|Bonnie's Daughter||Jesper Gisbert Walraven|
Received your Edit Correction to remove Christiana Kerstin Petersson as wife of Jesper Gisbert Walraven.
I looked at your relationship links and you have the son linked to her as a spouse.
Please remove her son 168893215 from Christiana's memorial. The correct spouse, 168905637, is already linked to her by me.
Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Jan 15, 2017 3:08 PM
|Tanya Jacobberger||RE: 34281778 & 34281770 Bilslend Burials|
Thank you. Appreciate the reply. Another family mystery. How they ended up buried in Pennsylvania. Something more to ponder. May never know. Thanks for all you do. Tanya
Added by Tanya Jacobberger on Dec 06, 2016 10:48 PM
|Bill Bloom||RE: Sanford Omensetter|
That is how you turn on/off the Italics text in HTML. If something is enclosed between the "less than" and "greater than" characters, the html language that "builds" the web page see them as a text format "tags". "i" can be used for italics, b for bold. The slash "/" in the second tag indicates turn it off - end of text to italic or bold. Not all of Find A Grave fields will execute the commands, but the BIO and photo captions do.
Added by Bill Bloom on Nov 11, 2016 6:17 PM
|Judith Frye Gore Wilson||Use my name as reference|
Absolutely, you can use my name for your bio references. Not a problem. Thank you for asking. Judi Wilson
Added by Judith Frye Gore Wilson on Oct 07, 2016 6:14 AM
Looked up that member. Person is new to Find A Grave, correct? If so maybe just needs direction. And does name stand for "genealogy"? I don't know.
I saw your message about Old Swedes. I've photographed all stones here---readable or not. I've received messages as well. Grrrrrrr. My feeling is this is a very old historic cemetery and stones are fragile (at best). Better to have something than nothing at all is my view. Hopefully someday someone can match up correctly with the records they have there. That would be a major project, but worthwhile. Ignore the nasty!!! Like I said, better to have a crumbling stone than no stone at all.
Another steamy hot day :( Looking forward to cooler weather so I can get back out to cemeteries.
Added by Kimberly on Aug 15, 2016 6:28 AM
|mercie ||Helen Manno|
I have spent years looking for my deceased mother's gravesite. Thanks so much for the posting.
Added by mercie on Jul 26, 2015 2:25 PM
|C. Krueger||Edmund Lord No. 9401032|
No rush on the copy of the Pitt gravestone to help me find Edmund's. I wondered what would happen to the church cemetery now that the church is closed. Nice to know that the cemetery is protected and the graves cannot be moved. Your information is perfect for me to find his grave the next time I am in Pennsylvania. Most grateful = Carolyn
Added by C. Krueger on May 04, 2015 6:44 PM
|C. Krueger||Edmund Lord No. 9401032|
Thank you so much Joz for your reply on the same day! Your description on how to find his grave is just what I needed. I am confident I can now find him my next trip to PA. I usually go in the spring also when a family wedding or occasion. A 9 1/2 hour drive for me. It might be that the stone has weathered so much that I cannot read what is there now so I am grateful for your photograph. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org for you to send a copy of the Pitt gravestone. I thank you for your kind offer to meet us if we need help. I am in awe of your dedication to Find A Grave. You help so many of us. I am most grateful - Carolyn
Added by C. Krueger on Apr 27, 2015 8:40 PM
|C. Krueger||Edmund Lord No. 9401032|
Hi Roz - I was in the cemetery yesterday looking for Edmund's gravestone and was not able to find the location of it. I wanted to read and take notes of all that was written on the stone. Was your photograph taken recently? Did you by any chance record all that could be read on the stone? I am back in Michigan and will not be making another trip for a year. Any help you can give me will be appreciated. Because of his grave number I thought it might be closer to the church. Do you know of any index that might show the location in the graveyard.
Most Sincerely - Carolyn Krueger
Added by C. Krueger on Apr 26, 2015 9:35 AM
My name is Linda Morrison member # 46603189.
I'm requesting transfer of my cousin Alice Higgenbothom Peoples(10666377) and my uncle Robert Neil Sinex(7551553). As I'm blood relative to both.
Also would love to make contact to see what other info you have that can help my daughter and I fill in more family tree info. As my mom's grandmother was Alice law Sinex.
