|Dennis Friedman (#47576627)|
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I have been working on my family tree since Oct. 2001.
Mathias Friedman, my Great, Great, Great Grandfather was the first person to bring my side of the family over from Baden Baden Germany in 1832, He made his home in Canton, Ohio. If you think that you might be related, I would like to hear from you and share information. I am on Ancestry.com and have over 6,000 people in my tree, If you would like to see it, just let me know, if you don't have an account no problem, just send me a email and I can send you a free invite, Thank you.
(Please note, Union Lawn Cemetery, Navarre, Ohio. If you're using the Cemetery Map and the Stark Co., Cemetery Inscriptions, it won't work, only Section one is the same, the map shows seven sections but the Stark Co, Cemetery Inscriptions only has five sections).
----The Stark Co. Cemetery Inscriptions (Has all of Stark Co, Ohio, burial records and ends in about 1985) Copy an past this link in to your web browser: http://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22Ohio%20Genealogical%20Society.%20Stark%20County%20Chapter%22
If you need me to update any of your family's information, that's fine, but please use the edit tab on the top right corner of that persons page, Click, Suggest a correction or provide additional information, also to add a spouse or parents, please give me the Find A Grave code number that is located at the left lower corner of the page, it is eight numbers long. Thank You
"Note" Fallen Gravers, To Find A Grave member that are very sick or have died, or simply don't want or can't manage the memorials any longer, I will take them, in part or all of them, just let me know. Thank you
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|Liane Bamburg||RE: Re: Thomas & Jane White|
|Gloria Sturm||Friedman transfer|
You're quite welcome! I'm sure you're more closely related than I am! :) I was just taking pictures of some more graves in the same row as one that I had been looking for, so I'm glad to pass it over!
|Liane Bamburg||Jane White updates|
I have made the updates that you requested, again I am not able to select Jackson Twp since it is not an option for a place of death.
|Liane Bamburg||Thomas White|
I just wanted to let you know that I have made the suggested changes you have asked me to make to the following memorial with the exception of Jackson Twp. for the place of death because the system did not have this as an option to pick from.
If you would like to see the changes click on the link below:
|Mark Browning||A D & Mary Auseon|
I wanted to let you know that I have transferred them to you. Please provide them a proper bio and memorial.
Mark Douglas Browning
|Mr. Badger Hawkeye||RE: Photo, Jean Anna (Hoeger) Friedmann|
It is o.k. with me.
|Nathan Plum(b)||RE: picture of John Huffman|
that is absolutely fine :)
BTW, the Weurttemberg Immigration Index shows Caroline Barbara Lang, b. 9 July 1843, Eichishof. This is from her application to immigrate, so should be correct. Eichishof is a small town in Wuerttemberg, which matches what is given on the 1880 census. So you may want to correct the birthplace on her memorial.
Added by Zella on Feb 24, 2013 10:02 AM
|Zella||RE: Re: Pantaleon Metz|
After I wrote this I found the Stark County Cemetery Records online in an ebook and I checked that cemetery - no luck. But he could still be buried there without a stone. You may want to phone the church and see what kind of records they have.
Another thought - the Metz burials at St. Bernards are all in row along the back fence, and I recall that there are a couple of stones there that just say 'mother' or 'father' and it was hard to tell who they were to be matched up with (there are a couple of other families also in that general area). I'll have to try and get out there and see if the 'father' stone is close to Barbara's. I doubt if he would have been buried there originally, but they may have move him there after her death.
Incidentally, there was a Barbara Metz who live in the senior center next to St. Bernards - she used to joke with me that she would walk over there to visit 'her' gravestone. Apparently her husband was a descendant of those Metzes, so you may know her.
Added by Zella on Feb 24, 2013 9:49 AM
|Zella||RE: Re: Pantaleon Metz|
I would suggest starting with Saints Philip and James Catholic Cemetery in Canal Futon. That looks like the most likely.
Added by Zella on Feb 23, 2013 4:33 PM
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