|Samantha Fletcher (#47586830)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about six years. For the past 3 years I have been on Ancestry.com, and the past 2 years I have been on Find A Grave. Although it's fun doing genealogy on the computer, I am pretty energetic and like finding hard evidence, too, which is why I would be happy to go snap a picture from the local cemetery. :)|
My first ancestors in the United States arrived in 1844 (I know, not that early, but I can't help it..) from Hessen in Germany. My great-great grandmother, Mary Regina Bolender is the oldest ancestor I have born in the States (1845, New York). I have family from all over: Germany, England, Poland, and, depending on how far back you want to go, Scandinavia, France, Spain, Italy, Russia, and much more, but that all starts in like the 14th century. DNA results prove that I am 39% British, 35% Eastern European, and 24% Scandinavian (2% unknown).
Please feel free to leave me a message if you are related to or know anything of the following surnames:
Fletcher, Fleischfresser, Fischer, Sterns, Swiatlowski, Lena, Mertes, Eichstaedt, Schulz, Pfeffer, Milech, Bolender, Ashmann, Keller, Kosnik, Kushnak, Kiczewski, Sault, Salt, Gradl, Welches, Wilkes, Pattinson, Blenkinship, Butler, Maas, Luy, Sniegowski, Butzin(e), Schuett, Brietske, Groth, Kienast, Bappert, Lomb, Steimers
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|Sue Butterfield Picard||RE: Sault|
I will be glad to transfer. Please go to his page, click on edit & request the transfer there. Otherwise I have find your member number, copy that, find the memorial page & then transfer. Much easier for requests to be done through the update & correction link on the edit button on the memorial page itself. Thanks.
|Jade Schmitt||RE: Gradl Family|
Please submit any requests for transfer via the "edit a memorial" / "suggest a correction" tab
All transferred. There is an infant as well of Ernest & Mathilda's buried in Forest Cemetery. I transferred that one as well. The cemetery registers indicates that the infant is buried in the same plot, so it it perhaps unmarked.
Added by Jonelle on Aug 04, 2013 3:05 PM
|Lenora (Weber) Mulock||corrections and additions|
Hello when making any corrections or additions could you please use the Edit tab on the memorial as it is a little easier to make corrections. Thanks a lot
|Theresa Williams||RE: Thank you!|
The Lena's memorials have now been transferred to you. It is wonderful that you are able to add more to their memorials. Have a wonderful day!
|Larry B||RE: Margaret Harms Luy|
From the book Town of Granville Irish and St. Michael's Cemetery
Added by Larry B on Oct 29, 2011 7:25 AM
|Dusty Dirt||RE: Thank you!|
You are most welcome! Always happy to bring relatives and ancestors to life for the family.
|james thomas||fleischfresser in good hope|
found alfred, nice family gravestone. buried with him is hattie (1893-1960) and tech sgt harold a. (1926-1947). the other side of the family gravestone has the family name; ranieri. with louis (1927-1999) and ethel(1928--)engraved on the stone. if these are of interest to you, add to findagrave, request photo and i will fulfill. from jim
|james thomas||fleischfresser in pilgrims rest|
found julius. buried next to him is emilie (1854- 1942). if she is of interest to you, add to findagrave, request photo and i will fulfill. from jim
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