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Thanks for all the photos today. I've added inscriptions and made some connections to other burials. Have a good weekend,
|in memory of my mom and dad||RE: Sterling Brandon|
Oh thank you! My Uncle never married and had no kids. He was shot when he was younger and lived his life in a wheelchair. He was taken care of by my Aunt and uncle. he died when I was 10. Thanks for looking.
|Debbie Mouberry||Dorothy Hunt Schluderberg|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Mrs. Schluderberg's grave.
|Allison Dennis Garman||RE: Henry Kerner|
Thank you for noticing the third Henry Kerner grave. That is the son of Henry George and Margaret Kerner. I wasn't sure if he was buried at Oak Lawn, but now that I know I have added his name to the cemetery as memorial #124924681. Could you add that photo to his memorial? Again, thank you so much!
|The Navigator||Leonard Antczak|
I added the additional information you requested for Leonard Antczak's memorial. If there is anything else I can do let me know.
Understood. I have a hunch Dietrich and Mary Reinecke are in Bellevue, near Louis and Louisa Schaub, but it's just a hunch. Thanks again for all your diligent and most greatly appreciated work.
Added by waldonia on Feb 08, 2014 4:18 PM
Well, I can't find a connection between the Reineckes in my tree and these you found, so I can't claim them . . . But I did find out that Frederick Reinecke was born in Maryland, was a truck farmer in Baltimore County; the daughters buried with him and his wife never married.
But let me ask you: You didn't run across Dietrich and Mary Reinecke? I have their death notices and they are supposed to be in Oaklawn...
Added by waldonia on Feb 08, 2014 1:33 AM
Thanks for getting in touch. I'll check. What cemetery are they in and what are Frederick's dates?
Added by waldonia on Feb 06, 2014 7:54 PM
|Dee E||RE: Reinecke|
No, they aren't related but I appreciate that you added the nice photo! I came across the obituary in the Sunpaper & thought it was really touching, so I added it to Find A Grave. Thanks for asking, though! Dee
Added by Dee E on Feb 06, 2014 5:01 PM
|Allison Dennis Garman||Kerner graves|
Thank you so much for taking photos of the graves of my great grandparents, Henry and Sohpia Kerner! Do you know the section that you found the graves? I plan on searching for a few more relatives at Oaklawn some time in the next year that would like to visit their graves.
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