|Beverly Libby (#46894430)|
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|Larebel||RE: Ellen L. Abernethy picture|
Beverly, I'm glad I could help. You can see what the church and the entire cemetery looks like here:
Added by Larebel on Jun 03, 2012 7:45 PM
|Susan Shown||RE: photo Philip Cappalonga|
Gladly - I added the photos and captions to your memorial. I can't figure out what happened, because I used the photo request "fullfill" to add the photos, and that was the only one there.
Anyway, I was happy to add the photos. I really enjoy helping others to obtain photos of their family members' grave sites, and I have been very lucky to have such willing people do the same for me. I probably would never have the opportunity to obtain the photos without their help.
Good luck in your searches.
|John Hennigar||Max Raim|
Beverly, Ancestry has a lot of info on Max Raim.
|John Hennigar||RE: Frances Raim|
Frances Raim photo added.
|John Hennigar||Raim Plot, Beth-El Cemetery|
Hi Beverly, thanks for your note:
I also photographed Frances Raim and Celia Rabinowitz (1893-1973), in case you want to make memorial pages for them.
|William Cole||RE: Cappalonga|
I think I have made contact with two relatives – Beverly Libby on FindAGrave and Ed Synicky from Ancestry. I am fortunate and happy to have found you both.
As I told Ed, my Uncle Gene Cole married Anita Corso. According to Gene he first saw Anita when she was working at a "soda fountain" in California. He became a "drug store cowboy" until she agreed to go out with him. Anita's brother Phil told me that their father was not pleased when Gene asked Anita to marry him because Gene was Protestant. Phil said he told his father "Gene is the son of Dick Cole who works at the bank and you know what kind of man he is." Then he asked his father if he knew of any Catholic boys in California he would want in the family. I guess that convinced Mr Corso to approve of the marriage. No slight to Phil but I suspect Mr Corso figured Anita would pick her own life partner no matter what he wanted.
Anita was a very classy, sweet person but she was also a very strong lady. She was also, as was Josephine and Ed says Pauline as well, an exceptional cook.
I last visited Gene and Anita about a year before he died and they still were very much in love. The respect they showed for each other was grand to see.
Last summer I was driving to Howe cemetery. Mt Calvary is in the same area so I stopped there as well and found several Ferrere grave markers. Mt Calvary cemetery is listed as being in Coal Center, Washington Co. From the grave markers, census records and Mrs Corso's obituary I have this much on the Ferrere family.
Fillipo and Anna Ferrere
Pauline (1891 – 1994) – married Joseph Cappalonga – one child Nancy
Josephine (1893 – 1967) married Antonio Corso – children Vincent, Phillip and Anita
Mary – married ? Poletz
could be this family
1930 census Roscoe Borough, Washington Co., Pa April 2 Corwin St
Joseph Poletz 54 md at 19 Ita-Ita-Ita emi 1899 merchant - confectionary store
Mary wife 49 md at 15 Ita-Ita-Ita emi 1901
Frank son 17 Pa-Ita-Ita
Pauline dau 15 Pa-Ita-Ita
There is a grave marker for Filippo and Anna Ferrere. I believe these are Pauline's parents. Felippo is 65480215 and Anna is 65497237 on FindAGrave if you want to make a relationship connection.
Others at Mt Calvary that may be relatives:
Edigio (1893-1960) and Vincenza Ferrere Angeli ( 1886 – 1966)
Phillip Ferrere 1907 – 1952
Albino (1888-1974) and Giovanna Ferrero (1901-1948)
How are these people related or not related. Who else was in ihe family of Fillipo and Anna and am I right in assuming they are the parents?
If you are interested and do not already have them, I have census records for the Corso and Cappalonga families in California, Pa and some news clippings and Mrs Corso's Obituary.
One last thing. My sister in law was in a sorority at California. Mrs Corso (Josephine) was the house mother for that sororiety. I will attach some photos to the email to Ed.
Would you by chance be related to the Cappalongas?Bill Cole
|C. Wayne Austin||Old City Cemetery - Athens|
The monuments and photos you have listed as Old City Cemetery - Athens are actually located in teh Athens City Cemetery older section. These are not really Old City Cemetery.
These listings and monuments belong in the Athens City Cemetery listing
Hine, Eveline Sloss 24868455, Hine, Leticia C. Sloss 24868407, Mason, Clarence G. 36400422
Mason, Edward 36400625, Mason, George 24867326
Mason, Rachel M. Sloss 24867401, Sloss, Clarissa A. Wasson 24868340, Sloss, Joseph Long 24868280
Sloss, Mary Ann Bigger 24867635
Also in the records is an Old City Cemetery for African Americans, but unlike the graves in the original Old City Cemetery the monuments there are mostly late 1800's to mid to late 1900's, but perhaps slaves and others are buried there in earlier unmarked graves.
There are no other reported Athens Old City Cemeteries. The Athens City Cemetery was founded before the oldest one ceased to be used about 1850. So there is an -- Athens City Cemetery - Old Section and an -- Athens City Cemetery - New Section.
|Grave Digger||Spencer Scott location|
If you go to this link and view plot it will show you exactly where the person is buried.
hi Beverly, Ed Reed was my grandfather. Are you related ?
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