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Kraus Family
Nellie Kraus Cobourn # 84011906
Gustavus Adolphus Kraus # 83956778
Margaretta A. Kraus # 83956550
Annie H. Kraus # 84367010

Thank You so Much for your help. I live in Texas now, so no chance of a visit to the cemetery.
Nancy Cobourn Shaughnessy
Added by nshaughnessy on Feb 12, 2015 5:43 PM
Kraus Family
Thank you so much for putting the Kraus family
on find a grave. They are my aunt,s family I would
like to add more info. Please transfer they to me.
Thank you, Nancy Shaughnessy
Added by nshaughnessy on Feb 11, 2015 5:37 PM
Martin Baron's photograph
Hello Ron,
I am curious if you might have other Baron family member photos in your possession. Martin's father was my Aunt Esther's brother-in-law. She married (Harry) Isaac's brother Sam. Sam Baron died in 1954, two years before I was born. I don't have any pictures of her beloved husband, Sam, and would love to have one. Thanks in advance for your reply. ~Margie
Added by Marjorie on Feb 11, 2015 5:33 PM
Kristy Hoffmeister
Thank you for the photos of August and George Hoffmeister's grave. They were originally buried in section L and the moved in 1930 to section Belmont. I did not know their old stone still existed. I have to see if I am related to the Hafer's who share the headstone. Again,Thank you!!!
Kristy Hoffmeister
Added by Kristy Hoffmeister on Feb 02, 2015 10:43 AM
squadron a association
Trooper Bayne
Thanks for the posting !
Vince SQDN A
Added by squadron a association on Jan 18, 2015 10:47 AM
Melvin L. Halterman
Thanx for the transfer of the Ruth C. Moore Baer memorial.
Added by Melvin L. Halterman on Jan 14, 2015 3:29 PM
RE: Jacob Scheidt
You know I am having brain farts. If I would have just looked at the link to his wife that you created I would have seen the section. I need a long vacation lol
Added by Kim on Jan 13, 2015 3:22 PM
RE: Jacob Scheidt
Dont worry about it, i noticed you put the sections in your memorials so i know your very much into making memorials correct and complete. I appreciate it. When I did them i created a folder on my computer and then folders for each cemetery then in each cemetery the different sections then the graves in the sections. That way if Find A Grave ever went away and a new site came about I could create the memorials again. I actually started that the second year i did them. I use to just delete them off my camera, but I am anal and thought best to keep a record in case Find A Grave crashes. Let me know if you ever move on to Baltimore cemetery or new cathedral. I went to the new cathedral cemetery to get pics of 2 ancestors and it was a seedy area and the streets well were full of scary people. The cemetery was nice but the drive was creepy. I have 4 photo requests for baltimore cemetery, i should call them and see if they will give me the locations of the graves. Thanks for the info.
Added by Kim on Jan 13, 2015 3:13 PM
Jacob Scheidt
Thanks for the pic of his stone. I was wondering if its not too much trouble if you find a stone can you send me the section it was in. I know your good at organizing and doing whole sections at a time. This will help complete the memorials and give descendants a known spot to visit. Plus for some of the ones i did with interesting obits i may want to go pay respects. Thanks again :-)

Added by Kim on Jan 13, 2015 12:01 PM

Thanks for creating the memorials for George Howell and his wife, Virginia Magruder.

George married first (1842)to Virginia's older sister, Ruth Barron Magruder. I was told that Ruth was buried at Loudon Park also. She was born ab,. 1821 and died before 1852. By any chance, do you remember seeing her name in the records. If she is not there, then she is at
the family cemetery and I will create a memorial for her.

Thanks also for the excellent photos. Your help is sincerely appreciated.

Added by Margaret on Dec 27, 2014 7:18 AM
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