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REMEMBER: The United States Social Security Death Index ONLY gives the last known address or location lived in and the state where the number was issued. It does NOT mean that the person was born there or died there. |
DO NOT TAKE ANY PHOTOS FROM THE MEMORIALS THAT I CREATE AND MAINTAIN AND ADD THEM TO THE MEMORIALS THAT YOU CREATE AS YOUR PHOTO (EVEN IF YOU GIVE ME CREDIT)! THAT IS STEALING!!! I AND I ALONE HOLD THE COPYRIGHT TO THAT PHOTO THAT I TOOK. The photos I add are from the many hours I spend walking the cemeteries to document them by taking pictures of the headstones. If you have created a "burial unknown" memorial and then are informed that they are in a cemetery with a memorial and photo added, and you move yours to that cemetery, DO NOT TAKE MY PHOTOS AND ADD THEM TO YOUR MEMORIALS! Just ASK ME NICELY to add them to your memorials so we do not have duplicates. But if you add the memorial AFTER I added mine (the date created will be the truth of when it's created) then you are deliberately adding a duplicate (against the rules) and will be asked to remove yours.
PLEASE DO NOT POST PHOTOS OF OBITUARIES ON MEMORIALS. ANY MEMORIALS THAT HAVE OBITUARY PHOTOS PLACED ON THEM WILL BE REPORTED TO FINDAGRAVE TO BE REMOVED. THESE ARE NOT ALLOWED. PLEASE TRANSCRIBE (TYPE) THE OBITUARY OUT AND STATE THE PAPER AND DATE AND SEND IT THROUGH THE EDIT TAB TO BE ADDED TO THE BIO SECTION.
ALSO, PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE VITAL INFORMATION (BIRTH AND/OR DEATH INFORMATION, PARENT INFORMATION, ETC. ON THE VIRTUAL FLOWER SECTION. THAT IS NOT WHAT IT IS FOR AND I WILL HAVE IT REMOVED. CLICK THE EDIT BUTTON AND SUBMIT THE INFORMATION THERE (INCLUDE WHERE YOU FOUND IT) AND I WILL ADD IT TO THE BIO SECTION. THANK YOU.
DO NOT LEAVE TRANSFER REQUESTS, EDITS OR OBITUARIES ON THIS PAGE. PLEASE CLICK THE MEMORIAL EDIT TAB AND SEND IT THAT WAY. IF YOU LEAVE IT HERE, IT WILL BE DELETED AND IGNORED.
A NOTE ABOUT HEADSTONE TRANSCRIPTION SECTION: I do not add them unless they are hard to read on the headstone photo. If the word wife, husband, child, daughter, son, brother, sister, etc is CLEARLY seen on the headstone, I will not add it to the memorial and will decline the edits submitted for it. It's not a necessary item. The most important information will be added. Thank you.
Note about the Edit selections: FROM NOW ON!!!!!....I will NOT accept ANY edit until I have researched what is sent. To make the edits faster, emailing me the information at the same time would make it easier to know WHERE the information is coming from and this includes FAMILY LINKS.
If you do send an edit, I will do research before I post the edits. I may accept or decline your edits. Please be sure to READ the email that is sent you from findagrave telling you if your edit has been approved or declined. If it has been declined, READ the reason why in your email. When an edit is declined we have to choose from a drop down menu as to why the decline is being made so the email will reflect this and at times I will put more information in with the decline.
FYI: Ancestry.com is NOT a source. It is a location where to put your family tree. Documented sources are Birth and Death records/indexes, census for some of the information, military records, obituaries, etc.
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|Maryanne61||Memorial Marker Photo of William and wife Annie Eisenlohr|
Wow! Thank you so much for adding the photos of William and Annie Eisenlohr's memorial marker.
His father, Wilhelm Otto Eisenlohr (1825 - 1887), emigrated from Germany, and he and his wife and children settled in Philadelphia starting the Eisenlohr Tobacco Company. The Eisenlohrs were prominent Philadelphia businessmen. They were millionaires. The other son, Otto E Eisenlohr, married my aunt's great-grandmother, and I learned about the Eisenlohrs researching my aunt's family tree. Otto Eisenlohr built a beautiful mansion, and today it belongs to the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia (where I was born and raised).
I will look up wife Annie's birth date so you can add it to the Find A Grave Memorial page you created for her. Thank you again for assisting me:)
|RjS||William Eisenlohr #79765121|
I have contacted my sis who is marr to an Eisenlohr of this family. She has the person in question's death certificate. I found his death notice in Chicago (Newspapers.com).I found his death record on Ancestry.com stating he was a widower. We feel your entry and mine are one and the same. The family did not know of his marriage until this time. There is a family conflict as to his correct date of birth. I will start research on his wife Annie. Please merge your entry with mine. It would be kind of you to add your photo. RjS
Added by RjS on Jun 28, 2016 2:33 PM
|Rita Sporrer||Marie Vondra Korinek|
Thank you for the information about how graves are labeled or found at BNC. I have copies of records from BNC, and that is how they are labeled in the records. Not having been at the cemetery in almost 20 years, and only being there once for a couple hours give me a huge disadvantage to knowing how it is really labeled.
Thanks for getting those photos for the Spohr and Fuller family! I was not sure who would be nearby, and glad that at least the Fuller family were near the Spohr family.
I have the location for Hugo Mahr (111420315) - Section 120, Lot 125 next time you are able to go back.
Whenever I am able to get there again (hopefully August) I will get the locations for at least a couple of others memorials.
|M W Bencal||Arthur Felsenthal #165159205|
Hi Grave Recorder,
On the 16th of this month you created a memorial for Arthur Felsenthal and transferred him to me, but I could not find him on my tree. I kept the page to his memorial open all this time, searching for him off and on, and finally today, I found him! He was on my tree all the time! There have been some glitches with ancestry dot com recently where I have clicked to open the link to a Find A Grave memorial, and the memorial for a completely different person opens, and where I search for people on my tree who are know are there, I cannot find them, so maybe this is what happened with my searches for Arthur.
Arthur was my 1st cousin 3 times removed. I have linked him to his parents. :-)
Thank you for all you have done to help me with my research, and all that you do to remember those who have passed.
M W Bencal
I am so excited to have just learned the location of burial of my ancestors, Gustav & Albertena Sakrzewsky. May I please ask for your permission to include the beautiful photos you have taken of their headstones, in my Family Tree file?
Thank you for the time & effort you have put into the findagrave site!!
Added by Gwen M. on Jun 26, 2016 3:22 PM
|John Early Andrews||RE: Helena M. Recktenwald|
I can't thank you enough for your kindness.
|jumpin jer||RE: John and Lucy Smith Photos|
You're welcome ; it is our pleasure
|Dan Oh||RE: Lt. Thomas Richard Temple|
How should we cite the photo? Photo Courtesy of ____
Conversley, if you just want to go to this website: http://www.chescoheroes.org/290/Temple-Thomas-R which is his hall of heroes entry, you can post the photo, mention what cemetery it is located and put your own citation for the photo.
Either way, your assistance is appreciated. I'll go after the others.
Added by Dan Oh on Jun 22, 2016 7:53 PM
|M W Bencal||Sylvan S. Kahn #115964405|
Hi Grave Recorder,
Thank you SO MUCH for locating and sending me the death notice for Sylvan S. Kahn. Sylvan was my 1st cousin 2 times removed. His sister, Marion, first married Paul Kuhn. After Paul died, and after my maternal grandmother died, my grandfather married Marion. Marion and my grandmother were first cousins.
M W Bencal
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