|Anita K (#47454214)|
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Researching my family history has recently become important to me... this site has been very helpful in linking up ancestors in far away places and creating an album for my family.|
Grateful for the assistance, I'm also happy to return the favor... and it's helping me figure out where I want to invest in a "landing spot", also.
Update: I found out today that apparently at least one cemetery office thinks I'm scamming you, and therefore charges ridiculously high prices for information that I expected they'd offer as a customer service. (Well, at least I know where I WON'T be buying a plot!) All that to say I may have better luck with your requests if you call the cemetery yourself for the details, then post plot/location details in your request. (Specific directions to the grave in larger cemeteries would also be helpful.)
Also: Images I post here are for your use and distribution unless specifically noted otherwise. Credit is always appreciated.
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|Cheryl Behrend||Charity Robbins Photo|
Hi, You need to contact the person that added the photo. I just added the names.
You are welcome.
Hello I see you added a name to Find a grave : Wincenty Stabinski 1871-1911 , I believe this is my GreatGrandFather his birth year matches my research and I know the family were in Schuylkill, do recall a Josephine Stabinski in your travels of the cemetery ? Please e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: alvey|
There is a Mary Hughes Henry buried next to him, even though the headstone includes the Alvery name.
She's listed as Born Jul. 19, 1908, Death: Feb. 14, 1980
|John J. Rynkiewicz||RE: Shenandoah Heights|
Thanks and yes, I have many of the Rynkiewicz family from Shenandoah, PA but one never knows I could have missed some over the years.
Again, we appreciate all you do for everyone.
John J. Rynkiewicz (JJRynk@hotmail.com)
|Julie Nathanson||RE: Thomas/Alice May|
Always happy to help. FYI Thomas married a woman named Sarah (stone doesn't give maiden name)as well. I also added a photo of her gravestone.
|Kowan||RE: Alfred Aston|
I am glad I was able to help. May your tree grow with many treasures.
Added by Kowan on Sep 30, 2013 7:51 PM
|Ann||Alonzo Fry spouse|
Can you add this
Mrs. Nettie Fry Buried Here on Wednesday
Nov 18, 1952
The body of Mrs. Nettie Fry of Creco was brought to LaPorte City for burial in West View cemetery Wenesday afternoon, following funeral services in Elma.
Mrs. Fry died at the age of 95 years Monday in the Cresco Rest home where she had resided for three years. Death was contributed to a cerebral hemorrhage with which she was stricken two weeks earlier, complicated by advanced age.
As Nettie Evans she was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Evans in La Porte City, Oct 7, 1857 and grew to womanhood here.
On Nov 28, 1884 she married Alonzo Fry in La Porte City.
Several years later they moved to Rockford, where Mr. Fry died in 1929. During the latter years of her life she lived with a niece, Mrs. Carl Cable at Elma until entering the Cresco Rest home.
surviving are one brother, Fred Evans of Independence, the niece Mrs. Cable, who she reared and a number of other nieces and nephews.
Added by Ann on Aug 18, 2013 12:46 PM
|Judy Rather Medina||RE: Velenovsky stones in St Mary's Cemetery|
What a delightful surprise to find in my inbox! Thank you so much for taking the time to set up those Velenovsky memorials. I added a bit of information to Wenceslaus and Josephine (his wife) last night. There is a researcher in the Czech Republic who will be dancing a jig when he sees this information. Your kindness is appreciated. Judy
|Judy Rather Medina||Velenovsky Headstones|
Just a note to thank you so much for taking the time to snap photos of the Velenovsky headstones. I truly appreciate your willingness to help.
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