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EmpressDR (#48224589)
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Bio Photo I am interested in gathering members of my family and greater family together and linking them. The find a grave community is extremely important in creating a global community for, not only honoring our ancestors and family, but in creating a means for people to locate greater family members and know their ancestry. The internet itself is comprised of work by various individuals (and organizations and businesses) with interest in one or more things and proof that a people-made network is important. I may also, occasionally, find and create a memorial for someone who caught my attention and interest, which I can turn over to a family member -- this I will denote on such a memorial page. But others, including some semi-famous or famous-connected or famous I might keep for myself to run, either because I am exploring a possible connection to me or because I feel my memorial is good, respectful and important, and I want to preserve it. No harm is intended.
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Janice Henry
Arthur Brown
I saw your flowers/note left for Arthur B Brown memorial # 67744275. His father was not Charles (& Lillian). That charles was born 1898 and is buried in the same cemetery as Arthur and Lillian. Arthur's father was Charles R Brown and he was born 1884. Charles R married Miriam Tick. I think Miriam may have died in childbirth because Arthur is living with an Aunt & Uncle in 1934 & 1940. His father remarried to Margaret V Walsh. I think Arthur may have converted to Judaism.
Added by Janice Henry on Apr 11, 2016 9:06 PM
ptiprof
Leah Rosenthal
Thank you very much for your reply. I do have
Ancestry and have followed the information I found about Leah and Solomon's children. I even ordered a marriage license for daughter Ray (not May) Rosenthal. This record lists mother's maiden name as Schwartz. No other document says this. Just more confusion.

Good luck in your research,
Carol Flesher
Added by ptiprof on Feb 20, 2016 7:12 PM
ptiprof
Leah Rosenthal
Leah Rosenthal, married to Solomon/Schlaime Rosenthal seems to be my great-grandmother Kraine's sister. Kraine married Raful/Rafael Trigub/Troob in Derenkovets, Russia in Kiev Gobernya. Solomon/Schlaime paid for my great-grandparents and their children (including my grandmother Gittel/Katie) to come to Philadelphia via the Rosenbaum bank. The mystery I can't solve is Leah and Kraine's maiden name. Various documents list the name as Bloom (3 documents), Cohen (2), and one notation each for Rappaport, Schwartz, and Harrison. I don't know what your relationship is to Leah and Solomon/Schlaime, but any help you can provide would be wonderful!
Added by ptiprof on Jan 08, 2016 12:13 AM
Linda Claxton
RE: Bonnie Jean Goessman Latini
Thank-you very much for helping me with this.

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Jul 18, 2015 6:30 PM
Linda Claxton
RE: Bonnie Jean Goessman Latini
My first thought was bird droppings but if it's damage to the stone please leave the photo. To help explain the spots please explain the damage in the caption of the photo.

Again - thank-you for all your help.

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Jul 02, 2015 3:27 PM
Linda Claxton
Bonnie Jean Goessman Latini
Hi- I want to thank you for the photos for her memorial, I really appreciate you for spending your time and talents on my behalf. I was wondering if you wouldn't mind removing the close up of my aunt, there seems to be some droppings that are distracting. Thanks!

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Jun 13, 2015 11:09 PM
mikey sweek
mary grainger
thank you for taking the photo of mary and her husbands marker. mikey sweek
Added by mikey sweek on Jun 10, 2015 5:29 AM
Dori & Ed
Milam Williams 142559490
Hello
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you for the wonderful cemetery stone photos you took of Milam 142559490 Williams and his wife Olive 143378120 Williams.
We appreciate the time you took and sorry about all the trouble you ran into locating their cemetery stones.
Find A Grave is a great site but only because of people like you.
Thank you.
Dori & Ed Chrisp 47796684
Added by Dori & Ed on Mar 06, 2015 8:08 PM
Karyn Couch
The Gordineers
Thank you for getting the picture of my great Uncle Clarence and Aunt Betty Gordineer you time and effort is very much appreciated.

Sincerely,
Karyn Couch
Added by Karyn Couch on Mar 06, 2015 10:45 AM
Ms. Clyde
RE: added PS
Arturo Acevedo - I took off the father link. No sweat!
Added by Ms. Clyde on Mar 01, 2015 12:21 PM
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