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Maxine Kravitz (#47454452)
 member for 3 years, 1 month, 11 days
RE: Baron Hirsch Cemetery S.I.
It's nice to hear feedback after I take pix...most people don't even bother! But I like Baron Hirsch and am there from time to to. The staff have asked me to ask pic requestors to ask them for the Wall Map location of the grave based on date of death or sometimes name only. From there they can find the correct location. That's their "thing" so I just pass it on. They happen to have 20 individual maps of the ground. Also, your requests that I was talking about that needed locations were: Abraham & Tress Sterne and Solomon Agar (from 8/3/11. Even with the detailed info, you know that it still takes a lot of stalking around, over fallen stones, to find the person since the grave and rows are not marked. That's why I like to go into a particular burial society with a lot of names and just look for them...they're really never where they say there are!

Added by TimV on Apr 06, 2014 8:27 AM

Baron Hirsch on Staten Island
Hi Maxine- I took a lot of pix at Baron Hirsch the other day for you and just uploaded them! These are requests from 2013, but I noticed you had some from and earlier time. If you would like to call the office and get the plot locations, including the Wall Map number (that's what they want over there) I could go back for you. I find this a fascinating cemetery for some reason. TimV

Added by TimV on Apr 05, 2014 11:07 AM

Gone But Not Forgotten
RE: Susan Pulver
Sorry Pam. I was in a hurry to send so many edits. I never know when they will be updated. Thank you. You are very fast. :-) I will send you a message later today. I am tracking my Wolcott family. Many more to do.
Thanks again. Jackie

Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Apr 01, 2014 9:44 AM

Tracy C.
RE: Jewell Family
Will do..

Added by Tracy C. on Mar 03, 2014 9:45 PM

Tracy C.
RE: Elizabeth Jewell Akers
You are very welcome. As always, I am very happy when I find your family. I had sent you an email a few weeks ago about some stories I had read about your family and some photos. If you didn't see the email, let me know.


Added by Tracy C. on Mar 03, 2014 9:05 AM

Ben G
Evergreen Cemetery, Portland Maine
I see your requests for this cemetery, but is under about 2 feet of snow now. I expect to get to all requests in April. Don't give up!

Added by Ben G on Feb 25, 2014 3:13 PM

Thomas Haas
Your memorial 90187589
Friedrich Hollaender is buried in Munich at Ostfriedhof. This memorial exists already at 'find a grave' since june 28, 2006 (see #14761191).

Th. Haas

Added by Thomas Haas on Feb 20, 2014 5:56 AM

Karl Clendening
RE: Lucy Moses Jewell

Added by Karl Clendening on Feb 12, 2014 2:07 PM

Tracy C.
Have you ever heard of or read the book "The Family Jewells" By Lois Henson? I happened to see it at my local library and it seems to have a lot of people related to you and a lot of info on their role in the Piedmont Community of Montgomery County. Anyway, just found it interesting and didn't know if you were aware of it.


Added by Tracy C. on Jan 24, 2014 11:16 AM

Rosia Elizabeth (Tate) Kimball
How do you know she is buried at Canyon City Cemetery?

Added by Wally on Jan 22, 2014 4:46 PM

Rosia E. (Tate) Kimball
I am curious where/how you got the birth and death dates and the picture of Rosia Elizabeth Tate. Wally Kimball--g.grand-son

Added by Wally on Jan 22, 2014 4:36 PM

Rosia E. (Tate) Kimball
I am curious where/how you got the birth and death dates and the picture of Rosia Elizabeth Tate. Wally Kimball--g.grand-son

Added by Wally on Jan 22, 2014 4:36 PM

Tracy C.
Jewell Dr
Is Herbert S Jewell one of your relatives? He is at Piedmont. I had some info to share with you if he is.

