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Q M (#48024485)
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 • 66 Memorials Added
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Thelma Zafron
You are correct. She was married to Louis Zafron (son of Ezzy).

Leo and Lou were first cousins as their fathers' were brothers.

Added by medlibrarian on Apr 13, 2017 5:56 PM
RE: Ezzy Zafron photo?
I remember Thelma! I met her a few times. My dad was Leo Zafron.
Added by medlibrarian on May 30, 2016 1:07 PM
Ezzy Zafron photo?
Hi there,

I notice you included a photo of Ezzy Zafron that I happen to have in my own collection. He was my great uncle. Wondering if we're related?
Added by medlibrarian on May 30, 2016 11:53 AM
Dianne Holton
RE: Frances M. Medovich Birthdate
Thank you for this information. I will update her memorial page. If you would like to maintain her page, I will gladly transfer to you. Let me know.
Added by Dianne Holton on Mar 02, 2014 7:19 PM
Steve Chernoff
RE: Regina Nesselroth Sernoffsky
Regina Nesselroth Sernoffsky was my great-grandmother. Her second marriage was to Sigmund Schanzer in 1934. Her first marriage was to Ben Sernoffsky in 1897. He died in 1923.

My grandmother Anna Sernoffsky Gilden painted the tree on the wall of her apartment and put pictures of the family in appropriate places. She was the oldest child of Ben and Regina Sernoffsky and I suspect she didn't like that she had a step-father! She had no pictures of Sigmund Schanzer and rarely spoke of him when discussing genealogy with me back in the 60's-70's.
Added by Steve Chernoff on Nov 20, 2013 2:24 PM
RE: Thank You! - Rachel Compton Runyon Photo
It was my pleasure. Quite a hike up to that old burial ground, and it's in a bit of disrepair, but I tried to find as many markers as possible.

Given that it's shale and erected in the early 1800s, it's stood the test of time remarkably! I hope your family enjoys.
Added by gazelle on Nov 11, 2013 6:09 PM
Silas Cresson
You are amazing! Thank you for your diligence in finding this headstone--this is what findagrave is for: preservation of toppled and otherwise difficult to read stones, and those that will soon disappear, so that the people who lie beneath will not be forgotten. You're the best--thank you!
Added by CSW on Oct 14, 2013 4:30 PM
Perry Streeter
Thank You!
Thank you for the rapid responses to my recent photo requests for descendants of Ichabod & Sybil (-----) Tubbs!
Added by Perry Streeter on May 04, 2013 4:56 AM

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