|Rev. Cody Skoff (#46831416)|
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If you can call Holy Cross Cemetery @ (310)836-5500 for the grave location I will get the photo for you! Do not email because they will not reply. I would call for you but since I am probably the only regular active volunteer there I have made many many calls to them for locations and they are very annoyed with me. Please send it to my member page as I go 2 times a week. James
|Larry Luna||Marie Nye|
If you can call Calvary Cemetery (323)261-3106 for the grave location I will get the photo for you! Do not email because they will not reply. I would call for you but Since I am probably the only regular active volunteer there I have made many many calls to them for locations and they are very annoyed with me.
I was out in Glastonbury today and took a picture of a few stones that were interesting. It wasn't until I got home and fumbled with a Ukrainian keyboard on my iPhone that I discovered I had Alexander's stone...I think.
Please let me know if I translated correctly, if I didn't, I apologize.
|Sharon Morris||RE: Harlin Pavey (#154345685)|
Thank you so much for catching the date of Harrington Pavey. The one I had him connected to made his father not living when he was born. I have deleted this one I entered and have found the correct one and his mother. Check it out. # 27286922 Harrington #27286946 Clara Pavey. Is this some of your family?
|JP Rayder||RE: Queens, NY headstone|
It was my pleasure,Happy New Year...JP
|David Harvey||RE: Loraine Harvey|
This makes me curious. I really don't think it's possible, but I'm gonna do my research and try to figure it out. Thanks
|Sharon Lindbloom||Gerhard Folkerts|
Find A Grave # 172311461
Gerhard folkerts is my 2nd great grandfather.
This is what I have in my genealogy file, if it can be of help to you in your research.
SOURCE: Marie Gerdes......Gerhard Folkerts came to America. The family mistakenly went to Springfield, MO but wanted to be in Springfield, IL and returned and settled in Springfield, IL. Later the family returned home to Germany. Year was maybe aprox 1860's when the Folkerts family came to Springfield, IL and Gerhard worked as a blacksmith. Children went to school in Springfield. Then Civil war came and he was upset and moved the family back to Leerhafe. Gerhard worked as a blacksmith on return to Leerhafe
Note: Last child born in 1878 supposedly in Germany....so maybe they never came over until after his birth.
SOURCE: The Hayen Family History by Wilma Hayen Stephenson..."I was told that Gerhard Folkerts got a passport in 1861 and he was 22 year old when he got it. I do not know what year Gerhard and Almuth came to the United States with their family. They settled in Emerson, Illinois which is near Sterling as Carl remembered going to school there and being around seven years old. Gerhard started a blacksmith shop there. After some years there Gerhard and Almuth decided to go back to Germany with their family. Years later as the family grew older, they came back one by one through sponsors with the exception of Johann Heinrich who stayed until his father had passed away. Then he and his family with the exception of his daughter Hannah settled in Canada. They came over on the ship name Karlaruhe from Bremen and landed at Halifax, Nova Scotia.
If you have contacts over in Germany and can find where they are buried, I'd appreciate any further information.
Regards, Sharon Brodersen Lindbloom
|Nathan Combs||Your pic|
Please change your profile pic. Its creepy.
|Johnny Ray Pannell||I have taken photos of his Grave|
I have photos of his grave which the marker has been destroyed and lost years ago. I did take a good photo of his brother John Love and his second wife Harriet Williams Love. If you are interested I will send you photos. It is in the middle of nowhere but I still try to keep their graves clean and from falling over once a year or so. Col. Jamie Love is my 4th Great Grandfather. My grandmother was Katie Lee Love Pannell. Also, I made copies of information in the Book First Family of History County that is a bit more detailed. Col Jamie's father was a Rev War Soldier who died in Kentucky in 1831. I have a lot of information on the Love family. - Johnny R. Pannell.
|Romper90069||Daniel Michael Brown|
Rev. Skoff, You have a duplicate memorial #104348928 for this person. I posted the photos to the one you did request on. It should be deleted. James
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