|Martin Brynych||RE: help Josef Deserta|
thanks a lot, you are very kindly, I use your data for our project. We are looking for this for a long time. http://www.vets.cz/vpm/23020-pomnik-obetem-2-svetove-valky/#23020-pomnik-obetem-2-svetove-valky
Added by Martin Brynych on Apr 23, 2015 5:01 AM
|Martin Brynych||help Josef Deserta|
Hi, can we use this information and photo for our project. We need this information about Josef Deserta (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=92908288) for this page - http://www.vets.cz/vpm/18698-kenotaf-josef-deserta/#18698-kenotaf-josef-deserta
Thanks a lot
Added by Martin Brynych on Apr 23, 2015 3:33 AM
|Charlet Roskovics||Beulah Anderson|
Hi Bob, I've just received notice that you've sponsored Beulah Anderson's Find A Grave memorial. Would you like this memorial transferred to you? Cheers, Charlet
Added by Charlet Roskovics on Apr 19, 2015 2:01 PM
|MBG||RE: James Major obit|
It can get tricky with records and gravestones, can't it? It's not uncommon for gravestones to have incorrect dates. Some stones were erected years after someone died so dates came from someone's memory or perhaps records incorrectly written or no longer legible. Below is the link to the newspaper account of James Major's death. The year of the newspaper is 1910 so I believe his death year is actually 1910 not 1912. The paper reports he was 80 which would make his birth year 1830.
Here is link to online death reference which shows death year as 1910 and approximates birth year as 1830.
Hope this helps. I like reading old obits to learn about someone's life especially so long ago.
Added by MBG on Apr 14, 2015 6:03 PM
Thanks for the photo and the spelling correction.
Good thing it wasn't tentacles. :D
Added by ditdit on Apr 13, 2015 12:34 PM
Thank you yet again.
Added by ditdit on Apr 08, 2015 7:22 AM
Fantastic! I am in awe of your dedication!
Just wow. I am speechless.
Added by ditdit on Apr 08, 2015 6:58 AM
|Sylvia H.||RE: August Iffland grave photo|
thank you for your kind message.
I think you are right with the dates in the first line. The first word is really hard to read even you are as close as possible at the grave.
The first word could be "Erneuert" = renewed. Iffland died 200 years ago but the brickwall is not original, part of it isn´t older than 10 years. So i think the plate says that the grave was renewed from time to time (and this just because it´s a honory grave). But it only shows the dates during the royal time in germany. I´m pretty sure it was renewed several times especially after the first and second world war.
But maybe the cemetery administration office can help with this. I will send them a mail with our question.
Greetings from Berlin! :-)
Added by Sylvia H. on Mar 10, 2015 2:24 PM
|Kåre Olsson||Sophia Goransson Johnson|
Hi, my name is Kåre Olsson, and I found this person and is wondering if I found the right one.
"My" Sophia has father Karl Gustaf Göransson and mother Carolina Holmgren.
Sophia is born in Allegany but went back to sweden about 1875. She came back to USA 1888 but I can´t find her until now (I hope)
So, is this "my" Sophia?
Added by Kåre Olsson on Feb 20, 2015 4:12 PM
|C Branscome||Mount Auburn Cemetery Photos|
Thank you for the photos of the Chapins in the Mount Auburn Cemetery. They are appreciated greatly.
Added by C Branscome on Jan 29, 2015 12:32 PM
|Juergen Wessel||Meta Rathe|
Dear BopB, wonderfull to find this memorial for Meta Rathe, born as Meta Koglin !
If you'll click this Link below, you will see my investigations in the Meta Rathe / Schartenberg -family.The jewish-family Meta and her little sons Wolfgang (11) and Guenther (8) were hiding in a cellar as from Oct. 1943 to May 1945 because of the NAZi-Terror against jews.
