First and foremost... Many thanks to the two interpreters that have been a tremendous help: Nicholas Maskalick and Frank Klawonn
Our Motto: No Cemetery too big, no Cemetery too small, if we can't find a marker, it's not there at all! We, the genealogist and the photographer, really enjoy being volunteers for Find-a-Grave. It is very gratifying to be helping others and making new friends. Also, it is enjoyable seeing the earlier generation's monuments, crypts and markers. We are a retired military family (USMC). After over 22 years we settled in Pittsburgh, Pa. Charlie is from Tennessee, Mary grew up in Pittsburgh. (Mary won the tossup.) Thanks to all for the great responses of our findings. They are the icing on the cake!
John Schoedel/Schoetel Wanted to thank you for posting the picture of the monument for John and Catherine at the Allegheny Cemetery. The top portion of the monument shows the spelling Schoedel and the bottom has Schoetel. On all the paperwork I have seen regarding this family it is spelled Shadle or Shadel. Just thought I'd post the additional spellings with you. Thanks again for posting it. They are my great great grandparents.
Hughes sisters Thank you much for all the markers for them and their families...I recall you all doing it for Alice Hughes Kalkstein in the past. Keep up your fine efforts as they are much appreciated. These are my wife's relation. Patrick O'Flaherty, Lodi, CA.