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Lutetia (#46580078)
 member for 12 years, 11 months, 28 days
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nancy price
Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise
Thank you for sending corrections - I can use all the help I can get! Thanks again, Nancy

Added by nancy price on May 16, 2016 3:45 PM

Ellie Morin
Thank You
I would like to tell you that I so enjoy your bio's of the famous people. They are well written and I have learned more than I could ever imagine. Keep up the great work.

Ellie

Added by Ellie Morin on Mar 04, 2016 9:27 PM

Robert Kuhmann
Memorial# 107098096
See also, memorial 156487777 for: Archambaud VIII "le Grand" de Dampierre, de Bourbon (a brother of, Guillaume II de Dampierre - a 26th-Great-Grand-Father of my son - b.1998).
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While reviewing that, check-out the new "necropole" (cemetery) that I created today ... "L'abbaye Notre-Dame de Bellaigue". It dates from the 10th-century. I suspect that there are many ancient burials (entombments) which took place therein, of the: "de Dampierre" & the "de Bourbon" lineages. Link:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GRid=156487777&CRid=2599244&

P.S. I plan to call the Monastery, to speak with one of the monks (I hope they have a historian)... I speak fluent French. Thank you for your many wonderful contributions here.

Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 12 years, 10 months, 11 days.

Added by Robert Kuhmann on Dec 29, 2015 4:07 PM

Dieter Birkenmaier
Josph Polovsky
Thank you for your mail, I duly removed my entry. Sorry for the ´double´ - the system, despite all its virtues, does not facilitate to control doubling. Especially as the criteria for accepting persons as ´famous´ are opaque.
I have permitted myself to take over three pictures. I suggest to put them into order, starting with the portrait of Mr Polovsky. And may I suggest to add some elements to his biography, eg he was a convinced Chicagoan :-) .
I got on Mr Polovsky by chance reading about the 1945 Torgau events and learning that the first meeting between US and Soviet tropps was in fact at Strehlau. For such a world famous event an interesting precision. Would it not be adequate to describe that ?
I would have liked to do that later on "my" own entry but as told before I duly deleted it. Nevertheless, I could draft a text about the Torgau complex whcih you might wish to copy and paste ?
d

Added by Dieter Birkenmaier on Dec 20, 2015 2:43 AM

Angie Swann
Photo
Would it be possble to use photo on # 97176948 in my family tree?

Added by Angie Swann on Dec 02, 2015 11:38 PM

BobB
Familie von Wendt in Hannover
Hi Lutetia,

very interesting what you sent me via edit, thank you! I've now done some research on this too and am convinced that the birth date 1748 given for their daughter Charlotte Wilhelmine or Wilhelmine Charlotte by a researcher at this cemetery is wrong, and it's gone from the stone. I found a source where she and August Ulrich von Hardenberg married in 1743, in an old book about the Hardenbergs, so she was born maybe around 1718.

Thanks for your help!

Best regards, Bob

Added by BobB on Aug 10, 2015 1:48 AM

helen
RE: Charles Heymann
thank you for the transfer - and for doing the work in the first place!

one of Charles' nieces is still alive and knew where he had died; thanks to your work we were able to confirm it and to know where he lies. Much, much appreciated.

best wishes
Helen

Added by helen on Jul 26, 2015 3:17 PM

Hans E.
Friedhof Schloss Benkhausen
Hallo Lutetia,

danke für die Hilfe - wenn ich das nächste Mal zu dem Schloss komme, dann versuche ich bessere Fotos zu machen. :-)
Gruß
Hans

Added by Hans E. on May 31, 2015 5:05 AM

Bearded Graver
Wiesbaden Süd
I’ve been using the new process of loading photos and having others transcribe, maybe someday I’ll get caught up on the back log. Umlauts and things like that are not something English speaking people are familiar with so I am glad you sent the SAC’s with corrections. I had planned to go back and correct but you save me the trouble, THANKS. Now all I have to do is get the other 4,000K photos in Wiesbaden Süd loaded.

Added by Bearded Graver on May 30, 2015 5:54 AM

Sheila (Horn) Strickler
German Name
Thanks Lutetia for adding these names, it will really be a big help for others.

Added by Sheila (Horn) Strickler on May 15, 2015 5:26 AM

Sheila (Horn) Strickler
German Name
Thanks Lutetia for adding these names, it will really be a big help for others.

Added by Sheila (Horn) Strickler on May 15, 2015 5:26 AM

Tami
Minnie Goldman
Hi Lutetia-

Thank you so much for the catch on the unknown last name of Minnie L. Goldman! Thank you!!

All corrected!

