|Marie Zimmerman (#47196016)|
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Thank you! :)
In the past I have been kind enough to remove my memorial even though it was added before another memorial for a non relative (to me) if someone else adds the same with more information and/or is a relative, even though I could have just transferred my memorial to them. Due to this being taken advantage of I will no longer be doing so, as the requests by non relatives to remove my memorial so that theirs might stand; have become absurd.
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|PGibson||Louis and Geza Fodor grave|
Marie, thank you so much for taking the time to take the picture of this marker. These were my uncles that I never knew, and having this picture means a lot to me.
Added by PGibson on Oct 11, 2013 5:38 PM
One of your contributed photos is an unknown Kroboth with b. and d. dates unknown. There is also a photo of yours for Anna U Julia Kroboth with a similarly shaped stone. These are in St. Michael's in Bethlehem.
I have been searching for the burial site of my great grandfather, Stefan Kroboth with no success. He married my great grandmother, Johanna, in Hungary in 1897. They both immigrated to Coplay in 1900 and 1901. I knew Johanna in my young life and she is buried in St. Peter's cemetery in Coplay, dying sometime in the 1960's. However, Stefan is not with her. He died sometime around 1920. I have no idea where else to look, but stumbled upon the memorial of the Unknown Kroboth today wondering if it could be him. Is this grave site adjacent to Anna Julia's? If so, it is not likely to be Stefan as he was married to Johanna.
Thank you for considering my question. I searched unsuccessfully so far in the US and Hungary for a reference to Stefan Kroboth. I will continue but any information you have may help. If you ever get to St. Michael's, maybe you can take another picture of the stone. With today's technology, I may find a way to restore it digitally.
Added by Bebe on Sep 20, 2013 1:59 PM