|Maria Dehner-Dill (#47914444)|
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Cemetery stone are getting weathered, broken, and stolen. I am recording these stones for their sake and their families. Having these memorials are showing that they mattered and were loved. |
I love the twists and turns in making my family tree. If I can help in anyway with yours, I will.
Please follow the guidelines of Findagrave.com. We all make mistakes, please help correct mine. One thing I won't do is delete a memorial when the prior memorial is made before the person has died. Find a Grave is for the deceased, not the living.
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Maria, Thanks for your information. Through a second source I found out Sacred Heart is where my Great grandmother, Anna Frantz is buried. Gene
Added by GBJR on Sep 22, 2016 9:05 AM
|Linda Badgley D'Agostino||Manlius Village Cemetery|
The best way to find the cemetery is to drive between 112-220 Military Drive, Manlius, NY 13104. From Military Dr. you can go left into the newer section of Manlius Village Cemetery, or right, into the older section that joins with Christ Church Cemetery. There is also an entrance off of Route 5 (Seneca St.), across from the house at about 523 E Seneca St., Manlius, NY 13104. This would technically be entering Christ Church Cemetery. They blend together, with just a sign, no fencing or anything to divide them.
Good luck. It's a gorgeous old cemetery when you find it. I'm sorry I could not find a physical address to give you. I never noticed that before. I'd lived in Manlius most of my life, just knew where it was, never thought about looking up an address. :)
Thanks Maria, you made researching my Galveston family tree much easier. Ron
|Suzanne Conner||Thank You!|
Hello, good afternoon. Thank you for your post Maria. I have just encountered the headstone for my maternal grandfather. What a surprise (and a treasure)! Do you know how best to search for other family members who may be buried alongside him?
|Rick Boardman||Nazereth Moravian Cemetery-Northumberland County, PA|
I am looking for directions to the Nazereth Moravian Cemetery in Northumberland County, PA. Can anyone help me out? Thanks much. Rick
Thank you so much for checking out that cemetery. I think that clears up the mystery.
Added by GBJR on Jul 23, 2016 1:17 PM
|GBJR||Maria "Mary" Tobitsch Kukitz|
I am trying to locate the burial site of Mary Kukitz. The Pennsylvania death certificate says she was buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Is there a Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Allentown or Coplay. I find one in Philadelphia. She was Nickolaus Kukitz's first wife and their three children were Joseph F., William "Coke", and Alfred. Nickolaus and the three children are buried in St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cemetery in Coplay, PA.
Hoping you can help.
Gene Benninger #48475698
Added by GBJR on Jul 09, 2016 8:18 AM
|MaryV||RE: Check your Edits!|
....and, how about the ones that put an obit as a placeholder listing, and never even enter the cemetery to take a picture. I've found some of those, too, when I visit family members. Take care, Maria! :)
Added by MaryV on May 29, 2016 11:20 AM
|Susan West||Find A Grave Memorial# 101605202|
Hi, is there any way to find out who is buried in the Oppermann Family Vault ? I have lots of Oppermann relatives in Texas and was wondering if any of them ended up in Galveston. I believe there was a big flood with great loss of life in that area. Does the cemetery have any records? Any help would be most appreciated.
|MaryV||RE: Check your Edits!|
Thanks, Maria! :) So many times, there are Grave Hoarders on this site, that never re-check the info...
Added by MaryV on Apr 21, 2016 6:59 PM
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