|C. Krueger (#46632820)|
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|My love of genealogy began with my parents who did a great amount of research on each of their families. This was before they died in the 1970's. I didn't want their research to be lost or forgotten. So I began to do further research adding information to their records, and most of all to share all of the research with extended family. I love the challenge of finding records of proof for each date given. |
You have my permission to use the gravestone pictures I have submitted to Find A Grave for your genealogy records, along with a notation giving me credit for them.
Please do not print out a biography I have written on any Memorial page and add that biography to ancestry or any place else. Content submitted on Find A Grave is copyrighted.
As I work on my family's genealogy I have added names of family and where they are buried so I can share that information with extended family members, and the burial locations will not be lost. As I continue to find information I sometimes change a biography and its contents to reflect what I have found.
Find A Grave is a wonderful place to help us with our genealogies. The dedicated members who take time to record hundreds of burials that are in a cemetery, take photographs of their graves and post that information so we can find them, is a wonderful help to all of us. They are truly dedicated members. As are the ones who volunteer to answer people's requests for photographs. For generations to come this information will be preserved.
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|CarmasKid||Jack Krauser Links|
The links for his parents have been added. Really, I should have thought of that, myself, but my scattered thoughts were on something else.
Best to you,
|CarmasKid||RE: John Krauser Gravestone|
It's nice to hear that someone benefited from our photo expeditions. I have used so much info at Find A Grave added by others. My goal is to add a memorial for each one I've used.
Little by little I'm trying to visually record Oak Ridge Cemetery. My husband's parents are buried there. The majority of the stones need some kind of clean up before taking a photo; usually grass trimming and brushing off the sandy soil that covers many of the flat-to-the-ground markers. I can't spend a lot of time on my feet these days and there are many trees so one is restricted to snapping pix at certain times of day.
I know some people disapprove of shaving cream but that was the only way you could have read John & Wilhemena's stone. I think that we are preserving the info before it is lost forever. We take a water sprayer with us and wash off the stone immediately after we snap the picture, so I don't think it does any harm.
There is a Jack Krauser memorial in the same cemetery for which I also added a photo. Is he connected to your John?
|Forever Memories||Amanda Lord|
I have transferred this Memorial to you as requested. I would enjoy reading her story, so let me know when you add it, if that is okay with you! Have a wonderful blessed day!
|Sheri Nozawa||RE: William Klotz|
You're welcome. Looking forward to reading about him! :)
|Sheri Nozawa||RE: William Klotz Gravestone Picture|
The memorial is made and transferred. I make the memorials from photos I take, but they serve so much more if I give them to family who can turn them into more than just dates & a headstone. You hold photos of him and his story. He's better off in your hands. :)
|Sheri Nozawa||William Klotz|
I have a photo of William F. Klotz Jr.'s headstone at Woodmere. Would you like to have the memorial after I create it? or would you prefer to create it & I can add the photo? It sure looks like you are family (based on your having photos of his parents.) Please let me know & I'll act accordingly.
|Theresa O||John Verlenden|
I am doing research of my nephew's father's (his mother is my sister, but he didn't know his father) family and came across John Verlenden and you. My nephew, Andrew Robert MacDonald's great grandmother was Marguerite YATES MacDonald. I have found that one of Marguerite's ancestors, John Yates, born in England about 1815, married Martha Verlenden, daughter of John Verlenden and Elizabeth Lane Wood. Could Elizabeth be the same person as you listed as Edith from Delaware County records? Martha Verlenden and her husband, John Yates lived in Darby where they raised children, Enos, John and Martha Yates. I know nothing more of John Yates, Sr. and know little about Elizabeth Lane Verlenden. Another coincidence is Enos Yates had a son named William Lane Yates. Your biography says you love a challenge. I wonder if you could help with this? Thank you! Theresa O'Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
|Andy Gappa||RE: Charles Bemisderfer|
I am not related and I was about to ask you if you wanted my Bemisderfer memorial. Hope to hear from you soon.
|Ross, NM||Mary A Gilberson|
It is my policy to not add Bio or links to memorials of folks I do not know.
I would be glad to transfer her memorial to you.
Added by Ross, NM on Jul 29, 2013 9:37 AM
|Paul Dobrogowski||RE: Klotz Graves|
Yes, same location for both.
I was in a different section and saw a marker
for Herman Klotz, not knowing if he has family or not. I just took the picture and created the Memorial.
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