|Steve J. Brickse (#46796874)|
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Steve J. Brickse, researcher since 1957, of surnames: Howe, Mushinsky, Brickse, Strom, and related families of these ancestors, including their various name spellings. Countries of research are: U.S.A., Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Germany, England, and Sweden, at this time.|
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|Barbara Goggin Brann||Wesleyville Cemetery photo requests|
Celia Jones and Catherine Partridge were not buried in Wesleyville Cemetery, at least there are no records indicating such. And although records do show that Prudence Partridge is buried there, records indicate both that her stone was moved from it's original spot, and is broken. Also, the cemetery is locked, and inaccessible. I will send you all of the records that I collected via email later, after scanning them.
|christine||RE: Hardy vs. Harding|
Please except my apology I'm just learning I believe I was able to delete that photo once again I'm sorry for the error
Steve - as I was walking through St. Nicholas Cemetery today, I came across this Mushinsky stone; Henry (#138300697) and Evelyn (#138300712)Could they be yours? *Eileen
|Gordon Edwards||RE: Joan E. (nee Royalty) Warden|
You are most welcome. Beautiful, well kept cemetery, too.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: PFC Mastroberte|
You're very welcome. I am privileged to mark the spots "where valor proudly sleeps". Regards.
|Eileen Telischak||RE: Transfer of Memorial Pages...|
You're welcome. So glad I could help. *Eileen
|Eileen Telischak||2 other Trojanovitz|
Steve - I came across these today in St. Mary's Cemetery: #127553583 and #127553356. Could the later one be the one you have listed as 1875? They are on the opposite side of the cemetery from John. - Eileen
I checked with the cemetery office and they confirmed that all of your Trojanovitz clan is buried in the same plot as John. However, John's is the only name on the monument and I don't find any footstones anywhere. Still looking for the other names. - Eileen
You're welcome. I stumbled about this monument by accident. I looked in the surrounding area for the other Trojanovitz names but could not find anything; I thought maybe they would be together. I'll look again next time I go there. -Eileen
|Candy Westhoff||RE: Susan Matt(h)eson|
I'm going to guess it was probably supposed to say "Apoplexy" as that seems to be popular in the cemetery book around those years. Our altitude is not very high here. I usually just write exactly what I copy from the cemetery book. I probably should have said it could be apoplexy though so people wouldn't wonder what the heck that was supposed to be! lol sorry.
The other two Matteson's I was unable to locate in our cemetery book (either spelling). The female died even before our cemetery was plotted. I did locate a Lorena V. Matteson born 2-23-1878 in Rosevill Ill. and died 6-4-1896 in Girard, KS. I don't know if she is any relation to the ones you asked for photos of but I did take a photo of her stone also. She already has a memorial on findagrave, but no photo, so I'll get her photo on it shortly. If I can help further, please let me know.
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