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julia&keld (#46812479)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 15 days
Chadderton cemetery
Hi added 11 December 1925 burial date is that ok

Added by blondie99 on Mar 16, 2017 3:44 AM

John Reeder
Offspring for William Berkeley
I notice in your memorial for this William Berkeley, Find A Grave ID#73190444, that the bio says he had no offspring, but the memorial has links to two of his supposed children.

Added by John Reeder on Mar 11, 2017 4:42 PM

RE: St Mary
Sorry, I've only just seen this. I'm not sure what the problem is.

Added by Tess on Mar 10, 2017 2:40 AM

Aleksey Murzin
Александр Карлович фон Нерике.
Милостивая государыня и милостивый государь, Джулия и Келд.

Время и обстоятельства не позволили мне быть знакомым с Вами. Меня зовут Алексей Мурзин, человек уже преклонного возраста, в жизни имеющий увлечения и занимающийся любимым делом. Одно из таких увлечений – «Русская военные эмигранты и русская военная эмиграция в период 1920-х и 1930-х годов». В большей степени интересуюсь русской военной эмиграцией того периода на территории Королевства Сербов, Хорватов и Словенцев (более восьмидесяти тысяч эмигрантов из России приняло КСХ и С в то время) и на Балканах в целом.

Одесская эвакуация 4 – 7 апреля 1919 года - трагическое событие в истории Гражданской войны в России. На пароходе «Caucasus» эвакуировался в Константинополь, а затем эмигрировал в Болгарию и Александр Карлович фон Нерике и его супруга Мария Михайловна фон Нерике (Миллер) с тремя детьми.

Меня интересует судьба этих троих детей и возможных их потомков. Поэтому, я поднимаю все контакты Александра Карловича фон Нерике и его супруги Марии Михайловны фон Нерике (Миллер). Меня интересуют в первую очередь родственники, возможные потомки, а также друзья и знакомыея, с которыми они были в эмиграции.

. На сайте 12 мая 2016 года я сделал запрос волонтерам на фото надгробья могилы Александра Карловича фон Нерике, но до сих пор не получил никакого ответа.

Есть ли у Вас какая-то информация об Александре Карловиче фон Нерике, о его родных, потомках, а также друзьях и знакомых, с которыми он был в эмиграции, а также, готовы, ли, Вы поделится этой информацией со мной? Я же, в свою очередь, готов помочь Вам по интересующим Вас вопросам по русской эмиграции 20-х и 30-х годов в КСХ и С, прежде всего в существующих границах Словении, Хорватии и Черногории, может быть еще и Сербии.

С уважением,

Алексей Мурзин.

Added by Aleksey Murzin on Feb 20, 2017 6:09 AM

Richard D Wood-Kneller
RE: Harriet Laskier or Lasker
Merci beaucoup. I had given up hope of learning any more about my Polish Jewish grandparents.

Best regards,

Richard D Wood-Kneller

Added by Richard D Wood-Kneller on Feb 19, 2017 12:56 AM

Richard D Wood-Kneller
Harriet Laskier or Lasker
Dear Madam,

Thanks to you I have a little more information about my Polish Jewish Great Grandmother. Could you possibly let me have the full inscription on her grave, please? I believe it may help to trace her family in Russian Poland. I have been told by a Polish lady that Laskier or Lasker is an anglicised version of a Polish name but she could not say which.

Thanking you in advance,

Richard D Wood-Kneller

Harriet Lasker who died 3rd Jul 1913, Aged 70 years.
From the Hebrew inscription: Hannah b Yehuda Leib ...

Rice Lane Cemetery
Metropolitan Borough of Liverpool
Merseyside, England

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Feb 21, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 158411753

Added by Richard D Wood-Kneller on Feb 18, 2017 11:20 AM

Elisa Rolle
J&K, just for your information, I'm playing by the rule and asking people who created duplicate to remove them, and I have never received, neither one, a positive reply. The last below, for a duplicate for Brian Epstein, that is a famous person, therefore would be important no duplicate are there:

Hi Elisa...
I noted your email to me regarding my Entry for Brian Epstein... you are quite right when you state that the original entry is older than mine... However, as the historian for Everton Cemetery, I can categorically state that the original entry for Brian, at Everton Cemetery does not exist, and according to Find A Grave rules... No Burial or memorial... means no valid page.
Hard as it seems... Brian is buried at the Long Lane Jewish Cemetery / Liverpool, along with his Parents and brother (each having their own headstone at THIS cemetery)... I am also the historian for the Jewish cemetery...
You can either leave both, or contact Find A Grave to remove mine and thus the historical fact, separating him from his 'linked' family members and their actual burial place, or theirs which is factually incorrect... the choice is yours...
Mal Holmes

of couse Mal is very kind, I received worst replies. I'm now wondering if I was the only one to comply and delete hundreds of COMPLETE memorials, to leave some scant memorials with no link or bio.

