|Mary Green Kerr (#47386241)|
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|PLEASE do not post death certificates to any memorials that I manage. I feel that some information is personal and should be kept to the family. You can transcribe parents names, etc. but please leave out the cause of death. More often than not the cause of death does not tell the whole story, it is only the immediate cause of death. Hope all understand my view.|
****In an effort to keep Find A Grave from becoming a crazy mess, please when you send me an edit provide the source where you got the information from. This will help keep a trail of evidence and if there is ever a dispute as to what is true or not there is always a source to go back to. The source will be put in the Bio section along with your name and Find A Grave number.****
If you'd like to copy my photographs for private use please contact me. Please do not use my photographs to post on other sites without attribution. I ask this out of respect for everyone's work – capturing these photographs is a journey of blood, sweat and tears (freezing cold, heat, bugs, snakes and a sometimes grumpy hubby.) :)
Please note that I only transfer memorials according to FindAGrave guidelines. Also, I do not post information taken from other sites. PLEASE do not troll other sites listing memorials and then take them and post them to FindAGrave under your name, this includes the photos. I have been a victim of that and it is just not nice, to say the least, to find that has been done.
*** Old St. Joseph's Cemetery is in with Chestnut Hill Cemetery. As I look up death certificates and find that they are in St. Joseph's and the headstone is in Chestnut Hill, I transfer them to Old St. Joseph's Cemetery in Connellsville. If you have seen some family members under Chestnut Hill check Old St. Joseph's. Just trying to keep everything accurate. ***
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|Susan Adkins||Loucinda Mathews|
Thanks for the transfer!
|D. Eick||Thank you|
Thank you for the transfers of Fred Guy and Carrie Engle's memorials.it means a lot to my wife.
Added by D. Eick on Jan 16, 2017 10:00 PM
Thank you! It's very nice to meet another Lithuanian as well.
I'm 1/4 but my great grandparents were 1st generation Americans!
I've been researching this line for almost year no after finally asking I found the names were changed from Lutkewicz then from the original version being Gruodis and Liutkevičius are more likely the original surnames.
My great grandfather John Lutkavage was a train conductor for most of his life with the New York railroad.
Thank you for allowing me to care for my gg grandfather 👴
|david brenzel||re. John Lafrance #140600489|
I'm thinking this could very well be the John LaFrance, from Toledo, who broke the record crossing the continent by bicycle in 1896 with Norman Devaux (# 47591225). Can you or anyone else offer any insight either way?
|Not so Irish||Nancy Moore|
Thank you for the bio on her... Gail
|Lo Marie||A Big Thank You|
Thank you so much for posting marker photos to some of the memorials I have in St. Joseph, Monroe. I am just working on ones that need photos, and found you had put some of them on. This is what makes the site so special, contributors like you. Anytime, you need something this way, just ask, I try my best.
Added by Lo Marie on Aug 10, 2016 6:48 AM
|Justin Rawson||August J. Girard|
I'm looking for the actual grave of a dearly departed & good friend of mine of many years. His name was August Jack Girard. He was born in 1896. I believe that he was buried near his brothers, Andrew Girard and Lawrence Girard in St. Joseph's Cemetery. I know that you are likely a busy person. If you are able, I would be very much obliged if you might, when you're next at St. Joseph's Cemetery, check to see if August J. Girard B: 1896 D: 1999 is buried near his brothers Andrew and Lawrence. Thank you and God bless.
William Sauers is my great great grandfathers brother and Frank is his son. His birth year is 1888 not 1868. His memorial # is 100813371. If you would transfer over their memorials I can take care of them myself. They are all buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery: William and Mary, William, Frank and Charles Sauers. Thanks.
Added by MVA on Jun 20, 2016 6:07 PM
|Laurel Watch||Thank you...|
for the transfers. I greatly appreciate it. :)
I am related. John is my great-uncle, Melvin is his son, Cristina is his daughter, Mabel was my great-aunt and so was Delores (John's 2nd wife).
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