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|Ron Holley||Murton's of Cleveland|
Schwarz11 - Are you related to the Murton - McCauley - McLaughlin - families of Cleveland, Ohio (circa 1870 - 1946). Specifically Edward Murton and Margaret Bridget McCauley (married Jun 1873 - Cuyahoga Co., Ohio) with children:
Emma J., Lurena, Edward O., GEORGE F.(as noted in FIND A GRAVE), John C., Lewis, Theresa J., Sam, and Margaret.
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Union Cemetery|
We respectfully request permission to use the entrance photo in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Chris Ellingson||Peter and Rose Wisniewski|
Do you have any idea where in Poland Peter Wisniewski was born or where in Poland/Germany his parents were born? I am researching this line for a friend ust for fun. Also, do you know where Peter's parents Jakub and Agnes Wisniewski are buried?
thank you so much for adding this information to Find A Grave!!
|Clarice Courneya||RE: John F. Courneya-96263437|
Thanks, I just talked to my sister-in-law, Angie and she had noticed it the last time she was there. She was going to contact the cemetery that maintains it to find out who has to do that.
His first wife had paid for this a long time ago.
I will let you know if Angela gets it taken care of.
|Clarice Courneya||John F. Courneya-96263437|
Thanks for the photo of headstone for my brother. Do you have the date you took this photo as he died August 26, 2012. If the DOD has not been etched in I will contact my sister-in-law, Angie (his second wife) and see if that can be taken care of.
Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave.
|John Gerlosky||Andrew G. Gerlosky Memorial# 114798967|
Andrew G. Gerlosky is my uncle. He was born 2 December 1912 in Export, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. I am updating all of my Gerlosky memorials going back to Lithuania. Please look at memorial# 80696749 and related links to his brother buried in St. John's Roman Catholic Church Cemetery in Vainutas, Lithuania. Would you consider transferring his memorial care to me?
With kind regards,
John T. Gerlosky
Before I had read your message about her, I found what seems to be a death record for her. It's on her memorial.
Added by skye on Nov 04, 2013 6:46 PM
|CS Sullivan||RE: Howard Mayhew Warren|
Well, thank you again for the photo and research. I moved to southern Ohio many years ago and haven't been up to Lake County since 1996. Naturally all the years I lived up there I wasn't interested in genealogy like I am now. So I appreciate folks like you contributing things I wouldn't otherwise have access to.
|CS Sullivan||Howard Mayhew Warren|
Thank you so much for your suggestion on Howard, and for the lovely photo of the headstone! Howard and Marjorie (Mimi) were my Uncle and Aunt - Mimi being my mother's sister. I loved Uncle Howard and his quiet charm dearly, but hadn't seen him in years, His death came long after I'd moved from Lake County and I'd only recently started to research his past and his family. Were you a relative or friend of his?
|Joel Davison||Kirtland Typos|
Thank you for pointing these out. They have been corrected. I got the info from the LCGS website at rootsweb.
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