Bob and I have completely different interests except for computers. Many entries were made when we were new at this hobby. I am adding facts when I can to create more complete Memorial Pages like adding dates and locations when possible from the census with links to other family members. Please do not nag me or hound me with numerous pages of marriage links or maiden names that I listed as middle names. I am getting around to them. If that is all you can find that I did wrong, I did well. We are not the greatest typists. We will fix our errors with a smile.
Our e-mail address: Removed due to many virus attacks with expensive repair fees on a volunteer paycheck.
Refresher of the Find A Grave guidelines:
1) Transfers - We transfer to relatives according to the guidelines. Immediate bloodlines: parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. No transfers - cousins, aunts, uncles, step-children of someone, etc.
2) Photos: Ask before you just take or use. We did the walking and picture taking, not you. Permission will not be granted for any photos we have taken for use on any other website, free or paid. Photos were taken for Find A Grave use.
Contributed facts: "Cut and Paste" with credit going to the contributor. This was much easier to do before the edit tab. Now I just hit ACCEPT and the name of the contributor is gone.
Ling Don Arizona summer is approaching quickly. Today it reached 95. Even for us that is early. Hardly any rain at my house all winter even during the so called rainy season. They opened up a new cemetery at Marana for the veterans. It is smack in the middle of farm land and has a wonderful mountain view. Only a couple burials as it just opened about a month ago. I get it photographed soon. My brother was just buried there so I have a legit reason to photograph. KEF
Myrtle Alice Grant #66648985 Hi, Myrtle was my great grandmother and I would appreciate it if this record could be transferred to me. Thank you so much for adding this record. Find a Grave is a such a great source of information. Thank you, Toya
Roxie Brown memorial #74618723 this is my source for requested edits: Name Roxie Brown Event Type Death Event Date 04 Aug 1957 Event Place Elmwood Park, Cook, Illinois, United States Address 1839 No 74th Ave Gender Female Age 72 Marital Status Widowed Race White Occupation Housewife Birth Date 23 Aug 1884 Birthplace Dunkirk, , Indiana Funeral Home Orville J Schmaedeke Burial Place Worth Township, , Illinois Cemetery Holy Sepulchre Father's Name John W Rees Mother's Name Emma Mckinley Informant's Name John R Brown Entry Number 2149 Nannette
Martina Ornee Hahn Hi, Thank you for making the additions so quickly to Tina's memorial. Also thanks for giving me credit for the info. I appreciate it, but did not expect it. Do thanks again. Sharon Haskin Galitz, #47286210
James Costantino hi! You have provided photos of the grave sites for Philip J. Costantino and his wife, Rose. Their son, my fiance, James Costantino was buried on March 19. He was cremated in FL and his remains were sent to Chicago to be buried with his parents. I am not familiar with how requests work but would it be possible in a few months to take a picture of the stone? I would not want a special trip or anything like that. If you charge for this service, that would be awesome too. Please let me know. Thanks, Kim
RE: Mrs. Bock I apologize for being so persistent; but is there no way to get this error corrected? I have found find-a-grave to be a wonderful resource for information and as a volunteer myself, I would want to be sure that it is as reliable as possible. Thanks.
RE: Mrs. Carl Bock Thank you for responding. Mrs. Carl Bock nee Doris Piper (original sp. Pieper) was born in New Holstein, WI on 4/24/1853. She and Carl were married 9/17/1873. They had 4 sons: Herman Bock bn 1874, Arthur Bock bn 1876, Charles Bock bn 1878, and Harry Bock bn 1881. Carl deserted Doris and the boys in 1881 and she divorced him in 1887. Carl was living in Chicago at this time. Doris later married my great-grandfather Fred Prueter; had 2 more children and they then moved to California around 1900. She died in Lebam, Washington on 7/2/1935. The Carl Bock who was married to my great grandmother was born in Germany in April 1848. He was a store clerk in New Holstein when married to Doris. In the 1880 census, Doris and Carl were caring for two children besides their 3 sons. These two boys belonged to Doris' brother Carl Pieper, whose wife had died. Their names were Johann and Oskar Pieper. They returned to their father's home when he remarried. -MJG
Carl Bock memorial# 51016380 I have a question about the information in this memorial. It lists Doris Bock as wife and Harry Bock as a son. Doris Bock was my great grandmother and I do not think this Carl Bock is the correct one. Could you tell me the source of this info? Thank you.