|Albert Ledoux (#46511171)|
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|B. Felix||RE: Brian Zimmerman 168742240|
I'll just leave one big thank you for all the messages. They are all taken care of.
Added by B. Felix on Jun 26, 2017 4:17 PM
|Jim Rymut||RE: Information for Wanda Larocque née Rymut|
Hello Father Albert,
Thank you for your reply. In regard to your inquiry about where John Rymut is buried I have the following information:
John Rymut's daughter Josephine Zysk told me that her father John is buried in or near Utica, NY where the family lived in 1955. Josephine didn't remember the name of the cemetery however, and I am not sure if this general information is useful to you.
I will continue to search for the specific cemetery name but thought I'd pass on what I discovered in case it is of any use to you.
|ZGA||RE: Kirklewski family - Sacred Heart Old Cemetery, New Bedford|
Thanks ! Yes, I know you can connect Eugen only to your parents. Please connect him even with his father Joseph Kirklewski [you connected only to his mother Ludwika].
I think Walter is buried somewhere in New Bedford or Acushnet area. Maybe someday to find a place of his burial and his wife Agnes Kirk born November 12, 1912, died April 09. 2005 Acushnet, Bristol, Mass.
And Victor - probably in Florida. I will wait, maybe his and his wife grave will find
[Antoinette maden name Spinelli was born January 2, 1920 Mount Vernon, NY, died March 29, 2011 Hollywood, Broward, Fl].
Former from the poor Galicia emigrated many Poles. From my Dad's family - 4 brothers and 1 sister of my grandmom, and 3 sisters and 1 daughter of my grandfather[step- sister of my Dad], not counting other close relatives. I have managed to find many relatives the dead and the living although I had very little information about them ...
My relatives settled in various areas of US - Massachusetts, Georgia, Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, Illinois, North Carolina, NH, RI, North Dakota. In Pennsylvania I have also my family in Philadelphia, Norristown, and one of Uncles Jozef Urbanek is buried at Our Lady of Czestochowa Cemetery Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
You are doing a wonderful and important job for us, relatives, who are not able to visit the graves of their relatives in distant places. Nobody will forget you it!
Added by ZGA on Jun 26, 2017 10:25 AM
|ZGA||Kirklewski family - Sacred Heart Old Cemetery, New Bedford|
Thank you very much for creating memorials, taking pictures and posting pictures of tombstones of Joseph Kirklewski [#159610050], Ludwina [#170826327] and Eugene [#159610042]. For a long time I was looking for their burial sites without effect!
But I have a request to you. Could you connect memorials of Joseph and Ludwina and their children? They were married February 10, 1907 in Brockton, Mass.
Ludwina [his proper name was Ludwika] was my grandfather's sister. She was born February 20, 1885 in Korczyna, Podkarpacie, Poland [then Austro-Hungarian Galicia]. She emigrated from Poland to the United States probably in 1905. She died in March 1976 in Acushnet, Bristol, Mass.
Joseph Kirklewski was an emigrant from Lithuania. He arrived to the US in June 1902. Although on the tombstone is the year of birth 1881, but probably it is wrong [according to Draft Registration WWI he was born 1879.09.11]. It is not very important, I do not know what date is correct.
They had 4 children [all were born in New Bedford, Massachusetts]:
- Eugene W. [Memorial #159610042] was born March 31,1908, died January 06,1930 New Bedford, Bristol, Mass.,
- Walter J. Kirk was born July 08,1910, died March 1979 Acushnet, Bristol, Mass.,
- Jennie Norris [Memorial #53580280] was born December 28,1911, died May 28, 2001 Fairhaven, Bristol, Mass. Buried Riverside Cemetery Fairhaven, Bristol, Mass.,
- Victor Charles Kirk was born July 07,1913, died August 30,2004 Miami, Fl.
The second Ludwika's husband was Joseph Malkowski from Worcester, Mass. [probably Memorial #64945899], he was born June 22,1883 Poland, died March 1968.
Heartfelt thanks! I greet you from distant Poland
Added by ZGA on Jun 25, 2017 3:00 PM
|ZGA||Sacred Heart New Cemetery - New Bedford|
Father Albert ! Thank you very much for taken and posting pictures of the gravestones of my relatives Gonet Alois and his wife Helena.
Added by ZGA on Jun 25, 2017 10:14 AM
|Jim Rymut||Information for Wanda Larocque née Rymut|
Wanda Larocque's father was Jan Rymut. Jan Rymut had two brothers, Jozef and Franciszek.Franciszek was my grandfather. You may contact me at my email: firstname.lastname@example.org or my cell: 410.253.4603
|Dan Lenz||Peter Celestine Lenz|
Father Ledoux, i missed meeting you at Msgr's funeral service. It was a beautiful ceremony and cousin Laura was spectacular playing the organ. Do you by chance have a gravemarker photo to the above and be able to place it on the memorial page? Peter and his wife are located at St. Mike's in Loretto with a lot more of the Lenz brethren.
Added by Dan Lenz on Jun 24, 2017 6:03 PM
I think I recognize the name and know who this is, but first off thank you so much for the work you do with find-a-grave the photos and info you have posted have been so helpful in figuring out my family tree.
I believe we are related on the messier side, you can get my email thru find-a-grave and I'd love to touch base, if your the Ledux I think you are.
If not, the info you posted for Marie messier was very helpful, I was having a had time figuring out who she was. Do you have any more info on her farther George or mother Louisa messier. I have done some digging, but haven't come up with much. Some times a date of death or burial is enough get the rest of the info.
Thanks again for all the help you have been.
Added by NB_Roots on Jun 22, 2017 7:30 AM
|Patrick Wolfe||RE: Margaret Koenig Wolfe|
Thanks for the fast response. I went to the St Bartholomew cemetary earlier this year and could not find any Wolfes though surely Joseph Sr and jr ( Margaret's husband) were buried there . Likely illegible or discarded stones. Zita a daughter and Tobias ( my great grandfather) a son ( of many). Thanks for the effort! Pat Wolfe.
|Michael Imler Dopson||RE: McConnell|
Been there and done that myself, so I understand the hair pulling.
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