|Thom P||RE: PETUCH SITES|
Yes, please do Matt and THANK YOU!!!
My email is email@example.com
Anything you have on PELUSO, PETUCH, would be helpful!!!
P.S. I'm also looking for my mom's side of the family which settled in the South HIlls of Pittsburgh (Castle SHannon, Mount Lebanon, Carrick, etc) Their names would be SCHNEIDER, BEIR, GRUPENSCHNICKEL, and ????? I have to look further.
Added by Thom P on Jul 27, 2017 5:05 PM
|Thom P||PETUCH SITES|
I am a close relative of
Maria Reda Petuch -
Would you please transfer the Find A Grave file to my control?
There are things I would like to add.
Added by Thom P on Jul 27, 2017 8:08 AM
|C. Bryan||RE: Brennan grave|
Well - - good! You're very welcome and I'm glad you are pleased.
Added by C. Bryan on Feb 06, 2016 2:07 PM
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Mary Elizabeth Cagle Martin (1828 - 1895)|
Thanks for making the edits to her memorial.
|Mary Arvidson||RE: LaRussa grave|
It's rather common for old Italian monuments especially in Chicago. If you wanted to add a page for Anna, Vincenzo's wife, I'd be happy to add the monument to her and her photo from the monument. There's a line on the bottom of the monument that I can't translate (my Italian is pretty sparse). It's "Lasposa come ricordo"
|Robert Thompson||Find A Grave Memorial# 31515398|
Added pictured death certificate
|David G. Briggs||RE: Schrieber graves|
You are most welcome! Happy I could be of assiatance.
|Amy Ramsey Hix||RE: Powers graves|
You are more than welcome it was no problem. I was informed today by another member that there is an old New Hope Baptist Cemetery on up the road from the church. I was unaware of this at the time this morning. I will try to go back sometime this week and see if I can locate the old cemetery. Maybe the people that you are looking for are in that cemetery.
|Richard Simmons||Rhoda Brown|
an earlier survey listed this as the inscription:
b 27 July 1827
d 4 March 1896.
Hope this helps
|Richard Simmons||RE: Rhoda Brown grave|
I will try next time I go to the cemetery, but I don't think I will be successful. The tombstone is almost impossible to read. I had to study it before I determined it was the correct one. It is one of those that the inscription was placed on the stone in shallow relief.
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