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PJ Krostag (#47835480)
 member for 3 years, 5 months, 29 days
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Bio Photo Those who forget history are bound to repeat it.

I hope by remembering and honoring those that have gone before us we can show thanks for all the hard work and sacrifice that enables us to have the easy life we have today.

I am mainly researching the Krostag family.
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John G. Luzetsk...
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RE: Krostag graves
You are very welcome. I always feel honored to fulfill requests at SFNC, as that is where my father is buried.

Added by Sidney on Nov 16, 2015 12:36 PM
Gracie Ann Matisyn
RE: Uncle Al and Aunt Helen Bovino
You're very welcome! Glad to have helped. Also, I would like to thank you for the compliments.
Added by Gracie Ann Matisyn on Aug 09, 2015 8:49 AM
John G. Luzetsky
RE: My Great Grand Parents
Yes please do. I will take a picture of the news clipping that my grandma Susie saved for me when they did the four generations picture in my dads Uncle Tony back yard in 1961
Added by John G. Luzetsky on Jun 26, 2015 10:44 AM
John G. Luzetsky
My Great Grand Parents
I still remember sitting as a young child in uncle Tony back yard in Pa. to have a four Generation Picture of the Luzetsky,s
Added by John G. Luzetsky on Jun 26, 2015 5:58 AM
JP Rayder
RE: Eleanor Desico grave photo
You are most welcome, I'm just glad I could help....JP
Added by JP Rayder on Mar 18, 2015 8:55 AM
Ms. N.E.
OGreen (#47151193)
I think this contributor is inactive. He hasn't done any editing for months. I use to do any editing.

I thought I let you know.
Added by Ms. N.E. on Oct 20, 2014 4:22 PM
RE: Engman at GOH
Okay, I went back and this is what I found. Under different lighting, the name is still hard to read, but it is raised up just enough. The stone says this:

(Some sort of symbol)
Geb. 28 Jan. 1827
Gest. 12 Feb. 1894

So 2 n's in the last name. I took a couple new photos of that. I'm not giving up on getting a readable photo of the first name yet!!
Added by myWIgenealogy on Sep 09, 2014 4:20 PM
RE: Engman at GOH
I actually live less than a block from this cemetery so it is not out if my way. In fact, I walk through here on my lunch breaks because I work across the street!

It certainly does look like there is one N in the last name. I will see if I can get better photos, if anything, I'll see if I can spray water over the name to make it show up more, or do the old touch and feel method :) I'll let you know what I find!

I love to dig in to family history mysteries.
Added by myWIgenealogy on Sep 08, 2014 5:56 PM
RE: Engman at GOH
You're welcome. I'm wondering if under different lighting or with my camera (I had used my phone) we could get a better photo of his name? I saw what you had written re: the spelling. I think I'm going to go back and test it out. But you're right, given how old it is, it's in good shape!
Added by myWIgenealogy on Sep 08, 2014 12:01 AM
RE: Kloos Memorial
there is a headstone next to John's for a set of twins - Johann and Franz. They have memorial's already made, but in case you hadn't found them in your research, I'm pretty sure they're the children of John and Lena. You don't have them listed on John's memorial, so I wasn't sure if you had made that connection.
Added by hs54449 on Sep 03, 2014 4:53 PM
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