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|Maria M||RE: message|
I did send an edit to add Louis Baer's birth & death dates. I thought I saw somewhere where you said if you are a direct descendent to let you know and give you my Find A Grave # and you would transfer it. Sorry if I misunderstood.
Added by Maria M on Jun 29, 2016 10:17 AM
|Carol Rogers||Vaclav & Anna Cervenk|
In the Archdioses of St. Louis burial site is listed Vaclav and Anna Cervenk as you have listed on Find-A-Grave. There was a third burial in that same section 018 and lot 0019W for what was originally listed Maria "Komeskova" which I had changed to "Komrska" as she was the first wife of Vaclav/William Komrska (my great grandfather). Her maiden name was Medek and she died on 14 Oct 1885, just one day prior of her burial. She was born on 19 Nov 1859. Vaclav and Anna "Cervenk" were her maternal grandparents.
Is there anyway of finding out if she already has a find-a-grave memorial number before I try setting one up? I'd like to connect her to my other Komrska relatives.
Transfer of memorial maintenance to ID "Momstore" done...
Have a nice day!
Re: Joseph Herold Find-a-Grave webpage
I would like to forward a message regarding your webpage for Joseph Herold that includes digital documentation for his birth, baptism, death and burial from St. Michael Archangel Catholic Church records at Paderborn, St. Clair Co., IL. Do you have an e-mail address that you could share?
Wade Herold Williams
Find-a-Grave Member wwilliams #48154655
Meanwhile, here are the FamilySearch.org links:
Full Name: Joseph Herman Herold
BORN October 12, 1870, St. Clair Co., IL
BAPTIZED October 14, 1870 Paderborn, St. Clair Co., IL at St. Michael's Archangel Catholic Church
DIED July 2, 1871, St. Clair Co., IL
BURIED July 3, 1871, Paderborn, St. Clair Co., IL at St. Michael's Archangel Catholic Church Cemetery
Find-a-Grave URLs for Parents:
As you can see from my photo, Geneva Carnaghi is also on the stone with Cesare and Ida, so I feel like this is most likely the correct gravesite for your Ida since her name was also on the death certificate as informant.
I know it can be super confusing with the many Italian families using so many of the same names!! However, take a look at the photo and let me know what you think. If you think not, I will remove the photo which I put up. Sorry to be so pesky!
Added by Carmian on May 15, 2016 12:00 PM
|Mark Lay||Barkey family at Old St. Peter & Paul|
I just wanted to make a correction for Arthur C. Barkey and his wife Katherine Feick at plot 999.
Arthur's wife Katherine, son Russell and daughter Henrietta were moved to Laurel Hills 9 January 1948. This leaves only Arthur C. Barkeys father Frederick, 9 Sept 1907,
Arthur C. brother, also a Fred 30 December 1939.
Arthur C. Sister Eleana Marie, 12 June 1885
Arthur C. brother Alex, 4 November 1887,
Arthur C. Brother Gustav, 19 June 1892.
Of course you could not have known that.
Arthur C. Barkey is not a direct ancestor, he is a 1st cousin trice removed. I'm also a member of Findagrave. Number 47557219.
Added by Mark Lay on Apr 23, 2016 1:00 PM
|nunya||Emma Beauvais Eichele, Louis Beauvais|
You have a woman named Barrett as Louis Beauvais' wife. His wife was Emma Eichele Beauvais. I am a relative.
Added by nunya on Mar 11, 2016 4:02 PM
|Tom Young||Elizabeth Eidel|
I am not sure why you insist on transferring this memorial to me when I have told you this is a mistake. I do not know who this person is and have no interest in her. I transferred her back to you, so you might transfer her to the original requestor. If you prefer, I can just delete her entirely and be done with the matter. Your choice.
|Tom Young||Elizabeth Eidel|
Sorry, not mine. This must be someone else's transfer request.
|Tom Young||Thomas Young|
Thank you for the transfer.
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