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Adding memorials and photos are wonderful ways to commemorate the lives of individuals and preserve the histories of communities. |
If you are related to a person in a memorial I have created and the person is not related to me (or not more closely related to me), I am always happy to transfer management of the memorial.
While I strive to be as accurate as possible, if you spot any error in my submissions, or would like to suggest additional information, please use the edit option to report it to me.
Always happy to help others by photographing graves in nearby Queens, NY cemeteries (Lutheran All Faiths, Mount Olivet), but please provide the complete grave location information. These cemeteries are very, very large, with hundreds of thousands of burials and miles of roads. It is almost impossible to locate graves without specific plot information.
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|PonemahPat||R/E Karl Schleicher|
photo request for Karl Schleicher born about 1830 died Sept 14, 1876 buried Sept 17, 1876 in Family Lot 11746 Map 3A. Find a Grave #127921037. If possible please photograph headstone and any other headstones in the family lot that are available. Thank you very much.
Michael Kramer grave 63789 lot 13 row 41 map 3/A grave 7 died June 1875
Phillip Zeller grave 335448 lot 20 map 3/A row 15 grave 202 born 1870 died April 1, 1913
Philip Zeller grave 195781 lot 11667 map 3/A born 1870
I looked up the email I received and this is it.
Hope it helps.
Added by itsmecac on Apr 07, 2014 12:53 PM
Thank you SO SO much for taking those pictures for me. It seems it might have been a nice grave site at some point but has fallen into disrepair. I never received an email from Find A Grave that you filled this request - I think they are having issues and it was blocked - but I just saw the pics. Thanks again, Cara
Added by BK Genie on Apr 04, 2014 10:21 AM
|Paul Rader||RE: Walton Grave|
Yes, there are the traditional US stones and lots of others that were paid with private funds. I thought is neat to be a big rock with the plaque inside...enjoy!
|Längenberger Familien||RE: Sarah Kochensperger - Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery, Queens|
thanks, no - you posted the memorials, you deserve the credit.
|Längenberger Familien||Sarah Kochensperger - Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery, Queens|
I wrote the cemetery administration office to obtain more information pertaining to Sarah Kochensperger that you posted on www.findagrave.com - It turned out, that in that particular plot are 8 graves - Sarah is indeed there, but her last name (married name) is listed as Meisel, which matches my family's documentation.
Her correct name is Salomea (nickname "Sarah") Meisel, her maiden name is Kochersperger. Through the edit portal I offered some additions such as the name correction as well as her exact birth and death dates.
You also posted on findagrave the other names you saw on that tombstone, Adam Berger, Philipp Berger and Louis Berger. It turns out that the surname is not Berner, but Iberger. The letter I must have weathered off.
On these too I offered corrections and the death dates through the "edit" portal. The data for all of it is from what the cemetery office sent me.
I suspect that Adam Iberger very likely was Sarah Kochersperger's first husband and Philip and Louis their infant children. There is another Adam in there who died aged 10 months, 20 days , as well as a Christian Meisel, aged 6 months and a Caroline Meisel, aged 42 (died in 1921) as well as Sarah's husband Jacob Meisel.
Thanks and best regards
|James Richard Ouimette||RE: Klemfuss|
Thank you so much Lisa! Nice photos.
Surprising all those Klemfusses are buried there with no visible evidence.
Thank you so much for photographing the Nolte graves and mausoleum in the Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery. - Patricia
Added by Patricia on Mar 09, 2014 1:09 PM
|The Navigator||Mary Offen|
Thank you for adding the photo to Mary Offen's memorial. I am not related so if you are I would be happy to transfer her to you. Just let me know.
|Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen||Bella Levy Treubig|
Her father is now connected!
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