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I've been researching the family tree for over 10 years now, really enjoying the discovery of my ancestors and the stories of their lives :-)|
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|Dawn Bleyle||Sahr Family in NY|
Thank you very much for the corrections and information. I have gone back and straightened out the Martin Sahr(s) on Find A Grave, and on my ancestry.com tree. I believe I now have them connected to the right parents.
He's linked! Thanks for the information.
Added by Kathy on Apr 06, 2013 11:46 PM
|Phil Wilson||Pietz family - Ridgeway Memorial Cemetery|
Thank you for the cemetery memorials and grave stone photos for my PIETZ and ANGER families.
Thanks for the transfers.
I was wondering if you would consider transferring Andrew, George, Gertrude, Lottie, Matilda and Philip to me. Andrew and Gertrude are my Great Uncle and Great Aunt and his siblings and his parents. I'm not sure if Henry, Helena and Cecil are related to me.
|Roibeard53||RE: Sileo in Holy Sepulchre|
You're very welcome. Glad to do it.
|Bill VanStone||Perry Family|
I've added your three requests for the Perry Family at Northridge Cemetery in Niagara County, NY. I also added a number of others that I found in the same area, including Julia's husband M.E. Perry. There was a Myron Perry already on FindAG, but the Year of birth was different, although they are probably the same person. In any case I added a new site. I'll try to work that out. I also added Anna, who I believe is Clarence's wife, and Augusta, who I believe is Grant's wife. Can you confirm those connections?
There are still more Perrys that I will add. There are quite a few in that cemetery.
|Karen Struve||ABBEY Jeremiah & Harriett|
Thank you so much for posting the images of these graves in the Orangeport Union Cemetery.
Jeremiah Abbey was my 3rd great grandfather. I never imagined anyone would post his grave on FindAGrave.
Are you by any chance descended from him too?
Thanks so much for the photo. I really appreciate it!
|Roy Woodruff||RE: Braunscheidel, Brownschidle|
Hi Cindy, No need to transfer as long as you are willing to update as needed. I think I am related to half the people in that cemetery. My Mom's side of my family settled in that are in the 1820s - 1850s. The only ones I will request are if they are a direct descendent. If you prefer not to do any updates, you can transfer them, but that is up to you. If there are any of your family that I manage that you would like to manage, please let me know. If you come across Mathias (1808 - 1894) or Anna Maria (1808 - 1891) Braunscheidel (could be spelled many different ways), can you please let me know. I cannot find where they are buried. My guess is Saint Mary's cemetery, but I could not find them when I was there. Thanks a lot for all your help!
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