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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.
Naming Conventions: Famous Memorials (which in my case concerns mostly nobles that could be famous if I moved my ass and wrote a proper bio)
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
Vater/Papa - Father
Mutter/Mama - Mother
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
For everyone who actually read through this, thank you for your attention.
For those who didn't, I completely understand you, but it is tiresome to explain every week why I've send this or that correction.
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|nancy price||Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise|
Thank you for sending corrections - I can use all the help I can get! Thanks again, Nancy
|Ellie Morin||Thank You|
I would like to tell you that I so enjoy your bio's of the famous people. They are well written and I have learned more than I could ever imagine. Keep up the great work.
|Robert Kuhmann||Memorial# 107098096|
See also, memorial 156487777 for: Archambaud VIII "le Grand" de Dampierre, de Bourbon (a brother of, Guillaume II de Dampierre - a 26th-Great-Grand-Father of my son - b.1998).
While reviewing that, check-out the new "necropole" (cemetery) that I created today ... "L'abbaye Notre-Dame de Bellaigue". It dates from the 10th-century. I suspect that there are many ancient burials (entombments) which took place therein, of the: "de Dampierre" & the "de Bourbon" lineages. Link:
P.S. I plan to call the Monastery, to speak with one of the monks (I hope they have a historian)... I speak fluent French. Thank you for your many wonderful contributions here.
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 12 years, 10 months, 11 days.
|Dieter Birkenmaier||Josph Polovsky|
Thank you for your mail, I duly removed my entry. Sorry for the ´double´ - the system, despite all its virtues, does not facilitate to control doubling. Especially as the criteria for accepting persons as ´famous´ are opaque.
I have permitted myself to take over three pictures. I suggest to put them into order, starting with the portrait of Mr Polovsky. And may I suggest to add some elements to his biography, eg he was a convinced Chicagoan :-) .
I got on Mr Polovsky by chance reading about the 1945 Torgau events and learning that the first meeting between US and Soviet tropps was in fact at Strehlau. For such a world famous event an interesting precision. Would it not be adequate to describe that ?
I would have liked to do that later on "my" own entry but as told before I duly deleted it. Nevertheless, I could draft a text about the Torgau complex whcih you might wish to copy and paste ?
Would it be possble to use photo on # 97176948 in my family tree?
|BobB||Familie von Wendt in Hannover|
very interesting what you sent me via edit, thank you! I've now done some research on this too and am convinced that the birth date 1748 given for their daughter Charlotte Wilhelmine or Wilhelmine Charlotte by a researcher at this cemetery is wrong, and it's gone from the stone. I found a source where she and August Ulrich von Hardenberg married in 1743, in an old book about the Hardenbergs, so she was born maybe around 1718.
Thanks for your help!
Best regards, Bob
Added by BobB on Aug 10, 2015 1:48 AM
|helen||RE: Charles Heymann|
thank you for the transfer - and for doing the work in the first place!
one of Charles' nieces is still alive and knew where he had died; thanks to your work we were able to confirm it and to know where he lies. Much, much appreciated.
Added by helen on Jul 26, 2015 3:17 PM
|Hans E.||Friedhof Schloss Benkhausen|
danke für die Hilfe - wenn ich das nächste Mal zu dem Schloss komme, dann versuche ich bessere Fotos zu machen. :-)
Added by Hans E. on May 31, 2015 5:05 AM
|Bearded Graver||Wiesbaden Süd|
I’ve been using the new process of loading photos and having others transcribe, maybe someday I’ll get caught up on the back log. Umlauts and things like that are not something English speaking people are familiar with so I am glad you sent the SAC’s with corrections. I had planned to go back and correct but you save me the trouble, THANKS. Now all I have to do is get the other 4,000K photos in Wiesbaden Süd loaded.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||German Name|
Thanks Lutetia for adding these names, it will really be a big help for others.
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