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Deborah R. (#47066664)
 member for 8 years, 3 months, 21 days
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Bio Photo In the past two years have gotten the genealogy bug in a major way! Found this site and had much success in filling in the blanks on the family tree.

Mother of four grown children, and three granddaughters. Work for the local library system, so you can see where I get the ability to dig! The ladies at work ask every week if I'm grave hunting. They call these weekends "Debbie Digs Dead People" weekends. Might get a shirt with this printed.

If you wish to use any of my headstones, please send me a message.
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John "Jack" Richter
RE: Thank you!
Your most welcome.
Jack
Added by John "Jack" Richter on Jan 20, 2017 2:10 PM
RoseBud
RE: Great grandparents
Thank you very much my dear Cousin Deborah!

Perhaps you have this information already, but if not...

John, Veronica, Josef and Maria (Mary) Fuka arrived on the steamship "Hermann" which deported Bremen, Germany for Baltimore. May 7, 1880 is the date listed, but it isn't specifically given as an arrival date, but it likely is. John Fuka is listed on the ship's steerage manifest as being 50 years of age, Veronica 51, Josef 17 and Maria 13.

Great to make your acquaintance!

RoseBud
Added by RoseBud on Dec 16, 2016 3:04 PM
RoseBud
Great grandparents
Dear DeborahR.,
I have been researching my relatives and creating living memorials to them. Recently I have been focused on my Mother's family whose surname is Bender. I found my great-grandparents and their parents have memorials which you have created or maintain. I very much appreciate your dedication to Findagrave and the documentation of those in my family's final resting place.

I would like to kindly ask you to please transfer these four memorials over to my care.

Mary (nee Fuka) Bender #111126811,
Joseph Bender #107234890,
John Fuka #113302408,
Veronica Fuka #113301868

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Sincerely yours,

RoseBud #48448869

Added by RoseBud on Dec 16, 2016 10:57 AM
Judie Custer
RE: Thank you!
Your very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Judie Custer on Oct 17, 2016 8:22 AM
Tracy Kelly
RE: Anthony Pfarr
Hello Deb, I just saw this, You can transfer it to me!!
Added by Tracy Kelly on Jun 17, 2016 3:31 PM
LShue
Berterman
I also photographed and created a memorial page for William Berterman's wife when I filled your request today.
Shue
Added by LShue on May 27, 2016 2:01 PM
Mimi Ringstad
Emily Hillen MacSherry
Hello,

The correct lot is Section L Lot 216. The U is a place holder and is unnecessary. She is in grave 5 and Richard Meredith MacSherry is in grave 4.

Mimi Ringstad, New Cathedral Cemetery
Added by Mimi Ringstad on Jan 20, 2016 1:47 PM
Tracy Kelly
RE: Anthony Pfarr
Yes, you can send it to me..thank you for your help. I am still getting to learn my way around find a grave!!
Added by Tracy Kelly on Jan 13, 2016 1:31 PM
Tracy Kelly
Anthony Pfarr
In 2011 you posted a memorial picture of Anthony Pfarr, do you happen to have a picture of his tombstone. I am starting to trace back family history and he is possibly my great-great grandfather.
Added by Tracy Kelly on Jan 11, 2016 10:02 AM
JoAnn
RE: Edward Puskar
Deborah, I only wish I had taken the time to sit down with my father-in-law and get family history. When Edward passed, we found the coolest stuff relating to Edward's father, I mean literally Andrew's immigration papers into the US as well as his wallet! Photos of Andrew looked just like Edward, I was amazed. Unfortunately, Edward never really talked about his mother, your great aunt, as she passed when he was very young. Edward was a stand-up man, when his father became sick with Emphysema, Edward quit school to take care of his father and siblings and did so his entire life, giving his entire paycheck to his father. Dad worked for the can factory, bethlehem steel, baltimore city police dept and pimlico racetrack, finally retiring around age 75. He had instilled in him what "family" truly means. I wish I had more information on your great aunt.
Added by JoAnn on Oct 08, 2015 6:29 AM
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