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|Sarah Lane||Lydia Radchenko Update|
Just wanted to let you know that although I haven't "claimed" Lydia, she is on my list to find. There's almost 200 requests for Royal Palm Cemetery and I am trying to find all that I can. --Sarah Lane
|Bob & Sue||Edward Keonjian|
I have added many items to the Memorial Page of Edward Keonjian.
I do not have Internet so it just took me a little longer to answer your note. Sorry
|Sergeik||How does one include folks on this list?|
I noticed that the list is rather bereft of Seattle/Tacoma, Portland and Vancouver BC names. These three NW cities/regions were destinations for Russians coming out of the Far East and include Clergy, Flag Rank and senior officers as well as prominent people in the communities here.
How does one go about including this part of almost forgotten history?
Added by Sergeik on Sep 07, 2014 4:57 PM
|Jon Reeves||Ilia Khmara|
Maria Khmara was buried next to him, so I added that photo as well.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Photos|
umm... I live about 250 miles from Spring Grove... However...
Use the Photo Request Button in the lower right hand column. One of my friendly Photogs will be out.
|Frank K.||RE: Russian Names|
thank you very much for checking
Added by Frank K. on Aug 30, 2014 4:03 PM
|Frank K.||Russian Names|
Could you do us the favor and check on these names and make sure we translated them correctly. If you find any spelling errors, please let us know. Thank you very much.
Added by Frank K. on Aug 30, 2014 6:32 AM
Hi, thanks again.
The cemetery list at http://pogost-tegel.info/index.php?id=3027 says Обряд погребения совершил сербский священник, which Google tells me means burial rites performed by Serbian priest.
So I'll try the inscription with Serbian.
Added by BobP on Aug 21, 2014 6:27 AM
|BobP||RE: Your Russian English Virtual File|
Thank you for the translations, I appreciate it very much!
If you see any other mistakes or omissions, you can also enter them yourself if you like by clicking on the Edit tab of the memorial and then on Marker Transcription.
Thanks again, take care,
Added by BobP on Aug 21, 2014 4:09 AM
the information is taken from the book published in Russian in 2012 based on the cemetery transcriptions and regarding this interment they quote the cemetery books not the tombstone transcription.
Please in future if you want any correspondence regarding particular memorials, send a message using an Edit tab and include your mail. We often read mail on the move and it is too hard to look for your personal page to reply.
Thank you for understanding.
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