|R Sherepa||re: photo James Huron|
I just submitted a problem as James Huron is not in the records at Calvary Cemetery in Duluth. I saw in MN death records that he died in Ramsey co.(150 miles away.) Perhaps he is in a Calvary down there, not so far north.
Do you have any info on where Jane Shields may be located. I would glad to take a picture for you if we had any idea where she may be laid to rest. This cemetery does have a map that a boy scout laid out a few years ago for his Eagle Scout project but there is no Jane Shields listed on there. There are so many graves that are listed on it as unknown. They are unknown for many reasons. One reason for this is that the headstones are so old & weathered that you can't read them & some are just falling apart because they look like they were made out of a very soft stone & they are just flaking away. That is the case for James Shields. His stone is also old and is weathered so bad you can't even make out the dates with the naked eye looking at it. I even talked to the scout who mapped out the cemetery & he stated that there are no records even at the church because there had been a few fires there many years ago where they have lost some records. Plus they had even checked at the court house & the Historic Society to try to get some more info & there just isn't much more to go on. The only other thing that I can think of is if or somebody you know is in the area of the Westmoreland County Court House go there to see if you can find any info as for James Shields dates.I only live a mile from Congruity & I would be happy to take the photo for you if you have any more info for her. As for James, my photo is the same as the one posted for him. Like I stated earlier his is so weathered it is even hard to read with your own eyes. If I can be of any more help let me know.
Added by NJMascia on Oct 05, 2015 9:26 AM
I sent a message before but I forgot to include that your photo request for a James & Jane Shields is for the Congruity Cemetery in New Alexandria Westmoreland County
Added by NJMascia on Oct 03, 2015 12:21 PM
I see that you requested a photo for a James Shields & A Jane Shields. I took a picture of James Shields headstone but I seen where there is one all ready taken & posted for James. Check to see if you can find it if not let me know & I will post mine for him. Then I could not fine a Jane Shields but I did find a Elizabeth could this be the one your looking for. Let me know.
Added by NJMascia on Oct 03, 2015 12:16 PM
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Albert Sasko, photo request|
Hi, This is a very large cemetery (to large to walk with out information) Could you please contact the Woodlawn Memorial Park office- Phone: 407-293-1361 to retrieve the Plot/Section information. I would be happy to take photo for you.
|Rhonda Roederer||RE: Herman Breitfield not son of Gustav Breitfield|
This change was in "as pending". I couldn't get it to make the change of removing the son from Gustav family. I transferred the memorial, so hopefully you will have better success in getting it corrected.
|RiverFallsHistory||RE: Wyman T Weeks|
He is listed in the cemetery records. I don't know anything else about him other than that.
|Kasz Maciag||Morrison request|
No permanent stone exists for Charles and Bina Morrison at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Seattle. Have placed flowers as a market at gravesite (East section, row 5, graves #115/116).
I found short obits for David and Lawson Fayerweather. If you don't already have them I would be glad to send them to you.
Added by Sheryl on Jul 18, 2015 1:43 PM
|Carol Froehlich||RE: Are we related|
I haven't connected my husband's family yet to a woman names Bertha Froelich. My husband's family spelled their names with the middle "h" and lived in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. There are Froelich's who lived in Froelich, Iowa. John Froelich was the first inventor of the tractor. I have reason to believe my husband's family was related to them.
It is a very small world though.... I am a friend of Marian (related to the Limperts) and we were just talking about Otto, Leona and Wally the other day. :-)
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