|Susanne D (#47550160)|
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Lives in Evanston, Illinois. |
Please feel free to use any of my photos for your own research. If I find additional information (plot location or burial date) I type it in the photo caption, so be sure to check the caption. Most of the memorials I have added are extra photos taken while fulfilling a photo request and are not family. I am glad to transfer. sbritta1ATyahoo.com.
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Susanne thank you so much for the photo of James and Mary Tierney's stone. I understand it has deteriorated a lot yet still sanding. Thank you again, really appreciate your efforts.
|R Johnson||ABT Memorial|
User error on my part regarding correct spelling of Abt. Thank you for the invaluable service that you provide.
What a beautiful photo. Thank you so much. And thank you for your trouble and thoughtfulness in adding the info to the photo. Very appreciated.
Hello Susanne, I see you recently posted a photo to the memorial of Servatius Fischer, Memorial# 160997539. I read your caption on the photo, which mentions that "there is no stone marking the grave of Servatius Fischer, only Joseph and May", does this mean that Servatius is at rest beside Joseph and May ? I am puzzled why you posted the photo to the memorial of Servatius ? There is a stone in the photo, but it is at a Distance, flush with the ground and unreadable, as the photo of it was taken. Have you posted the photo to a memorial for Joseph Fischer and May Fischer?
Added by Sandie on May 20, 2016 10:56 PM
Thank you Susanne for taking the time to try and photograph Edward's headstone. I appreciate you downloading the photo of the area where the headstone would have been placed. Please know your efforts on my behalf were greatly appreciated.
Added by Valerie on May 20, 2016 3:22 PM
|Joseph Edward Merle||John Jobst|
Thank you for your nearly immediate response to my request for a photo of the headstone of John Jobst. I see that you took 2 photos of the site. I assume that the top photo is the general site with the headstone on the right being that of John and Theresa. That being the case, I am curious as to who stones are those on the left. Did you happen to observe them and might they also be members of the Jobst family? There appears to be many Jobst's interred at St. Boniface and l am wondering if John's father, Simon may be nearby. Do you recall the plot location for John and Theresa?
Thank you again. I surely apprciate your effort to help.
|mcagen||149063668 Mary R Cook|
Thanks again for transferring George W Cook to me (my GGG Grandfather), in my haste, I missed his wife (same monument).
All the best and thanks so much for your work.
Added by mcagen on May 11, 2016 7:29 PM
|Lisa Lupo||Mary Redden|
Hello I see you fulfilled a photo request for Mary Redden, however, I do not see the graves with her name on them. Are there names visible on the stones?
|Diane Lohff||RE: Bouchanville|
I called the office and asked them to email me the list of Bouchonvilles buried at Calvary. I just received it and there were only 7 names. I asked him to check under a different spelling like Bushonville but he said there were no others. I'm curious now about the "more than 20" Bouchonvilles you saw. Were they all buried together or at different locations? I don't know how to proceed from here to find the rest of them. Any ideas? Thanks for your help. Diane
|Diane Lohff||RE: Bouchanville|
The next time you go to Calvary would you mind asking the office if there are any more Bouchonvilles buried besides the four you found? Theodore had several children who lived and died in the area and I haven't been able to find out where they are buried. Thanks again. Diane
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