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Betty L. Schmidt (#47347301)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 23 days
Christine Bell
RE: Thanks for the photo
You're very welcome

Added by Christine Bell on Oct 07, 2014 1:13 PM

Bruce Johnson
RE: Info for Anna Pozorski
I do not have much information on Anna or Leo. I do know the following: Anna was born in Chicago in 1916
Leo was born in Kansas in 1925
Both are most likely deceased
They were last living in Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Probably buried in the local cemetery unless they were cremated

That is all I have


Added by Bruce Johnson on Sep 30, 2014 5:33 PM

K. Medved
RE: Thanks
You are very welcome. I also posted Hubert Caldwell who was right next to Bessie. Kay

Added by K. Medved on Sep 26, 2014 9:52 PM

Glad to help. I try to find the location, even if there is no headstone.
I use others in the same lot as a waypoint.

Added by JPK on Sep 20, 2014 2:21 PM

Eric Wisser
RE: Winslow Alvin Snyder
Thanks. Look forward to it.

Added by Eric Wisser on Aug 28, 2014 11:06 AM

Eric Wisser
Winslow Alvin Snyder
Hello, I sent you some information about Winslow. He was a great grandson of my 3x great grandfather, Peter Wisser. (His grandmother was a sister of my 2x great grandfather, Boniface Wisser). I see you have extensive information on the Gitz family, his wife's maiden name (I had Getz, but I don't know if that was a typo in the newspaper or the Pennsylvania spelling). I have been researching my family history for some time and have devoted some of that time to ancillary information on the various branches. Are you related to the Gitz/Getz family? Is that why you created the memorial for Winslow?

Added by Eric Wisser on Aug 27, 2014 1:56 PM

Actually Gio's mother could have been Amalia I guess since it would be the father with the last name Dalle Nogare.

Added by KatR. on Aug 26, 2014 11:43 PM

Giovanni's mother listed is Possan, Amalia (which would mean there were two Amalia's) but it also lists him as going to Missouri not Colorado. So maybe something got lost in translation when they recorded it down. Arturo's mother is Verehena, Rosa (Its hard to make out), and he is listed as going to Colorado. Then Eliano's mother is Dall'Aloa?, Elena and listed as going to Colorado too. And underneath him, I am not sure if he is related but he came from the same location and is going to Colorado with them, it looks like... Lino Zanella and his father is Antonio. He might just be a friend.
I have found Candida's info is a bit off. There is an obit, I forget for who, which says her brother I think was Emil, but I am like 95% sure it was a typo by the paper. I know Germano and Emil were brothers and the sons of Gaetano and my grandma says Candida was Gaetano's niece but she doesn't remember her father except that he stayed in Italy. She came to join Riccardo with Esther "Pasqua" in 1933 or 1932 I think. And I think Candida was the only one from her family that came to the US because her husband was here mining and why she was close to Gaetano and his sons.

Added by KatR. on Aug 26, 2014 11:42 PM

RE: Colorado Dalle Nogare
Thanks for messaging me. I have had my eye on Arthur and have been trying to figure out his relation.
Amalia is my grandmother's grandmother or my great great grandmother. My grandmother is still alive, but her memory is a bit scattered. I have been putting a tree together on
I do not know Amalia's parents. I do know they stayed in Schio. And a lot of their kids came to Colorado and settled or lived in Walsenburg, Peublo, Aguilar, Rugby, and Trinidad, and the men were mostly miners. Amalia's husband, Frank DallaGuardia, was miner. I have found that all the Dalle Nogare/Nogare's that moved to CO are in some way related.
You mentioned Arthur had a brother named Eliano and Giovanni. I found the Ellis Island document listing the three of them. I was not sure if they were siblings because it listed two different mothers for Giovanni and Arthur (Arturo).
Because of the birth dates they would have to be Amalia's nephews. But I don't know of which brother.
She had a brother named Gaetano and he had Germano and Emil. And another brother named Antonio. And she also had a niece named Candida who married Riccardo Tresso. Those are the definitive siblings/their family that I have from my grandma.
My information stops with Amalia's siblings unfortunately. If you find more information about his parents can you let me know?
Thank you!

Added by KatR. on Aug 26, 2014 9:04 PM

Vaughan Mavir
Arthur Anthony Nogare
Hi Betty,
I have sent you an edit with his date of death which was 09-18-1980 his obit appeared in the Pueblo Chieftain o09-19-1980.
Pueblo Chieftain Obituaries are available free of charge via E mail from
Under the library home page search tab select Pueblo obituary index then type in the surname and you will see a list of obits for the surname Nogare (there are presently 7 names) select the ones you would like looked up and within about 2 weeks often earlier you will receive them by E mail.

