|Karen Dwyer (#47414733)|
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|Bob Collins||RE: Barbetta Thomann|
The only legible text on the stone was the name THOMANN. The first name might be Maria. As there are 2 Maria Thomanns buried there, that seems like a good possibility. I'm guessing here--but it appears that you did not access the photo caption. Go to the page and click on the grave photo--it's a thumbnail link to the actual photo. The caption should appear beneath the enlarged image after you click on the thumbnail.
|Mary Wedrychowicz||Dorr and Mae spencer|
Thank you for posting, they are my maternal grandparents. Was delighted to find. Again much thanks!
Happy Holidays Karen! Thank you for the transfer & all your contributions. Mary
|Roger Melin||RE: Sarah Finlay|
You're very welcome. Does the name A. Elizabeth Donovan mean anything to you? I photographed her grave also, just in case.
|Tammy||Richard J. Armstrong|
Thank you very much for updating his memorial and connecting him to his father.
Added by Tammy on Oct 11, 2013 3:55 PM
|KEHAHN||Studer/Studor Burials at White Lake|
I am the gg granddaughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Studer/Studor who are buried at White Lake. The age on his headstone would indicate that he was born in 1817 rather than 1815. I had gotten the information about his birthplace from someone who was able to access the St Trinitatis Church Records, but am wondering where you found the maiden name of his mother, Magdalena?
Jacob and Elizabeth Studer/Studor also had two other children: Henry (1846, France - 1913, Woodgate) and Philip (1841, France - 1906, White Lake) and both are buried at White Lake Cemetery. Sarah Studor Hahn was my great grandmother.
Added by KEHAHN on Sep 14, 2013 10:56 PM
|Michael R. Schneider||Wilbert|
Could you transfer memorial # 76118822 to me?
My contributor #47276654.
Nice job on St. Josephs. You have made a couple of duplicates which I have sent edits on. I also found one that I duplicated and removed.
Added by DBT on Dec 14, 2012 8:12 AM
|DBT||St. Joseph's|Added by DBT on Dec 14, 2012 8:10 AM
|CHerr||john josephine dwyer|
you probably already knew of these, but fyi I just added photos of their stones at st. thomas in greig
Added by CHerr on Nov 16, 2012 8:36 AM
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