|Albert Ledoux (#46511171)|
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|Donna Newell||Robert Cramer|
Thank you for the photo of the grave stone for Robert Cramer. I appreciate the effort it took for you to brave the elements to obtain the shot and fulfill my request.
|judy s||Stange, Martz|
Albert-THANK YOU SO MUCH for the great grave photos of Lena (Bickel) Stange, Frederick Martz & Louise (Bickel) Martz. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated! Judy
Added by judy s on Dec 05, 2013 3:47 PM
|Eileen Hall||RE: Kinney Family|
Thanks for your quick reply. I have searched the Altoona Mirror microfilms & another old Blair County newspaper at the Geneology Society. No luck. Those little patch towns that they lived in are hard to find information on. There was also a place named Delaney (which is my paternal Grandmother's side of the family). I am going to try a trip to Cambria County Geneology Society. The old Ebensburg newspaper seem to have lots of information, plus there is a James McKinney buried in the Potter's field of Cambria County. My list of people who aren't my great grandfather is very long. There was even a James M'Kinney who lived in Coupon around the same time period.
I have another question - Are there people who are buried in the Catholic cemeteries who don't have grave markers? If so, are there records of any kind?
Thanks again for your help,
|Eileen Hall||Kinney Family|
I was given your name by Father Sean Code as a possible person who could help me find an elusive ancestor. I have been looking for my great grandfather, James Augustine Kinney (or McKinney) who lived in the Coupon area probably in the late 1800's. I know that the church in Coupon burned, but thought somewhere there might be old records. He was married to Mary Ellen Farren Montgomery probably sometime between 1875 and 1882. There were 5 children birthdates ranging from 1882 to 1891. I found a coroner's record stating that a James Kinney was found dead in Baker's Mines, Blair County on 5/21/1891. I can't verify that this was my great grandfather, but my great grandmother was listed as a widow in 1900 census. I can't find a record of her death. There are two of their sons buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Harry & James W Kinney. Harry was my grandfather.
If you could give me any idea where I might find old records on my ancestors, I would be very happy.
|John S.||John Sikora|
I'm researching my grandparents. The following posting for John Sikora on Findagrave.com has peaked my courisity:
Death: Dec. 17, 1918
Note: Husband of Sophia (Manoviak); aged 38y. Church register says native of "Novy Targ" in Galicia.
Saint Joseph Cemetery
Created by: Albert Ledoux
Record added: Jul 04, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14820005
Could you provide me any information regarding the Church register mentioned above(location)? Who can I contact for more more information on John Sikora?
Added by John S. on Jan 08, 2012 8:44 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Catholic Vital Records|
Super- I will pass this on to her. Thank you!
|Brian J. Ensley||Catholic Vital Records|
I was wondering if you still have any volumes of your books "Catholic Vital Records" available? I was showing someone mine and they may be interested.
Sorry I made a typo on Marie Louisa - death as shown NOV, not MAR. thanks!
Thank you for photographing/listing the Kestermont graves in Corpus Christy Cemetery.
Peter J Kestermont (1858-1918)
Louise Kestermont (Actually Marie Louisa Regarde Kestermont 1862- 17 Mar 1927). My other family is in Alto Reste and various Altoona cemeteries (Metzger) and Mount Hope Blue Knob (Ritchey). Thanks again!
Well, my mother tells me the same thing. She knows the history in those regions.
Added by Ron on Dec 07, 2011 2:56 PM
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