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Curious (#47353336)
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Bio Photo Hello and welcome to my page.
I feel that everyone deserves to be remembered, and I have always loved history, so this site combines those things perfectly. When you send me info., or corrections, please be patient, and use the EDIT TAB if possible. I will be sure to take care of them. I do not post the names of living people.
If I have posted information about a relative
of yours, you may use it for your ancestry purposes. I am very careful about accuracy.
Please use the tab for corrections, it saves time. Thank you. You may also E-MAIL ME, at -- --. If you do, be sure to put find-a-grave in the subject line, I DELETE ALL unknown senders.
I am currently researching the following names.
Some of the SURNAMES I'm focusing on are:
Most of these names are from England originally, while St. Aubin and LaTarte are from France. The St. Aubins went from France to Canada, to the Detroit, Michigan area rather early on.
Their real name was Casse, and they adopted St. Aubin, because it noted the area of France that they were from.
Here are some of the names I am researching........
--Ellis, St.Aubin, LaTarte (or Leterte), Worthington, Jeanne(s),Robertjeannes, Thomas, Nye, Gowell, Paulsden, Ballard,Freton,Winslow, Worthington, DeBosco, Farington, Worden, Hodson,Bayley, Travis, Hillman, Chase, Burgess, Nickerson,Taylor,Green, Baker, Holder, Townley, Freeman, Tupper, Gator, Lunk, Beching, Thurborne, Brooke, Masterson, and Rye. Most of the second half of these names were related to my Ellis line. I do have more information on these family lines, if anyone is interested. And they were from England originally and then in the early 1600's, went to Massachusetts, New York, Maine, PA, Ohio, and Michigan. And relatives of my direct ancestors went to Texas, CA, and some southern states. Ellis people can also be from Wales, but could still be kin if you went back far enough.

******* HUNGARIAN SURNAMES ***********

Pinkoczy--Kiraly and Kulscar--- I have run into brick walls on these hungarian lines.
Please be polite and ask, don't demand one. If you do , you will be ignored. At times, if I am not related, I will transfer non-qualifying entries to you. I often will TRANSFER ONLY within the established find-a-grave guidelines, unless I am equally, or more closely related than the person making the request. If you have only received many transfers, and have created NONE, I am less likely to make a non-required transfer to you, quite honestly. This should be a cooperative effort. If you have information to be added, or corrections, please let me know and I will add it to the person's memorial. I make edits promptly, but allow 30 days before contacting administration. I enjoy this hobby, but I have a regular life to live and keep up with! Thank you in advance for your courtesy.
**** PLEASE REMEMBER**************
The find-a-grave transfer policy does NOT include aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, etc. Some exceptions are made, on a case by case basis. I work hard at adding memorials to honor people who have passed away. You can add them to your virtual cemeteries either way, add flowers for them, and submit info to me to be added to their memorial. Please be sure that info. is correct. I'll be happy to help you in other ways when I can, right now that does not include taking photos.
IT DOES APPLY to: parents, grandparents,great grandparents, siblings, children, grandchildren,grt. grandchildren, WITHIN these 4 generations ONLY!!
It is not about the numbers for me, or even ownership, but rather fairness & cooperation.

I hope that you enjoy this interesting activity, and family ancestry as much as I have. I am happy to be making a contribution, and creating these memorials. And may God bless you and yours.


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steve byron
RE: Maude Crisall / Jack Greco
You're very welcome. Glad to help. steve
Added by steve byron on Sep 20, 2014 12:15 PM
RE: Frank Puhl
Thank you for adding his memorial page! Janet
Added by kinspin on Aug 27, 2014 2:51 PM
Linda {Davis} Kress
Esther Barbara Taylor Lloyd
Please link Esther to John B Taylor as he is the father! And I am looking for Sarah Jane Bennett and believe she is in Pittsburgh! Thanks, Linda (Davis) Kress #47427217
Added by Linda {Davis} Kress on Jul 20, 2014 10:22 AM
Linda {Davis} Kress
John B Taylor
John B Taylor married to Sarah Bennett and you have missed a child. George A Taylor b. 1849 d. 1921. I have added the father to 2 of the children that I maintain. E-mail me please...thanks. Linda
Added by Linda {Davis} Kress on Jul 16, 2014 1:14 PM
RE: Eva Lopez
Yes. I am a contributor. I put Faye and David in. I grew up with all of them. I'm going to get ahold of Eva's kids and ask about Dave and finish the info. Not sure where Eva, Faye, Mary and Dave were born...I think I know but have to be sure.
Added by Marcy on Jun 13, 2014 6:52 AM
RE: Eva Lopez
Thank you for your reply so quickly. I just added her brother, Dave but I don't know where he is buried yet. I'll have to speak with Eva's kids. I'm just trying to hold myself together before I go over to the house. I found an obit. for Eva on the News Herald site. I'll see about getting that put on for her later. Her husband is buried at Michigan Memorial, too. I'm going to have to get that info so that they can be linked. We were like sisters when we were young.

Thanks again.
Marcy @47586361
Added by Marcy on Jun 12, 2014 4:38 AM
Lynn Simon
Helen Gienapp edit
Sent you an edit to link Helen Fischer-Gienapp to her parents. Helen is a first cousin, once removed. Just wanted you to know the relationship so that you can trust my edit. You will be linking her to 3 previous generations in America. Thank you.

Added by Lynn Simon on Jun 04, 2014 2:08 PM
Kristina Ten Eyck
RE: George Fedorka # 111242460
You're welcome, it's nice when we can all help each other out!
Added by Kristina Ten Eyck on May 27, 2014 9:43 AM
K. Staubitz
Thomas "Shamus" Burke
Hi there. Just wanted to let you know that I've been in contact with the township regarding Mr. Burke. They do not have any paperwork on his burial yet so they were unable to tell me where he's located in the cemetery. I went by there today though and checked in the area some other Burkes are buried. There seems to be disturbed ground and fresh flowers in Lot 727 near some of the others so I figure there's a good chance he's there. Graves 6, 7, & 8 are owned by the Burke family and 9 is listed as "available" last I knew, so it's likely he'll be within those numbers. Will update you with more when I find it out.
Added by K. Staubitz on May 02, 2014 3:01 PM
Good catch, I meant to go back and add it. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Thank you for all you do!
Added by Lori on Feb 06, 2014 11:15 AM
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