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I found F-A-G in 2013 when my husband and myself began building our family tree.
While gathering information we noticed that so many of their memorials were incomplete and not linked.
I started this account to bring our family members together in a way that gives personal character and builds family history for those searching.
Our goal is to add, update, link and give personal attention to those whom we have loved lost and perhaps never knew but somehow they made it possible for our state of being.
Thank you all for putting so much of your time and effort into making our history come alive. It is like finding the life of our loved one's to honor instead of a grave.
We are ever so grateful to those of you who allow us to bring our family's together, which could not happen without your beginning memorials.
If you would like me to edit info (I am capable of making mistakes) or add a bio please use the edit button at the top of their memorial page, makes it easier. Feel free to add photo's or take what info you want to fulfill your needs, after all this is your family and F-A-G too.
I am not about number's and don't mind a transfer if your relationship to that person is closer than our's. I believe especially main family line should be kept together under one roof. Please specify your relationship and don't forget your member # when requesting.
Have A Great Life!!!
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|Jerry Haas||RE: Harrietta Yenser|
Good Morning, I took a better picture of Harrietta Yenser for you. She is not buried with her husband Levi and is in an area of single burials and babies. According to the lot ownership records there is no owner for this plot. Levi is buried in the GAR plots by the flagpole & cannons (see Cemetery website for pictures) This ground was purchased by the E.B. Young GAR post for the burial of Civil War Veterans (No Spouses). Here is a list of all burials close to Harrietta, I hope this helps.
Jerry Haas UWE Volunteer
WE0945.01 z Yenser Harrietta 31 Mar 1899 60y 3m 1d wife of Levi Yenser, Mother
WE0946.07 Knauss Emanuel B. 12 Dec 1838 11 May 1898 Co. 'D' 128 Reg P.V. & Co. 'B' 47th Reg Civil
WE0946.09 Grasley Jennie L. 14 Sep 1877 16 Aug 1898
WE0946.10 z Allender Eugene 3 Nov 1867 31 Aug 1898 ? 41y 9m 26d
WE0927.03 Schuneman Emma B. 13 Aug 1883 4y dau of William & Sarah Schuneman
WE0927.06A Reed William 12 Jan 1903 64y 8m
WE0927.06B Reed Ida E. 3 May 1870 20 Dec 1922
|Jerry Haas||RE: Harrietta Yenser|
I have been shooting a lot of pictures in this cemetery, but I don't remember being in the section where Harrietta is buried. Maybe I am forgetful or her location is incorrect. Here is all the cemetery info on the Yensers in UWE. Levi is buried in the GAR plots by the Flagpole and Cannons. Harrietta has her age listed so you can subtract to get her birth date.
WE0945.01 x Yenser Harrietta 31 Mar 1899 60y 3m 1d wife of Levi Yenser, Mother
WE0228.02 x Yenser Levi 18 Aug 1829 20 Jul 1894 GAR Plot, Private Co. 'I' 167th Regt Drafted Milita
UWE Volunteer - Jerry Haas
I have transferred this memorial to you so you can add whatever family information you wish. I, like you only hold these memorials in safe keeping for their family. Thank you for also doing this for the right reason. Hope to get a better photo someday.
Added by SMPowell on Apr 18, 2016 6:57 PM
|Gentracr||Irene Scorey Esser|
I'm interested in your listing of Irene Esser as the wife of Clarence C Jenkins (1899-1939). I list his wife as Lillian Mary Stillwell (1902-1990). She can be found as his wife on the 1930 census and on his death certificate. Where does Irene come in? Was she a first wife?
Added by Gentracr on Jan 09, 2016 12:36 PM
|Susan Diulus||Sophia Esser|
My mother would be the 1/2 sister of Sophia and Lulu Esser. Her name was Marion H.( Everett) Capitanio thanks for posting the attached record
Oaklawn and St. Mary's butt up against one another. Your best bet for Oaklawn is to call there is no on site person. If you go to www.olcwb.org there is a map that you can down load.
St. Mary's right next door go in and bear to the right follow the road to the office/chapel they are very helpful if they are not getting ready for a service
Added by Debbie on Jul 07, 2015 6:22 AM
|Steve225||Transfer of Augusta Esser|
Thanks for your kind remarks. I'm glad I was able to help. I've transferred Augusta Esser to you. Please let me know if there are any others you want. You might want to get a subscription to newspapers.com, since there is a lot of mention of the Esser family in the Wilkes-Barre papers.
Added by Steve225 on Apr 18, 2015 8:47 PM
I got your message about John and Agnes Esser. I found a lot of information which I posted to their memorials. Apparently John was married twice, his first wife being Anthony's mother. His father was Anthony Esser and his mother was Anna Maria Joachim.
Added by Steve225 on Apr 17, 2015 10:04 PM
|Nan||RE: Mary and Forgeson Eveland (# 120883878 & 118370291)|
I'm happy the Eveland's have found a good home.
Added by Nan on Apr 14, 2015 1:04 PM
|Nan||Mary and Forgeson Eveland (# 120883878 & 118370291)|
I've transferred the Evelands to you so you can add a bio to their memorials if you like.
Added by Nan on Apr 09, 2015 7:58 AM
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