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Roseanne Kocinski-Fowler (#46893887)
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Bio Photo Still living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where most of my ancestors have lived. My passion for genealogy drives me to help others find their roots. Please feel free to contact me whether family or genealogy searcher.
In 2007 when searching for Kocinski headstones, I decided to document old cemeteries on the South Side of Pittsburgh. Below are the current list of cemeteries I have completely documented.
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St. Adalbert's Cemetery on Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, Carrick, Pennsylvania started May 2007 and finished November 2007.
--Maps of my 'descriptive' location within the cemetery is included as one of the photo on St Adalbert's Cemetery main page.
--Deaths after May 2007, may not be listed.
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St Josephat's Cemetery on Glass Run Road, Pittsburgh (Baldwin), Pennsylvania started April 2009 and finished May 2009.
--Maps of my 'descriptive' location within the cemetery is included as one of the photo on St Josephat's Cemetery main page.
--Deaths after April 2009 may not be listed.
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Loretto Cemetery on Devlin Street, Pittsburgh, South Side, Pennsylvania started in May 2009 and finished August 2009.

Story from contributor Phyllis Seaman-Eckert about her aunt who died at age 2 and burial location:
There are graves down over the hill at the 1st part of the circle. Apparently, many children were buried down there. In fact, we were always able to locate her grave because it was near a rather large above-ground structure for a Spanish or Mexican child.

--Maps of my 'descriptive' location within the cemetery is included as one of the photo on St Josephat's Cemetery main page.
--Deaths after August 2009 may not be listed.
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St Peter's Cemetery on Arlington Avenue, Pittsburgh, Mt Oliver, Pennsylvania started in August 2009 and finished September 2009.

--Maps of my 'descriptive' location within the cemetery is included as one of the photo on St Peter's Cemetery main page.
--Deaths after September 2009 may not be listed.
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St Michael's Cemetery on 18th Street, Pittsburgh, South Side Pennsylvania started in September 2009 and not finished

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Harry Babinger II
Guthoerl family
Thank you for your work and your patience with me while I try to piece this puzzle together. I have a cousin who is working on the German aspect of the situation and therefore will get us a way to link Jakob in with his brother.
Added by Harry Babinger II on Sep 30, 2014 11:06 AM
Ned
RE: Hopkins
Right, but how do we know the death took place there?

After all, the cemetery and church are in downtown Pittsburgh, Alfred's father was the minister, and this is 9 miles from Pleasant Hills. Hard to believe that Rev. Hopkins made a 9-mile daily commute in 1830.
Added by Ned on Sep 30, 2014 7:27 AM
Ned
Alfred Irenaeus Hopkins
Hi Roseanne!
Thanks for tranferring the subject memorial to me. However, I thought he died in Pittsburgh. How did we get Pleasant Hills, PA ?

Did I miss something ?

Regards,
Ned
Added by Ned on Sep 29, 2014 7:15 PM
RCAkin148
Heim
Hey Roseanne,

Thank you very much for Francis J. Heim. I really appreciate it.

Best Regards,

Bob Akins
Birmingham, AL
Added by RCAkin148 on Sep 08, 2014 5:14 PM
Barry Michie
Florence Jones Carney
Thanks much for the substantial edits incorporated into Florence Carney's memorial. Wish the various documents (census, marriage, death certificate) were more in line with each other regarding her birth date ... but we go with what makes sense.

Best, Barry
Added by Barry Michie on Sep 02, 2014 9:17 AM
Brandie Rennicker
RE: Georgianna Hendershot
Thank you so much. I too try to do what I can and volunteer since I have family from other states I try to take care of my local rural cemeteries. I absolutely thank you for sharing. I wouldn't have known where she was without people like you. Keep up the good work. Unfortunately at this time I don't have the final resting place for her first husband Alfred Zimmerman to share that link but I will do what I can to help fill out her bio.
Added by Brandie Rennicker on Sep 02, 2014 5:51 AM
apolge
RE: fages family
thank you for your help. Yes I am now in contact with Ryan he is a cousin....
as I learn this week.
I am interested by any information on this part of the family.

Have a nice evneing

Anne Polge
Added by apolge on Aug 16, 2014 4:17 PM
apolge
fages family
Good evening

I am searching any informaiton on albert fages, his wife berthe and their children. They wer ecousin of mine , they emigrate in USA in 1903.
I have foudn the picture of their grave in the database but I am serching now for their children; Do you have any informaiton to help me? Sorry for the english, I am french and not perfectly fluent in english.

Anne Polge
Added by apolge on Aug 13, 2014 3:57 PM
bvn
RE: Charles Dailey
Thank you for getting back to me!
Added by bvn on Aug 08, 2014 12:54 PM
Suzy Bettac
Many Thanks
Rosanne - thanks for all you have done. It was Yeomans work and many of us have reaped the benefits! Suzy
Added by Suzy Bettac on Jul 31, 2014 9:58 AM
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