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Jenny E. (#47958692)
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Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin
thanks. I noted it on her memorial. I documented the others and marked this plot complete.
Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Feb 02, 2016 9:54 AM
Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin
Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Feb 02, 2016 9:53 AM
Wonderful, thank you sooooooo much! ;)
Added by Cheryl on Feb 01, 2016 6:57 AM
Gallo Genes
Thank you
I am very appreciative for Mary Palumbo's grave photo.
Added by Gallo Genes on Feb 01, 2016 4:45 AM
Geof Wyght
RE: Kunigunda Meidel edits
Oh, the section edit - section G is beside section M and her grave is very close to the border of G & M.
Added by Geof Wyght on Jan 15, 2016 3:52 PM
Geof Wyght
RE: Kunigunda Meidel edits
I have a pdf file of many of the lots and a listing of who is buried when and where. Would you like it? Hamilton County, Ohio Burial Records, Volume 12, Calvary Cemetery.
Added by Geof Wyght on Jan 15, 2016 3:50 PM
RE: Adolph G. Woest
Good Morning Jenny!
BIG THANK YOU for getting Adolph, Alvina, and Carl's memorials transferred to me. I look forward to adding photos of them and details I know about them. I have already obtained many newspaper articles about Adolph's murder and the subsequent trial and execution of the murder. The Ohio library's have been great in getting info for me off the Micro-fiche and then making and sending me copies. I have not been successful in getting the Cincinnati Police to give me anything they might have regarding the case, even with my previous Federal Law Enforcement experience!

I will give Spring Grove a call by weeks end to get Carl's internment documented. Thank You for offering you assistance. I will indeed let you know if I need your help.

I would love to get photos of the Mundhenk plot, when you have a chance. I heard from my Dad in Batesville, IN, about your snowy and icy weather yesterday!

Regarding the Enz internment, they are both in the "Perry" family plot, sec 103, lot 187. This plot has one of the so called "famous" internments at Spring Grove, Aaron Fyfe Perry, who was a United States Congressman (US House). Aaron would be my Great, Great, Great Grandfather on my mother's side. Do you know with the so called "famous" designation, that they would let the transfer to my care to occur?

Thanks again! You have been a great help! I thought is strange a few year ago, when I went to Spring Grove on Memorial Day weekend, that Carl did not have the American Flag placed next to his marker and you could see them through out the cemetery. I thought then, it was they just missed him. When I went to the office, I just asked for a flag, and did not think anything else about it.

Added by Chris on Jan 13, 2016 8:40 AM
RE: Adolph G. Woest
Hi Jenny,
THANK YOU again for your help and the info on Mundhenk internment. A BIG THANK YOU in updating the memorials for Adolph and Alvina Woest! I would love to have the memorials (Carl's also) transferred to my care. I guess I need to step up and volunteer down here in South Carolina. There is some great work going on here, and it definitely helps with the family genealogy which is one of my passions too!

When I started researching a couple of years ago, I do not believe Spring Grove had the internment records as available as they have now. If they had, I would not have wasted time researching the wrong mother of my Great Grandmother Anita Enz. The census material, I have found can sometimes lead you down the wrong path. LOL.
Added by Chris on Jan 12, 2016 8:14 AM
RE: Adolph G. Woest
Hi Jenny,
Thank You for the email! Also, Thank You again for your volunteer work and updating Findagrave records at Spring Grove. What a beautiful cemetery to explore and document! Your work is especially important for those who do not live in the city or state where there loved one's are buried.

Regarding the marker for Captain Carl H. Woest, Carl was my grandfather, who died of prostate cancer on July 15, 1976. Carl was cremated and the urn containing his cremated remains is buried in that spot. Not sure why Spring Grove records show no record of that. I will definitely get in touch with Spring Grove and get that fixed! So the marker is NOT a cenotaph. He would be in plot: Garden LN, Section 124, Lot 258, Space 3, if I am correct? His place does not have the English Ivy over his resting place, like his Father and Mother.

Carl was a Captain in Army during WWII. Carl was a lawyer and was a legal officer during the war. I have all documentation on him. I also entered him at the memorial at the Cincinnati Museum (Union Terminal)for war vets last year. I believe his name is on a wall recognizing war vets.

Adolph Woest was his father. An interesting fact on him, was he was killed in a robbery. Adolph was owner a couple of cleaners in Cincinnati, and on November 11, 1933, while meeting with his business partner, was shot in the head as robber came into his business. The robber was identified as Richard Keller, 31 years of age. Keller was put to death in the electric chair for the crime.

Alvina Woest is Carl's mother. Carl was only child. Alvina's maiden name was Mundhenk, and I believe that family plot is close to this Woest plot. Maybe a section over from 124?

Finally, Carl's wife, my grandmother, Margaret Woest, is interned at Spring Grove too. She chose to be internment near her parents Edwin and Anita Enz, Plot: Garden LN, Section 103, Lot 187, Space 8. This the memorial of the "Perry" family, my great grandmother's maiden name, on my mothers side.

Kindest Regards,
Chris Folkman
Piedmont, SC
Added by Chris on Jan 10, 2016 6:42 PM
Adolph G. Woest
Was doing some research on Ancestry and had a hint for Findagrave! I was pleasantly surprised to find photo of my Great Grandfather's marker and the Woest family marker. I visit Spring Grove when I come to Cincinnati, as many of my relatives are buried there. The Woest plot is one of my favorites! I wanted to THANK YOU for the photos.

Chris Folkman
Piedmont, SC
Added by Chris on Jan 09, 2016 11:46 AM
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