|Diana Anderson (#48024371)|
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|Glenn Benner||Agatha "Matt" Heidig|
Thought you should know. Recently, a Michael Heidig was added to those buried at Saint Anthony`s. On his memorial page, the keeper posted his death certificate. His mother was Agatha "Matt" Heidig Find A Grave #140661571, born 1820 in Germany, also buried at St. Anthony`s. Hope this helps.
|William Wilkening||Anna Mary E (Muller) Wilkening|
Hi Diana, I was sorry to see the photo taken by Lisa of the displaced headstone on the Muller/Wilkening plot 671. I visited All Faiths myself this past January. Some of my ancestors are buried in the Weichmann plot number 9252 Map 3A. Unfortunately, it doesn't have a headstone, so its a little difficult to find. My great grandmother, Josephine F (Weichmann) Wilkening was buried there in 1952 (with her parents) as was her 3 month old son Lewis A Wilkening in 1897. Her husband Charles Wilkening is buried with his parents in Green-Wood lot 18977. Charles had a sister named Wihelmina who married a Muller. "Mimmie" Muller was buried in Green-Wood in 1901 as was her son - Alexander F Muller - in 1956. I can't find anything about the Muller she married. I guess its a coincidence? I count at least four, apparently separate, Wilkening families in NYC around 1860-1940 time frame.
|Glenn Benner||Edits Complete|
The edits you provided have been added to the Matt memorial pages at Saint Anthony`s. Thank you for the additional info. I will transfer management to you, if you would like.
|Glenn Benner||More Matts|
Set up memorial pages for Atilia T., Sophia,& John B. Matt today. You may want to look at these. The Atilia Matt stone is very hard to read. It is well worn, is carved in a small font, and parts may be in German. I will email the original photos so you can enlarge, tint, shade...... to be able to read. Hope this helps you!
|Glenn Benner||Saint Anthony`s Info|
Happy to help! A friend told me that the plots at Saint Anthony`s were sold in groups of 4 (years ago). So, I also took photos of the memorial stone that is behind Casper & Anna "Matt" Markert. You may want to look at the Clarence A. Angermier memorial page that I posted today #142450337. If they are your extended family, will be happy to transfer.
Also, expect the full 21 day cycle before the Markert edits are approved. I don`t think contributor DAR is active.
Best Wishes Always,
|Glenn Benner||Matt @ Saint Anthony`s|
Just a "heads up". Stopped at St. Anthony`s today. Noticed memorial for Anne E "Matt" Markert (wife of Casper Markert). Took photo. Added to existing memorial page #60937317. I have requested the obvious edits. Thought you may like to look it over. Hope this helps.
|Glenn Benner||Matt Transfers|
Thank you for the kind words. Have transferred Amelia, Anthony, and Josephine Matt to your care. I am glad they have Family who care as you do. Have fun with the linking !!!
|Ken B||RE: Thank you!|
Glad I could help. Could you get me the location of Francis Elsner's grave? I'll go back to photograph that as well but I'm leaving for Florida on Saturday.
Added by Ken B on Jan 20, 2015 7:27 PM
I found out about Bob, when I googled for his phone number and his sisters obit came up.
Dyanne and I had worked for years on the Underwood, with me sharing what I found, as I found it, and the Spain etc.
I met them when I invited them to an Underwood Reunion we had here.
I was sorry to hear about his death. I imagine if you only put this one grave on-that they are your family? I would like to be back in touch, and have written her at the aol e-mail address I had.
Ms. Gerry Hill-Albany Ga.
|Sharla||Helen & Rosendo Vargas and Leona Smith|
Thank you so very much for the photos for the above memorials. I appreciate your work.....Thanks!
Added by Sharla on Mar 09, 2013 5:40 PM
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