|S. Pisciotta (#47453018)|
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I enjoy working on my family tree, which has taken me to "Find A Grave", I appreciate the headstone photos taken for my family members and gladly do the same for others where I live.|
I welcome updates to make these records more thorough, please use the "Edit" tab on the affected memorial, and then the "suggest a correction" link to send your update.
When requesting a transfer, please state your relationship and add your Find A Grave member number to your request.
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|Bob & Valerie (Johnson) Freeman||photo for Francesco "Frank" Schepis memorial # 44417628|
I am writing regarding the photo you graciously added to the memorial for Francesco "Frank" Schepis memorial # 44417628
Link to memorial:
I found out that the plot # I originally had on the memorial was not complete, so the location you went to for the grave is wrong. His ashes are actually interred in a crypt. Another contributor shared this information with me and also added a photo of it. I was please to find that his ashes are marked with his name.
I hope you will not feel me rude to ask you to remove the photo you added since it is the wrong location.
Thank you again for your contribution!
|Anonymous||Photo added of gravestone|
I believe I should thank you? (as indicated by 2009 update) photo of gravestone added to my great grandparents (Nonno/Nonni) Pietro & Luigia Gambertoglio. I have been attempting to research another "Gambertoglio" relative (not the other two of same last name listed with mine)- he would have been the son of Pietro & Luigia - who died rather young (early 20's +)after immigrating to U.S. in 1907. I was made aware of his existence on my mother's death bed as his life was never acknowledged due to some apparent criminal acts (?) whatever that was - he was disowned & never spoke of. I was never able to learn more. I have been curious for years as I found a key to this cemetery -only marked with a number but since removed by distant relative. I need to retrieve the voyage documents with the relatives name listings from a friend to locate his name. This vague information is rather odd, I realize, but I have wondered if the Italian Cemetery has an area where "indigents" and/or markers with a "number" only exist? Or are there records for "unmarked" graves from the mid 20th century? I live out of the area & unable to travel there but am curious if further research there could lead me to some history on this great uncle I never knew existed- in a family with few relatives,who made a choice I didn't appreciate by depriving me of my entire family history,as such it is. This is my maternal side & I know basically nothing about my paternal relatives as they chose to omit those relations also. Thanks again & for any info.regarding my inquiry on this subject. karen in lake county, california
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Dominic Villeggiante|
Thank you so much!! I also like to put photos up when I find memorials that do not have them. I appreciate you taking the time to do this and give the birthdate! Love working with people like you who really care about having everything possible done for future generations!
|Gary Carlsen||RE: Preziosa Bregante|
Transfer completed. Gary
Back to Greenville Cemetery again today, walked back and forth through the new section and still havent found the Signa you were looking for. I found Frank Signa (I think this was Doe's brother) but I will keep it on my list and hopefuly run across it. Walley
|Stephen Ehat||RE: Joseph and Mae Ferrera.|
Thank you very much for the excellent monument photo. I was pleasantly surprised to see the portrait for Frank....
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: Memorial# 57608737|
Hi Sue, Ernie Forster is my uncle. It was during the Retaggio days that I requested a transfer and of course he didn't acknowledge my request. That is why there is a duplicate. SFLondon took a picture of a clean stone. The one I had was taken trying to dodge a lawn sprinkler!
I'm sure there are other dupes out there.
I'll request that Samantha to help me on this one as I already have the links to my grandmother.
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: edits ready for your review|
OK...........got it for both
Giovanni was possibly a fetal death.
Two records on the death index:
Chiesa, ZZ, died 3/19/1908 in Alameda County, CA
Chiesa, ZZ, died 9/5/1908 in San Francisco, CA
Do you know when he died?
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: edits ready for your review|
HI..........maybe I'm brain dead from the holiday.
I saw your note
She was the "adult" of the ones buried here.
- sue pisciotta
That is the only edit I see for Giuseppina.
What is the one for Giovanni?
I must admit, I get 'confused' at the Italian names and feel like a fish out of water.
I'm Russian and am the administrator for the Russian Sect. Cemetery..........So I bet you'd be confused with the variant spellings i.e. Loskutoff, Loskutov, Loscutoff, Loscutov, Loscotoff, etc. Mind boggling!
I think I got Samantha angry at me because I had some duplicates that I transferred to her. She seems to have a better handle of some of the craziness than I. The Ital. Cem is such a mess that maybe I should not have volunteered to help. So I'm staying out of her hair and if I find any obits for her 'people' I'll ignore them.
I'm happy to see you are active with the cemetery. I have some relatives buries there. My uncle Ernest Forster was married to an Italian; my sister-in-law's family is Mortby and they are buried there. Plus there are some Russians who married Italians. That is why I got interested in the cemetery but dismayed when Retaggio was non-communicative.
Happy New Year to you. I have access to the San Francisco Death Index. If I find any of the old deaths prior to 1905, I'll send them your way.
Bye for now.
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