|Betty Muschar (#46973139)|
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I have been doing genealogy for quite some time and know the importance of family and going back to our roots. When I stumbled across the find a grave website, I was very pleased to find a site where I could find answers as well as help others gain knowledge of those who came before us. I live in Pittsburgh, Pa. The cemeteries that I can get to are: North Side Catholic, United, St. Joseph (St. Wenceslaus and St. Boniface), West View Pa. St. Mary's, Mt.Troy Road, Most Holy Name Cemetery and Voegtly Cemetery, Troy Hill.In the Brigton Road area, Union Dale Cemetery and Highwood.|
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|cathy lindeman||H.W. Minnemeyer|
Thanks, Betty, for the great picture and adding the obit.
|Andrina S Womack||Anna Belle Matthews Swoger|
It's entirely possible that Anna didn't have a tombstone. If you can't find one and you know you are in the right area, what a friend does is she would just take a picture of the area where the person was buried and mention no headstone. Her husband is buried in another cemetery and he doesn't have one either.
|KParn||Albert G. Pratt|
Thanks for going out of your way to obtain a photo of Albert's memorial. regards, Ken
Added by KParn on Jun 27, 2014 3:30 AM
|Margaret Rae||RE: Walter Trask|
Thank you Betty.
|Margaret Rae||RE: Walter Trask|
His birthday was listed as 8 Feb 1888 on his 1917 WWI draft card but on WWII card he lists birth date as 8 Feb. 1896. I don't know what the age of enlistment was for WWI but if 1896 was his true date that would make him 21. I know many men listed their age as older to be able to serve in that war, but normally by only 1 or 2 years.
I will change the birth date to the 1896 year since that must have been what was given to the funeral home by family members.
On a web page, Trask Web Pages, it was noted the 1888 date and that is where I got the record for where he was buried. It also states he was buried there with his 3rd wife, but no name was given to her. When you do get back to the Div 3 records could you check on a name for his wife please?
|Robin Arvickson||Elias Anderson|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the USCT - concentrating mainly on those buried in Pennsylvania. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Elias Anderson's grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
I was wondering if you would consider transferring the Lacock's you have at Union Dale to me. I photographed all of the family headstones in the family plot on my visit a few years ago but apparently didn't add the couple family members you added recently. I realize the transfer isn't required by Find A Grave terms but I want to link many of these grandparents of my mother to aunts and uncles and it would be helpful.
Added by Noel on Jun 05, 2014 1:01 PM
|Sonja Läßer||Beilstein Picture|
Hello, thank you so much for the picture, you make her German family very happy,
|LAB||Sook Photos/Voegtly Cemetery|
Hi Betty, Thank you so, so much your time spent walking and searching for the Sook stones at Voegtly. I am a direct descendant of these German immigrants. Hope you have a good summer. Best Wishes, Lynn
Added by LAB on Jun 02, 2014 4:54 AM
|QuiteContrary||almost famous Betty!|
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