Thanks Linda Morrison
Added by Linda Morrison on Jul 13, 2013 1:36 AM
|Diane Fields Funk||Old Union M.E. Church|
Wondered if you were back Would like to check to see if the grave marked LEAVER has Mary & Alfred Henry(Harry) Leaver intered there. We are having a reunion on 6-22.It would be nice to let my cousins know that is where our greatgrandparents are. If you could contact someone I would truly be happy. Diane
Added by Diane Fields Funk on Jun 07, 2013 11:37 AM
Hi. Helen was my Paternal Great- Aunt.My Dad's Mother's Sister. She died in 1968. Sad to see her Death date was not filled in on the marker. Thanks for adding Helen and Leroy to the Site. TIM
Added by Tim Troxell on Mar 31, 2013 7:18 PM
|Tim Troxell||Helen V. Weidner|
Hi. Helen Died in 1968.
She was Born in Pottsville, Schukyll,county,Pa.
Helen was a Daughter of John Gustave Fox and Clara E. (Bausum)Fox. Take care, TIM
Added by Tim Troxell on Nov 30, 2012 5:27 PM
|Brad Stanton||Elam UMC Cemetery|
My name is Brad Stanton and currently managed the cemetery at Elam UM Church, Glen Mills, PA.
It was noted that you added info in the grave of George Adamson. Great ... but if you have more info on George we will be pleased to add it to his 'private' records.
In fact if you have other folks in our cemetery, we are interested in that info. Obituaries, photos, History and if he or she is a veteran.
Added by Brad Stanton on Nov 28, 2012 3:56 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 8422175
Pierson W. Stant
Is it possible to get a larger photo, so I can read his wife's name and see the dates.
Added by Lynn on Apr 03, 2012 7:49 PM
|Ruth Houser||picture of headstone|
Joz, Question as to why picture of my mother's headstone looks like a transparent blob? Her name was Marie Cordle and was buried in Lawncroft Cemetaryin Linwood Pa.....born 5/3/1927 and passed away 8/18/1969. Has it been damaged? Since I have remarried and moved away, it is possible Lawncroft has tried to reach me and could not, Thank you for any help you may able to provide. Ruth Houser
Added by Ruth Houser on Jan 09, 2012 2:29 PM
|Debbie||Lourene R Fenton|
Hello, thank for Loureen Fenton. I have to say, you sure do get around. I know you do a lot of memorials in Delaware County. I was surpised to see these family headstone photos were also done by you. Great job!
Added by Debbie on Jun 15, 2011 10:45 AM
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||William M Dittmer|
I have found a stone that you photographed:
William M Dittmer 1876-1912 Lawncroft Cemetery, Linwood, Delaware County, Pa.
However, the person I spoke to at the cemetery has no listing for this person, nor any similar spelling. Also, she and another person in the office do not recognize the stone. (It is rather large - pink, and would be hard to miss)
Is it possible that this stone is from another cemetery? If so, which one?
Note: I am seeking information as to where his parents might be buried: Henry and Caroline Dittmer/Dettmar, and hope they may be in the same cemetery.
Lynn K. Blenderman
Added by Lynn and Walter Blenderma... on Jun 02, 2011 9:45 AM
|Melissa||Old Saint Martins Church|
I saw your name under the church picture and since I have talked to you before I thought maybe you could help me. have you ever been inside of the church? I have read online that maybe a ancestor of mine is buried under the church. it says that is grave marker is on the floor. his name was Rev. George Craig. he died on June 11 1784. I am still try to figure out if he indeed in related to me but was just wondering about the church and if indeed he is buried under it. if you do not know that is fine. I just thought I would take a shot at asking.
Added by Melissa on Sep 05, 2009 9:14 AM
|Melissa||Hannah Boyd Peters|
I was wanting to let you know that Hannah died Dec 24 1937 and her last name that she is buried under is Peters. her first husband was Bell and then she remarried after her husband died.I requested a picture of the grave marker and got a message that there is not a marker for her. but just thought I would let you know.
Added by Melissa on Sep 01, 2009 2:48 PM
|Darla Mays (Rodeogirl73)||John Sinex (1730-1782)|
Hello, was wondering if you're related to John Sinex??
Added by Darla Mays (Rodeogirl73) on Jul 31, 2009 6:58 PM