|Trevor Baxter||RE: Titanic grave site photos.|
No problem thank thank you.
|Trevor Baxter||Titanic grave site photos.|
I am a Titanic researcher and live in the UK i see on find a grave you have a memorial to 2nd class passenger Annie Clemmer Funk #13963612 i am looking for your permission to download the photos i am trying to locate as many Titanic grave sites and memorials that are still surviving today would it be possible if you live near the cemetery to get up to date photos and a location it would be much appreciated.
|Frank Barrese||More Children|
Please add children George Atlee Hoff 53987648, and John Emanuel Hoff Birth 25 Apr 1868 • Indiana, USA, Death, 5 Mar 1954 • Los Angeles County, California, USA
|David Smith||Anna Maria Boyer|
Tom I was referred to you as the source of the information I am seeking. Anna Maria was the wife of John Hoff who died in 1818, so that means we are related. I have been searching for Anna Maria's birth records, and can't find any. How do we know she was born in Philadelphia? I know the birth date is from the grave stone, but I even wonder about that. The reason: There is an Anna Maria born to Michael Boyer and Anna Maria in 1781 in Lebanon.
And that is the only one I have found after years of periodically searching.
|James Geyer||Are we related?|
I live in Connecticut and my father was Harry Lyman Raub Geyer, the son of Lillian Raub Geyer. dad died in 1973 and I was born in 1946. I was wondering how we are probably related. Mt guess would 2nd or 3rd cousins or something like that.
Tom, I hope you are great. I'm reading book Big Trouble by Lukas and there is a terrific picture of McParland in the picture section number 9. My very first thought was to get in touch with you and maybe it should be added to your Find A Grave memorial.
Have you read this book yet? So far very exciting read. Please let me know if you want me to snap picture on eye phone and send to your eye phone.
Bye for now,
Your list of breweries in which Max Hassel had interests includes Health Beverage and Fisher. I am researching a relative who worked for the Reading Brewery in the twenties (as a brewer)and wondered if that is the Reading Brewery you mention, or how you were able to document his interests inthese breweries.I ask only to direct my further research. Thanks..R.Wohlstadter
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|Alan G. King||John Hamilton Grave - Oswego, Il|
How did you know where to fond the unmarked grave of John Hamilton?
|Mike Schmuckle||John George Hoff|
I see that you are the Grt grt grt grt grandson of John George Hoff. I am also related to him. By my calculations, I am the grt grt grt grt grt grandson of John George Hoff. I am trying to piece together my tree. I have a lot of work to do but I have found your input on the memorial pages to be very helpful. Can you please send me an email or message letting me know what sources I can contact in helping me with this? I have a large part of the Schmuckle family I am still trying to piece together. I have a lot of names, but I am having trouble piecing them together.
|Kline Lynch||"Margie" Baumgardner (# 124404646)|
Tom, thank you for the work on these memorials!!
On this memorial biography you have Elliot Lane mentioned as a son of Margie. He lived in Margie' home after her husband Wilson's death, but he is actually Wilson's cousin, not a son. Elliot's mother was Martha (Jenkins) Lane (1820 - 1892) and can be seen at Find A Grave Memorial# 32861408.
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