|Mary and Charlie Burrow (#47086746)|
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First and foremost... Many thanks to the interpreter who has been a tremendous help: Nicholas Maskalick |
Our Motto: No Cemetery too big, no Cemetery too small, if we can't find a marker, it's not there at all!
We, the genealogist and the photographer, really enjoy being volunteers for Find-a-Grave. It is very gratifying to be helping others and making new friends. Also, it is enjoyable seeing the earlier generation's monuments, crypts and markers.
We are a retired military family (USMC). After over 22 years we settled in Pittsburgh, Pa. Charlie is from Tennessee, Mary grew up in Pittsburgh. (Mary won the tossup.)
Thanks to all for the great responses of our findings. They are the icing on the cake!
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|c.walker||Re: Mary A. (Tanney) Kiley|
Thank you for checking for obit. Unfortunately this great grandmother died 16 years before i was born, and as far as vital statistics or a paper trail of any sort, she has fallen thru the cracks. Her son, my grandfather, moved from Pittsburgh after marriage and lost touch with that portion of the family, due to a number of circumstances.
Again, thank you for checking.
Added by c.walker on Sep 01, 2016 2:41 PM
|c.walker||Bernard "Barney" Tanney|
Thank you for the obit on Bernard Tanney, a great uncle of mine. He immigrated to the United States around 1868 and later his niece, my great grandmother, Mary A. (Tanney) Kiley, joined his family. She was born in 1868 in Tyrone Co. Ireland and immigrated to US in either 1878 or 1882 . We have no known pictures of her . She was widowed in 1898 at age 30 and left with 5 children to raise. She is buried in St Augustine Cemetery in Millvale, there is no marker on her grave. The cemetery superintendent took us to her grave when we visited the Pittsburgh area. Do you know if there is an obit for Mary A, Kiley ( nee Tanney) in any Pittsburgh papers. If you locate an obit, i will remove one of the photos on the memorial to accommodate it.
Added by c.walker on Sep 01, 2016 10:12 AM
|Bill Malsch||Margaret Malsch|
I forgot to add to my previous message - "Semper Fi!"
|Bill Malsch||RE: MARGARET MALSCH AT WEST LIBERTY CEMETERY|
"Thanks" for the photograph.
thank you for photographing the lanick graves. i am trying to research my lanick roots. my great aunt married john lanick. nciolas lanick, one of the graves was his cousin. joseph lanick, his son, is one of my mother/s first cousins once removed. please email me if you are a lanick or if anyone contacts you looking for lanick. rita campbell,
firstname.lastname@example.org. there are laniks in the jewish and the roman catholic graveyards in ribotycze poland.know where all four laniks lived in 1807. this is the village in which all of the lanicks in st john/s cemetery came from.
|R Durschinger||RE: Eleanor Rosfeld|
Thank you so much for the beautiful picture of Eleanor and Charles J. Rosfeld's tombstone. Your effort is much appreciated. Ruth
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Sylvester J Nicholson|
Thanks for the photo
|Beverly Osman Morris||George & Laura Turbett|
Hi Mary and Charlie,
Thank you very much for taking and adding their shared headstone photo at West Liberty Cemetery.
~Blessings, Bev in Calif.
|Julia Bowman||RE: Transfer|
Thanks. You have done a lot of work. I hope I can do as much. I enjoy the research and the satisfaction of helping someone finding a loved one. My mom is from Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. We visit as often as we can.
|Jan Dahlquist||Mary Wood-Yeager|
aha, born in 1844- thanks for the heads up!
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