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Kathy Lehman (#47379082)
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Theresa Mascenic
Barbara (Geary) Saiger's Daughter Bernice
Hi! Just encountered an old March 2011 post you sent to JK Geary, mentioning the Geary family in Chicago. I found it doing a general search for Barbara (Geary) Saiger, who was married to Peter Saiger(#154164774), brother to my Great Grandfather, John Saiger(#152661896).

My Dad, Clarence Swiontek Jr. (#152564512) passed away last year. He had family genealogy on paper; now, I'm entering it in the computer, for sharing. I wanted to let you know that I just created a Find-A-Grave Memorial for Peter & Barbara Saiger's daughter, Bernice Diezel (#154198035). She's buried at All Saints Cemetery, in Des Plaines, IL, along with her husband Harry C. Diezel. Peter & Barbara Saiger are buried there, too.

I'd like to create a Memorial for Barbara; but, I don't have her birth & death dates. By any chance, do you?

Are you related to Barbara C.(Saiger) Lehman, from St. Viator's Parish, who's children are Marian, Barbara, Timothy, Roxanne, Jeffery, Tracy, Jacob, and Steven? These would be my Grandmother, Marie (Saiger) Swiontek's cousins!
Added by Theresa Mascenic on Oct 24, 2015 6:27 PM
Freda Saiger
RE: Hello
Kathy, you are so welcome. We have to help each other out in our pursuit of family information, but isn't it interesting? I was fortunate to come into ownership of these photos. Have a good day, Freda
Added by Freda Saiger on Aug 02, 2014 9:13 AM
Brian Zalewski
Re: Bannach
Yes, please. Thanks in advance.
Added by Brian Zalewski on Aug 01, 2014 9:12 PM
Brian Zalewski
Kathy, thanks for the photo of Felix Bannach. Would it be possible to transfer the entry for his wife's memorial, Mary Bannach #63689140? Thanks.
Added by Brian Zalewski on May 03, 2014 9:47 PM
Thank you Kathy for your photos. Your time & talent is much appreciated.
Added by dkgold on Jul 02, 2013 10:06 PM
Janet Milburn
Thanks for the photo request!

Kathy, thank you for the photos! I am so
glad you found her. And you have reminded
me that her memorial was a work in progress,
made almost a year ago, so I have to get
in there and 'beautify' it as it is a mess!
Did you read the note I wrote to myself in
her bio page, here it is, written last year:

"Have as yet to find them on a census, maybe
they changed their name or were in the witness
protection program. Keep looking".
Thanks again!
Added by Janet Milburn on Jul 28, 2012 1:49 PM
Richard McLean
Keyes Family

Can you link the Keyes family together.

Steve Vernon Keyes is the father, 94202954

Helen (Michalek) Keyes is the mother, 94203059

Thomas G Keyes is their son, 94203194

Also please link Marjorie Marie Keyes Jasinski, 37616734 to Vincent J Jasinski, 94203303 as his Wife. Date of marriage is May 28, 1947.

Thank you so much for the photos.

Richard McLean
Added by Richard McLean on Jul 27, 2012 9:16 AM
Richard McLean
Large Pictures

Do you have Microsoft Office, if so, open the picture in Microsoft Office, you will be able to save the picture at a reduced size.

If you can not try sending single pictures to my email, or and I will reduce the size and I will send them back to you for upload.

Richard McLean
Added by Richard McLean on Jul 26, 2012 12:56 PM
Sachsel family
Hello from Austria !
Thank you for your message. I dont know if there are relatives in America - I am not related with the Sachsel family. I am sorry.
Best regards !
Added by Charlotte on Nov 08, 2011 2:28 AM
William Kazupski
RE: Sig & Rose Bor
Sometimes the wetness enhances the inscription on gravemarkers...Makes then easier to read.
So rainy days can be a plus...

You're most welcome...

Bill Kazupski
Added by William Kazupski on Apr 19, 2011 9:28 PM
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