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mooneysearch (#46947587)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in NW Pennsylvania. I've been doing genealogy for 8 years. It has to be one of the hardest things I've done outside of my children. Also one of the most rewarding too. My family history has become more of a obsession, then curiosity. LOL
Married 26yrs, with 2 kids, 23 and 19.

Names I have been working on: Mooney, Wipfler, Brennan, Hageman, Hardie, O'Donnell, Schweter, Kelly, Stoneman, Fess, Brose, Weber, Hanks, Godbey/Godby, Stohner, McCarty, Buffington, and more to find.
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Engraved in Stone
RE: Bruno Schweter #26464481
So, you are saying your mother-in-law and I are related. That means she is a descendant of Herman and Pauline (Ruppelt) Schweter ... right?
Added by Engraved in Stone on Jul 03, 2014 8:19 PM
Engraved in Stone
The SCHWETER family that settled in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1890's were from Germany.
Added by Engraved in Stone on Jul 02, 2014 10:56 PM
Engraved in Stone
RE: Bruno Schweter #26464481
Oh, I'm so confused ....

On the memorial page for Bruno Schweter, #26464481, he was born 1884 and died 1950. However, the picture of the gravestone that I see says SZCZECH, Wiktoria 1895-1944 and Bronislaw 1887 - ?.

Bronislaw SZCZECH is not Bruno SCHWETER. Bruno SCHWETER was my grandfather's brother!

I was told by someone (about 20 years ago) that it was a common practice to reuse a grave. At that cemetery (St. Mary's) a family might dig up a grave, bury another coffin on top of the old one. They would also bury the previous headstone! And, of course, the records for the cemetery were burned in a fire or destroyed in a flood. Anyway, I also walked that cemetery many times myself and never found a stone for Bruno and his wife... I think .... but I'm so very confused! lol

Anna Marie
Added by Engraved in Stone on Jul 02, 2014 10:51 PM
dina jackson
Martha Edwards Stoneman
The info and stone from Find a grave is incorrect.
the info is for Mahala Stoneman. could you correct this, please ?
Added by dina jackson on Apr 07, 2014 11:41 PM
Christine Goldsworth
RE: Bruno Schweter
This was the only stone in the cemetery with the same name and date of death. If it is not correct, please let me know. I will walk the cemetery again if you wish. It was on the south side by the high school parking lot near the front enterance. I believe the words above the names for both Bronislaw and Witoria mean mother and father, but I'm not 100%. I can contact a friend of mine who does speak polish for confirmation. Please let me know.
Added by Christine Goldsworth on Apr 01, 2013 6:14 AM
Christine Goldsworth
RE: Bruno Schweter
Did I upload the wrong photo?
Added by Christine Goldsworth on Apr 01, 2013 6:06 AM
RE: Joseph Rihn
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That would be helpful. Thank you for understanding.
Added by SueJeanCatherine on Jun 11, 2012 9:16 AM
Robert Fitch
RE: Howard Mooney photo
I just added a Arthur Ray Mooney to Barker Cemetery.
Added by Robert Fitch on Apr 13, 2012 5:41 PM
I noticed that you are maintaining the memorial for Nancy Stoneman Burcham. I was hoping we could compare notes, as the memorial lists her father as James. I can find no record of James from Surry Co., NC as having a daughter Nancy. Please email me. I'm very interested as James was my 4xGreatgrandfather
Added by kelly on Mar 30, 2012 4:46 PM
Richard Lemasters
RE: Clyde Mooney
You are welcome.
Added by Richard Lemasters on Aug 05, 2011 3:29 PM
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