|Joan Tesche||Johann "Nicholas" Strasser|
Nicholas Strasser was my 6th great grandfather. Guess that makes us cousins at some level and everyone else mentioned here. Just wanted to thank you for adding the information to Nicholas's Find-A-Grave website. I was over in that area looking for my Wildermuth family graves and didn't even know at that time I was related to the Strassers. I find myself drawn to cemeteries and churches often and later find out there was a relation there. Guess it's a gene memory. I live not too far from the area, I'm in Dauphin Co., but most of my family is in Montgomery Co., Pa of course. Once again thank you for your effort and I will send money to the Delp's for Nicholas's headstone.
Added by Joan Tesche on Aug 18, 2014 4:03 PM
|Walter H Freeman||Hello Jack|
Hi How are you doing? What do you know about John Christian Strasser born in Aug of 1744 and died in 1810 in Ross county Ohio?? He is my 5th great grandfather. His father is John Nicholas Strasser. Do you know the cemetery John Christian is in? Thank you.
Added by Walter H Freeman on Jun 27, 2014 9:40 AM
|Donna/Tony||John Nicholas Strawser|
Do you have any information about John Nicholas Strawser and his service in the Revolutionary War? I can't find any on the DAR website. I am also looking for documents that link him to his grandson James Strauser. Thanks
Added by Donna/Tony on Jan 24, 2014 11:30 PM
|Lorri Strawser||Maria Elisabeta Strasser|
Thanks so much for not putting Stragern! That just drives me crazy!!!
Added by Lorri Strawser on Jul 26, 2013 9:31 PM
let me know if i got the wrong i, so i can delete it thanks tiff
Added by Tiffany Stuck on May 31, 2012 10:12 PM
2 men ,1 wife of Simon Strawser. 1 is a CW vet, 1 is prob his family 1811-1885. i have the later s pic. my camera went dead so i will get the others pics soon, i know where they r. so since u dont have up the simon 1811-1885 , will u add him then i upload that pic for now, then i will add his wifes and the CW vet when i get that pic shortly. ok ty just to let u know i found them near my gggf.ty
Added by Tiffany Stuck on May 22, 2012 6:56 PM
Thanks for the very nice memorial for Johannes 1705- 1835. (12681408)
The only time I was taken to visit this grave, it was actually IN a pig pen or pig lot. I was wondering if it was moved or ??? Maybe they just moved the house and pigs? Looks much nicer now.
Added by Linda Luther on Apr 09, 2011 10:36 AM
|Faith||RE: Silas and Elizabeth|
I too want them to have a listing and I don't care who it is, so I will delete mine. You seem to have more info than I do on them anyway. Thanks.
Added by Faith on Nov 05, 2010 9:45 AM
|Faith||RE: Silas and Elizabeth|
I do not know which ones should be deleted! I live here among these Tams descendants, but I don't know them. Issac Jacob Tam is my Uncle. He married my Aunt Stella Hunt. Are you related? Do you have lots of info on this family?
Added by Faith on Oct 27, 2010 11:28 AM
Thanks a lot Jack. I can relie on this more so. I do not have the census yet. Find a grave wants one of us to delete Silas & Elizabeth as there are dupicates.
Added by Faith on Oct 25, 2010 11:33 AM
We both have Silas Jefferson Tam posted with different birthdays. May I ask your source for the 1839 date. My source for the 1844 date is the Tam Family History by Fred J Tam in the White Co Historical Society. I live near this cemetery, but the stone is unreadable.
Added by Faith on Oct 22, 2010 12:22 PM
|Bill Daugherty||RE: Sylvan Grove Cemetery|
Thanks so much for getting the Sylvan Grove Cemetery situation fixed up so quickly. That's terrific. I appreciate your help.
Added by Bill Daugherty on Aug 21, 2009 8:04 PM