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Kim Cole (#47303145)
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Richard Snyder
RE: Anna Minch
Intriguing indeed!!! I added all the photos for all family members this morning...and I requested edits to link each person with parents, spouse etc...probably will drive the memorial manager crazy!! The cemetery records list all people living at 86 Kinsman Road, which was a very prestigious Cleveland address back in 1890. I found Anna in the 1900 census living at the same address with her niece, Lydia Hahn, age 23 single. Anna was born in Germany, November 1818, immigrated 1835. It also says that Anna was the mother of 8 children, but only ONE was alive in 1900. Yikes!! Anyway...when I find a family like this, I get "hooked" on their whole history...sometimes more than my own family, Cheers to you!!! Richard
Added by Richard Snyder on Jun 19, 2015 6:23 AM
Richard Snyder
Conrad Leimbach
Hello again...I see that you have a photo request for the above peron in Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland. If you would like me to try for a photo for Conrad, let me know. Erie is a very historic cemetery in Cleveland (the first)...full of graves from the early and mid 1800's. Most of the headstones are weathered beyond recognition, but I will try if you want. I love going's almost surreal!!! Long live Find A Grave...
Added by Richard Snyder on Jun 18, 2015 4:23 PM
Richard Snyder
Anna Minch
Hi Kim...I was at Woodland today and got great photos for Anna Minch and all the other members of the Minch family. I will post these tonight or tomorrow morning at the latest. Beautiful lot and fascinating family!!!. I believe she is related (sister?) to Peter G Minch, died 1892. Check Find A Grave for Peter...there's a great story about his death on Lake Superior, where he lost his life, along with his wife and two children...big storm, tragic boat disaster. I find these family stories, and I that is why I am addicted to Find A Grave, because it helps other people, like yourself, get connected with their ancestors. Have a great summer. Richard
Added by Richard Snyder on Jun 18, 2015 4:11 PM
Sarah Parsons
No headstone is seen, but you may want to contact the cemetery to see if a stone was actually placed, or if it is hidden from view, as sometimes happens especially with flush stones.Telephone: 216-421-
2665, Fax: 216-421-2415
Added by Beverly on May 11, 2014 7:39 PM
Lowell and Harold Gram
I have loaded Lowell and Harold's photos along with photos for the others in the lot.

Sec U Lot 325
Harold Gram d1988
Gladys Gram d1988
Lowell Gram d1999
M Margaret Gram d1990
Added by Christina on Sep 08, 2013 9:57 AM
George, Emma and William Gram
I have added their photos along with Lola who is in the same lot.

Sec V lot 111
George Gram d1954
Emma Gram d1963
William D Gram d1978
Lola Gram d1963
Added by Christina on Sep 08, 2013 9:43 AM
Paul Gram
I have added photos for Paul and the others in the lot.

Sec W Lot 24
Paul Gram d1995
Nellie Gram d1998
Mabel Gram d1968
L. Jacob Gram d1946
Added by Christina on Sep 08, 2013 9:07 AM
Chartiers Cem look ups
Hi Kim,
Chartiers Cem setup is different, perhaps due to how old it is and how it was originally set up. Consider going on their website so you can see the map of the cemetery. It's set up by: sections, divisions, and ranges. Then, contact them and inquire as to where your loved ones are buried. There are well over 1,000 headstones along with unmarked graves. Sooo, the more information, the better. Thank you for your kind understanding. I'll be visiting there soon as I have relatives buried here.
Added by SueJeanCatherine on Jul 01, 2012 11:23 AM
Robin Wallace
RE: George F. Parsons
I hope I don't have the wrong George. My grandmother's sister was Nelle Steele, married to George Parsons Feb 2, 1887. They had a son, Ray Steele Parsons b. Aug 2, 1888 d. Jan 28, 1890. His obituary lists Nelson Parsons as grandparent. That is how I connected to your George. They also had a daughter. Nellie Elenora Parsons b.Jan 6, 1890 (just 2 weeks before Ray died) d. Dec 25, 1975. My fondest wish would be to find a photo of George. Do you have one? Can you tell me how he died? I don't know if they were divorced or if he died during the marriage. Ray & "Nonie" are buried on the Steele family lot at Riverside. Their mom and step-father are there as well.
Please let me know what you know.
My email is
Added by Robin Wallace on Apr 02, 2012 7:01 PM
Robin Wallace
George F. Parsons
I see that you have added the George Parsons memorial. Is he a relative of yours? He was married to my grandmother's sister Nell, with whom he had 2 children. Can you give me additional information? I can share a letter from the family regarding the death of his son Ray. Please let me know.
Added by Robin Wallace on Mar 31, 2012 5:58 PM
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