|Janine Robinson||Christian Schwartz Monument|
Melissa, this is a beautiful picture and this is the Christian Schwartz monument, but also his wife's and this is her info under the heading of Christian Schwartz, which is very misleading. His correct info is also on Find A Grave. I really appreciate all the hours you and other volunteers put into this project. It has been a real help to me!
|Kelly||RE: thank you!|
You're welcome. If you're related and would like to maintain any of the memorials, send me a request. I'll happily transfer the memorials if they're not my family. Thanks. Kelly
Added by Kelly on Oct 25, 2012 6:43 AM
|A. Cruse||Searching for Graves|
I am still searching for the graves of the parents of Elizabeth Meyer Donnenfelser. They should be in the New Orleans area. The parents are Johann Heinrich Meyer and Elizabeth Walter Meyer. The sister Margaretha Meyer died as a child in 1843. She and Elizabeth were both baptized in the German Luthern Church in New Orleans ( Now St. Paul's). I added the brother Jacob Henry Meyers today. He is buried in Catahoula Parish, La.
Added by A. Cruse on Dec 16, 2010 11:44 AM
|A. Cruse||Donnenfelser tomb|
Thank you so much for taking this picture and submitting it. It has made a great connection for my geneology research. I wish that I could find any living relatives of these people as well as the Albert Mackie family. Thanks again, A. Cruse
Added by A. Cruse on Dec 16, 2010 11:39 AM
You are so right in how beautiful the stones are. Such a shame that so much of the stained glass is gone. I've never understood why people are so low as to deface stones in a cemetery. Guess they have nothing better to do with their lives which is a shame.At any rate-thanks so much for what you've done for our family as well as other families. It is greatly appreciated.
|Mary Catherine||James Blitch|
Wow what wonderful photos of the tombstone. Thanks so much melissa. will pass on to the other family members. Mary