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Please if there are any errors let me know so I can correct them. Also any record will be gladly transfered to a relative of the memorial.
Don't believe everything you see on a cemetery tombstone — even if it is carved in stone! This applies to funeral home records, death certificates, and other death records as well. The information is only as reliable as the person who provided it.
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Hedwig Zierer is listed as being in 105-E space 2. Gary Moore is also listed as being in 105-E space 2. The cemetery records show that Hedwig was cremated and is actually between the headstones of Gary Moore (space 2) and Jack Moore (space 3).
Added by Jean on Jul 06, 2014 11:39 AM
I added a photo of the area where Charles Roembildt is buried. There is no marker. He is between Albert Hirsheimer in space 1 (left) and Benjamin Gawn in space 3 (right).
Added by Jean on Jul 06, 2014 11:27 AM
|Dave Lewis||Charles Alfred Robinson|
Thanks for the prompt edit (FYI, the info about his parents came from an Ancestry.com Ohio marriage database record for Charles Alfred Robinson and Kathryn Anne Hartmeyer, 20 Jun 1953, Montgomery Co, OH).
|Linda Lou Ward||David's Cemetery|
I searched for your request and could not locate the stones. You can maybe call the office and find out if they indeed have a headstone.
|Linda Lou Ward||David's Cemetery|
I'm sorry but I didn't realize that you only want photo's to complete birth and death records. I claimed the other photo request at David's, knowing this, I will not bother to take photo's of possible surrounding family members.
|Linda Lou Ward||RE: Rohr|
Sorry that I didn't catch that date difference. I took photos of all the Rohr's in that section. I will happy to share them. I will check again for the other George.
Dallas & Bernice Rohr
William & Lynda Rohr
Charles D. Rohr
|Linda Lou Ward||RE: Ullery|
Taken care of ....happy to help
|John Roby Morsberger||William Z. Main|
June 5, 1914.--- … WILLIAM Z. MAIN.
Mr. William Z. Main, for 15 years the Postmaster of Knoxville, died at his home there at 5:30 o'clock last Friday morning from heart trouble, aged 75 years. Mr. Main was known throughout the southern section of Frederick county, and for many years conducted a general store at Knoxville. He was a native of near Middleton. When a young man he enlisted in the Union Army and served through the war. He was once taken prisoner when Harper's Ferry or Maryland Heights surrendered and was taken to Annapolis, where he was paroled. At the close of the war he came to Knoxville and opened a general merchandise store, which he conducted until he was appointed postmaster under the McKinley administration in 1898, and continued up until his death. … Mr. Main was twice married. His first wife died in 1893. His second wife survives him. Three sons also survive: E. P. Main, of Akron, Ohio; Kemp Main, Washington, D. C.,; McKinley Main, at home. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from the Reformed church at Knoxville. [BRUNS CITZ 5JUN2014]
Source: The Brunswick Citizen published Jun. 5, 2014, "The Latest from the Last CENTURY" (gleaned from The Valley Register, Middletown, Md.). John Roby Morsberger
Mr. Bonecollector, You have memorials for my great aunt and uncle Andrews Memorials 8110528 Forrest Elmer Andrews and his wife Memorial 81180529 Anna Mae Schu (Andrews) would you be so kind as to transfer them to me so I can join the family together
Thank you so much
Harry Cannon (#47816059)
|Donna Skinner Shuey||Bihr's|
Thanks for transferring the Bihrs to me. I will add info and take good care of them!
Donna Skinner Shuey
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