|Donald Reindl (#47218224)|
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1) OECONYMS: Slovenian gravestones often contain oeconyms (farm/house names, hišna imena). Sometimes it isn't clear which name is the surname and which the oeconym. In some cases I've entered oeconyms as surnames when no surname is available. Corrections are appreciated. Try searching an individual Slovenian cemetery by first name instead of last name if you think a memorial may have been entered using an oeconym.
2) DIACRITICS: This site no longer searches for many special characters (čšž äöüß etc.); searching for them returns reconfigured names (e.g., looking for "Božič" returns only "Boi"). To find such records, try searching by truncated last names ("Bo" for "Božič"), and/or first names that don't have diacritics ("Zofija Bo" for "Zofija Božič," "Marica" for "Marica Črv"). (Select "Do partial name search on surname".) Also try scanning known cemeteries ("View all interments"), which is a good idea anyhow because of spelling variations.
Another option: enter "site:.findagrave.com" (without quotes) followed by a space and the name you are searching for into your web browser (e.g., "site:.findagrave.com božič").
3) ALPHABETIZATION: Names with diacritics don't properly alphabetize (ČABC...XÜYZÄÖŠŽ), so be sure to scan up and down lists when searching.
4) WRONG CHARACTERS: This site used to convert some letters with diacritics (e.g., č > è). I've updated my entries to fix this (please let me know if you see any I missed).
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|EdnaCMc||Mt Hope cemetery|
Thank you so much for the work you have done in translating some of these headstones.
Added by EdnaCMc on Apr 17, 2014 4:58 PM
|EdnaCMc||Mt Hope cemetery|Added by EdnaCMc on Apr 17, 2014 4:57 PM
The reason I ask is because I thought there was a problem with the date on the stone. I did not think he was part of the second group of "survivors".
Added by Joanie on Apr 11, 2014 8:33 AM
Cherry Mine Disaster. May I ask where you got his birth information. I am distantly related. His brother was my great uncle.
Also, the date of death, was he rescued, and died later?
Thanks, Joanie, at the Museum
Streatorland Historical Society
Added by Joanie on Apr 11, 2014 8:24 AM
|Robin ||Pavel Pestotnik|
I went to Mt Olivet to take a photo of the grave marker for Pavel Pestotnik. The cemetery does not have a record of his being buried at Mt Olivet. There is however a John Pestotnik 1927 - 1985. John is the Pestotnik located in PIII Mausoleum, not Pavel. There wasn't a memorial for John so I created one and attached a photo.
Added by Robin on Apr 09, 2014 10:07 AM
|Rickey Bellamy||Claire Taylor.|
That was a very interesting article on the deceased. Thank you for sharing it with me. I have added the link.
|L Evans||RE: Candus C. Powell Menard (126385437)|
Added by L Evans on Mar 18, 2014 11:44 AM
|leslie||RE: Rozaline Petranen Manzelka|
Thank You. Makes sense to me. I will make the change
Added by leslie on Mar 02, 2014 10:25 AM
|leslie||Rozaline Petranen Manzelka|
You sent a correction for her maiden and last name. Can you please explain to me why it is one way on her marker and your correction another way so I can feel comfortable making your suggestion corrections?
Added by leslie on Mar 02, 2014 8:11 AM
|Michael Harrington||Anna Jeho Manzelka Moulis|
Bohemian National Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 62648592
I just need a little help on this one before I make any corrections because I'm not to sure. It does say "Jeho Manzelka" on Anna's headstone. Is that not part of her name or does that mean something different?
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