||Fr. James Fahey|
Thank you for transferring management of the page for Fr. James Fahey. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by G Shewan on Jul 15, 2014 11:03 AM
Sorry, my previous message stopped short. Can you tell me WHERE in Trinity cemetery Bronislawa's memorial is? I could not find it in what was shown on a map to be the St Stan's section. She is a relative and we'd like to be able to visit her grave. Erie Cemetery assoc. couldn't even find her in their database & asked if she was buried under another name. Any help you can give would be appreciated!!
Added by Janice on Jun 27, 2014 10:21 AM
My name is Janice Olszewski
Added by Janice on Jun 27, 2014 10:15 AM
|Catherine Detzel||RE: Anthony Wardzinski|
Thank you for your work:-)
Added by Catherine Detzel on Jun 26, 2014 3:11 PM
|Catherine Detzel||Anthony Wardzinski|
Hi. Anthony was my grandmothers brother. My grandmother was Anna Wardzinaki Walsh. I remember him as a young girl. He was my Uncle Tony! I always liked him. My father is Richard Walsh. How were you related to Anthony?
Blessings, Cathie Walsh Detzel
Added by Catherine Detzel on Jun 25, 2014 7:42 PM
Thanks for making all the bio additions to military veterans I've been sending you.
I'm visiting at my sister's house in North East until July 7. I'm trying to organize a little "meet and greet" lunch with other Find-a-Grave members somewhere in Erie.
If you would like to join us, e-mail me at the address on my profile page and I'll send you my cell phone number.
Added by Rich Vance on Jun 15, 2014 8:15 AM
Thank you Diane for this information. Bazyl was my grandmother's first husband and has no biological relationship; however, very little is known about his family. He was my grandmother's first true love and her heart was always in Erie PA even though she never resided there after the 1920s. I never want him to be forgotten so I have "adopted" him as my extended grandfather. If you ever hear or see any other family members of Bazyl, I would be greatly appreciative to receive the information. Here are a few other spellings of his first name: Wasyl (marriage certificate) and Basyl (my grandmother's spelling). Sadly to say the one and only picture my grandmother had of Bazyl was her wedding picture in a beautiful antique frame, which was stolen from her attic when the neighbor moved (it was a twin home and there was no wall separating the attics). He was a very handsome man and most of all very kind. Thank you again. Judy
Added by Judith on Jun 15, 2014 6:23 AM
|Judith||Bazyl Czuczman's memorial|
You have recorded my grandmother's first husband's marker located in the St. Stan's section of Trinity Cemetery in Erie, PA. The memorial number is 97695771. I was at the cemetery today and tried to locate it myself but was unable. There is a narrow one lane road separating the St. Stan's section. If it would be possible to tell me some of the surrounding markers or the markers by the road, it would be very helpful. I live 5 1/2 hours away from Erie but plan to be back in the area to do more genealogy research. thank you
Added by Judith on Jun 13, 2014 2:25 PM