Hi, I went out today to try to find Mary and Sophia's graves. A grounds keeper, while on the photo with the office staff, verified that Mary is buried in the 'empty' spot between the two graves that are shown on her memorial page. She apparently does not have a stone. The grounds keeper was unable to find Sophia's grave. He is going to get a detailed map of the area and I will stop back later in the week to attempt to find it.
Added by Joyce on Aug 09, 2010 12:20 PM
|Donna Parker||Milan Mandich|
Hi, - I'm researching a Mandich/Savich line for an older relative and I'm thinking this might be our Milan -- do you have more information on him? Are you a relative? Please contact me at email@example.com if you'd like to connect.
|Nancy Draper||Rev Isaac Cushman|
May I use the picture of his memorial?
Thank you for the photos of my ancestors you took in Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
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|Sue Warner||re: transfers|
I transferred the memorials that you requested.
|Sara Meier||Anna Kasprzky's grave|
Marcia, thank you so much for all your help with the Hewitt family. You are a huge asset to findagrave!!! Sincerely, Kay
Added by Kay on Nov 04, 2008 6:18 PM
|Kay||James and Mary Hewitt|
Thank you VERY much for the photo of James and Mary Hewitt's tombstone. I really appreciate your kindness. Thanks, Kay
Added by Kay on Nov 03, 2008 7:39 PM