|Robert Jacobs (#47116457)|
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|I'm locating the graves and adding obituaries, eulogies and family histories for members of the Cornelius, Soulerin, Dumez, Ruffcorn, and Glessner families of Pennsylvania and Ohio, also Uberstine and Meltzer families of NE Ohio, Milwaukee and Reading; the Jacobs & Schwartz families of NE Ohio; and the Jordan, Glessner, and Ruffcorn families of Northeastern & North-Central Ohio. These are my targets for documentation.|
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|A.J. Marik||Re: Adopted and biological|
Thank you for your suggestion. This is a subject that is included in our "needs" list. For now, please do not make a second memorial. Simply use the bio area of the memorial to explain the relationships.
Curator of Archives, Find a Grave
Mr. Jacobs, I noticed you posted many grave listings for Kestenbaums.
My relative was Isadore Lefkowitz, who married William Kestenbaum's daughter.
Are you related to the Kestenbaums?
|Sharri Bodnar||Re: John Aloysius Mooney|
Thank you for the correct info on John's 2 wife's. I made the correction in his memo.
|Dawn Comstock||John Folk|
My apologizes Bob, I thought I had unlinked John from Lydia in Wabash last week. I inherited many memorials from this cemetery in order to add info and clean up memorials so the link was likely there before I took over. I had looked at it before and wondered about it being correct. Last week I did some more searching around and found a John Folk in a neighboring county that is likely her husband but haven't found proof yet. Thanks for the updated info. Dawn
|Richard Soash||Mary Hoag Hutchinson|
I have seen her name spelled both ways. There is already a note indicating her name was also spelling Hogue.
|Bella Rosa||RE: Max Meltzer|
You are very welcome! Thanks for taking the time to let me know my work there is appreciated! I only saw him because you had them linked so it's a good thing you did! I've been working in that cemetery getting everyone out there and posting pictures. When I started it only showed 200 people buried there and I can tell by looking at the headstones there's a lot more than 200 there. My goal is to get everyone out there in case loved ones are looking for them! Just trying to help out where I can.
I was at Canton Hebrew Cemetery today and added photos of Hellers gravestones. It is a very pretty stone. That is a beautiful well maintained cemetery.
Although I am not Jewish I know many people buried there, mostly parents of friends of mine.
Added by rgbarb on Aug 08, 2012 6:37 PM
I am going to be in Canton today and plan to stop at Hebrew Cemetery, I will try to take pictures of your requested stone when I do some others.
Added by rgbarb on Aug 08, 2012 4:55 AM
Hi Bob, added the info and then just transfered to you. Have a great weekend! Kim
there you go.
Added by brenda on Nov 20, 2009 2:16 PM
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