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|Diana Madden (#47312389)|
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Thank you for the transfers of the Socket Family. At the moment, I do not know of anyone else buried in Tiferet Bet Israel Cemetery. If I come across information for some one who is buried there, I will Contact you. Thank you again.
Added by DK on Apr 14, 2016 6:58 PM
|mary jo ritter||Catherine and William Clark|
i am requesting permission for use of catharine savidge clark photo of her stone and her family member you have taken for use in my personal geneology tree
|LAB||RE: Sava Lapcevic|
Dianna, The grave is in Section A, Lot 230. This is on the left hand side as you come in the cemetery, toward the back. It is an interesting cemetery, and the owners(Pam Seigman)do a great job keeping it up. Here is a link for their website. 7 Lapcevics listed. Sava's last name is misspelled in their records as Lapecevic. I have found a fair number of errors and names omitted in their records(Excel link on website), but it it a great help just the same. http://gconline.tripod.com By the way, a new Murrysville/Export edition of the "Images of America" book series came out recently, and it has a couple of Grandview Cem photos in it as well lots of historical photos from Export that would be familiar if you know the surnames in this cemetery. Do you want me to transfer this profile to you? Lynn
Added by LAB on Oct 27, 2011 2:36 PM
thank you, Diana, for adding Fr. Lanigan. I know that his son Neale (my cousin) will be pleased to learn that he has been added to this site. If I may, and I do apologize..the word 'rector' has been incorrectly spelled as 'regtor'. I would be grateful if you could correct this.
Added by Tre-sr on May 21, 2011 3:43 PM
|Barb in Minnesota||Hipple Pictures - A Question|
Diana...In the picture you posted for the Hipples in St John's Episcopal Churchyard, the first tombstone in the row has a flag and looks like it could have a marker. (See Memorial #43867307,308,309,311) Conrad Hipple (Find A Grave 20833836) served in the Rev. War. The second stone also has a flag. I know the tombstone's no longer have inscriptions and I'm assuming your photo is of the 'family plot' in section 2. Could this first tombstone possible be for Conrad? He was the husband of Elizabeth Schrack Hipple and father of John, William, Mary Elizabeth and Elizabeth. From the information I have, the family is buried in Section 2, Row 6, plots 1 - 6, Conrad(1), Elizabeth-wife2), Elizabeth(3), William(4), Mary Elizabeth(5) and John(6). There are 5 stones in your picture, but it looks like there could be one missing.
If you agree, could you add the photo to Conrad's memorial #20833836 and Mary Elizabeth's #43867310? If you want, I can do another photo request.
Thanks again for all your hard work!
|Barb in Minnesota||Hipple Pictures|
Thank you Diane for adding the photo of the tombstones to the Hipple memorials in St John's Episcopal Churchyard. It is much appreciated.
|Robert Lee||Moyer family members|
Thank you for taking the time to take the photos for John, William and Elizabeth Madden. Have a great week!
Thank you for adding Emma's headstone pic it looks great !!
I appreciate your kindness.
Have a great night !!
Take Care, Tina
Added by T on Dec 10, 2010 5:26 PM
I added Emma to the site let me know when your on and I'll request the photo.
Added by T on Dec 09, 2010 7:05 PM
Thank you so much for Emma's info that's great !!
I'm so glad you found her and let me know. Charles photo looks great thank you for taking it.
I'll add Emma to the site and request the photo now.
I really appreciate your help.
Thank you, Tina
Added by T on Dec 09, 2010 6:59 PM
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