|Tom Householder||John T Funk|
I am looking for info on John Funk 3rd and 5th Pa Cavalry. He enlisted with one Edward Pool in Pittsburgh . John lived in Southside Pittsburgh.
I have a civil war photo of Edward with an unknown soldier I am trying to Identify
|Ronald C. Yochum||Errors|
Can you please delete the following two entries. They are incorrectly attributed to being buried in St. Wendelin. They are not.
Mary M. Yochum
Henry A Yochum.
Both of these folks are buried in St. John Vianney Cemetery, St. Georges Section, in Carrick.
I have already created these two memorials in the St. John Vianney Cemetery section.
|Eric Leindecker||Memorial Transfer|
Since you state you're very busy and don't know when you might get to transfering memorials to me, do you mind if I ask an administrator to help out here? Thanks for your understanding in this matter. Eric LEINDECKER
Hi Interesting. I ran across this while on Ancestry. George was my uncle. Several family members going back to the 1800's are in Cavalry Cemetery on Hazelwood Blvd, including Georges' Father and Mother.
|F Woratschek||Joseph Schmitt Grave|
Hi! I was wondering if you had any additional information on this person.. I believe he was married to Anna Funk(e) (and I noticed you share that last name!) . These are my husband's great grandparents. Thank you!
|John Jaros||RE: Pictures|
Bonnie, Your message mentioned that you go to Queen of Heaven Cemetery. I have entered photo requests for several family members who are at Queen of Heaven. All are in section 9, or in the original mausoleum. Just wanted to let you know in case that you are going to be in the area. thanks
|John Jaros||RE: Pictures|
|John Jaros||RE: Thank You|
Thanks Bonnie, Do you go to any of the other Pittsburgh area cemeteries? John and Mary are the only ones that I know of so far buried at Saint Wendelin's. Also, could you add the same photos that you put on John Jaros' site to his wife, Mary's. That way you get the credit for the photograph. Thanks.
|John Jaros||Thank You|
Thank you for taking the time to obtain and photograph the gravestone for my great uncle, John Jaros, at Saint Wendelin Cemetery. I noticed on your profile that he was the first volunteer photo you had taken so I would like to welcome you to the team of Find a Grave volunteers. I hope that you find this site satisfying. I have had much luck on expanding family info by using this site, much of that luck through the work of volunteers. I appreciate your help. I will be adding his wife, Mary Pisarcik Jaros to Find a grave today. Would you be so kind as to add your photo to her site also? Thanks in advance. JJ