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Do you want me to transfer Benjamin & Sarah to you since they are your partner's great grandparents?
I just ask that you not delete the information I put. Re-word, elaborate, but please don't delete the family info even if everyone is linked up to the other memorials.
WARNING~ Some people taking headstone photos and using the current Findagrave software are finding the pictures are added sideways (and of course no one but the original photo submitter can delete or fix them). You may have to use your computer 'Paint' or some other program to set up the photos correctly. Someone added sideways photos to several of my memorials and wont fix them or take them down!
Added by kw on Mar 19, 2015 7:48 PM
I am not related. I am living in a house last owned by his granddaughter. I looked up her obit and thought it sounded like an interesting family.
I spent hours researching and never posted it all because I couldn't find everyone's burial location (to create Findagrave memorials). Some loose ends.
I am confused now~ David's death record said his father was Max and Ben's said Meyer. But I clearly figured out that they were brothers. Ben's nephew was George Meyer/Michael Schwartz- the opera house owner in Dover. George's family gave the land and helped develop the Schwartz Center for The Performing Arts. Ben's wife Sarah and son Meyer were living with David and Jennie Schwartz (and George) in 1900 in Philadelphia.
I'm thinking Ben's father was named Max Meyer Schwartz or something like that. Pretty sure I saw that somewhere.
Do you have any more info to add?
Added by kw on Mar 16, 2015 7:14 PM