|Nona Forrest (#46501243)|
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I am getting so many computer viruses and every time I get a findagrave email hotmail says it is not safe to open so now I will not. Please leave messages here Thanks. Use any foto of mine for your family page...that was my whole point of taking it....and if u are related and want the site let me know it can help u make other connections in your tree|
What is going on ...this used to be such a consistent site...now the page is so screwed up...thanks ancestry helpers ...you really know how to keep things annoying.
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always happy to help
Added by Bobby on Nov 24, 2014 1:17 PM
|Amy H.||Erwin Kriegel|
I got your message about the Kriegel Family in Giddings Cemetery. Erwin and Leonard are brothers and they are sons of Gus (Karl Gustav - Memorial# 31337859). Ernst Kriegel is their uncle. My great-grandfather was another brother of Gus and Ernst. Hope that clears things up. ;-)
Added by Amy H. on Nov 02, 2014 8:04 PM
|lisa jillani||Anna Phifer|
I was unable to locate Anna's grave to take a pic for you. There were some leaves on the ground but I don't think there was enough to completely cover any grave stones. The grave stones in this cemetery are in very bad shape.
Alice Rouswell Stinnett is not a sibling of Clemie Denning - she is an aunt. Alice was the sister to John Allen Rouswell (Clemie's father).
Thanks for the correction - Clemie's daughter.
|Helen Sharpe||Nancy Bunn|
Nancy was 4 on the 1850 Census and 14 on the 1860.
|Deb||RE: Hi Deb|
"Fox Cemetery Platte City, Missouri" Yes, my info came from an old transcription of the cemetery. I think it was DAR, but cannot find it not. I feel confident there were stones at some point, hopefully just buried and could be uncovered???
Added by Deb on Sep 25, 2014 7:07 AM
|ale doc||RE: Make sure you know about this|
Thank you very much for your help and for transferring Mary to me.
I appreciate it very much.
Greetings from Italy
Added by ale doc on Sep 20, 2014 5:08 AM
|Island goddess||this is my daddy grave ..|
why did you put my daddy here ???? who are you to my family ?????
|ale doc||just forgot|
Do you mind if I ask you to tranfer her to me?
Added by ale doc on Sep 17, 2014 2:16 PM
Dear Nona Forrest,
this is Alessandro from Italy.
My grand grand uncle left Italy in 1890 and He started a new life in Nola.
I was happy to find his grave in 2012 just knowing his name after a long research but unfortunately no descendant seems alive there. All his relatives I knew are buried with him in the the grave I found there.
I couldn't find just his doughter Mary Theresa Rivara but I descovered later being buried in texas and you recorded her in Find a grave.
Her # is 48125842.
Maybe you can help me taking a picture of her headstone and checking if there are some relatives of her buried with or close to her or maybe finding some records in the cemetery office. By the way I'll write to the cemetery too in the meanwhile.
I really hope to find some relatives of mine living in Texas.
Thank you very much for your attention.
Greetings from Italy
Added by ale doc on Sep 17, 2014 2:13 PM
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