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Mamaquilts (#47164329)
 member for 7 years, 5 months, 15 days
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Bio Photo The stone in my photo says it all

"This is Me"

This stone can be found in the Mentor City Cemetery, Mentor Ohio. It is part of a family plot towards the back of the cemetery. There is a main family stone and than this one. It's not the prettiest stone by far but the guy had a sense of humor. I smile everytime I see it.

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Now to more Find A Grave stuff.

You know what truly amazes mamaquilts, is the number of people who send her an email stating that the memorial she has created is a duplicate. Then it turns out that the other memorial is a duplicate because it was created after the one that Mamaquilts made. Mamaquilts does report people who purposely create duplicates.

Please use the Edit buttons found on each memorial. They do make is much easier for updates to be done.

Please use the EDIT button for memorial transfers with a statement as to why you want to have the transfer made (family member, friend, military etc). If it falls outside of the Find A Grave rules, mamaquilts has the last say as to whether or not she'll transfer. She is very accommodating with transfers.

Please remember that most of the people here on Find A Grave are volunteers and do have lives out side of this site. Please wait the 30 days for corrections to be done.

Mamaquilts

UPDATE: Please wait for the 30 days that is required for Find A Grave correction to take place. Mamaquilts does not live on this website and makes corrections on her time as it is permitted.

In March of 2014, Mamaquilt's Dad was killed in an accident. If you would like to visit her Dad's memorial you can find it here
Herb Ford

Herb's youtube video, song by Warren Zavon, "Keep me in your heart"
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Northwoodsnormy
RE: Minnie Marie Robare Marks #83137020
Thanks I have been searching for Minnie for several years and when I happened to go into the Fairview Cemetery where her folks are buried I noticed that she was listed and I said Wow at long last. She was my favorite Gr Aunt's sister and I have located most of the siblings but not all. I am sure that she is with her husband as she only had 2 sons and they died in Oakland Co Michigan too as did their father- I have been trying to get a burial list for her husbands cemetery but so far no luck. I will Check with my cousin Danny , She was his Aunt, maybe he remembers when and where she died. Although Danny seems to ho- hum genealogy- dead is dead. Thanks for doing your part- Karen Gould Norman
Added by Northwoodsnormy on Jan 19, 2017 12:27 PM
Northwoodsnormy
Minnie Marie Robare Marks #83137020
I do not think that this is Minnie Marie Robare Marks of Manistique Michigan married to Edward Henry Marks- I always double check information and this Minnie Marie comes up on ancestry as the wife of Lyle buried in this cemetery-Both of Minnie Robare Marks sons died in Michigan- I know she is dead but not this Minnie.
Added by Northwoodsnormy on Jan 18, 2017 8:00 AM
Daniel Callahan
RE: Doris Singleton
Thanks - her 2 nieces and nephew Appreciated the info
Added by Daniel Callahan on Jan 17, 2017 6:21 PM
Christine Falis
RE: Dinya
Thank you!
Added by Christine Falis on Jan 10, 2017 7:10 PM
Christine Falis
RE: James Dinya
So, excited! Everything matches. His father was Michael Dinya. The home address matches, funeral home address matches, and the cemetery address matches! I can't wait to tell me grandfather in law. Are you related?
Added by Christine Falis on Jan 10, 2017 5:05 PM
Christine Falis
RE: James Dinya
Its the first one. Everything matches up from his death certificate. I have his birthdate too. He was married before Elizabeth "Betty". Betty is short for Elizabeth and she signed his death certificate. His first wife was Elizabeth J. Kovac and they had one son. James Dinya Jr. When she remarried he let her new husband adopt him. I will have to ask my grandfather in law James if he new this information. He is the one that gave me the death certificate and said it is his biological father. I am working on a family tree. It would be nice to find some more family. Thanks
Added by Christine Falis on Jan 10, 2017 4:48 PM
Christine Falis
James Dinya
The James Dinya I am looking for also died in Ohio and was born in Hungary.
Added by Christine Falis on Jan 10, 2017 10:34 AM
Christine Falis
James Dinya
I am wondering if this is the James Dinya I am looking for. He was first married to Elizabeth J. Kovac in 1950. They had a son James Toth. Then they divorced and he let her second husband adopt James Jr. His name now is James Stephen Toth. I am looking for a James Dinya his biological father for our family tree. The James Dinya I am searching for was b. 11/05/1907 and d. 10/03/1942. I have his death certificate from his son James Toth. Please email me at cefalis@yahoo.com if he is a match. They are both from PA. Thanks!
Added by Christine Falis on Jan 10, 2017 10:28 AM
Kiley Mann
Charles Henry Cattran
Charles Henry Cattran born 20 July 1889 Mousehole Cornwall Died Feb 1979 Cleveland, Ohio (carpenter) wife; Lucille Kincaid born 1876 Patroit,Ohio. Died 20 Feb 1935 Akron, Ohio. Buried Ravenswood, W. Va.
Residence 783 S. Maple Street Akron, Ohio ship St. Paul from Southampton to New York 29 July 1907
Declaration of Intention 14 Oct. 1913 Summit County.
WWI DRAFT (carpenter)
Witnesses Jacob Curnow and John C. Green on Petition for Naturalization 16 Jan 1916 Summit County.

( I also left it on your edit page to add data)
Added by Kiley Mann on Jan 07, 2017 3:21 AM
Scott Allen Reid
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hi, could you please transfer George Reid, Memorial#83296080. he is my uncle and his father (brother to my father) just died and i manage his memorial. this way, i have my entire family that is buried in mentor, cemetery, where i will also be someday (hopefully far into the future).
Scott Allen Reid, #49017578
Added by Scott Allen Reid on Jan 06, 2017 7:45 PM
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