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Charlotte (#46617978)
 member for 12 years, 4 months, 11 days
RE: Thank you so much...
You're welcome! :)

Added by L N M W H on Jul 28, 2016 9:16 PM

Johnny Faselt
RE: Thank you !
You are more that welcome Charlotte. All the best.


Added by Johnny Faselt on Jul 12, 2016 4:33 PM

the cross
My Dear Charlotte,
I am sorry,I did not mean to offend in any way.Someone explained to me about the cross, I did not know. Thank you for calling this to my attention.


Added by Mandy on Jun 23, 2016 3:15 PM

Esther Kinder
RE: Thank you,
It was an honor Charlotte. Have a great day.

Added by Esther Kinder on Jun 10, 2016 2:51 PM

Florida Boy 64
Aunt Mary
When you can please leave a flower for my great aunt Mary 162129409 and please tell your friends about her thank you

Added by Florida Boy 64 on May 11, 2016 1:38 PM

Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts
Jesse Edwin McCoy 1909-1972
The above already has a memorial #109915206 at Birdtown Cemetery. You might want to check it out and then have Find a Grave merge the memorials.

He was my 2nd cousin 1 time removed.


Added by Robie Merritt Loriaux-Rob... on May 04, 2016 11:15 AM

EmilyAnn Frances May
Just stopping by...
to say "HI!" and wish you a good day. I hope you are well, dear Charlotte.

Added by EmilyAnn Frances May on Apr 29, 2016 9:54 PM

Martin Douglas Packer
I am looking for the correct cemetery in GMUNDEN for Margherita Stonborough, nee Wittgenstein and her (former) husband: Jerome Stonborough please?

Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Feb 21, 2016 1:55 PM

Richard Jordan
I should have read your bio before I sent my last reply. Diane, Mady's daughter, has an extensive genealogy of her the Madaras Family. Perhaps you two should share information. Diane is deaf and lives in Morganton, NC where she taught at the NC School for the Deaf (NCSD). Will pass along your site with your permission.


p.s. I have been a veterinarian for the past 15 years. Have any recipes to share?

Added by Richard Jordan on Feb 10, 2016 5:04 PM

Richard Jordan
RE: Thank you...
Glad to help. My cousin's mother-in-law (Mathilda "Mady" Madaras Castro 1910-2005)was born in Vienna and regaled us her adventures such as swimming in the Danube. Her father was killed in the WWI then they fled to Canada. I never asked but I assume he was in the Germany Army.

Would love to visit.


Added by Richard Jordan on Feb 10, 2016 4:57 PM

Gary Beuschel
RE: L. Cantor Pohl
When and where did her husband Lwi die? Where is he buried?

Added by Gary Beuschel on Feb 06, 2016 9:34 PM

Gary Beuschel
RE: L. Cantor Pohl
Hi Charlotte,
You are very welcome. If you are interested in the Pohl family, or any Jewish family from Austria, Hungary, Czech, you might join There's a lot there, and you can help build.

Added by Gary Beuschel on Feb 06, 2016 6:00 PM

Gavin Rose
und im Judischen

Added by Gavin Rose on Dec 29, 2015 4:43 PM

Gavin Rose
Ich habe auch Lederer in mir

Added by Gavin Rose on Dec 29, 2015 4:38 PM

Gavin Rose
Hi do you speak English?

hi sprichst du Englisch

Ich bin ein amerikanischer Nachfahren Salomos oder Salomon Lurie sah ich Sie auf dem Laufenden einige Rekord von ihm, ich wurde gerne wissen, wie Sie sie bitte, es ware sehr hilfreich, um zu ubersetzen, was sie sagt Dank

-Gavin R

Added by Gavin Rose on Dec 29, 2015 4:35 PM

Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas
RE: Thank you !

Happy to get your thank you but I don't know what I did.

Thank you Pat

Added by Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas on Dec 05, 2015 10:23 PM

Dora Ruth Tidwell Brewer
RE: Mary Blythe Hampton
You are so welcome - I'm trying to complete my Family Tree so I can print it. I found both of them in Are you related to the Blythes? My maternal GrandMother was Maggie Blythe.

