FYI: Most (not all) of the people I've listed on Find A Grave are in my very extended family tree.
I do not link to "unknown burial" memorials. They are posted against the Find A Grave guidelines and should be taken down if burial location is not found within 30 days of posting the memorial. The automated edit system may have let some slip through on me.
Due to the automated edit system I am not responsible for erroneous vitals/family links. I once kept track of all automated edit requests, catching many errors coming through the automated system. But life goes beyond spending all my time on Find A Grave catching other's idiotic errors. Doing good just to catch my own :)
Sgt William Michael Kaman Hello! I noticed you said that most of the graves you've added are extended family. Sgt. Kaman was my father (I signed up for Findagrave to add his grave, but before I could, it had been added). I am interested in genealogy and I'd be interested in finding out how we're related. And if you have any bits of family tree from Dad's side of the family, especially the part before the family got to America, that you'd be willing to share, that would be great!
127797915 Vaclav "William" Nahlovsky Thank you so much for listing this grave. I left a flower offering of Sweet William with a note from his great grandaughter - who is my cousin. She knew of his buial but knew the English translation of the inscription: "sleep sweetly dear father" . She said there use to be sweet william planted at his grave. Thanks for taking the time to list this grave. You have made her so happy! Robin Knowles Miner
Direct Family Memorials Hello Tammy! First off, thanks so much for all the time you have dedicated to entering memorials for all of our family members! I would like to have my direct family members (and any others you would be willing to let go of) transferred to me if at all possible. Please let me know! Thanks so much! Pamela (Bohnenstiehl) Talbird
Ralph August Bohnenstiehl (Grandfather) 113598251 August Meyer (Great Grandfather) 103339227 Mary A. Dustmann Meyer (2X Grandmother) 103339197 August Carl Meyer (2X Grandfather) 103339227 Louisa Timmerhoff Meyer (3x Grandmother) 103309219 Dietrich Meyer (3x Grandfather) 103309183
102034929 Hello Tammy John Owen Blackmore is my 2nd great uncle. Just wondering if we are related. I have an early photo of him and Elizabeth with their first born Elizabeth Sarah. Would you mind if I put it on his memorial. If we are not related, would you consider transferring the memorial to me. thanks so much. Would love to hear from you
Good Evening. You seem to have listed most of my father's ancestors in the US starting with Balthasar Daum (AKA Balser), my g-g-grandfather. I assume "Balser" comes in because an English speaker her "Balser" when a German says "Balthasar". You also have my grandfather, Joseph Daum, Jr. and his mother, Mollie Eads Daum. Joseph, Sr's headstone is on the photo with Mollie but there is no separate discussion.
Margaret Liebler DeBeVoise Zitt is my father's aunt on his mother's side. His mother, my grandmother (Clara), is the youngest of the four daughters of Fred Liebler and Bertha Baierlein (Margaret's page says "Berlin" rather than "Baierlein). Bertha remarried a man named Dornbush in Burns, Kansas after Fred's death. Bertha's headstone is on a page maintained by Water Man IV.
Your page says you are related to most of the people you have listed. I wonder what the relation is, if any.
My mom's mother died in 1934 when my mom was 2 weeks old. I'm trying to put together all the info I can find on her mother's family through Find A Grave.
Her mother's name was Margaret Louise Vogt Strunk (born 11/05/1912).
Margaret's parents were Rev. Emil Carl Vogt (born 07/10/1863 in Switzerland) and Emma Marie Schwarzkopf Vogt (born 07/10/1874 in Edwardsville, IL).
To find Emma's family, I looked for other Schwarzkopfs born in Edwardsville and found Margaret Louise Eberhart Schwarzkopf (born 07/27/1862) who married Albert Schwarzkopf (born 11/23/1859 in Philadelphia), both of whose Find A Grave records you manage.
The reason for my long note is to ask if (after looking at the information above) you believe that Emma Marie Schwarzkopf Vogt was the sister of Albert Schwarzkopf. Albert was 15 years older than Emma, so it is very possible that their parents moved from Philadelphia to Edwardsville between their births. My great-grandmother (Emma) and Albert's wife (Margaret) were both born in Edwardsville. However, the most compelling evidence of a close relationship is that Emma Vogt named my mom's mother after Albert's wife, Margaret Louise.
If you believe this connection is in fact accurate, could you please connect Emma and Albert as siblings? Because you state in your profile that you are related to most of the records that you manage, I would be very interested in knowing if and how you are related, as this would be another piece of my mom's history that I can share with her.
Findagrave Friend I realize some time ago I added you as a findagrave friend. Then while looking at some of you "virtual cemeteries" I saw that you listed my Grandfather. Now I see how we are related :) My Grandfather was Ralph Alfred Davis. I am currently doing research on your family for my cousin, I will enjoying reviewing your memorials. Donna
Transfers Tammy, I would like to have several close relatives transferred to me for maintenance. They are: Oliver Charles Thurnau #110249597 Lelia Rosina Thurnau Noll #110957476 Edwin John Noll #110957897 Jeanette Mildred Thurnau Taylor #107110141 Mary Frances Liebler Thurnau #110249294 Joseph Liebler #1073378946 Thank you for your consideration. Mary Rottmann #48035264