|Judi Braddick (#46567877)|
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|A single mom and empty nester, always interested in my past. Hope someone will enter the names of my lost relatives for me as I hopefully am helping someone find their lost ones. I have set up a virtual cemetery for the victims of the General Slocum Disaster in New York City on June 15, 1904, please e-mail me with any corrections, additions, or changes. I am using three different sources for my information and there are many differences. First time Grandmother to Noah Henry Johnson born 7-27-09!!!|
I do not have Internet access at home so please be patient with me. I must go to the library to make corrections or transfers. If you want a transfer, please provide your member number in the request. I try to go at least once a month. Thanks. If I do not make the changes requested it is because I did not understand your request or I had mutiple memorials with the same name and was unable to identify who you were referring to. A no-reply request leaves me no options but to wait for a second request hopefully with more info. Sorry. Including memorial numbers is helpful.
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|Bob Collins||RE: Elizabeth|
Please ignore my inaccurate reference to the "Woodbury" lot. Ms. Hettinger is with her Rosenstein relatives, only 2 of whom have memorial stones. If there had been a stone for her, there would have been a close up of the stone AND a transcription. As there was no stone, the only possible photo of her gravesite is a shot of the lot.
|Bob Collins||RE: Elizabeth|
Please click on the photos to enlarge them and reveal a caption which states, among many other things, that there is no stone for Ms Hettinger in the Woodbury lot.
|Bob Collins||RE: Findagrave #125348144|
It is the grave of Louise Fischer and Adolph Timme. Click on the photos to enlarge them and reveal an explanatory caption. Information from cemetery staff. The relationship of the two is unclear--but they are buried beneath the stone that bears only Timme's name.
Re: your request for a photo .
I visited the Field Store Cemetery today and found the grave, but there is only a temporary marker and no headstone.
Added by ASM on May 24, 2015 1:52 PM
|Bronx Cop||General Slocum Disaster|
Judi: I saw your list of General Slocum victims. I found a grave of interest in Lutheran Cemetery, Middle Village, NY. It is right across from the Slocum monument. Have you ever come across an entry for the deaths of Katie Goetz (16 Aug 1871-15 Jun 1904) (my memorial # is 137616372)
or her children: Lizzie, Susie, Annie and William? Look under my entries for these names. Do you think this is a coincindence, or a family lost in history? - Kevin
|Kenneth Hockin||Opal Presley|
Hi Judi, You made a memorial for above Find A Grave Memorial# 19518957. Here is the obituary in case you want to complete the memorial. Thanks for all the work you do on Find A Grave:
|Zoe Tom||Let me know if the transfers R OK|
And I will transfer the others.
Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 24, 2015 10:43 AM
|Zoe Tom||Molitor duplicates|
I don't know how mine got the pictures. Bob Collins usually doesn't put pictures on duplicates. I hate to remove my entries and lose his pictures.
Please write me directly about this problem.
Maybe I could transfer mine to you, and that way we could keep the pictures ??
Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 24, 2015 5:26 AM
|Lisa F.||Fettig Family|
Hi! I added photos and sent some edits for Slocum victims Peter, Christina and Elie Fettig.
Added by Lisa F. on Mar 29, 2015 11:16 AM
Are you related to anyone you posted from the Wilkinson Family Cemetery? If so how? I would like to have those posted to me, if not. MY Find A Grave #47606985. I will send you a request when I know your connection.
Added by vbjordan on Mar 20, 2015 2:49 PM
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