|Donna Casey (#46922894)|
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I was bitten by the genealogy bug in 2000. Researching the Casey, Clabeaux, Gottschalk,Grabenstatter, Humbert, Krawczyk, Paradowski and Wachowski families. Remember those who have passed on before us with a prayer.|
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|TWisler||Elizabeth Riedel Ulrich|
Thank you for the. Transfer of her memorial
Added by TWisler on Oct 17, 2014 7:18 PM
|Ross Adam Wood Sr.||John and Martha Clark|
I noted you mentioned that Jasper N. Clark is the son of John and Martha. I believe Martha to be the younger sister of my GGG grandfather, Augustus Wood. Martha was born in Greene Co., @ 1817 and their mother Huldah Wood was living with Martha and her daughter Rosa to at least 1870 as reflected in the census. If you can shed any light in this area it is greatly appreciated. I noted you mentioned there is no marker for Jasper. Are there records available for Woodlawn that might shed some light?
Thank you very much for taking the time to photograph John, Augusta and Christopher Russow and also Alice Russow Norwood. It is greatly appreciated. Holly
Added by Holly on Sep 26, 2014 10:30 AM
|D.E. Losey||Audrey Losey|
Thank you very much for going and taking a picture of her headstone. I appreciate it very much.
Thanks so much for creating this memorial for Laura Sabat. Would you please transfer management of her memorial to me? Thank you so very much. Gram.
Added by Gram on Sep 06, 2014 5:48 PM
|Lora Blanchard Kuhn||Benjamin Weaver|
Hi. I see on this mans information that he was 39 when he died. The 1850 census for him shows he is living in Centerville, Allegany, New York with his wife Anna and 3 children and that he was born about 1789 in Rhode Island. If he died as it states in 1852 it would make him about 63 when he died, not 39. Would appreciate your help with this when you have time.
|scotdeerie||Wroblewski's at Oakwood|
The headstone is up for the three Wroblewskis and I have embedded photos in the memorials for you (and removed others). I also submitted an edit for the mother's dates of birth/death since the stone gave that information.
|Moos Raaijmakers||pvt Larkin|
Thank you for posting the picture of his gravemarker.
They paved the way!
|Star Kline||Charles & Viola Rustay|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of their tombstone and uploading it to their memorials. You really did a great job of getting a nice, clear photo. I was so happy to see that there were flowers on the grave. Thanks again for your time and effort, and for your many other contributions to Find A Grave.
Thank you so very much for taking the photos of the Russow plots for me. It is so greatly appreciated. I no longer live in New York so I am so happy that volunteers take the time out of the day so we can see our loved ones graves. May I have tour permission to copy the photos for my family tree. I would give toy credit for taking the photos. Holly
Added by Holly on Jun 09, 2014 5:24 PM
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