|Jen Whiteree (#47629591)|
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I have recently gotten very involved with my mother's genealogical records for our family which she has been working on for over twenty years. She did it "Old-School" with trips all over to cemeteries, libraries and court-houses.|
I have been able to put together a lot of the missing pieces of our family puzzle doing internet research, but am grateful for the solid foundation and records my mom has. With her "Old-School", and my "New-School", we have expanded our family heritage tremendously.
I am very interested in the Mooars from New Hampshire and those that moved to Kentucky. Also Pittsburgh German Immigrants, to include my family of Beiles, Wittgartners and Weavers.
I also research the Killian/Killion line from Andreas Killian of Lincoln Co. NC.
I am close to Washington, D.C., and have access to the Genealogy Library at the Library of Congress, so if there is ever anything obscure you would like me to research for you, please let me know.
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|R Durschinger||Marian Alexander|
Do you know if she is buried with possibly other Alexander family in Mt. Royal? Or, could she be with other family members with a different last name.
Checked and couldn't find record just for her.
Please let me know and I'll continue to check. Ruth
|JeMM||Mary Frances Crabill Koontz at Manassas Cemetery|
Thank you for your effort to find the headstone for Mary Frances Crabill Koontz. Obviously, the only headstone is for her son. Possibly the family did not add a headstone for her with all that they were experiencing at the time. Melyssa Webb also added a headstone for her son to this same memorial noting that "There are a few unmarked graves in this plot one of which may have been his mother's. Her name is at least mentioned on this stone."
One of these unmarked graves may hold her remains and be the location where she is buried. Nevertheless, I do appreciate your willingness to seek her grave!
May you find joy in helping others through your volunteer effort on behalf of Find A Grave.
Thanks again so much! Keep up the good work!
Added by JeMM on Aug 23, 2014 1:21 PM
|JANICE MCCREIGHT||Mary McKibbin|
Thank you for checking the cemetery for me. I'm assuming there was no headstone. I really appreciate your time and efforts in checking this for me. Janice
|Margaret Espaillat||Frances Wyatt|
Thanks for going to the trouble of trying to find Frances's headstone. It's disappointing that there is not one there, but I appreciate the effort you put into it all the same.
|Alex Roller||RE: Loretta Rohr (#39459343)|
Thanks for the burial information.
Have a great day!
|Brendan||Findagrave Memorial # 81408404|
Hello. Have you trued contacting St. Michael's parish? I have a lot of family buried in that cemetery and was told by the parish priest that the burials only go up to the 1940's. However, the parish holds records from the 1930's to today. I hope I was of some help.
Added by Brendan on Feb 10, 2014 8:45 AM
|Jan robinson||Mary Johnson|
Thank you for the photo. I appreciate it.
|JANICE MCCREIGHT||Muddiman headstone|
Thank you so much for your time and trouble. I really appreciate it.
|CMB||John Henry Piper tombstone|
Thank you so much for following up on the request. I am not sure if I thanked you for taking your time.
Added by CMB on Aug 21, 2013 11:33 AM
|Denise Rains Willis||Frances Wyatt|
Many thanks for trying to fulfill my photo request. I appreciate the effort and the information about her grave and the cemetery.
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