|Casey Haas (#47317228)|
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I was born & raised in the Perrysburg, Ohio area. I have researched all 8 families of my great-great-grandparents. I took the research back into Germany to the late 1600s. In this country I have traced all 8 families down through their great grandchildren.|
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|Sharo ||List of all burials at St. Mary Mother of Sorrowa|
I am from Perrysburg as well...I have family that was reported to be buried at this cemetery. Do you happen to know where I might find a list of the burials and where their bodies may currently be...I am enjoying reading about the 24 individuals that are on find a grave. Mrs. Antone Missler is a relative. I am related to the George Hoffmann family, George Trowbridge family, Frank Hasel family and the Volands.
Thanks for your response.
Added by Sharo on Jul 27, 2015 5:12 PM
|Abigail V||Jehu Hockett #35372063|
Hi! As I was looing for memorials on family members, I noticed that there are two memorials for Jehu Hockett - one of which is yours. Not sure how to handle duplicates, they're basically the same except one has much less information. Just so you know - the link to the other page is #38882033.
Transfer of Earl and Hazel made. I also transferred Earl's second wife Elsie. Barb
|Carol Guinn Jenkins||Richard D. Andrews|
I sent you an e-mail but it was returned to me. Are you still on Find A Grave and are you relation to Richard D Andrews and the Blades family thru his mother? Would you please e-mail me at email@example.com? Thanks for answering this. Carol
|Carol Guinn Jenkins||Isaac O.Blades|
Hi, Just curious as to where you found Isaac's middle initial at? Was there a record with this information. What does it stand for? Isaac is my
fourth great grandfather. Thanks.
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Original Interment Book for St. Rose in Perrysburg|
I have recently come across the original records on a website that show the burials beginning in 1863. If the cemetery lost all of its records in a fire, someone had transcribed the book before the fire took place. The very first burial was before the cemetery was actually "founded in 1865" and was a Peter Haas whose interment date was 8/10/1863. Do you have this person in your tree who died a day or two before this date? It doesn't list any other info. but he needs a memorial within the cemetery on Find A Grave. I will upload the record also but if you have any info that would establish a birth and death date, that would be great for his record! Thanks, Pamela
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||RE: Eckel Family Members|
You are very welcome, Casey. Family belongs together
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Need Help With Sattler|
I have several photos for Sattlers that I have uploaded but I also have one that doesn't appear to have a memorial. The marker says George Son of Philip and Jane Sattler. The marker is broken so I can not read a date. You have a few Philip men in your tree but I don't see where one is married to a Jane. George is buried near Philip (1805-1875). ~ Uploaded Phillip, Jeneva, Fredrick, Philip, Helen & James, John & Louisa.
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Haas at St. Rose|
Also, just uploaded several Haas pictures: Vitus A, Mary E, Ralph G, Philip, Peter, George F, Vitus L, George & Mary, and infants Sophia, Lewis, George, & Margaret (whose stone is Margurite).
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Schwind's at St. Rose|
Greetings! Just thought I'd let you know that I photographed Block B today and just uploaded Magdalena, John E, John, Margaret, Peter, and Elizabeth Schwind in case you want to take a look at their site.
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