|Bob & Donna Werner||Bartel & Rosenow|
Luara, did you get my email or did it go to spam? “I see you have postings on find-a-grave for Bartel's & Rosenow's which are both families on my tree. We are having a family reunion this year in the Cleveland area. What is our connection?”
Added by Bob & Donna Werner on May 06, 2017 9:06 AM
|Janice||RE: Standing Rock Cemetery|
Hi Laura. St. Patrick's cemetery is within Standing Rock, and is marked as some sections in the middle. If you look at the photos of Standing Rock, you'll see one is a map, and some of the sections are labeled "St Pat's." The county historical society did a census of the full cemetery using sexton records and location, and indexed it all as one cemetery. It is pretty good, but there COULD be errors. To confirm, you might call the cemetery office to see whether the sexton records have her listed.
Added by Janice on Feb 19, 2017 6:32 AM
|Paula D.||Conrad Koenig|
Thank you! Thank you! From the bottom of my heart! Thank you for the memorial & thank you for the info. I have been researching the ancestery.com site and it list Mary last name as Rosenan, then I found Rosenow, I think there might be a Rosenhan so thank you for the correct spelling. So you are related to Conrad's 3rd wife, Mary. Did they have any children together? In the 1940 it has Mary with a daughter Marjory age 23? I also called the Brooklyn Heights cemetery to get more information. They told me two women are also buried in the plot. A Margaret Meese who died January 3, 1935, age 24 and an Anna Wiley who died April 22, 1928, age 37. Do you know who they are? I am just so excited to finally be able to close this mystery and share this information with my family. Sad how Conrad was, but it's my family history. Again, thank you! I look forward to hearing from you!
Added by Paula D. on Mar 22, 2016 11:39 AM
|Paula D.||Conrad Koenig|
You would not believe how long I have been searching for Conrad. His story is a very long and deceiving story. Conrad is my great- grandfather who his family and my grandmother had thought he had been killed and his body dumped because he pretty much just disappeared on them. I did make a find a grave memorial for him, but just now found your memorial. I would like to combine our information into one memorial. my memorial # is 146207120. Let me know what you would like to do.
Added by Paula D. on Mar 22, 2016 10:21 AM
|Dick Marsh||RE: Holy Cross Polish National Cemetery|
I'm glad that you found it because I think I just saw it from the main road and went there because it was in the neighborhood of some people that I was searching for. Since it was so small, I took some pictures while I was there.
I noticed your last name and looked at your previous correspondence with Gerald Hine. I am also related to your husband from Thomas Hine of England then Milford, CT. He was my 8th great grandfather. It's a small world.
Added by Dick Marsh on Mar 20, 2016 5:45 PM
|Kelly Johnston||RE: William Kent and wife Kittie|
William and Kittie didn't have any children but I am a descendant of William's brother Henry. Henry and Josephine were my great great grandparents. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. - Mary Jo Johnston
Added by Kelly Johnston on May 03, 2015 7:16 PM
|William Stark||RE: Question about Camp Cleveland|
Try posting you question here.
Added by William Stark on Mar 28, 2015 3:46 AM
|Bob Karberg||Carl Karberg 12892031|
The monument posted for Carl is not correct. It is for Charles Karberg.
Added by Bob Karberg on Jul 02, 2012 1:56 AM
Thank you so much! Claudia Bader
Added by Claudia Bader on Jun 23, 2012 4:33 PM
|Claudia Bader||John (Johann) Bader|
Also, would you be willing to transfer Johann's site to me also? Thanks much, Claudia Bader
Added by Claudia Bader on Jun 20, 2012 9:02 PM
|Claudia Bader||Dorothea Bader|
Would you be willing to transfer ownership of her find-a-grave to me. She is my 2nd great grandmother on my father's side. Thank you, Claudia Bader
Added by Claudia Bader on Jun 20, 2012 9:01 PM
|Coleman||John C. Bader|
can you please link him to his wife Dorothy bader,thanks so much
Added by Coleman on Dec 06, 2011 6:53 AM
|Gearld Hine||got your message|
is there anyway that i can get a hold of you besides thru find a grave. can you see my email address? if so just send me an email and then i can converse with you. actually i have no direct relatives in Ohio, i just happened to be working on a tree which was done by someone else who after talking we found out we are second cousins.it just so happens i was working on people who lived in Ohio and i saw your name on one of the graves. i could also let you see what tree we are on in ancestory.com. unless you think it would be safe enough to leave my email on your message board and we can go from there. it is your call. let me know what you think.
thanks. talk to you later
Added by Gearld Hine on May 10, 2011 9:16 AM
|Gearld Hine||i saw your last name|
i saw you name as i am working on my tree in ancestory.com and i am a Hine and realated to Thomas I Hine who came from England to Connecticut in 1636. i have been working on several members that moved to Ohio into the Youngstown and Canfield areas and when i saw your name i was wondering if you were related to any of them and if so, how so? For the people that i have research so far, most of the data has come from Find A Grave. However i noticed many of them do not have photos of the grave sites but do have many stories from newspapers and articles from various book about their lives. also had a few that had copy of their death certificate.
can you tell me anything more about various hine family members in the area as of today?
Added by Gearld Hine on Apr 26, 2011 3:56 PM