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Searching for STROUP and STROOP in V & WV, STROOP in Pennsylvania & Panama Canal Zone, STROOPS in Illinois & Washington State, possibly STROOPE in the southern states, MUSCHALIK in Oregon & Texas, MUSHALIK in Oregon. |
11 Oct 2009-Adding brother-in-law's main lines-DORRANCE in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, NY and Michigan and EBERSTEIN in Michigan, Kansas and Oregon.
I love "FindAGrave"! It's a wonderful concept. I will be adding more of my family and, hopefully, of others from the cemeteries in this area.
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|Ed McDonough||RE: Sophia Thring's headstone|
Hello Kay, I excavated the marker or Sophia Thring and will add it to her Memorial page...Thanks fro pinpointing it for me.
Enjoy the summer, Ed McDonough
|Ed McDonough||Sophia Thring|
Hello Kay, I will check at the Kent plot for her marker...Now that I have uncovered the others I have an idea where hers may be...Fingers crossed that she has marker...I will poke around a little for the Infants marker as well and will keep in mind their resting places. Ed McDonough
|Ed McDonough||Kent, Callahan, Henderson Graves|
Hello, I was able to dig out and uncover several grave markers at the Kent Memorial Headstone at the Pond Street Cemetery in Braintree, Ma. There maybe 2 others that are also there and overgrown and will need to be searched for as I did today. I will continue to look for a marker for Infant Kent and Sophia Thring at the Kent Plot...I hope the photos will show the position of the markers....
All the best Ed McDonough
|Deb||RE: Max Eberstein|
Thanks Kaye for all the good sources. I will keep trying to find someone in the family.
Added by Deb on Jul 21, 2014 7:03 PM
|Zim||RE: The Weixel Family|
Always happy to reunite families and glad I found them for you. A trip to Ireland is ALWAYS a good thing, so green, so pretty. You may have walked where your ancestors lived - or so I chose to think. It is such a happy thought.
Good Luck on your search.
Zim ~ aka Janet
Added by Zim on Jul 20, 2014 7:11 AM
I am trying to locate descendants of Garrett Paardekooper who was a friend of Max's. I have an account book which mentions that the two men were in business together a short time in Kalamazoo around 1915.
The book ended up here in Kansas City and do volunteer photography for Find a Grave.
Do you have any knowledge of the Paardekooper family? Father-Tobias, mother-Cornelia, dau.- Marietta and Garrett.
Would love to send this book to someone in the family who would treasure it.
Added by Deb on Jul 19, 2014 9:50 PM
|Anthony J Allegra||RE: Patricia Boulmetis|
Best of luck to you on your hunt!
|Edith Iwanski||RE: Alice Johnson & Bethene Harris|
I didn't put on Alice's page but it is section E lot 22 as well, the stones have enough wear that they are hard to read so I put information that I could trace with my finger....hope all this helped have a wonderful weekend
Kaye, from Charle's death certificate I have a date of death of Jan. 11 1935. I do not have a date of birth.
Added by Alexis on Jul 15, 2014 7:25 PM
|PupDawg||RE: Charles Kent at Danvers State|
I was not involved, but have been following the story for many years and hoping we can do something similar at the state hospital cemetery in my town to remember those that are only marked with a number.
I do not get out to Danvers often and last month was the first time I visited the cemetery, it was after 7pm when we found the cemetery on the grounds so I did not have a lot of time to take photos. Since being there I am trying to complete the cemetery here - there are 768 people documented as being buried there and just over 300 here, so I was happily surprised to see Charles in the video and that he was one of the lucky ones that got a real marker.
Next time I will stop and get Charles photo if another volunteer has not already done so.
Added by PupDawg on Jul 15, 2014 1:14 PM
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