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If your messages are disabled, I cannot communicate with you - that's a shame. If you leave me a message and I cannot reply, it gets deleted unread and with no action. I don't send edits on random memorials to communicate with contributors.
I won't collaborate with people who leave biographical information as virtual flowers. I will not make edits based on that. Tacky.
Please do not post obit scans, newspaper scans, DCs, screen shots, etc. to memorials I manage. They are reported and removed.
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|Nate Kearns||RE: Mary Burkhart (#151544949)|
Thanks! I really appreciate all the help!
|TreeClimber||Transfer of # 98403834|
Could you transfer managment of Donald Wayne Bostic # 98403834 to me. He is my cousin.
Thanks so much!
Janet Goodman Lane
|mel truman||Mary Burkhart|
I searched and photographed the entire section (about 100 graves) and couldn't come up with Mary. It appears the single digit sections are older with many worn and damaged markers and a lot of open space where there could be graves without stones.
This memorial is a duplicate of two other memorials: # 135453374 and # 135453354.
The names on the headstones are John V and Jane M Baulsir. The other two memorial have individual photos of the headstones and when you zoom in on the lettering you can read the names and dates very clearly.
Look at all the Baulsir in this cemetery and you will see duplicates.
Added by Jose on Jul 25, 2016 3:35 AM
|mel truman||RE: Christ Our Redeemer|
It's my pleasure, that's one of my favorites and believe it or not, I was out there last night so I'll be posting some photos from Section 2 and I definitely want to get a closer look at the other single digit numbered sections. I also just found Pine Creek Allison Park, The Lithuanian Association on Bellevue Rd and St Nicholas Millvale. I come from Glenshaw so I found Pine Creek fascinating and can't wait to go back. I got your request and will most likely be out sometime tomorrow. Keep up the good work!
|Nate Kearns||Mary Burkhart (#151544949)|
I'm interested in your memorial for Mary Burkhart (#151544949). I am trying to find information on my 3rd great grandmother by that name who probably died in Allegheny City (Pittsburgh area) in 1886. Do you have any more information on the Mary Burkhart that is buried in Christ Our Redeemer Catholic Cemetery? Where did you get the information that there was a Mary Burkhart buried there? Thanks for any help you can give!
|John Doherty||RE: Maria (148189990) & James Cardino (148189989)|
Maria is my 2nd great grandmother and James is my 2nd great uncle.
|Dakota ||Bandone Family Members in Green-Wood Cemetery|
I'm currently interested in finding more about the Bandone Family Members: Celestina, Giacomo, and Josephine that are buried in Kings County (Brooklyn), NY. I'm currently in the process of researching my Italian Family tree and believe these 3 to be relatives of our family.
Added by Dakota on Jul 18, 2016 5:04 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Isaac Feigh #155269667|
He and his 2nd wife Nettie's daughter, Catherine, listed him as "Ike" on her marriage license application
I would imagine that Ike would be a nickname for him. Also, he is listed as Ignatius in the 1910 Census (with his 1st wife Ellen) and on his WWI Draft Registration Card. I didn't cut/paste the link for these two since I'm not sure if you have access to Ancestry.com.
Isaac may have been another nickname that he went by. He was from a town here in Cambria County called Nicktown which was settled by and still mostly Catholic. Dealing with Catholic records quite frequently, Isaac isn't really a catholic name, but Ignatius is.
If I had that as a first name, I'd probably go by a nickname, too. I see he doesn't have a photo of his headstone posted, so if it does have "Isaac" listed on it or on the local cemetery records, it is most assuredly his nickname.
Hope this helps!
|Larry Shrum||Margaret Virginia Shrum|
Hi, I'm MVS 1st cousin 4th removed living a few miles from St. Matthews Reformed Church (name when ancestors founded and now renamed such recently). I didn't catch who you are.
I'm new to this Find-A-Grave thing and thought I was helping with some info I know first hand. I rechecked her tombstone this morning and see I mis-read her birthday it is "June 30, 1859".
Just what info are you seeking and how can I help?
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