Regards, Elisa

Added by Elisa Rolle on Feb 11, 2017 4:19 PM

Thomas Haas
Max Herrmann #357 104 97
Dates of birth and death, photos and cemetery fit to the writer Max Herrmann-Neisse, but from the third sentence on the biography belongs to Dr. Max Herrmann, born 1865 in Berlin and died 1942 in KZ-Theresienstadt. See #172 757 890.
That obviously somthing is confused you notice for example on the year of marriage 1898, when the groom was twelve years old.
Th. Haas

Added by Thomas Haas on Feb 10, 2017 8:08 AM

Joseph R. Gainey
I notice some one has the composer Scriabine as a half-brother to Xenia, which makes the "cousin" remark problematic. However, Metropolitan Bloom knew not a word of English until he came to Britain as a priest in 1948. Therefore, he could have used the term "cousin" incorrectly, or, it could have been a typesetter's error that was missed. However, that does nothing to change the fact that Scriabine is Xenia's maiden name not her married one and, contrary to your declining the edit because it would replace correct information with incorrect, I am actually substituting correct information for incorrect.

Added by Joseph R. Gainey on Jan 30, 2017 6:58 AM

Joseph R. Gainey
Scriabine edit declined

According to her son's (Metropolitan Bloom) published writings, his mother was a cousin of the composer Scriabine, making it a logical deduction that her maiden name--not her married name--is Scriabine. (She is not a cousin-in-law but a cousin.) The metropolitan's surname is Bloom, his father's name is Bloom, and Russian Orthodox women, like women in most Western countries, upon marrying take the surname of their husband. No exceptions allowed for women during that period, unless the Tsar personally approved as he did for the parents of Felix Yusupov, who murdered Rasputin. (She was the last of the Yusupovs and their was no male heir.) If you are correct, you can easily produce that Imperial decree giving Xenia permission to do likewise. Given Nicholas II's strict Christian moral code, he would have never appointed the father Bloom an ambassador if he were not married to the mother of the child he publicly acknowledged as his own. That makes the wife's legal name Xenia Scriabine Bloom. So, you have decline a correct and proper edit.

Added by Joseph R. Gainey on Jan 30, 2017 6:49 AM

Janis Noonan
RE: St. Nicholas Old Believers Russian Orthodox Cemetery in PA
Here is one of the unknown except the surname Peterson:

Here is an unknown one except he was someone's father:

This is one where there are 2 names on the stone and the surname is Evanoff. I labeled #1 and #2 Or at least there are more dates than for one person.


This one I have a first name Kozma but no surname:

Hopefully if I can get names for these folks I can get their death certificates if they died in Pennsylvania or find an obituary.

This is another where I figured out the first names but are not in English on the stone except surname: and Fred

I have a few more but have run out of time for tonight. Regards, Janis

Added by Janis Noonan on Jan 21, 2017 1:41 AM

Elisa Rolle
Ida Almaforte
the photo is the lady husband. At the time, the protestant were temporary buried here and after one month it was mandatory to ship the body elsewhere or the remain were put in a common burial. until there is no info on where the countess was shipped, if she was shipped at all, this is the only memorial she has.

Added by Elisa Rolle on Jan 20, 2017 1:00 AM

Janis Noonan
RE: St. Nicholas Old Believers Russian Orthodox Cemetery in PA Priscilla Dector Stever Dector Mike Gregor and also wife on same stone with link Anna Koval and linked to husband John Thomas and Pauline Lee Rev McDonsky Andrew Marks Julia Marks Thomas Marks Harry abd wife Rita Morosky Harry and Martha Petroff REv Phillips I am not the manager of this one but I am interested if it says his name anywhere other than the Americanized version Mavra Phillips, wife of the priest above Harry Semenoff Louis Seminoff Catherine and Jack Joseph Williams

Thanks for these. I have a few more to put in including the ones where I don't have a name and the only clue I have is a year. That is on my agenda for today--We have been having an ice storm the past 2 days. So far we still have electricity--now because I have said that I am sure I have jinxed the luck.


Added by Janis Noonan on Jan 17, 2017 12:17 PM

Janis Noonan
RE: St. Nicholas Old Believers Russian Orthodox Cemetery in PA
Okay I think I can do that I can copy and paste the page but I don't know if it will come up as a link that you can click on and go to the page. Right now there are only 60 entries for that cemetery and 30 of those I manage. It is not large. If I make a word document I can email it. Those will come up as links that you can click on. Whichever way works best for you. Let me know.

First one: Kuzma Boiaroff and his wife Martha is linked on the page

Also most of the crosses have writing on them What do those words stand for? I don't know that they are the same on each cross. For the most part I took a picture that encompasses the entire stone then a close up.


