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Beau (#46612703)
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Bio Photo Hi. My name is Roland Beausoleil. The source for grave information that I've contributed is from graveyards, death certificates, obituaries and other genealogical resources that I've come across while doing family research. Names that I'm researching on my wife's side are CHILEK, FRIEDEL, VINKLAREK and PETER(S). Names that I'm researching on my side of the family are BEAUSOLEIL, GERVAIS, LACASSE and PARENT. Please email me if you have corrections or additions to this information.
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C Greer
RE: Harold R. Kalish burial
well that's good news.
C
Added by C Greer on Dec 01, 2016 6:37 AM
Sarah Percival
RE: Harold Kalish burial place
Hi Beau,
It's Forestville Cemetery in Connecticut. That's the only cemetery I have ever recorded Kalish burials from, because Clara Kalish married into my Percival family.
I have a photo of the headstone, but didn't add it to the site because it's not a good shot.
I can't think why the cemetery is not showing on the site and now that you have pointed it out I will try to fix that.
Thanks very much.
Sarah
Added by Sarah Percival on Dec 01, 2016 1:06 AM
C Greer
RE: Harold R. Kalish burial
good to know...went to so many and three years ago..well, hard to remember. Hope the person that added it, changes the location.
C
Added by C Greer on Nov 26, 2016 7:49 AM
C Greer
RE: Harold R. Kalish burial
Hi Beau
It is probably Forestville but I cannot be sure because there are a lot in West Cemetery Plainville. I usually send an edit when I find that the cemetery isn't listed. Have you tried contacting Ms Percival?
C
Added by C Greer on Nov 20, 2016 9:28 AM
Graceti
RE: Mgr Pelletier Cemetery memorials
You're welcome.
I'm glad to have helped you find more family.
Added by Graceti on Nov 18, 2016 6:26 AM
Graceti
RE: Mgr Pelletier Cemetery memorials
You go ahead and create the memorials for your family and I'll add some photos.
Added by Graceti on Nov 17, 2016 12:52 PM
John Pavlik
RE: Joseph Erdelt updates
Hi Beau

I found an obituary for one of his daughters (Emilie Erdelt Friedel) on Newspapers.com, he was married to both

Here is the link, please let me know if you are not able to see it.

https://www.newspapers.com/clip/7371921/emilie_erdelt_friedel_obituary_1972/

John
Added by John Pavlik on Nov 09, 2016 11:49 AM
Christine
RE: Edward Koliba's obit
Beau,

You are awesome with all the obits you have been sending my way. I am very happy to add them, even though I am slow about it. There is no need to send me a thanks for it :) Save your time and efforts for sending me even more info to add.

Have a great day,

Chris
Added by Christine on Sep 10, 2016 11:35 AM
Sherry Grabill
Chilek Family History & Koliba
Beau:
I have information on Chilek Family and need to add more family members to Koliba. He is my gggrandfather.


Added by Sherry Grabill on Aug 29, 2016 12:28 AM
James
Helen Baros
There are four cemeteries that are run together at Shiner and there has been a lot of confusion and mistakes about who is buried where. I went by "Lavaca County Cemetery Records by Sammy Tise who is considered the expert. He defined the boundaries of each cemetery and in his book, Vol IV, page 129, he lists Helen's husband, Joe Baros as being in Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery.

When you are out there the boundary between Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery and the other cemeteries is at least easier to see than say the boundary between the Catholic cemetery and the City cemetery which is nonexistent.

I created a map using Sammy Tise's boundaries but added modern landmarks to help people see the boundaries between the cemeteries. I put the map on Find a Grave as a cemetery picture for each of the four cemeteries. I would say that (going by Sammy Tise and my own many visits to these 4 cemeteries) that Joe and Helen are buried in Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery.

I have probably given you more background than you wanted but, yes, I believe that Helen is buried in Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery.

James
Added by James on Aug 28, 2016 7:36 AM
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