Tami
Edmonds, Washington. USA

Added by Tami on May 12, 2015 1:57 PM

Thomas Haas
Wilhelm-Ostwald-Gedenkstätte
Could you add a grave photo to Wilhelm Ostwald #144 558 638.
Thank you.
Th. Haas

Added by Thomas Haas on Apr 04, 2015 4:23 AM

Carole Conrad
the georg schott group
thanks for writing me. I moved them to virtual til we get to Germany to research this summer.
we will be over in july for a month.
thks for all u do.
cc

Added by Carole Conrad on Mar 30, 2015 3:30 AM

Carole Conrad
georg schott
danke!
corrected.
cc

Added by Carole Conrad on Mar 02, 2015 11:04 AM

Robin Truitt
Leon V de Lusignan 1342-1393
Lutetia,
Thank you for your wonderful photography. You took excellent photos. I really appreciate your time and effort.
I do have a question. The plaque near his tomb says "V" and on the internet it has him as the "VI." Do you know why the difference?
Thank you,
Best regards,
Robin

Added by Robin Truitt on Feb 25, 2015 8:02 AM

BobB
Emmy Thomass
Thanks for the tip! I wasn't sure if her first name was Romy or Emmy, but I guess from that period it's pretty likely to be Emmy. Next time I'm there I'll take a better look.

Thanks again, take care, Bob

Added by BobB on Feb 18, 2015 2:51 AM

caitlin70433
Thanks!
Hi. Yeah. I am afraid that is one I had to guess on. My mother told me he was buried in Paris at Pere Lachaise but was unsure. He is definitely not in New Orleans nor is his wife. They are not in St. Louis #3 with his daughters http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSmid=47745348&GRid=87489086& or in Metairie with his son and son's descendants. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63464611

Also, his son, Jules died in Paris. His wife brought his body back and he was buried in St. Louis 3. Son Jules later had the big tomb in Metairie built and moved his father's body there, so there is a trend.

Added by caitlin70433 on Jan 15, 2015 9:56 AM

R. Dale Woosley
Thank you
Dear Lutetia, I want to thank you for the time and effort you have spent to post Memorials on the findagrave website. Having posted some Memorials, I know that it takes time not to just post the information on a deceased person, but it takes more time to gather the information. Thanks to you, I have found many ancestors who were not to be found any place else. Thank you and I hope you have a wonderful 2015. R. Dale Woosley, Mount Vernon, Illinois, USA

Added by R. Dale Woosley on Dec 28, 2014 11:42 PM

Charlotte
Adler, Prag
Herzlichen Dank und liebe Grüße aus Österreich !
Charlotte

Added by Charlotte on Dec 10, 2014 12:13 AM

RD Hall
...uber Konrad II
Hallo Lutetia,

I read today with great interest your history of Konrad II and noticed a slight typo near the end of your narrative (I think). In it you said, "The funeral procession passed through Cologne, Worms, Mainz and Worms." Did you mean to say Worms twice? Maybe they circled back to Worms and I am wrong?

Anyway, it was a fine job you did ... and even though I was born in nearby Landstuhl, Rheinland-Pfalz, I don't think I am related to Konrad - but I am happy to be at least half German.

Frohe Weihnachten.

Added by RD Hall on Dec 06, 2014 11:19 AM

Linda T.
Thanks
Thank you a bunch for the mini-German lesson. I wish I had it sooner. Believe it or not, there are a good number of German markers in mid-America.

Added by Linda T. on Dec 05, 2014 9:30 PM

Lewandowski
Johannes Lewandowski
Hallo Lutetia!

Vielen Dank nochmal für die Aufarbeitung.

Leider konnte ich noch keine Informationen darüber finden, dass mein Großvater vom Heimaturlaub nicht zum Dienst zurückkehren wollte. Gibt es hierüber Unterlagen? Wo haben Sie diese Information erhalten? Anfragen bei der WASt haben mir bisher nicht weitergeholfen.

Gibt es eine Institution bei der Stadtverwaltung Leipzig die mir weiterhelfen kann?

Viele Grüße

Andre Lewandowski
email: lewandowski76@web.de

Added by Lewandowski on Nov 11, 2014 10:13 AM

Naturstein
RE: gekipptes photo / Transkriptionen
> Irgendwann werd ich von so einem mal noch erschlagen
Hmm, ich glaube, da nimmst Du 'Find a Grave' etwas zu wörtlich .-)

Das Beta-System verwende ich auch nur für meine Aufnahmen, bei Gräbern mit mehreren Namen/Photos ist es eine spürbare Erleichterung. Die Daten erfasse ich 'normal', die Bilder werden dann 'transkribiert'.

Added by Naturstein on Nov 05, 2014 6:15 AM

Naturstein
RE: gekipptes photo / Transkriptionen
> Nachdem ich es bearbeitet hatte war es eigentlich richtig herum. Sehr seltsam. >
Erklärlich, diese alten Steine sind oft recht locker .-)

Wie ich gesehen habe, hast Du Grabsteine von Roxheim transkribiert. Dabei haben sich Übertragungsfehler eingeschlichen, die ich 'korrigiert' habe. Das ist natürlich kein Vorwurf, sondern deckt sich nur mit meiner Erfahrung: Auch ich habe mich an Roxheim 'versucht' und feststellen müssen, dass die Bildauflösung im Transkriptionsfenster (für schwer lesbare Grabsteine) zu schwach ist. Das ist mir leider erst aufgefallen, nachdem ich mühsam einen Stein übertragen hatte, um dann im gespeicherten Eintrag zu sehen, wie relativ klar die Vorlage war .-(
Ich habe das Transcribieren zunächst ad acta gelegt, denn als Alternative sehe ich nur, das Bild zunächst auf den eigenen Rechner zu speichern und dann dort zu betrachten.

Added by Naturstein on Oct 30, 2014 12:44 AM

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