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I was born in 1981 near Leipzig, Germany and still live there with my mother. |
In 2014 I've FINALLY finished my second cemetery (75 graves and it took only 5 years to add them all)
So go and leave some flowers. Bergfriedhof Mölkau
It would be very nice of you if you would leave some flowers for my other interments as well.
*Now on to the important things*
Public messages: If you ask me something or send me a S.A.C. and there is the possibility that I write something back (like when you ask: What do you think?) It would be totally amazing if you have your public messages enabled... or a working email address.
Photos: All grave photos taken and posted by me may not be used by you without my permission. Ask, and I probably grant it, but please do not steal them and re-post them somewhere.
Linking family members:
I will not link to memorials where the place of burial is unknown.
Find out where they are buried and then contact me. This is 'Find A Grave' after all.
A short German-English lesson:
Ehemann - husband
Ehefrau - wife
Gattin - wife
Gattin von - wife of
Liebling - darling
Mutter - mother
Sohn / Söhnchen - son / baby son
Schwester - Sister
seine - his
Tochter/Töchterlein - daughter/baby daughter
unser/unsre - our
Two words in Czech
Rozena/Rozen - born
Rodina - family
Disclaimer: (because, apparently I need one)
If I send you a S.A.C. which sounds insulting, assume that it was not my intention. I still have problems with the English language and sometimes just don't come across the way I want.
When you call me a liar to the whole community, be prepared to be ridiculed in front of said community.... and of course, when an Admin deletes a memorial you will no longer see it. xxx
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|David L Gray||Max Immelmann|
I added a photo from a postcard for Oberleutnant Immelmann #76486343. You could add: The Immelmann turn - a half-loop followed by a half-roll, which results in a quick reversal of direction - is named for him.
|Frank K.||Königsfamilie von Bayerm|
Vielen Dank für die Links von heute. Im Jahre 2007 gab es diese Möglichkeit bei Findagrave noch nicht.
Herzliche Grüsse aus dem verschneitem New York,
Added by Frank K. on Mar 07, 2015 11:59 AM
|Carole Conrad||georg schott|
|Robin Truitt||Leon V de Lusignan 1342-1393|
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?
|Time Traveler||Carolina Gumz # 141885190|
Thank you for your correction. I did a search and found her correct name, as above. I really appreciate it!
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 BobP on Feb 18, 2015 2:51 AM
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.
|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
Herzlichen Dank und liebe Grüße aus Österreich !
|RD Hall||...uber Konrad II|
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.
Added by RD Hall on Dec 06, 2014 11:19 AM
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