|Mary Lou Hill (#47678634)|
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|Morrie||RE: Prudence Green Harburn|
I got the date of birth Dec 24 1842 from here:
Added by Morrie on May 01, 2015 1:49 PM
|Michelle Bakke-Purnell||RE: Arthur Lidgett|
Happy that I could help
|Robert Adair Wilson||RE: Jessie Muriel McPhee|
Yes, I have. Thanks, Mary Lou.
|Robert Adair Wilson||Jessie Muriel McPhee|
I'm a Find-A-Grave contributor from Victoria, BC. I saw your posting for a grave in Forest Lawn Protestant Cemetery. I wonder if you are close enough to it to do me a favour? I'm looking for a high resolution photos of the grave/headstone of my half-aunt, Jessie Muriel McPhee (nee Kerr) who is interred in Plot #119. Could you please reply to this email regarding whether you might be able to do this? Her husband, George Wilson McPhee is possibly buried at the same site and I would appreciate photos of his marker as well.
|DiAnn||St. Boniface Cemetery|
I did the transfers you requested so far. I hope to get some more memorials created the next month, as I took more photos I haven't posted yet. So check back occasionally to see if there are more you would care to have transferred. I am happy you are able to take care of these! I have moved from Cold Spring, and can't go to the cemetery easily anymore. DiAnn
Added by DiAnn on Feb 01, 2015 12:54 PM
|DiAnn||Elizabeth Kneip, Find A Grave Memorial# 115093809|
I received your edit/correction information for linking her to her parents,
Father: Mathias Jacob Theisen (1883 - 1962).
Mother: Catherine Anna Kinzer Theisen (1888 - 1981).
I would be happy to transfer Elizabeth to you if you would like. And also any others you wish of those I created in St. Boniface Cemetery. I am in no way related. Let me know, please. DiAnn
Added by DiAnn on Jan 31, 2015 1:15 PM
|Brent Miller||RE: Nicholas Kinzer Elisabeth Klein|
Hello again, I know the feeling. Some of my ancestors were born or passed in an area that remains the same but now falls across a state boundary, i.e. Virginia/West Virginia; in 17xx they were born/died in Mecklenberg, VA but in 1863 it became West Virginia and counties were divided and renamed. Whenever possible, I try to use the original names of locations but note that today it is (such and such). In your examples, Prussia encompassed part of Europe that covered a small part of NE France, Northern half of Germany, Austria and Poland (my grandmother and her sisters were born in the Dresden area of Germany, yet they sometimes just used the general area name as "Prussia", especially on travel docs. My suggestion is to do the best you can with what you have; and no, we are not related. The Kinzer family et al are adjunct to my wife, s family by marriage only.
|Brent Miller||RE: Catherina Schmitt|
Hi Mary Lou, In response to your query, no, I do not have a birth certificate for Fraulein Schmitt, but while researching, I came across some info that mentioned Adenau. Sorry, it was a while ago and I don't remember exactly what it was. I leave it to your good sense to use it or not, but it might give you or someone else a place to look.
|Marguerite||Mullally Family @ Kenockee Cemetery|
in Emmett, St. Clair Co., Michigan. THANK YOU so much appreciated Mary Lou for the updates/links & your expertise and extensive research. If they are family members, I would be happy to transfer to you. Let me know . . .
|Patricia Cook-Bosnell||RE: Azel & Hannah (Bedford) Hawkins|
you are so welcome! I live in Port Hope but don't drive. my husband is retired so it is just a 10 minute drive to the Cemetery and our friends live on the same road so it's a great chance for him to catch up with them while I take photos and walk amongst the stones.:)
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