|Jerry Dolejs||Jan Huss|
Jan Huss was burned at stake in Constance, German town at Boden Lake. (close to Switzerland)
His ashes were thrown into the river Rhine which starts at that lake to prevent his grave from becoming a pilgrimage place.
So he is not buried at Old Town Square in Prague. There is Only his monument/
Hi all...Seeking info on Cornelis Kok taken to concentration camp in Flossenberg, Germany. His father was born in the Netherlands. His mother in Batavia, not sure whether this was Indonesia or Germany.
I am not sure where to find this persons burial site. Cornelis was born 1924 Ambon ? and died 1945.
Can I get any War records for this man born 1924-1945.
Hope someone can shed some light for me on this man.
Also does anyone know how i would acquire this mans birth record
Added by Julie on Apr 04, 2013 7:49 AM
|Ed Tieman||general rains|
I was looking at General Rains photos and there is one that has two photos in it. Could you get me a better photo of the left one. He is GG Uncle of mine. I also had an Uncle die at Camp Sorghum.
|Robin Arvickson||Tecumseh Cairn|
I live in Erie, PA and am working on a second volume of grave locations for those who served during the War of 1812.
Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of the Tecumseh Cairn in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
I can be reached through this forum or by e-mail at email@example.com.
|Donna Meinscher Estes||FATHER EMMERAN BLIEMEL|
I was going to suggest some addition info to Father Bliemel's site but discovered his grave page could not be edited. He was a Conf. Medal of Honor recipeint and I would like to post that and a story about him from VALOR IN GRAY. Is there a way for me to do this? Please advise.
Margaret Howell Davis, Chap 2418
United Daughters of the Confederacy
|KA Ty||Maxcy Gregg|
Thank you for posting pictures of His grave. I am trying to find all I can on The Greggs. I am a direct descendent and in the DAR through this line.
Any help will be welcomed!
Added by KA Ty on Aug 09, 2011 11:57 PM
|babe hughes||William Andrew Quarrels|
I am member of the Flat Lick Baptist Church and I work with the historical society at the Pulaski County Library.
This person is not buried in the Flat Lick Cemetery.
I would like to correspond with you on this.
You mail email me please, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to sharing information.
|babe hughes||Flat Lick|
|Kathy (McPhaul) Cather||Thomas Fentress Toon|
I would like to ask your permission to use the headstone photo you posted of Thomas Fentress Toon. It is MUCH more clear than the one our family members have. We would, of course, be sure to give you proper credit. Thank you for your work on FindAGrave. Happy and Safe 4th.
|Thomas Fisher||Quarles grave|
I am planning a trip to Kentucky and would like to visit the grave of General William Andrew Quarles. You indicated that his grave was in the Flat Lick Baptist Church Cemetery in Valley Oak, Pulaski county, Kentucky. Other sources that I have indicate that he was buried in Christian county in Tennessee. Are you certain that he is buried in Pulaski county, Kentucky?
Thanks for your guidance.
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