Or just google "Ein Kellerversteck in der Stephanusstrasse"
Kind regards from Juergen Wessel,Germany,Hannover-Linden firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Juergen Wessel on Dec 16, 2014 6:51 AM
|msimonds||RE: Norma Werdelin grave photo|
I, too , have Swedish ancestry. I have only been able to go back one generation (1829) in Sweden before my great grandfather migrated to the U.S. His name was Simonsson and his mother 's was Nilsdotter. They were from the Malmo area.
I have taken about 500 photos at the Swedish cemetery in Portland and will be matching them up with find a grave memorials this winter. If there are others there that you need let me know.
Michael Simonds (Simonsson)
Added by msimonds on Nov 25, 2014 6:41 PM
|LMGadue||RE: Virginia Wissinger grave photo|
Hi Bob - I'm happy to transfer management of this record over to you for Christine Deak to allow you to include the information you suggested. I added this record for you & others for perspective on what I found while looking for Virginia Wissinger's grave - I have no other interest.
Added by LMGadue on Oct 13, 2014 10:05 AM
> I'm trying out the new upload and transcription feature.<
I have tested it too - but in the moment the old system works better for me.
Added by Naturstein on Oct 05, 2014 3:21 AM
|Bo ||Ester Nilsson|
Interesting to see the photo of Ester. She was the half sister of my mother Anna Lisa. Wold be nice to know it we have some realtives in the USA? I know her daughter emigrated but since my mother and all her brothers and sisters are now dead there is no one to ask.
All the best / Bo
Added by Bo on Sep 28, 2014 10:37 AM
I do not know what it means to sponsor a memorial or why you did it. Thank you. Please explain what it means.
I am excited that you got photos for some of my memorials in Hanover. Thanks so much. I have ancestors there, but I don't know where they are buried or even how to find out.
If you ever see the surnames Ballin or Hess (Hass?), please get photos, and if you don't like to make memorials, let me know and I will make them. In any case, let me know and I will put in photo requests so you can get credit.
I wish you all the best.
Added by LoveTrees on Sep 21, 2014 1:22 PM
|Rene Breadner||George Douglas Lees|
Thank you Bob for taking this picture.
Added by Rene Breadner on Sep 03, 2014 4:11 PM
|Margaret Rose||Find A Grave Memorial# 18611275|
Thank you for adding the grave marker photo to the memorial for Sgt. George Douglas Lees. He is a relative through marriage to one of my relatives and I know his family will appreciate it. His brother Private Eli Arthur Lees was also a casualty of WWII.
Added by Margaret Rose on Sep 03, 2014 4:06 PM
|Robi||Photo of Leroy Robinson grave marker|
A big thanks for the photo you took of my great uncle's grave marker at Durnbach Cemetery!
Added by Robi on Sep 01, 2014 5:46 AM
|Eman Bonnici||Adrian Warburton|
Just a brief note in order to thank you for having fulfilled my photo request for Adrian Warburton. It's been very kind of you and I have truly appreciated your interest.
Added by Eman Bonnici on Sep 01, 2014 4:15 AM
|Wendy Ross||Durnbach War Cemetery - DFC Charles Edward Suffren|
It was with much pleasure that I was recently informed by Find A Grave that you were able to fulfill my photo request for the memorial of my cousin, Charles Edward Suffren. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Added by Wendy Ross on Aug 30, 2014 1:25 PM
|Andy Baker||Durnbach War Cemetery|
Thanks once again for the pictures
Added by Andy Baker on Aug 30, 2014 4:18 AM
|s fairhurst||RE: S erlam grave photograph|
Hi Bob. I'm pleased the inscription has been of some comfort to you. I liked it too and after some research, discovered the words were taken from a poem called 'Break, break, break' by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Hope you get chance to read it as it is lovely. Sorry to hear about your loss, take care
Added by s fairhurst on Aug 28, 2014 12:20 PM
Thank you for the great photo...
Added by Bob on Aug 28, 2014 5:34 AM
|Ron Wallick||Edward Neville|
Thank you for taking time out of your day to obtain and post your excellent stone photo for Edward Neville. It is appreciated!
Added by Ron Wallick on Aug 28, 2014 4:19 AM