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Barb W (#47161578)
 member for 4 years, 11 months, 28 days
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Bio Photo My paternal family names are Stephens, Carter, Daniel, Stovall, O'Neill, Caraway, Talley and Jones (mostly TX, GA and TN).

My maternal names are Frisino and Genovese (immigrants from Italy 1880s), Drane and Barry (immigrants from Ireland/England 1870s-1890s). The Frisino and Drane families settled in the Baltimore, MD area.

I am also researching Jewish families White and Ruttenberg (immigrants from Russia/Poland 1870s-1900). These families settled mostly in New York and Chicago. Strauss (Latvia to England); Roland and Gicht (Poland to England). These families settled mostly in France and England.

I'm mostly here researching my own family but occasionally come across info on others, which I post or suggest to the person maintaining the memorial. I'm happy to transfer memorials that are not my relatives!

I want to thank Find A Grave and all the friends I have met here who have found family members for me across the country. Without you I would probably never have found the information I now have for my children and future generations.

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RE: George Q Butler
they are at new cathedral - that's how I found him, they are on the back of Joseph's monument. I don't remember if I made a memorial or if I thought you were going to... I just located the original email with the picture and resent it to you.
Added by Debbie on Jul 25, 2014 9:26 PM
Ella Baber
I completed your photo request for Ella Baber. She is in a Stephens family plot with her mother Addie; her brother William; her sister-in-law Josephine and her nephew Robert. All had memorials, but only Addie had a photo, so posted photos for those that were missing. I put captions on all the photos I posted so anyone looking will know who she is with.

Bob Young
Added by rwy on Jul 19, 2014 12:47 AM
Benjamin Harris
I walked the entire section on July 2 looking for any Harris's. This section of the cemetery is mixed (old and new) but none of the markers gives information as to lot location. After printing a layout of the lot locations I revisited the cemetery and walked the lower area of the section in the area of Lot 335, however, I still had no luck finding Benjamin. There are two Harris memorials in this area but neither of them had Benjamin's name on them. The Harris stone closest to Lot 335 has the names Edward Beason (1966), Laura Pilachowski (1970) and Mary Windsor (1998-2007) with a blank area for a fourth name. Is it possible he is related and that his name is not listed? The other Harris stone in Section Iris is a much older stone and is located in the middle of this section which is numbered in the high 90's to mid-100's. I have taken pictures of both if you think either one will be of value. Also, I will walk the entire section once more on my next trip just to make sure I didn't miss his stone and to verify that an error with the lot number was not made.
Added by KDorsey on Jul 03, 2014 4:34 PM
RE: Jean Drew Cyr Frisino
Jean's obit says her husband was Wayne Drew and doesn't mention a first name or second husband. I went on Ancestry and it had Emanuel Frisino who was born Dec. 15, 1907 and came to FL from Maryland. He died Sept 1981 and shows his last residence as Miami, Dade Co., FL. I don't know if this is the Emanuel your looking for.
Added by DConner on Jun 30, 2014 10:52 PM
RE: Hi!

It keeps me out of the bars and out of trouble... and it's the only exercise I get most days...

Added by Debbie on Jun 30, 2014 5:02 PM
Norbert Aronson
RE: Fanny Rachel Strauss
It was a pleasure. As the graves are positioned generally according to date of burial it was easy to find.
I might have a clearer picture which I took on a different device (haven't downloaded it yet - i only went there this afternoon). If you'd want a copy please let me know. You can contact me directly on
Added by Norbert Aronson on Jun 30, 2014 4:25 PM
RE: James E Stephens photo request
Go to Oak Grove Cemetery on Find A Grave and request a photo. The day I was inYoakum I only had time to go to the library and look up his burial site. I will be back inYoakum sometime in November and if no one else has fulfilled your request at Oak Grove, I will try to do it for you. There are several people in the Yoakum area who do photos for Find A Grave, but most of them would never find your request as there is no "Yoakum Cemetery" in Yoakum. There is a Yoakum Cemetery near Yorktown (I believe) in DeWitt County. Hope this helps.
Added by MVJacobs on Oct 24, 2012 9:17 PM
Maggie Mac
No, I am not related. I found your g/grandmother's site on a random stroll. Kind regards.
Added by Maggie Mac on Aug 27, 2011 7:32 PM
Loudon Park Cemetery
Hi, this is a massive cemetery if you could call and get the location of the grave I would happily fill your request. There are 78 photo requests and none have grave locations.
(410) 644-9696
Added by Michelle on Aug 15, 2011 3:35 PM
Dennis Healy
RE: Robert F Drane at New Cath
Added by Dennis Healy on Aug 06, 2011 7:25 AM
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