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Robert David Miller (#47262294)
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Bio Photo Live in Mount Carmel,Pennsylvania. Trying to find other family members of Harold Seibert Miller(father),John Seibert Miller(Gf),William Miller(Ggf)Lafayette Derr(MGgf),Israel Derr(MGGgf),John William Boyer(MGf), Joseph Boyer(MGGf). Also related to the Weikels, Kerstetters and Updegrove(sp?)

As for changing incorrect information, I am happy to do so. I am also willing to transfer any memorial.


Reporters didn't care how they spelled a persons' name, as many of you have found out. To try to help ease this problem, I came up with the idea of including those names that I knew were misspelled and included them in my Virtual Cemeteries for the "Lost Little Angels" & "Lost Angels". Since you're looking for an ancestor in my memorials, I figured you might not know how they were misspelled and end up not finding them. Because of them being misspelled, I could not figure out where they were supposed to be buried and I ended up listing them as "Unknown" burial places. So I urge you to click on both of these virtual cemeteries and see if you can figure out how the reporter might have screwed them up. From experience, I can tell you that they slaughtered the names, especially the names of people from European countries. If you have family from the Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, USA area, please, PLEASE check out the two virtual cemeteries and read EVERY name, especially if you can't find them anywhere else.


PLEASE feel free to visit my "Lost Little Angels" & "Lost Angels" Virtual Cemeteries anytime and leave them a Flower or Note. These children & adults are lost in time because they have no headstone to tell us where they are buried in a cemetery or even on a family plot. My own twin brother and sister Daniel & Nancy Miller are a part of this group. So is my Maternal Great Grandmother. Records usually don't help, they simply say yes, they're here but where, we don't exactly know. Just remember, you may be the only other person beside myself to visit a "Lost Little Angel" or "Lost Angel". Some of these lost children may not even have a living ancestor,"PLEASE VISIT THEM". Thank You from the bottom of My Heart.


For those memorials that have the phrase "Date obituary appeared in the paper," the paper I am referring to is one of the following from Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, United States:

The Weekly Item
The Semi-Weekly Item
The Mount Carmel Item (a daily paper)
The Daily News

The obituary you seek, will be somewhere in one of these Mount Carmel papers, depending on what date they were published. Do not be disappointed if the obituary has very little information written in it, some were very short in content and some only mentioned the name. Many times, I tried to correct the name. Because as I stated above, reporters care very little on the spelling of a persons' name. So they spelled it "phonetically", which can change the actual spelling of a persons' name very dramatically. I tried my very best not to make mistakes but sometimes with very little information to work with, I may have placed someone in the wrong cemetery, spelled the name incorrectly or connected two family members together who were not husband and wife and things like that. I'm only human and humans make mistakes.

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Jacob Umlauf
Thanks for updating, Robert. It must have been quite a funeral, huh? Cheers
Added by Tumbleweed on Sep 02, 2015 10:58 AM
Joseph Olshefski
Anastasia Zebrowski
First thank-you for leaving the Virtual flowers at my Great Grand parents grave. I see yu have acces to some of the Mount Carmel newspapers I am looking for the obituaries for:

Olchefski Charles 8/29/1896 (Saturday) DN

Pryzbylinski John Monday, September 28, 1914 Item SJ

Olchefski Frances Mrs Tuesday, October 15, 1918 Item

Olchefskie Stanley Saturday, December 28, 1929 Item-p1

Any help would be greatly appreciatted

Added by Joseph Olshefski on Aug 25, 2015 4:52 PM
Star Kline
RE: Thank You
It was my pleasure to visit your father's memorial. Thank you, also, for visiting my parents' memorials.
Added by Star Kline on Aug 20, 2015 12:08 PM
Frank Baker
William H. Faust (1898-1968)
I see you have created the memorials for Walter & Ruth Kramer. William H. Faust is also buried at this site. His name and dates appear on the right side of the Kramer stone. William's parents were William H. Faust (1871-1943), Protestant Cemetery, Nesquehoning and Sarah (Sipple) Faust (1874-1911), Odd Fellows Cemetery, Tamaqua. William never married and lived with his aunt Ruth (Sipple) Kramer. William inherited the homestead. William's brother Robert L. Faust was also raised by Ruth, built a home just down the road on the same property. Robert is the grandfather of Ronald Mausteller of Catawissa.
Thought you might like to include a memorial for William. No wife or children, he would be soon forgotten.

Added by Frank Baker on Aug 17, 2015 5:22 PM
John J. Rynkiewicz
RE: Paliokas correction
Thank you Robert

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Added by John J. Rynkiewicz on Aug 16, 2015 5:01 AM
RE: Quinton transfers.

Thanks for the information, and for handing over care of the memorials to me - I'll take good care of them.

It looks like an older stone, so I'm guessing it would be in the older section, although I'm confused about that. Newer and older stones seem to be intermingled in this cemetery.

Also, would you know whether Locust Gap burials are in this cemetery? I'm looking for gravestones from there from the late 1800s.


John Knecht
Added by jcknecht on Aug 10, 2015 9:59 AM
Gloria Martinez
You are so welcome David. I will add you to my friends list, that way I can leave a token for your wife from time to time.

Added by Gloria Martinez on Jul 20, 2015 10:45 PM
Thank You for your thoughts.....
Thank You for visiting my Daughter Nikole Aman and leaving her flowers. She was a brilliant young woman who unfortunately was called to heaven way to soon.
Added by michelle on Jul 15, 2015 7:31 AM
Dorothy Pulaski
Thank You
Dear Robert,

Thank you for adding the memorial and sincere message for John Pulaski, St. Joseph's Cemetery. You are a most honorable United States Citizen. Dorothy Pulaski
Added by Dorothy Pulaski on Jul 11, 2015 4:04 PM
Sandi Danielle
RE: Price correction
You're welcome :-)
Added by Sandi Danielle on Jun 30, 2015 8:33 AM
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