|Patrick Murphy (#47037730)|
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Hello, I'm a Retired person that's very interested in searching cemeterys around the Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Area. I'm also into Genealogy. |
I put a lot of research into each person's history for the tombstone.
I try to be correct on all information, but I do make mistakes the odd time.
So if anybody notices a error please inform me & I will gladly correct it.
St. Agatha RC
St. Peter's Lutheran
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|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Elizabeth Reist Schnarr|
Thank you so much for linking her to her parents. As always, your quick response is so much appreciated.
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Kramp family|
Just wanted to thank you for linking up my Kramp family members to your site so quickly. I appreciate all your hard work and dedication. My grandmother, Anna Kramp, came to New York in 1898 and married and had a large family of ten. So, the bloodline continues down here with all her numerous descendants in all walks of life.I appreciate your kindness.
|Dale White||Salm Family|
Hi Pat, Never found the tombstone, so many are broken and aged. Feel free to add anything you like. Dale
All of my family is either in New Dundee or Mount Hope, I cannot be sure but Maria Reiber is there with her husband John Hillgartner but I see you have Henry Reiber as not being her brother. I was pretty sure her mom was Catherine Schnarr but she is also Henry's son. They are buried in the old section. Also, John Kock and Catherine Hoffman are buried beside their daughter Anna Marie Hoffman-Hillgartner. Their stone has shifted and if it falls it is gone forever. Please let me know if you can sort the Reiber's out for me.
|Beverly Lackenbauer||Emma Boonowski Lackenbauer|
Just wanted to let you know that I have finally found the correct spelling of Emma's maiden name. On the 1881 Cencus for Canada is the family of Bojanowski.
Johannes (father) 15 Apr 1831 Germany
Wilhemina Olebenski (mother) 22 Oct 1832 Germany
Herman Sep 1865 Germany (moved to Michigan, USA)
Adolph 1867 Germany (moved to Michigan, USA)
John Mar 1871 Germany (m, Barbara Lackenbauer)
Eda (or Ida) 23 Dec 1873 Germany (m. Gustave Luening)
Emma Louise 24 Jun 1876 Germany (m. John Lackenbauer)
John (1871) and Barabara (Lackenbauer) daughter, Vernia P signed her name "Boyanosky" on her marriage certificate. But all the rest of the family spelled it Bojanowski.
Hope this helps,
|Elizabeth Gibson||Thank you Patrick Murphy|
Thank you for creating the pages for my grandparents Albertine Elizabeth Luedke Naryko, and Frank Naryko. I've been looking for any information on them for such a long time. Finding these pages brought me a lot of joy. What you do is amazing and beautiful. Thank you very much, and take care.
Thank you so much for filling my request for my great-great-grandfather's headstone. I had given up hope that someone would take the photo since the request was so long ago. I really appreciate your time and effort!!
Added by Linda on Sep 17, 2014 3:31 PM
|Margaret C Cowles||Blair Cemetery|
You missed adding it to Orpha Bell Cassel Goddard's memorial also. Thanks for your help with all this. I'm working on Ancestry and F.A.G. at the same time.
Old age, senior moment, etc. LOL
|Margaret C Cowles||Blair Cemetery|
Would you be so kind as to put your lovely photos of the Cassel, Gehman, Goddard family into each of the persons listed on each of the stones?
The Cassel stone gives 4 people and the other one two.
Thanks for the photos and the additional effort, but only you can take care of your photos.
|Margaret C Cowles||RE: Milton & Kathryn Schwindt|
Sweetie, next time please use the EDIT. You were one of two people who just today sent me corrections. There were no memorial numbers from either of you nor was it done in the memorial's EDIT. So it took me awhile to locate them.
You're correct about the date...and thanks for noticing. There was no excuse for Kathy's as I also had the obit to go by. LOL
I will change their dates in my tree. This is way it's so important to see the stone!!
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