Added by Janis Noonan on Jan 16, 2017 11:31 AM

Janis Noonan
St. Nicholas Old Believers Russian Orthodox Cemetery in PA
I have put most of the pictures and entries for this cemetery and I would appreciate help with translations of the Russian. This cemetery is one of 4 in the USA that was Old believers Russian Orthodox. There may be more of these churches now in the US after Alaska became a state. I got the information for many of the folks from death certificates, marriage applications and obituaries. I realize the names probably changed from what they were born as. Many indicated they were from Poland but this might be Russian occupied area or the borders changed through the years. Most of these families came to the US around 1890-1900. The area is a coal mining center. To easily find this cemetery go to USA---Pennsylvania---Washington County.---St. Nicholas. I am not sure how the edit works but if you translate I can put it in the bio with a reference to who did the translating.

One person that I did not put in but am interested in is Rev. Cedar Phillips. I took a close up of the writing on the stone. There was an entry on a blog wondering what his name really was. Is Phillips a typical Russian surname? Maybe his real name it is written in Russian? You can email me this or edit through the person who put it in the entry.

I have not put in the stones that have no English name yet but that will be coming and will probably do a numbering system. There are only 3 or 4. I have not finished this cemetery section and there is a newer section across the street. I live some 650 miles from this cemetery but my family is from this area so when I visit family I spend a few days at the cemetery photographing but I just started in this section.

Again thanks for any help.

Janis Noonan

Added by Janis Noonan on Jan 15, 2017 3:46 PM

#143639185 is a duplicate of #161162176, not other way round. Have notified contributor.

Added by GariochGraver on Jan 08, 2017 3:47 AM

Rocky Rhoads
Cliveden War Memorial Cemetery
I see you have done some work on the WWI memorial at
Taplow, South Bucks District, Buckinghamshire, UK.
My great uncle is buried there.
His name: Private George Arthur Rhoads
Canadian Forestry Corps, was in Canadian Army,
Death was 14 Mar 1919 from the Flu epidemic.
He is find a a grave memorial #26619804
I think his grave reference is 38.
Do you have any information on him?
I do not have his picture and do not have a picture of his grave marker. Can you help me?
I maintain his father's, my Great Grandfather's find a grave site,
they lived in Calgary, Alberta, Canada but all where from USA and had
immigrated to Canada from Kansas, USA. I can maintain his site if you need me to?
Thank you,

Rocky Rhoads

Added by Rocky Rhoads on Jan 07, 2017 5:22 PM

Aurorae Little♥UE
168961717 & 63682876 Aitken Arthur Edward
I had added BG Arthur Edward Aitken's pic, when I found the second entry. 168961717 Left them a message, I believe yours, as you have the stone and I know your work!! Gracias for finding him! Aikens Revolution Project ~ ARP

Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Jan 06, 2017 11:28 PM

Todd Whitesides
Bertie and Montagu Families
Because of the secure setting I've had to add to my PC to keep Find A Grave's advertisements from taking when I'm logged in, I can't open the window under the Edit tab for 'Suggest any other correction or addition'. I hope you don't mind if I send two update requests here on the message portion of your profile page, and I apologize for the inconvenience.

Elizabeth Montagu Bertie (#33450969) died on November 30, 1654 at The Strand, Wesminster, and was buried in her family vault in the church at Weekley, Northamptonshire. The Weekley parish register also records the burial of her father Edward Montagu (#33451205), 1st Baron Montagu of Broughton, in the same place. I know there are effigial memorials of them on the Jefferay tomb, but would you mind to move their memorials to the Weekley church where they are actually interred.

Thanks for looking into this. Best wishes for the New Year.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Dec 30, 2016 11:03 AM

Carrie Meerten
Thank you
Thank you for taking the time to visit the cemetery, take photos and uploading them. Greatly appreciated ;-)
Cheers, Carrie.

Added by Carrie Meerten on Dec 29, 2016 11:36 PM

Robyn Elliott
Ronald and Irene Messer's Cremation Plaque Pic
Many, many thanks for getting this photo for me. I appreciate it very much.


Added by Robyn Elliott on Dec 28, 2016 4:29 PM

RE: Merry Christmas
Brisbine you lucky people you ;)

Added by wertypop on Dec 24, 2016 3:46 PM

RE: dupes
If only Find A Grave would have a decent search system, a cross-indexed list of alternate names for the same individual could begin to be populated eliminating so much of the duplication caused by their totally inadequate system. The programming exists and is used in their own trees, for goodness sake! They cause so much confusion by refusing to make this simple, since the programming already exists, change!

It has gotten so much worse since mediaeval persons are being included, but even in early America their were myriad spellings for last names.

Most of us spend inordinate amounts of time trying to search all variants, and even then too often end up duplicating persons. SIGH.

Added by Anonymous on Dec 21, 2016 7:37 PM

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year wishes Nana

Added by Nana on Dec 21, 2016 1:09 PM

Pat McArron
Charles Ricketts
Thank you for the correction on the disposition of remains. I have since made the adjustment.

Added by Pat McArron on Dec 20, 2016 8:19 AM


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