Jane Feldmann Cook

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4 years · 6 months · 26 days
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48693994

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I started genealogy about the mid 1990's which led me to Ireland and Wisconsin. Doesn't the 12-steps for genealogists say "I won't spend vacations at cemeteries?" But I spent years of Sunday's at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery in Baltimore City, Maryland transcribing all or most of the cemetery. My thanks to those who have transferred a lot of my database from US Genweb/Rootsweb to Find a Grave. Now that I have "found" Find a Grave too I am trying to enter all of my data that isn't in yet. Corrections and additions are welcome and questions about anyone I haven't entered yet in Holy Redeemer are welcome. I will gladly transfer memorials. I am directly related to all Feldmann, Fleischmann, Stracke and Deuerlings so notes from cousins are appreciated. Hi George, Bob and Rich! Those cousins found me through this work and opened up previously dead ends. No pun intended. I wish that kind of luck for all of you.
Happy digging.
A note to visitors to Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery - if you are searching in sections M-1, M-2, G-1 and G-2 the signs at the cemetery were opposite from the map once given to visitors. You may need to search both M sections or both G sections. AND SOME MAPS HAVE THE SECTION BETWEEN K and St Theodore MARKED AS SECTION J. Some maps label that section as L.
And a safety note for visitors to Redeemer. Many sections have some bad sink holes. Watch your step!!!!!!!!!!
I will no longer delete memorials that become duplicates only because the original contributor posted them as unknown burials and years later enter a location. Memorials should not be posted just because a date of death is known. This absolutely does not refer to military missing-in-action where a cenotaph is posted. This is only for those abusing the system.

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