Added by Tracy C. on Jan 09, 2014 6:16 PM

Kenneth Gresson
Heya :)

I'm 99% sure I have a photo of Kenneth M Gresson's headstone, I have 600+ to go through to find it for you if not i'm sure william will be able to get it for you, I did half of the churchyard last week whilst I was down in christchurch :)


Added by MystikNZ on Dec 21, 2013 7:03 PM

Tracy C.
RE: Jewell Drive
The info I have on Jewell Dr shows one still owning property there. Tracy Sue Ellen Jewell who lives in Florida. Land was owned by Kermit M Jewell prior. Dont know if that helps any. Didn't find a cemetery listed but doesn't mean there isn't. Also, there is a Jewell cemetery in Shawsville but no records that I can find. Its about 10 minutes from where I found Martha so may def be something there. I will go try to find it in the next several days. As far as Sessler cemetery, I do not believe there are any other Jewells there. Its in very good shape and Marthas stone was amidst other names and didnt appear to be space near her where a stone would be missing. If you find out anything about Jewell Dr, let me know.


Added by Tracy C. on Dec 11, 2013 6:42 PM

Tracy C.
RE: Jewell Drive
Good, glad you are getting some new stuff! I think I may have info on a "Jewell" cemetery in my stuff at home. Will let u know if I find anything.

Added by Tracy C. on Dec 11, 2013 9:35 AM

Tracy C.
I will take care of that edit. I have searSched for your Piedmont cemetery requests a few weeks back and I don't see any of them in Piedmont cemetery. I was curious about the Jewell Drive in Piedmont community. I didn't know if you know if that has anything to do with your family. Perhaps there's a cemetery somewhere there?If you happen to know anything about it, let me know cause I will go check it out.

Added by Tracy C. on Dec 11, 2013 8:46 AM

Tracy C.
I added a Mrs. J.D. Jewell 1848-1939 to Sessler Cemetery in Ironto, VA (Montgomery County). I just wanted to let you know since it wasn't previously listed, as I know you are looking for info on Jewell family.

Added by Tracy C. on Dec 09, 2013 7:01 PM

New York Historian
RE: Re: Isaac Brenner
Thank you. I am heading to the municipal archives this week if you need me to find anyone, one of those hard relatives to find who did before 1948.


Added by New York Historian on Dec 09, 2013 10:11 AM

New York Historian
Re: Isaac Brenner
Thank you for transferring Isaac's memorial, much appreciated. Jim

Added by New York Historian on Dec 08, 2013 11:10 PM

Ben G
Cloudman(s) in Old Smith
In researching the Old Smith Burying Ground, I only see four people with the last name Cloudman listed. Those have been photographed and uploaded. I am wondering where you got the info for all the others you placed there? I have searched the cemetery several times and have not seen any others. Also, I find no records for and Partridges buried there either.

Added by Ben G on Nov 19, 2013 7:53 AM

Katherine Armstrong Partridge
Thanks for the information. I made the links. She most likely was born in Mass as you said, so I updated the state also.

Added by Jim on Nov 17, 2013 3:01 PM

Tracy C.
RE: James Miller Headstone
You are very welcome! I added a couple more Millers and a few others I found. Still no other Jewels and no Overstreets. I will go back. Maybe I will find more as I lucked into today.

Added by Tracy C. on Nov 16, 2013 7:53 PM

Tracy C.
James Miller
I found the top part of his stone today, so I added it to my previous that had bottom only.

Added by Tracy C. on Nov 16, 2013 5:59 PM

Peter Morgan
Bangs in Gorham

I again tried to find from the Gorham Town Office the resting place of Susannah Bangs. They have no record of her burial in Eastern Cemetery in Gorham. They did give me the site of one Bangs gravesite in Eastern that I will hopefully have a chance to explore this weekend, but the names were not Barnabus or Betty or any of their children.

Gorham also gave me some Bangs in the North Street Cemetery, and another Bangs in Fort Hill cemetery, but again, none of them were of that family.

I'll let you know what I find in Eastern Cemetery.


Added by Peter Morgan on Nov 15, 2013 7:45 AM


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