|Christina ||Eza Toops in Ferncliff|
I posted a general area photo. Elza does not have a marker.
Cool.. its always great to meet a cousin.. :)
Added by Mags on Apr 20, 2016 7:08 PM
|LLaRosa||RE: Mary Jubock Orahoske|
From what our family knows, Elizabeth never left Hungary. Her two daughters, Elizabeth and Mary Pataky, did travel to America in 1921. We beleive that Elizabeth Orahoske had died by that date as the girls were 21 and 14 and traveled alone.
Mary is my husband's grandmother. We had no idea that Elizabeth Orahoske's mother (Mary Jubock) or any of her family came to America until we read your information on Find a Grave - so that you for that!
Mary and Elizabeth Pataky arrived in New York and stayed with a relative until they married. Both girls married in 1924 even though Mary was still 16 at the time.
Thanks again for sharing the information about the Orahoske family.
Added by LLaRosa on Apr 11, 2016 3:58 PM
Griffin.. Harmon.. Bennett.. Moore.. but to be specific, Nancy Emerine Moore Southern, is my Great great grandmother ...
Added by Mags on Apr 03, 2016 8:03 PM
|LLaRosa||Mary Jubock Orahoske|
Hi. I was reading the information about Mary Jubock Orahoske and was wondering if you are the source? My husband's great grandmother was Elizabeth Orehoske Pataki from Satoraljaujhely Hungary - and I'm wondering if it's the same Elizabeth mentioned in the write up. I had assumed that Elizabeth and her parents all remained in Hungary so I was surprised to come across this information. Anything you can tell me would be much appreciated.
Added by LLaRosa on Feb 26, 2016 11:41 AM
I believe we are realated.. I keep coming across your info as I search
Added by Mags on Feb 10, 2016 2:41 PM
|Shawn Mills||RE: Jake Ross|
You are welcome. :)
I forgot--it looks like she is listed on the Meeks Mortuary records as Sarilda Batt, and her daughter is listed as Mrs. Francis M. Stewart.
Added by Jane on Jan 02, 2015 11:36 AM
|Jane||Scerlda Batt #123065721|
You had requested a headstone photo for Scerlda Batt--sorry to say there is no headstone. My husband and I were at Beech Grove Cemetery today and Mrs. Batt is listed in cemetery records as being buried in Section J, Lot 154. That would put her between Conyers (J, Lot 155) and Garrett (J, Lot 153). I did post of photo of the lot where she is buried. It is always sad when there is no headstone.
Added by Jane on Jan 02, 2015 11:32 AM
|Gabb||RE: Fred Wallace|
You are very welcome for the photo. I was glad to do it.
I went ahead and added the photo to his wife's Memorial too.
Added by Gabb on Sep 09, 2014 9:10 PM
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