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Mary Urban (#47354171)
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Chris Prondzinski
Wedding day and Andrew Cepon
I was looking at your memorials, and I noticed you had Andrew Cepon in there. He was in Antone Copp's Wedding Day photo, in which I am going to email to you after this. I don't know if this is the one in the picture, since his wedding was in 1923, so he would have been 53 years old.
Added by Chris Prondzinski on Jun 13, 2014 7:26 PM
Chris Prondzinski
RE: FB and Find-a-grave
That's good, glad I could somewhat help. Best Luck, Chris
Added by Chris Prondzinski on Jun 13, 2014 7:22 PM
Chris Prondzinski
RE: FB and Find-a-grave
You could go to your profile tab, edit my profile, and there should be a box you could check if you want to get emailed when a member messages you. Thanks, I'm on find a grave almost every day. Chris
Added by Chris Prondzinski on Jun 13, 2014 3:52 PM
Chris Prondzinski
Hi
Hi Mary, I just found out you had a find a grave profile. I'm part of your facebook group. Thanks, we'll talk soon.
Added by Chris Prondzinski on Jun 13, 2014 2:55 PM
Judith Edminster
John Debevic
Hi Mary,

I just discovered the photo of my Great-Grandparents' grave at your site--John and Jenny Debevic. I see it was added just last spring, and I was wondering how that came about. I have no contact with this side of my family, as we moved from Illinois to Florida in 1959. I have a photo of Jenny holding me in her backyard in 1956 when I was just a toddler, and a vague memory of summer visits prior to 1959. If I knew how this memorial photo came to be added, perhaps I could get in touch with some of my cousins, whom I've never met.

Thanks for your response,

Judith Rhoades Edminster
Added by Judith Edminster on Apr 13, 2014 10:51 PM
Spaceman Spiff
RE: Edward J. Fender
Hi, Mary.

I received your message, but have to confess I'm a bit mystified as to why you wrote to me. I did not create the memorial for him and have no connection to him whatsoever.

My only guess is that you saw my cemetery sign photo on the page and thought that meant I had some involvement. However, when a photo is posted of a cemetery sign or entrance, FindAGrave automatically propagates it to every person's page who is buried/entered for that cemetery. In other words, I posted the photo of the cemetery sign on the page for Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens, and FindAGrave automatically adds it to the page of anyone buried there. If you look at any of the other 15,000+ names entered for the cemetery, you will see the same photo on each page. But that doesn't mean I have any connection to those people. I just took a photo of the cemetery sign and posted it.

You might try clicking on the name/I.D. of the person who actually added the memorial for Edward J. Fender. Looks like it's "J.A. & D.S." But then again, they might just be someone who canvassed the cemetery and added names, or acquired a list of burials from RootsWeb or some other method and imported them. But it wouldn't hurt to check with them.

Note: I just went to their bio page and it looks like they've removed their email address as well as the Comment feature, however. So in order to contact them you'll have to go to Edward J. Fender's page and click on the "Edit" tab and then on the "Suggest a correction" link. That will allow you to get a message to them.

Sorry I wasn't of more help. Good luck!
Sincerely,
John
Added by Spaceman Spiff on Sep 24, 2011 9:14 PM
A. Newman
About Elizabeth Dunn
You can call Evergreen Cemetery to see if they have additional information or know who to talk to at the Fiduciary. Death certificates can be ordered from the state, but you have to prove that you have a right to the certificate.
Added by A. Newman on Sep 24, 2011 7:20 PM
Donald Reindl
RE: Ana Oven Gosar
Dear Mary, Thank you for the information; I've updated the memorial for both Ana and Alojzij with your information and added relationship links. Regarding the fate of Alojzij (the son), the only information I've had so far is from Matija Škerbec's "Krivda rdeče fronte" (published in Cleveland in 1957), available at http://www.safaric-safaric.si/knjige/MS%201957%20Krivda%20rdece%20fronte%202a.htm. On page 147 it says that Lojze (= Alozjij) Gosar was among the Home Guard troops forcibly returned from Austria and murdered (so I've also left that information posted). However, it sometimes contains errors because it was compiled a decade after the war as far as I know.

I've got 17th-century ancestors from the village of Razori (next to Podsmreka), so I'm probably very distantly related to the Ovens.
Added by Donald Reindl on Sep 13, 2010 9:47 PM
 

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