|Steven Keller (#47478415)|
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Greetings enthusiasts! A librarian by trade, I love research and genealogy. I am mostly interested in the Keller and Klevorn families (my mother's maiden name is Klevorn). As I come upon other people of interest, I add them also.|
I am of the opinion that cemeteries are places to honor and remember the dead; they are also places of healing and forgiveness. Our faith tells us that individuals who die in God's grace are part of the "Communion of Saints" -- to this end we need to approach this work with much reverence.
Fidelium animę, per misericordiam Dei, requiescant in pace. Amen.
All ye, who would honor
The saints and their Head,
To pray for the dead;
And they in return,
From their misery freed,
To you will be friends
In the hour of need.
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Alvin Poole, AnnieSings, Barb T., Brad Judy, Charlotte K, Cindy Rinehart, Dawn Klevorn-Cu..., Debbie J, Elaine R S, Greg de Valcour..., Karebaer, Kurt Riegel, My Family Circl..., Robert Buecher, ronda raesly, Scheffknecht, T.V.F.T.H., Wild West Divis...
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|myra elsdon||RE: Stanbrook|
Have come a long way since my first message on your site. Life was tough in the early 1900s in Glasgow! Thanks for your reply. I don't know what is involved in transferring the memorial. I will leave a donation...tried before but didn't work for some reason, will try again. Regards Myra Elsdon
|myra elsdon||Stanbrook Abbey grave.|
Hi Steven, Started a family tree search here looking for my Grandfather. His sister Jessie was buried in Stanbrook Abbey. She was a nun...her Abbey name was Sister Sylvia but her birth name was Jessie Baillie ( different spelling of Jessie here) On this site her birth is unknown but I have found that in my search and it is November 28th 1904. Also found my Grandfather and Grandmother's grave ( buried together) in Edinburgh and gave a copy of the headstone to my 80 year old Mum ( their daughter) who had never seen it as we live in Australia. Thanks for this great site to find our families. Myra
|SueImWeb||RE: Ann Hefele, rscj|
I deleted it...did not see the link at first.
Added by SueImWeb on Jun 13, 2015 4:11 AM
|JPP||RE: Henry C Pieke|
I requested an add to his bio. Thanks for linking my family.
Added by JPP on May 11, 2015 3:31 PM
|kelly||RE: Thank you!|
No problem, glad I could help :)
Added by kelly on May 08, 2015 4:31 PM
|Alvin Poole||RE: RSCJ|
Sure I can help. Holy Sepulchre is quite huge! What names are you looking for, or are you looking for them all?
I can maybe do them in the evening after work, if you can give me a little more info.
|Dannetta Borland Getz||RE: God bless you!|
You are so welcome!
|Renee||RE: Sister O'Neill|
You are welcome
Added by Renee on Apr 13, 2015 7:39 PM
|Robert Maupin Hall||WOOLSEY FAMILY|
HI-I noticed you posted a picture of Amos Woolsey and his large family. Have you worked on that line or know much about it? I am researching one of Amos' sister-Sarah Eunice Woolsey Hall and trying to locate other people who are researching this family. I appreciate any help you can give. Take care. Robert Maupin Hall
|Kathie||Adeline Klevorn @ StL Calvary|
Sorry she is unmarked. Only the Mues have their names on the stone.
Added by Kathie on Jan 24, 2015 6:04 PM
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