|Kathy Krysiak (#46917874)|
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I really enjoy Find a Grave. For the last few years I have been working on a project attempting to make memorials for several Polish immigrant families buried in Central Massachusetts. I have been very fortunate to have the help of great fellow volunteers to take pictures to add to my research. Their generosity in taking photos and sharing information has been incredibly helpful in adding related and more robust memorials,|
I am very happy to transfer memorials to anyone with a greater connection/interest than my own. I am also very happy to hear from people with family connections to memorials because often I have some research to share as well.
A few names of particular interest to me include the following: Krysiak, Baldyga, Andrzejczyk, Marhefka, Marchevka, Mozden, Mozdzen, Pazik, Parczych, Jaksina, Sakowski and Sadowski.
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|Susan Marie Brousseau||Ty Kathy|
Di you know if i can get records from the office there of my great grandparents joseph and katarzyna bogdan
|Karen Wilburn||RE: Anna F. Bystrey Grzanka|
Hi Kathy - You are very welcome - glad I could help. Thanks, Karen
|F. Robert Falbo||RE: Josephine Koscielniak Bojdak|
You're welcome! I'm currently photographing the entire cemetery, and haven't gotten to the Bojdaks yet but saw them while I was leaving. There are more there but it'll be a few weeks before I get to the position they're at.
|ray mansfield||RE: Franciszek Miskiewicz|
We are glad to have been able to get there and take the pictures.
Ray and Paula
|m g||Helen Zalesney Koski|
Added by m g on Jun 15, 2016 4:29 AM
I went there today & unfortunately there's no stone for him, just his son John & his wife Rose. Sorry, I wanted it also.
Added by JenB on Mar 11, 2016 1:15 PM
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||RE: Resurrection Cemetery|
You're welcome, Kathy. Would you like for me to also upload a picture of the QR codes as well? If I do, you could literally scan the code with your phone from your computer screen and it would open up a map and show you where the cemetery your loved ones are buried. Let me know.
|Alex P. Reed||Stanley Francek|
I saw that you declined the edit I suggested. It says on his own headstone that his birthday is on December 25th, unless you have proof that it isn't. Let me know.
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||Resurrection Cemetery|
Hello Kathy. I just wanted to let you know that next week I'll be fulfilling your two photo requests for both Andrew and Anna Krysiak at Resurrection Cemetery. I'm sorry you've had to wait this long, but the cemetery is quite large. The good news is that the cemetery allows visitors to print out a map of a section in which their loved one is buried in and it comes with a QR code (look this up if you have no idea what this is). I scan the QR code with my smart phone and a map opens up giving me an approximate location of where the grave is located. This is much faster than having the clerks pull out the old maps of the cemetery; sometimes they get a little agitated because so many people ask them to do it.
|Bill Bourbeau||Michael R. Scanlon (154568279)|
Regarding your photo request:
I obtained a cemetery record that states he was interred in the St. Paul Section, Range 4, Lot 5.
It's a sizable lot (23' x 30'). There is a large family monument with only the surnames Scanlon and Pyne, as well as several flat markers.
I've not been able to locate a flat marker for him, but will continue the search in the spring.
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