|Frank K. (#46941322)|
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My contributions are in honor of those, who walked before us, no disrespect is intended whatsoever by my submissions to this website.|
BE KIND TO ONE ANOTHER, WE ALL MAKE MISTAKES. AND THIS IS A HOBBY, SOME OF US HAVE REAL JOBS.
“There are three deaths. The first is when the body ceases to function. The second is when the body is consigned to the grave. The third is that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time.”
I NEED YOUR HELP: Check out the virtual cemetery on the right. Maybe you can help finding these folks' final resting places.
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Born in Germany in the 60's and growing up in Berlin and Munich, I now live in Central New York. I started my own genealogy in the 70's, then did my High School and College thing in the 80's, and came to the US in the 90's. Now I am taking pictures for fun and business. Some of the photos I post are digitally enhanced, so the lettering on older grave markers is easier to read. The information on FINDAGRAVE is provided by thousands of volunteers. Please let's not forget we are all volunteers. I take exception with those volunteers who say their photos are copyrighted. Why take photos if you're not going to share them with everyone? My photos are free to anyone who wants to copy them for non-profit purposes, no need to ask. A credit to FINDAGRAVE would be nice. After all, they are just photos of grave markers, not the Mona Lisa!
If you find errors on any of my submitted items, please be so kind and let me know so I can correct those. It's important for all of us hobby-family-researchers and historians to remain accurate in the data we publish. Always glad to transfer memorials following the FaG's guidelines. Just send me a SAC: Click on the memorial's EDIT tab, then on "Suggest any other correction or addition", that way I get your number and that of the memorial.
When researching European names, pay specific attention to the spelling, especially when uncommon letters are involved. In German there are those "Umlaute": Ä, Ö, Ü, ä, ö, ü.
Do not assume that Schäfer and Schaefer are the same. And Boeck is not the same as Böck.
Search for European Nobility with and without prefix, e.g. Friedrich von Bayern or Friedrich Bayern. Frederick of Bavaria or Frederick Bavaria. For Dutch names with the "van" search with and without space: "VanAusten" and "Van Austen".
I welcome every message left for me, but will delete them after I read and acted upon them. I like my member page "clutter-free", I am German after all. Giggle.
County Finder , ACME Mapper , Beta Mapper , GPS calculator, Everlasting Calender
Currently working on:
Creating maps for the cemeteries in Oswego; and Onondaga; Counties in New York.
Entering memorials and adding photos to....
Woodlawn Cemetery (Syracuse, NY)
-DONE: Sections 12, 14, 19, 23, 24, 25, 45, 50, 51, 63, and all 5 mausoleums
-WORKING ON: sections 30, 58, and 61
Fellow graver Noelle has finished sections 7, 15, and is working on sections 3, 28, 32, 34, 35, and 43
Mount Adnah Cemetery (Fulton, NY)
DONE: Sections 10, 12, 18
WORKING ON: Section 21
St. Mary's Cemetery (Fulton, NY)
DONE: Sections A, 22, 23, 24, 25
Poiley Tzedek Cemetery (Syracuse, NY)
Cemeteries in and around the following German cities:
► München (Munich)
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Should I become part of my own entries and therefore won't be able to manage "my" memorials anymore, I would like them to be transferred over to contributor af (#47059011).
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Ancestry.com has an immigration entry for Ratchel Slive on the S.S. Moltke from Boulogne. She arrived in New York in 1904 with several children, the final destination being Syracuse NY, and a husband "Morris Slive" living at 300 Monroe St. listed in the "friend or relative" column. An Ancestry family tree containing Morris Slive has an attached newspaper announcement for his marriage to Yetta in 1910. As several of his children were born before 1910, they obviously had a mother other then Yetta. With this information I feel Ratchel was his first wife, and that as a carpenter he made her grave marker when she died. This is the evidence I used to make the link, which I believe is compelling. Unfortunately, I cannot read Hebrew, and I do not have access to Beth Israel records. If there is primary information available proving another family relationship (like maybe she was his sister or sister-in-law)let me know, and I will gladly correct.
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