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Kendall Mellem
One more try
Obviously, I should have waited until morning to post--I'm making silly errors this evening. The burials in Castle Hohenzollern Cemetery and Castle Hohenzollern on Find A Grave are NOT duplicates, as I stated below. I'm still confused, however, as to whether these are two separate or one and the same cemetery.
Added by Kendall Mellem on Nov 17, 2016 5:59 PM
Kendall Mellem
Castle Hohenzollern
Please IGNORE my message below. I see that you have corrected the name of the cemetery. It does appear, however, that there are now both Castle Hohenzollern Cemetery and simple Castle Hohenzollern, with duplicate graves.
Added by Kendall Mellem on Nov 17, 2016 5:52 PM
Kendall Mellem
Louis Ferdinand von Preussen Memorial 15846576
According to the Wikipedia.de page for Burg Hohenzollern and also that for Louis Ferdinand von Preussen, the Prince and his wife, Kira von Russland, are not buried in a "cemetery" at Hohenzollern Castle, but in the Russian Orthodox Auferstehungskapelle (Resurrection Chapel) within the castle. (This is one of three chapels in Burg Hohenzollern.) I believe you created this cemetery. Perhaps you could alter its name? Perhaps take off the word "cemetery," which implies an outdoor burial ground, and leave it at something like Burg Hohenzollern, or, if you prefer English, Hohenzollern Castle.

From the page for Louis Ferdinand von Preussen: "Die Urnen von Louis Ferdinand, seiner Frau Kira und einiger ihrer Kinder sind in der russisch-orthodoxen Auferstehungskapelle der Burg Hohenzollern beigesetzt."
Added by Kendall Mellem on Nov 17, 2016 5:32 PM
aalay mehta
Burial Place of the Kirillovichi Romanov Family Branch
The Cyrilovichi Branch of the Romanov Family ( Grand Duke Cyril, Grand Duchess Viktoria, their Son Vladimir and Son's Wife Leonoida )are buried in the Grand Ducal Mausoleum in the Fortress of Peter and Paul, and NOT the Cathedral of Peter and Paul in the Peter and Paul Fortress where the Tsar / Emperors and Empresses of Imperial Russia are buried.....
Added by aalay mehta on Jul 12, 2011 4:48 AM
 

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