McGlothlin You should also to to Dorothy McGlothlin's memorial and request management. Bill Hart is not very good a management or entering, doesn't make links, etc. He entered her picture ewith her parents and sister, but didn't link to them
St. Pius. There are quit a few duplicates in this cemetery. Maybe you and Nils M. Solsvik Jr. can get together and combine all the information. It looks like on some of them you have more information and then some he has more information. There are only
Czech months From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The names of Czech months are, as in Polish, Croatian, Ukrainian and Belarusian not based on the Latin names used in most European languages. The suffix -en is added to most of the months' names.
January -- leden (from led, ice) February -- únor (probably from the word root -nor-, infinitive form nořit (se), to plunge, to welter, as the ice welters under the lake surface) March -- březen (either from bříza, birch, or from březí, with young etc., as the forest animals, mainly hares and rabbits, are pregnant at that time) April -- duben (derived from dub, oak) May -- květen (from květ, blossom), originally máj. The word květen first appeared in Jungmann's translation of Atala from 1805 as a poetism and translation for French fleurs de lune, but quickly gained acceptance. Jungmann was probably also influenced by the Polish word kwiecień ("April"). June -- červen (either from červený, red, or from červ, worm, both related to fruit) July -- červenec (the same as červen with a comparative (more) component) August -- srpen (from srp, sickle) September -- září (lit. "it shines", but most likely from říje (rutting), the time when the - mainly deer - males want to couple) October -- říjen (from říje, see September) November -- listopad (literally "leaf-fall") December -- prosinec (either from prosit to beg, to ask, to plead, but more probably from prosinalý, pallid, because sky is pallid in this time)
I have noticed that you took more photos. Awesome! It will take awhile, but I will gladly look thru the memorials I added and compare to the new photos. This may present new information that I could not locate previously. ;-) Have a great weekend~!
RE: I have added a number of grave photos to pages that you control. You might want to take a look at some of them since I have noticed quite a few differences with dates, spellings, etc. In this case the grave marker says Sheila Switzer instead of Switzen. I will leave it up to you to decide which is correct since grave markers are not always right.
Jedlicka family May I have your permission to copy the headstone photos for Wenzel and Anna for my personal family tree (not online and giving you photo credits, of course)? Also may I copy the picture of Saints Peter & Paul Church?
Thanks for all the wonderful hard work you have done for Findagrave! Its great folks like you that make the site awesome!
Duplicate Cemetery Howard I cleaned up Pierce and St. Croix County a bit when I joined a few years ago. I kind of backed off since. You can have them merge the two by following the instructions below. These can be found under the link "Help with find a grave" Good luck There's a cemetery that has both an official name and a commonly used name. How should it be listed? The cemetery should be listed by its official name. Use the cemetery fix/update forum to submit cemetery updates or non-members use email@example.com. An AKA(s) for that cemetery will be added to the name field. [Top]
I have specific info about a grave marker for William C. Mueller at Acacia Park in Mendota Heights in St. Paul, Minnesota. This information is from an ancestry.com record I found. However, he must not be added? Are you in the St. Paul area? Next time you visit Acacia Park could you please check this location to see if there is a marker? There may be other Mueller family members nearby and I would want that info also.
Here are the details: William Charles Mueller born 13 March 1888 died 12 January 1971 Acacia Park, Mendota Heights section: WILLOW, 14 7 S
William is a recently discovered half-brother to an elderly individual I am assisting in finding his roots. I have discovered that my friend had half-siblings that he never knew. Thank you very much. Melanie (Seattle, WA)