|Suzanne Bubnash Walker (#46552090)|
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My ancestry is half Dingle Peninsula Irish and half Carpatho-Rusyn, and I have been working on family history for over 40 years. I love wandering in cemeteries and visualizing the lives of those gone before and am glad to contribute to Find a Grave so that others can locate family members.|
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Could I transfer these memorials to you? The story of poor Anna's death is one that should be added to her memorial!
Added by Theresa on Mar 30, 2014 10:58 AM
|Martha Starr||Emil Julius Huber|
Suzanne, Thank you for posting the gravesite of Emil Huber. He was my great-uncle. One correction is that he was actually born in Paris, France, although he did emigrate from Zurich. His Declaration of Intention to become a US citizen can be found on Ancestery.com. His personal devotion to his faith is part of our family heritage.
|Edie||Thanks for the quick transfer of Joe Sinal!|
I really appreciate it! ;-) edie
Added by Edie on Jun 15, 2013 8:03 AM
|Raymond Stabile||RE: Charles Vira|
Many, many thanks for transferring Charles Vira's memorial to me. It's greatly appreciated.
|Raymond Stabile||Charles Vira|
Would you be kind enough to transfer to me, Charles Vira #39883737, my great-grandfather.
|Anna||RE: Transfer Requests|
Thanks so much for the transfers.
These are my grandmother's family. My dad's family was from the Perryopolis and Star Junction area. With the changes/different spellings of names, it is hard to research them.
I haven't been able to find much yet. Need to make a trip to Pa. I guess.
Added by Anna on Feb 23, 2013 6:42 AM
Hi Suzanne: Wondering if you would mind transferring the following to me:
#39920052 Michael Mansulich my great-uncle
#39903610 Peter Monsulik my great-uncle
#39903637 Barbara Janosko my great-aunt
I would really appreciate this so much. I want to create links, updates, etc.
thanks in advance!!
Added by Anna on Jul 06, 2012 7:19 AM
|Thunderer||Julia Fedick Headstone|
You are my guardian Angel! Thirty years ago, I took my mother on a visit from Ohio to the town where she was born, Star Junction. During that visit, she took me to the Saint Nicholas cemetery and pointed out my Aunt Julia Fedick's headstone. In June of this year, as I was working on my family history, I decided to travel from my home in Massachusetts to the cemetery for the express purpose of taking a photo of the grave marker. As you've indicated, having no success in finding it, I searched all around the area, even the hill, but still could not locate it. I want to thank you so much for remembering my Aunt Julia. How were you able to get the birth/death dates without the stone?
You are very welcome for the flower. You did great work on this cemetery. Best ever, Sarah.
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