|J Vogel (#46975003)|
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Geneology and my love of photography are joined together in documenting and connecting families here and past. My brother helps clean up old and unvisited cemeteries in Montague county where I was born. My sister and I are continuing the geneology started by our mother tracing the family of: ALIG, BASS, BAYER, BEHL, BEST, BEYER, CLER, EISENMENGER, FETSCH, FLUSCHE, GILLES, KLEISS, HOENIG, HARTMAN, HAUSMANN, HETTINGER, KAPPES, KOELZER, KOBLITZ, NEU, NEWMAN, OTTO, ROEDER, RUND, SCHAFER, SCHWEIGHART, SOMMERS, VOGEL, WALTERSCHEID, and their descendents.|
If you can identify any of the unknown stones in Indiana, please let me know.
Benjamin Franklin said: "Show me your burial grounds and I'll show you a measure of the civility of a community."
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|Frank Everett||Vernon R Hyles|
Linked with parents
|Saundra Nobles||Edgar Burge|
Mother and father have same memorial number
|Sue Lilley||Emilia Pfenninger|
Corrected her name as suggested. The spelling of her given name, Emilia, differs from the gravestone, but I changed it to what you sent. If you want a transfer, just let me know.
|A. Griffin||Earl William Holley|
Thank you for transcribing Earl's death notice..I appreciate your interest and contributions to Find A Grave.
JV, John Kimmel's middle name changed to the right spelling. Thank you for seeing that and letting me know. I guess I need to watch a little closer. Thanks again. Joanne
Added by Joanne on Nov 30, 2013 8:41 AM
Thank you for letting me know to connect Charlie Hodrick's wife. They are not in my family so wasn't sure.
|justin steward||charlene spence gandillion|
this was my grandmother reguestin transfer.
|ANN ROGENSKI||Headstone pic|
I would like to add the photo of Asa Wood's(# 103365254).his wife Elizabeth Wiggin (#103365293),their daughter Dorothy (#103365362) & their son Benjamin Franklyn (# 103365416) headstone to my family tree on Ancestry. Asa was my 4th cousin 4x removed,not close but still family.
Ann Rogenski # 47180359
|C Mathieson||George William Byrkett|
George William Byrkett married Cora Day St Clair on Nov 3, 1889 in Boone Co, Indiana. Groom's father: George Byrkett Sr. Groom's mother: Cole [Climentia Esporanza]. Bride's parents: John Alexander St Clair and Melvina Cragun St Clair.
George Washington Byrkett married Cora Etta Mytle Essex on Oct 8, 1892. Groom's father: Alex Byrkett. Groom's mother: Cole [Abigail Martha]. Bride's parents: Wm Essex and Eliza McElwaine Essex.
You can view their marriage records on FamilySearch.org. George Sr and Alexander are sons of Noah Byrkett and Margaret Younk.
George Washington Byrket died Apr 1941 and is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery #45898797 in Marion Co with wife Myrtle 45898799 who died in 1939 and daughter Hazel Byrket Harris #45924721.
George William's gravestone shows Cora D as his wife. That would be Cora Day St Clair. Parents of both Cora's are buried in Hutton Cemetery which makes it all very confusing.
I am researching my St Clair ancestors in Indiana and came across this information. I thought you would like to know. Thank you for photographing their gravestones, it took me some effort to straighten them all out and I would not have accomplished that without your photos.
|Donald Vincent||Edouard Auguste Cote|
Hello, I am contributor#48244697. I have located and photographed the family tombstone of Edouard Auguste Cote, your memorial#111185759, and his wife Felicite Sirois. I located the grave with the help of the Saint Louis de Gonzague cemetery office. There are actually two St. Louis cemeteries in Nashua, the old established in 1880 and the new established in 1924. You have them buried in the new cemetery but they are actually in the old, Row 23A plot 482 on the right between the main gate and the flag pole. You can actually see part of the stone in the center photo of the old cemetery.
If you correct the cemetery location in your memorial, I will add the tombstone photo.
There are also 3 children listed on the back of the stone, all born before the 2 that you list in the memorial. Your two children could very well be buried in the new cemetery.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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