|Lisa F. (#14845792)|
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Adding memorials and photos are wonderful ways to commemorate the lives of individuals and preserve the histories of communities.|
I'm happy to help by photographing graves in nearby Queens, NY cemeteries (Lutheran All Faiths, Mount Olivet), but please provide the complete grave/plot 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.
Although 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. And please feel free to use any grave photos I have contributed in your family trees.
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|jeanett rock||Bohnhorst Gravesite|
Thank you for taking the time to look for my great grandfather's grave. I know it takes an extra effort to find the older gravesites like his. I appreciate your time and effort.
Hi, Lisa - thank you so much for your time in looking for this grave site. I really appreciate your efforts.
Added by RSaal on Jul 25, 2015 5:36 PM
|Alyce D.||RE: Amelia Wagner Deall|
Thank you for the information you have provided.
I knew Amelia had 2 husbands. She was widowed and her 1st husband I have documentation on was Joannes Brandel, who died in 1894. She would have been about 25. I know Amelia is buried with Joannes as I have the cemetery record from Most Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn. The second husband I know about is Heinrich or Henry Deall. I have Henry and Amelia documented through census documents. I have Amelia's death certificate showing she died in 1940, which also documents she was married to Henry Deall. I only have her husband Henry documented until about 1911, and then he disappears along with Amelia's first daughter Henrietta who disappears around 1915. Stories passed down in my family say Henrietta left with a man, however I have never been able to find out what happened to her.
The information you provided matches the information I know that Amelia was widowed in her mid-20's and was remarried.
If you can send me any information you have, including the news clippings and the marriage certificate, I would greatly appreciate it. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I added in the information about Amelia's 3rd husband Henry wondering if you know anything about him or her daughter Henrietta. If you do have any information could you send that to me?
Thank you so much returing my email, your help is very greatly appreciated!
Sincerely, Barbara Deall
Added by Alyce D. on Jul 25, 2015 1:26 PM
|tom a||thanks (all faiths cemetery)|
Thanks for the photo of the KLOER/AIRD plot at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery. I am very grateful for your help!! I have waited so long...made my day.
Were there any other markers at the plot? I am trying to locate lost cousins who may have been buried at the plot.
Added by tom a on Jul 25, 2015 10:41 AM
|Alyce D.||Amelia Wagner Deall|
Hi Lisa, you posted on May 6, 2015, Find a grave memorial # 146148421 on Amelia Wagner Deall. The record shows a spouse of Adam Miller 1878-1935. Can you tell me what you saw to add Adam to Amelia's record?
I know her daughter was Florence Deall as I have the cemetery record evidencing date of death 1905, so that information is correct. I also know Amelia's plot number is Block 74, Row 5, Grave 13, as I received this information from the cemetery.
Any information you can provide on Adam Miller is very much appreciated.
Added by Alyce D. on Jul 25, 2015 9:30 AM
|Marcial Fernandez||RE: Agnes Helen Cavanaugh|
Lisa, you know you can request a marker on the exact spot where Agnes was buried. Many people do that and Calvary office is not charging for the service (so far). Take a look at the memorial for AMENDOLARE, GIUSEPPE, and you will see what their markers look like.
And I am telling you that because I just realized that you went to the same place looking for that grave and took a photo! The photos I took I emailed them to the creator of the memorial. I can email them to you if you want to.
|Marcial Fernandez||Lutheran in your biography|
Lisa, I went to Lutheran All Faiths like a month ago. Never been that lost in any place in my life. Nothing made sense, maybe because the area had just a few headstones in the middle of nowhere. Everything in Calvary was so easy compared to that. This was the grave I was looking for: Public 27, Map 3A, Row 19, Grave 3. I did my very best with a friend who accompanied me. The office had given usa map. Took pictures of what I thought was the Public 27, Row 19 with just 3 or 4 headstones with very little maintenance, if any. Is it always like that at Lutherans?
|Ann Dany||RE: Kadletz|
You're welcome; my pleasure...God Bless...Ann
Added by Ann Dany on Jul 13, 2015 6:24 AM
Thank you so much for taking the time to take this picture for me. I appreciate it - Cara
Added by BKGenie on Jun 29, 2015 2:56 PM
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