Added by Vaughan Mavir on Aug 17, 2014 1:27 PM

Debbie D
RE: Thanks
You are very welcome :)

Added by Debbie D on Aug 17, 2014 1:17 PM

RE: Thanks
You are very welcome

Added by Markies on Aug 15, 2014 6:59 PM

RE: Thanks Irma
You are welcome. I'm sorry the photos didn't come out that great, but the stones have that black hard lichen that doesn't come off when cleaned. irma

Added by Irma on Aug 10, 2014 5:46 PM

RE: Thanks so much
You are very welcome for the photos. After reading your bio of Helmuth I was surprised to see a marker for him next to Bertha. When the excellent staff at Crown Hill told me he was buried on July 10, 1947 it was a lot of things including poignant that he had been transferred so as to be next to her. I added a picture of the grave marker to his page.

if there is anything else I can help you with please let me know.


Added by Robin on Jul 10, 2014 3:18 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Thanks
You are welcome, glad I could help.
In the same section as Thomas I also Thad Talbott 1883-1954. Hope this helps!!!

Added by Dan Ryan on Jun 08, 2014 11:46 AM

RE: Thanks
you are very welcome, just wish it was readable. It's located next to Hungerfords which you mentioned

Added by Pat on May 22, 2014 2:38 PM

Holbrook, John
I went to Brookside Cemetery today looking for John Holbrook's grave. Websites say he is located in the Old Grounds section which is located in the very back of the cemetery. He is suppose to be located in lot 18 next to Capt Tilley Richardson who is in lot 19. There is a stone there which I have a picture of but the stone is unreadable. Do you want me to post that stone? I also took a picture of both the unreadable stone and Tilley Richardson's stone. The website shows John Holbrook, located in Old Ground, Lot 18, 1789-1829, died June 11th.

Added by Pat on May 22, 2014 1:28 PM

Diane Branham
RE: Abraham Baker
You are welcome.

Added by Diane Branham on May 15, 2014 12:29 PM

Bruce Johnson
RE: Dennis Dost
It has been removed.

Added by Bruce Johnson on May 12, 2014 9:23 AM

Lloyd Castner
Karl Charles Smith
Find a Grave's definition of famous person is "well known outside of his or her local community". Why don't you consider nominating Carl Charles Smith as famous?He too was in the Nebraska Legislature Go to his memorial and click on edit next to transfer management. Then click famous at the bottom of the page.

Added by Lloyd Castner on May 06, 2014 8:41 AM

Lloyd Castner
Julius Smith
The Find a Grave's definition of famous person is "well known out side of his or her local community". I have noticed former several state senators are "famous"in Find a Grave. Why don't you consider nominating Julius Smith for a famous individual. It is easy to do. Go to his memorial and click on edit next to transfer management. Click famous at the bottom of the page and wait several days and see what happens

Added by Lloyd Castner on May 06, 2014 8:34 AM

RE: Fred Knuth
Why don't you establish the memorials I have more then enough to keep me busy, and it looks like your more family then I am, I just happened to be taking a stroll looking for any one on the list of requests. (We had a fairly tough winter and I needed to get out, but you being in Colorado I have to assume that yours wasn't to easy either.)
A request isn't necessary but let me know when the memorials are established. I don't regularly check the requests any more for any cemetery.

Added by Rich on Apr 17, 2014 12:38 PM

Fred Knuth
Next to Fred is I believe is his wife Rosa 1846 - 1923 and most likely their son William 1871 - 1910.
Yours, not yours? You want or don't want?

Added by Rich on Apr 16, 2014 5:25 PM

Fred Knuth
Next to fred is a believe is his wife Rosa 1846 - 1923 and most likely their son William 1871 - 1910.
Yours, not yours? You want or don't want?

Added by Rich on Apr 16, 2014 5:24 PM

Carole Alden
Memorial# 13480231
I saw that you had asked for a photo of Nathan Baker's grave and someone was able to find it this time. Thank you. It's his birthday today, what a surprise. The DAR and the SAR don't even know where he is buried. We need their address to report the find. Years ago someone walked the cemn. and recorded it so I knew he was there but when I asked for someone to find his grave and take a picture, no one could find it. His YDNA is at: Family Tree DNA database. .
Family Finder test and YNDA done by Nathan Channing Baker, my uncle. click on Projects click on B pick Baker and click go down to:.

5a. Martin, David, Remember Baker --Web site.

kit 208272, Nathan Channing BAKER

208272 R1b1a2 13 24 14 11 11 14 12 12 12 13 13 29 18 9 9 11 11 25 15 19 29 15 15 17 18 10 11 19 23 16 16 18 18 33 35 12 12+
I, Carole Lynn Alden, have done the AncestryDNA test.
I'm so happy I can't even think of sleeping. I have taken one vacation in 40 years and that was a research trip to Denver, CO. I think you and Kathi just gave me a resend to take another one. Thank you great ladies.

Added by Carole Alden on Apr 14, 2014 9:53 PM


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