Added by Dora Ruth Tidwell Brewer on Nov 23, 2015 2:46 AM

RE: Thank you !
You are welcome!
I am his great-granddaughter...
Best regards,

Added by JuKo on Nov 16, 2015 9:10 AM

RE: Thank you !
You're always so gracious. Lovely token.

Warmest regards,

Added by Bernadette on Nov 01, 2015 12:33 PM

Hello from America
Hi Charlotte ~

You are so very welcome ~ I am honored to leave flowers on your memorials. I love reading the biography you have written on each person.

Sending love and hugs to you from the East Coast in America.

Fondly ~ Clair

Added by gwtwqueenie on Oct 11, 2015 8:16 PM

Brent Stevens
David Weinreich
Charlotte...thank you for David's remembrance post during this Jewish holiday season. You are such a thoughtful person. Steve Weinreich

Added by Brent Stevens on Sep 21, 2015 8:32 AM

Nancy Arnold Thompson
RE: Asel family
Are you related to the Asel family?

Added by Nancy Arnold Thompson on Aug 16, 2015 7:31 AM

F Priam
RE: Bigwith family
My Pleasure! :-)

Added by F Priam on Jul 28, 2015 7:56 PM

Ashley Thirsty
RE: QuatieBbetty Littledog Blythe
Quatsey (Betsey) LittleDog. On the rolls she
starts out with only one name. Quatsey had children by four different men.
(1) Gun lay wee skee (2) Jonathan Blythe (NI). (3) Ocumma/John Welch (1/2
White). (4) Cho-yahgah Ti yoo no hul la, who married Quatsey Little Dog.

> 1. Nancy m. Hill
> 2. Arch
> 3. Chesquahneta/Youngbird
> 4. Gah da hoo yo chan
> 5. Caroline m. Standingdeer
> So take the name Hill, Arch, Youngbird, Standingdeer and this is where
> just
> some of the Indian last names started. Each family started this way as
> far
> back as you search.
> They were called by the Indian name first then the English. Awe gah do
> gah/Standingdeer was just Awe gah do gah on the rolls and census, then
> later
> as Standingdeer, but when they had children they added the first name.
> Later
> on they changed it even more. They took Standingdeer's brother, Waidasutih
> and cut it down to the version of today as Wade. His brother was Chu wail
> seh later changed to Joe Welch. That is how it was done..


The first Indians or rather the full-bloods only had one name. For instance
as for back as I have found for my direct descendent, Little Dog/Gli oo di,
b. ca 1725 and wife Che-o-las-kee , one line of my maternal greats, had
three children and I descend from Quatsey/Betsy who was there after called
Quatsey/Betsy Little Dog. Betsy married or had four different men/husbands
and had a child from the first three and the fourth one named Cho-yah-gah,
later known as Choyahgah Tiyoonohulla, this being his father's name. The one
I descend directly from, she had five. Their names were Nancy,
Chesquahnita/Youngbird, Arch, Gah dah oo yo chan and Caroline, my 2nd. Great
Grandmother, married Standingdeer/A wi ga do ga. The names of her other
children from the other men were Wahheyuhcageeswkih/Pegion, Wilson Oocumma/U
ga ma and Blythe. All of the children were full-bloods except Wilson
Oocumma/Welch 3/4 (?) and Blythe 1/2, they had White fathers. These
remained East in NC. So this is where our first last names come from.
This is just one of the maternal lines. All were full bloods until my
mother was born and she was 1/2.

Added by Ashley Thirsty on Apr 29, 2015 11:54 PM

Annette Plemmons
RE: Thank you !
Hey Charlotte,

Greetings from the state of Michigan - USA.

I just checked to see what kind of weather you're experiencing in Austria, we are experiencing very similar temperature readings. At this time, in my part of Michigan, it's 58 degrees F (14 degrees C), high for today, 66 degrees F (19 degrees C).

Thank you, I appreciate you speedy reply.

Have a wonderful day,

Added by Annette Plemmons on Apr 29, 2015 9:15 AM


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