|John Schalcosky (#47115928)|
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John D. Schalcosky is the fourth generation nephew on his fathers side to Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, composer of such work as The Nutcracker, 1812 Overture, and Swan Lake. John is currently working towards becoming a classical music and film score composer. It has been over a century since his great-great-great granduncle composed some of the most loved and well-known music in the world. No one connected to this bloodline has been involved in music since At only twenty-six years of age, John has completed an impressive list of classical symphony pieces including a three-movement piano concerto and a three-movement violin concerto. Born in Pittsburgh, PA. John has been studying music since age of seven and showed an incredible talent for composing pieces for the piano. Eighteen years later John has composed pieces for string quartets, guitar, piano and a large number of pieces for symphony orchestras. During his spare time John has also written many pieces created by his love for rock and roll. With over 100 years separating him from Tchaikovsky, it is apparent that history will repeat itself as John joins the ranks of some of the greatest composers of this century.|
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|Allan Taydus||Please switch Martin Oleksak to me!!|
Please switched Martin Oleksak to me since he is my Uncle and I would like to add some information for him.
|Donna Dayton Stutts||Oliver Dayton|
Thank you for posting the picture of Olivers grave. He is my grandfather. I never have a camera when I visit cemeterys and it was nice to be able to add the picture to my files. God Bless You. Donna Dayton Stutts
|GLENN||RE: LANE GRAVE IN L.I.N.C.|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help out. The picture is out on Madeleine's memorial.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on Oct 03, 2009 6:30 PM
|GLENN||LANE GRAVE IN L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture you requested for James Randolph Lane in L.I.N.C. He is buried with his wife Madeline (11/5/1893-8/12/1952). I have a picture for her but there is no existing memorial. If you create one, let me know and I'll add the picture for you.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on Oct 02, 2009 7:24 PM
|Todd Yarbrough||Bealor Graves|
Thanks so much for the pictures of the Bealor Lot. I have a lot of family buried in Pittsburgh, some I have not yet found!! It has been years since I have had a chance to get back there and do research! Thanks again for the picture. Todd, Wadsworth, OH
|yorkies1||Memorial Day 2009|
John...that's perfect.......I'll have to put that on my ta do list...........I cant thank you enough.......you went above and beyond......I'll have to get them a stone.........thanks again Brian
----- Original Message -----
From: John Schalcosky
Sent: Monday, May 25, 2009 6:45 AM
Subject: Burial Records...
A little bit of bad news... The James Hawkins lot is an unmarked grave area. I still took a pic of where they are buried though & I've posted it to findagrave.
The GOOD news is that the cemetery gave me their burial record which shows SIX people buried there...
James R. Hawkins
And 3 babies - Clarence 1mo, Homer 3mo, & Arthur 4mo
I hope this helps you fill in some of the blanks.... I am going today to the other cemetery to take the photos of David Hawkins..
I also attached the photos to this email.
Have a great week & talk to you soon...
LOT# 411 in the "Northland" section
Added by yorkies1 on May 25, 2009 8:57 AM
Dear Mr. Schalcoksy,
Thank you so very much for posting pictures of BOTH my Grandma & Pap Pap's graves. I am so very grateful.
Again, thank you.
Added by JLM on May 25, 2009 8:21 AM
|katieinohio||Thank You for Traum photo|
Thank you John for taking the time to take the Traum photo for me. I appreciate it! Kathy
|Anna 823||Marker for Oliver Franklin Dayton|
Thank you so much for the picture of the headston from Oliver and Rose. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me.
Added by Anna 823 on May 08, 2009 9:28 AM
|William Moore||Thank you|
John, Thanks for taking the time to get a picture of my cousin's grave marker.
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