|Phyllis Meyer (#47083260)|
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Almost every genealogist sooner or later ends up looking for their ancestors in a cemetery because a great deal of information can be found there. If the listings and photos I've posted at Find A Grave has helped you send me an email or leave a message.|
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Family surnames include Bull,Beasor,Kreitzbender,Meyer,Meyers,Mauerman,Randall,Davis and so many more
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|Bob ||Grave transfer|
Would you please transfer my aunt Helen's grave to me?
Helen A. Burgard B;!882 D: 1968 Mem# 120516659
in Lackawanna Erie New York.
Added by Bob on Mar 28, 2015 1:26 PM
Also Stewart may be listed as his middle name on his grave stone. I forget it at the moment, I think it started with an A. He didn't use his 1st name.
|Autumn Kraft||RE: curious|
Stewart is buried in Forest Lawn, not directly next to his wife. It is a ground grave. I went to it several times as a young child in the early 80s. It may have grown over with grass by now. I am not sure. I have been trying to track the exact location for years, since my grandmother was alive. Unfortunately she had forgotten herself. She was handicap, so in her older age it was too much for her to get to visit the site. But I am glad you posted Lillian's because I know from what my Aunt told me that she is right near Stewart, just not directly next to him. I remember as a child a busy street near Stewart's grave site. I would like to visit Lillian too. I appreciate your contribution on here. I majored in both Philosophy and History in college, so I probably understand your help more than the average person. My other great grandparents (on my father's side) are in the cemetery too. Pretty neat they are only a few feet from President McKinley. Funny because my great grandpa came here illegally, and bootlegged during prohibition. It just sounds like a true American story so I enjoy sharing it. God bless. Thank you for your contributions. I sometimes go to the cemetery by me and clear the old ground Graves with grass growing over them or dirt and leaves. That's why I say I want a grave stone that sticks up at least a couple inches. LoL! :-)
|Simon Rickard||Agnes Weissenburger|
I've just discovered the information about the grave of Agnes Weissenburger on the Find A Grave website via the Ancestry.co.uk site.
I live in the UK and Agnes to me was a G-G-G-Aunt through my Mum's maternal side of the family. She was born as Agnes Hennegan in St Catherines, Ontario, Canada and she married George Weissenberger in 1891. I'm not sure when she moved across the border to the USA.
Thanks for the Hudson updates, and thanks for all that you do on Find-a-Grave! I've found lots of family members because of your efforts.
Added by Kathy on Mar 17, 2015 3:09 PM
|Geoffrey Harding||Nellie Gallivan Fish|
I've been trying to find a the grave for Nellie, she was George R. Fishes wife, to no avail, very frustrating, I've been all over Ancestry .com nothing about her death. She was born in 1876 somewhere in NY. her parents were born in Ireland, I think her mother was Mary, not sure about the father, her last name can also be spelled Nee-Gallavan. I thought she might be buried with her husband in the United German & French Cemetery, but she's not listed. any ideas would be appreciated.
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|Carl Weaver||Harry Wilhelm|
Thanks for your quick response in adding Harry's WWII information.
|Sutton Researcher||RE: Emily Sutton Norton|
Thank you so much
|Sutton Researcher||Emily Sutton Norton|
Hello would like your help to read husbands name of Emily Sutton Norton
Husband of: _________G. Norton
Death: Feb. 2, 1855
Age 39 years
Cold Springs Cemetery
New York, USA
Plot: Section C Lot 44
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Phyllis Meyer
Record added: Oct 31, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60915870
Curious why you have a post of Lillian Kabel, but not her husband, Stewart Kabel. To my recollection Stewart died in 1980. I was very young then. Both were great, Great-Grandparents to me. I know Stewart had a temper. I heard about him bringing home a used washing machine and my great-grandma Lillian asked why they never get new stuff. He was upset and said you want new stuff... took an ax to all of the furniture. I wasn't around then, but one of those stores passed down.
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