About the picture - my guess 1919 but could be a few years earlier, I have other photo on the same day when Uncle Horace got captured. He was not happy about that. Names on back of picture as I gave you by Frances.
Send me your e-mail I you want pictures. Have Ma Pa's photo book.
Re; Laurens E Dietz, Memorial# 61358857 Hi BK! I don't know if you are interested in posting obituaries to the memorials that you have but I search out and transcribe ones I find then send them off to the creator when there is an established memorial... if you prefer I not send them to you just let me know and I will stop. If you wish to copy my transcription (BELOW) and post you may do so. I know the value of an obit... small bits of info can open a door. Thank you for consider this! Happy Stone Hunting! Kitty Lambert-Rudd
From the Obituary of Laurens Dietz 1918 - September 13, 2010 Laurens E. Dietz, age 92, of Hamburg died Monday, September 13, 2010 at Father Baker Manor, Orchard Park. Mr. Dietz was born in West Seneca, NY the son of the late Louis and the late Charlotte (Young) Dietz. He served in the Coast Guard from 1942 to 1945 during World War II. He was employed by Frontier High School in Hamburg, New York. Laurens was predeceased by his wife Elaine W. (Rupp) in 2009. He is survived by one daughter: JoAnn (Gilbert) D. Beck, Jeffrey E. (BettyAnn) and Laurens "Bucky" Dietz. He has left behind many beloved grandchildren. The Memorial Service will be Saturday September 25th at 11:00am at the Wayside Presbyterian Church, S-5017 Lakeshore Road, Hamburg. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Orchard Park, NY.
Hazel's parents I found and posted the gravestone photo of her parent's stone. They are also buried in Section 6, off of Willow. Look for the signs up on the big trees for the different sections. Elizabeth
Richard Hoth Richard is buried in Section 6 of Oakwood Cemetery. Sect. 5 and 6 are the more open space halfway down Willow Street. Look for a black upright stone Goff/Rutty, a gray upright stone Dodge, and a gray upright stone Schmidt. Elizabeth
RE: Arsenau & Manhart Sorry for the delay in my response, Ruth Manhart Arseneau is my mother-in-law, the graves are in St. Matthews Cloister which is on the east side of Elmwood Ave (between Delaware and Elmwood), they are three or four rows in from the road.
Clara A. Bampton, daughter of James Bampton #17 East Avenue, Tonawanda - married at her home Frank A. World 31 July 1915 by the Rev. George H. Brown of the Central Church of Christ. Wedding attendants were Gertrude Bampton and Reuben Graff