|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella (#47196955)|
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Charlene Teifer Stiffinella|
B. 1948 Michigan -
I am extremely interested in my Teifer, Menerey, Hanson, Fitzgerald, Lokker, Elenbaas, and Herczeg connections. I have many photos of graves under surnames of Teifer, Menerey, Lokker, Elenbaas, Hanson, and Fitzgeralds from Michigan in my family ancestry. Should anyone need grave photos of any of above-get in touch with me. If I have these names and graves in my cemeteries, I will donate a grave photo that I have.
I also want to thank everyone that has contributed my ancestry grave photos and has worked so hard to get them. I feel that they are important to who we are and we have to keep them "alive" in our hearts and memories.
I love the ancestry experience of finding those before me. Will take pictures of graves here in my area, as possible, for those who need them. Provided I "fulfill" it fast enough and have some notice, and weather permitting! Being a genealogy "graver" is new to me, I am a little slow. Am enjoying doing it for fam members that cant be here to see them theirselves. This is a humbling experience and we need to respect these many people.
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|robert reinbold||RE: Re: Vinnie L Yorkey Boger duplicate|
Got a better idea. I'll just delete mine.
|Barbara Schaffer||RE: Re: DonalD R Scalfini gravestone pic|
You are very welcome!
|Denise Rosenbluth||Clare Lewis Twin Brother|
After reviewing the birth record for 1879 for Clare Lewis. Several family member agree that the handwriting is clearly only Clare Lewis and that there is no twin brother named Arte. If you look at the first letter and compare it to the first letter of the mother Alma they are not the same. The letter is a C that is connected to the L. Also there is no letter T in the name which if you look on the document for a letter T it does not match the name that is claimed to be Arte. If there were twins why were both names not written together? It does not make sense. I also never heard my Great Grandma Alma ever mention a twin brother. I was 17 years old when she died. Members of her sister Stella's family never hear of a twin either. I believe this was just a misread of a name. I request a correction to this data please. Thank you very much.
|Denise Rosenbluth||Lemrock Flowers Lewis|
My family has just placed a headstone for our family members: Lemrock Flowers Lewis his first wife Alma Agelia Sweet and their son Clare Lewis. Please see attached photo.
|MDUNLAP||RE: Re: Ralph Menerey etc|
Added by MDUNLAP on Sep 01, 2015 3:40 PM
|Marguerite||RE: Re: Lemrock Lewis photo of plot|
correct - his grave is unmarked. If you open the caption for the LEWIS plot, it gives a brief description. This is a great photo of both adjoining LEWIS plots.
|Photos 4 You||RE: Re: Elenbaas photos|
You are very welcome. THey were not difficult to
find and we enjoyed the beautiful day at the
|Karen VanderArk||RE: Re: Willem and Susan Bonzelaar graves|
Thanks Charlene. Please let me know if you have any others from this area that you would like photos of. I noticed that quite a few of the markers are so worn that you can't read anymore so it is nice to get these photos before they all disappear! I also noticed that there are quite a few requests from my area and will do my best to work through them this summer. It's been a wonderful experience so far and graving is very relaxing and "quiet".
|Patrick Flower||Lemrock Lewis|
I'm quite interested in learning more about Dan's boy, Lemrock. I've found a few things about him children, wives, etc.
Who was Dan Lewis's father and mother. I yhought ma be his father was Cornelius Lewis, but I'm uncertain.
I'm very happy to have found the exact location of my ggg grandfather's farm in Richmond Township, Macomb County, Michigan.
I's definitely time for me to take my second trip down there.
While I can't find photograph's of my ggg grandparents, I found Find - A - Grave photo's of some of their neighbors. For me, it gives a feel for the era. Thank you much, Patrick Flower
|Paula||RE: Response to request of Keims|
One of the two memorials should be removed. I say it this way, because cemetery information can be edited like names, birth dates, etc. The steps are
- Click the [Edit] link next to Burial: (Edit the burial information for Memorial Person's NAME window will open)
- Click the Continue button (Step 2: Find the Cemetery - Memorial Person's NAME window will open)
- Enter Cemetery Name, Country, State (in this case Saint Thomas United Church of Christ Cemetery, Northampton County, Pennsylvania) then Click the Search for the Cemetery Button
- Click the Save Changes Button if the correct cemetery appears
If you have already recreated the memorials in Saint Thomas United Church of Christ Cemetery, I recommend deleting the Altona Cemetery memorials to make things simpler.
Thanks for your help and understanding.
Added by Paula on Nov 14, 2013 2:09 PM
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