Dear Delancey23, Could you please let me know who requested the Dzurick family photo's from Vine street Cemetery? George was my father and I am curious if another family relative is doing family history. Thank you, Dan Dzurick
|Donna Maso||RE: Thank you!|
Thank you, always for your assistance!
|Tim Gruber||Jefferson D. Kirschner|
Unless the ledger specifically lists all removals you're not likely to find his there. Most ledgers I've ever seen only list burials, usually as they happen.
The thing to check would be his burial card or the plot card from the Hazleton cemetery. Any changes would most likely be listed there rather than in a ledger.
I don't know who has the burial records for McKeansburg Cemetery. Usually small church cemeteries like that one don't have the best records especially before 1900. Many didn't start recording burial and plot information until the late 1800s and early 1900s and even then often recorded very little information.
|Tim Gruber||Jefferson D. Kirschner|
Jeff may have originally been buried in Hazleton, but I think it's rather certain his body is buried in McKeansburg. Not only are his parents buried there but so is his wife who remarried to Livingston Seltzer. I'd have to go to the cemetery to check but I won't be surprised if they are buried next to each other (with separate markers of course).
I suggest checking with the Vine Street Cemetery to see if his body was removed. If so then I suggest deleting your memorial for him. I've already added links and the information about his death and burial you posted to my memorial for him.
BTW a grave marker in one location for someone who is buried somewhere else is called a cenotaph.
|Joan Quigley Buday||RE: Ammon Graves Mountain View Cemetery Hazleton, PA|
A transfer would be very nice, if you don't mind. My great, great grandparents were John and Hannah Amon (Ammon). That family history has always fascinated me, and when I began genealogy, that was the first family that I began researching even though I had never met any of the living Ammons.
The photo of the marking in the Hazleton newspaper blew my mind because it tied ever so many hanging pieces together!!
Thank you for your kindness!
Joan (Quigley) Buday
|Joan Quigley Buday||Ammon Graves Mountain View Cemetery Hazleton, PA|
Thank you, Thank You for adding the photo to Thomas Ammon's site and for listing James Henry as well.
I have worked for years on this family. Thomas was known to me but very little info about him and James Henry came as a complete surprise.
Thank you, thank you for contributing to the development of the early Ammon family history in Luzerne County.
Joan Quigley Buday
|OutOfMyTree||Catherine May "Carrie" Hill Althouse (162222961)|
I processed your requests. Let me know if you would like management of these Memorials. I'd be happy to transfer them to you.
Catherine May "Carrie" Hill Althouse (162222961)
William F. Griswold (162224915)
If so please request via edit tab so I won't make a typo with your membership number!
Wanted to let you know that her duplicate was deleted. Glad the name was cleared up and it wasn't missed. I do happen upon ones like it from time to time not recorded at the base or sides of memorials. The name did throw me a little but happy she is not forgotten. Thanks for getting back to me. Have a good evening!
Added by J.G.B. on Mar 02, 2017 4:43 PM
|Donna Maso||NO RESPONSE|
Was contacted by - Judy Sheinbein, Volunteer Adoption Search Angel, San Diego, CA,
FindMyFamily.org via info. on findagrave. No response to date.
|Donna Maso||Thank you!|
Re: Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=176456668
THANK YOU! I have NO IDEA why it linked to Hazleton cemetery!
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