|A. Chronicler (#47477136)|
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Thanks for visiting. I am starting some family pages so that we can keep them alive in our memories.
Thank you to all of the great people who have fulfilled my photo requests or helped me out with time, info, or photos. I live FAR from most of you and I wouldn't be very far in my quest to document family members without your help.
Thanks to the person who posted my loved ones. You really inspired me to return that favor whenever I can.
I try very hard to keep reflections of my feet, and shadows out of the photos I take, however, sometimes it is unavoidable. Sorry if a sunny day and black stone conspired to make bad photos, I really do try!
Many of the old photos or information I post are from the Minster Historical Society or other old books or boxes.
If you have photos to share, I am always interested in seeing them. My philosophy is that "when you know a person's face, you know at least a little bit of their story."
If you are going to use any of my photos on Ancestry.com or the like, please give me an appropriate citation. Findagrave suggests that it be in this format: Bio Author. "John Doe". Find A Grave. 6-1-2008. Many of my copywrited photos, descriptions, as well as my assembled history of the Bergman family have been posted to a public ancestry tree without my permission. This was very disrespectful. I spend hundreds of hours trying to help this site out, please don't act in a manner which discourages this.
Finally, if there is one thing that every visitor to findagrave should take away its this-- even if it cost more, buy the GRANITE stone!
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Rather than posting the obits from like Minster Post in the flowers, how about sending them to me and I will post on the memorial with credit to you. Thanks
|Theresa Kempker||Theodore Kempker|
Thanks for posting the article about Grandpa Kempker. The realtives in Germany found it and enjoyed it.
|Missi ||Joseph Brandewie|
Thank you for the pictures you took of Joseph Brandewie's tombstone. I hope you don't mind that I added them to my memorial page Memorial #143732992. I'm doing what I can for the Brandewie family genealogy. Since there is a double entry for Joseph, is it possible for you to delete your memorial so there is no crossover confusion? I would eliminate mine, but I'm not sure how and I like to keep it active so family members can contact me. Yours is Memorial# 100902623
Thanks, Missi Brandewie
Added by Missi on Nov 03, 2016 5:48 PM
|Ron Mosgrove||Heinrich Arend Bergmann|
I found a record of Henry Bergman, his wife Elizabeth and four of his children arriving in Baltimore Sept 1837. They departed from Bremen on the ship "Ernst and Gustav".
Henry age 59
Elizabeth age 57
Steffan Henry age 25
Agnes age 23
Catharine age 16
Caroline age 12
I appreciate all the info you have provided. I thought you might be interested.
|Linda Dukes||RE: Tremonti|
I am not related, just a local historian, sorry.
|Richard Boyer||RE: Annamarie Pallatto Photo|
Don't know if you saw the caption I put at the bottom of the picture. She is now in a temporary niche in the old mausoleum. The new mausoleum is scheduled for construction in the near future and the family has purchased a niche in it for her future resting place.
|Brian Morgan||hillen from down|
Hi my family are Hillen from Down Moneysclap in the parish of Kilcoo any connection brianmorgan1996@com
|E T Ording||Elizabeth Ording Albers|
Have you seen Herman H Ording's will on Ancestry.com? Elizabeth's children are all listed in it by name. Check it out.
E T Ording
|Clayton and Kendra||RE: heinrich bergman former wife photo|
Shoot me an email and I will send you the photo for the grave.
|Clayton and Kendra||RE: heinrich bergman photo|
Certainly a pleasure. Also, he has a wife buried next to him. Are you interested in that photo as well. She does not have a memorial on here. Shoot me an email if you are. Thanks, Clayton
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