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Pauline Spring
RE: Ringeisen Family

In response to your question from 2 years ago (sorry, I am sort of new to the procedures on Find a Grave!) The other children of Catherine Ringeisen, buried in the Ringeisen cemetery in Bem, are buried in Pittsburgh. Catherine first lived in Pittsburgh, PA with her children before moving to Missouri with Andrew and his family.

They are Michael Ringeisen (1835-1907) and Phillip Ringeisen (1830-1914). There were also two daughters, Margarethe Marz and Charlotta Mueller/Miller. Their grave sites are yet unknown.
Michael is buried in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Allison Park, PA and Phillip is buried in Zimmerman Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA.

Let me know if there are any questions.
Pauline Ringeisen-Spring
Added by Pauline Spring on Sep 18, 2016 2:11 PM
I stopped in the office and said minimum of 6 months. But since she and her husband have side by side plots it could be closer to the year mark.
But I have added the gps and the sec and lot for you.

I could a picture of the funeral home sign but it is not that attractive

Added by Kathie on Apr 25, 2016 1:00 PM
RE: Thanks!
Wow, I had no idea, I do not read hebrew. Unfortunately, without making a new stone. I am not sure what you can do. Maybe, a small plaque with a note that they are wrong, on the stone some place.

Good Luck
Added by Kathie on Jan 05, 2016 6:21 AM
Waldheim requests
Please contact Waldheim Cemetery to get the grave locations of your family. There is an online request form on their site.
Added by Keri on Jul 28, 2015 7:49 PM
I just posted a picture for you of the lot.

And I got a MUCH better readable picture of Ben's

Added by Kathie on Apr 06, 2014 3:37 PM
Ben Rosenstrom in StL
Ben's stone is very difficult to read... I am going to go back if it does not rain tomorrow and try some AL foil on it... Or I try an afternoon. Because of the direction the stone is facing, AM is no good and it might just need some sun light.

Happy hunting
Added by Kathie on Feb 19, 2014 6:48 PM
Patti Labell
Leon Finklestein
Hi, his stone pic is pretty good, what more info do you want on him? I take it you aren't in the St. Louis area. My email is on my FindAGrave info, send me a private message outlining what you have and what you need and I will try to help you with it. It may take me a while but I can get it done.
Added by Patti Labell on Oct 22, 2013 2:46 PM
RE: Kesslers and Drells buried at Waldheim
Hi! I have completed your other photo requests at Waldheim, and I have posted additional photos for Anna & Jacob Spivak.

I'm not sure if you are award, but these small independent cemeteries do not really exist anymore. All of them are now part of Waldheim Jewish Cemetery here:

If you move your graves into this larger cemetery it makes it easier for someone to search and find someone, and it keeps all of your Waldheim graves together. If you perform a "Cemetery Lookup" and search for "Waldheim" in Illinois, what appears is a whole bunch of small cemeteries - most of which are almost empty. I'm hoping that we can get everything moved to make things easier.

Thanks for considering to do this. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 21, 2013 3:50 AM
RE: Kesslers and Drells buried at Waldheim
Hi! Someone else took the information you gave me and photographed some of the graves I was going to provide to you.

Drells in Gate 53: Lots 4 & 5 are Harry & Sarah Farber. Beryl's photo on the grave is damaged and the monument is leaning over.

Kesslers in Gate 54: Also there:
Samuel Glazer: Feb. 25, 1900 - Sep. 22, 1989
Dorothy Glazer: Oct.17, 1906 - Mar. 5, 1991
Jake Spivak: Died Aug. 29, 1961 at 75
Dora Spivak: Died Dec. 30, 1942 at 54

As always, if you create the memorials (if needed) and add the photo requests I will add photos for you. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 20, 2013 6:45 PM
RE: Kesslers and Drells buried at Waldheim
Hi! I will definitely look at the graves between them. It is always fun to look around a little bit and see who else may be there. Weather permitting, you should have photos by the end of the weekend. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 15, 2013 7:34 PM
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