|Jim Pekrul (#47086776)|
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I was born in Michigan and have worked as a Project Superintendent in commercial construction with the same company since 1968. Retired June 2011.|
I have been researching my Pekrul line for twelve years. In 2007 my wife and I went to Poland to visit a cousin I met on line and do some further research.
Names that I'm researching Pekrul all locations, Hay in Ohio, Delk and McIntosh in Tenn, and all related family's. The Pekrul name maybe spelled Pakrul, Peckrul, Pekrol or some other variant. I found the spelling Pekrul in a 1810 Catholic record in Poland for my GGGgrandfather written in Latin.
This photo was taken in OCT 2009 when I visited my McIntosh great grandparents crypt at the Bellevue Cemetery & Mausoleum in Ontario, CA.
All photos posted on my site were taken by myself and are copyrighted, do not take them and post them on any other site, without permission.
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|Susan Gates Davis||Dye Gravestone Photos|
Thank you, Jim!
|Toppage||George & Anna Reeder Stone|
Thank you for the photo of their stone!
Added by Toppage on Jul 28, 2015 2:05 PM
|Sharon Versluis-Butcher||Nedel headstone|
Thank you so much for Minnie's headstone picture.
|N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent||Howard Gaberdiel|
Thank you for fulfilling the photo request which verifies the correct surname.
Thank you for the photo of Martha Shay's marker.
Added by K on Jul 27, 2015 2:27 PM
Thank you so much for the photo of Emeline Burley's gravestone. Did you happen to notice if there were others really close to hers, possibly seeming to be related or together...specifically a Ritter?
Thank you so much!
|RAP||Ricky David Selleck 85387301|
I was in St Michael's Cemetery in Pinconning, MI recently and noticed that there was a new headstone placed on Ricky David Sellecks grave. Since he is one of your memorials, I thought I would mention it to you. I left both new and old photos.
Added by RAP on Jun 29, 2015 5:16 PM
|Melissa (Tolene) Rura||Laura Jensen|
Thank you Jim. I got it situated. I will check hopefully this summer if her parents are over in Zoin cemetery over in Sand Creek, hopefully. I know that is where they lived and where the kids where baptized and where Adolph and Helen are buried. I went with my sons there last year and didn't even think to look for Laura's parents because I was there looking for her brother and sister. Funny, right?! Thanks for the transfer. Hope you are well. Melissa
|Paul Freese||Many Thanks!|
Thank you for posting a pic of Areteus Corwin's stone. It's great;y appreciated.
Thank you so much for posting the great pictures of Orsamus Wolfe's marker. I truly appreciate it!
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