Interested in Genealogy, American History, New York City history, music and movies from the early 1900s to 1940s time period, and Art Deco architecture and design. I am also interested in my German, Scottish and Irish ancestry.
Looking to hear from individuals who may have any ancestors with the following surnames and locations in which they lived.
Living in Cincinnati, Ohio - DONNELLY, FANNING, MCKEOWN, MICTHELL, MOYLAN, POOL, POOLE, TIEMEIER, ROTH
Living in County Tipperary Ireland - Moylan
Living in Los Angeles, California - TIEMEIER, DRAKE, KINSELLA
Living in San Francisco, California - SCHMITZ, RANNIE
Living in Michigan - BRUNSMAN
Living in New Orleans - DOUGHERTY, FANNING
Living in New York City, Queens County, and Brooklyn, New York - AHEARN, BECK, BONIFER, CORNILS, ELKNER, GIMBEL, GLUCKLER, HELD, HENNE, HENS, HESS, JUNG, KELTY, KEELTY, KENNEL, KLEE, KOLESZAR, KULTZOW, KUNZ, LINDER, MATTERN, MERZ, O'CONNELL, RICHTER, SCHMID, SCHMIDT, SCHULZ, WALBROEHL, WANNEMACHER, WANNAMAKER, WARING, WEST, WOLF
Living in New Jersey - GAVAN, GEMMILL, SCHMID, THOMPSON, WANNEMACHER, WANNAMAKER
Living in Rehborn Germany - BENEDICKT, FABER, ROTH, WANNEMACHER, THREIN
Roth - Transfers Hello. I hope you'll accept my condolences on the passing of your father and wanted to let you know that I've transferred both your father and grandfather's memorials to your care.
I also wanted to say that your other family members showing in the headstone photo are also buried in St. John Cemetery and can be verified using the cemetery's online website - http://www.ccbklyn.org/information-news/locate-a-loved-one/ - if you'd like to create memorials for them as you can now verify their burial location.
Fanning, Michael I just came back from over two hours of looking in Section 13 at Saint Joseph New Cemetery in Cincinnati. Luckily I know the "After Hours" exit of the cemetery
The cemetery does not do a very good job of marking lots, rows and ridges. So I just went a couple rows at a time and was frustrated that I did not information on Michael or Rose Fanning. Just as I was about to call it quits I found markers for James, Bessie, Charles Orlando and Mary Fanning. After straightening the pictures and resizing them I find that they have already been placed in Find-A-Grave.
As far as I can tell there are no markers in section 13 for Michael and Rose. I'm sorry I was unable to locate them if they are there.
I went Friday to Hillside Cemetery in the hopes of fulfilling photo requests for folks like you. This cemetery is massive (over 2000 acres) and I tried to cover a lot of ground. I am sorry to say that it got too dark before I could locate your Walter's stone.
Nonetheless, I thought you might want to update your request with more exact information so another volunteer might be able to more easily fulfill it. Walter is in Section B-1, lot 373. This section is shaped rather like a large ampitheater, and Walter would be on the outer edge of the innermost crescent-shaped section, just off to the right of center.
I am sorry my trip could not be more fruitful. Take care, and have a good day.