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Nan (#46824729)
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Linda Jones
RE: Samuel Eckhart # 112403466
Thanks! Are you family or a cemetery angel? :-) If you are family, I'd be glad to share my genealogy research.

Best wishes,
Linda

Added by Linda Jones on Jul 11, 2014 10:16 AM

Spence Burton
Asa Holcomb # 132238513
Thank you so much for updating Alice Holcomb's memorial AND especially for finding her dad Asa Holcomb... I have been searching for hours trying to find his death record in PA online death records on Ancestry with no luck... Do you have access to the cemetery records with the dates OR where else did you find the dates for Asa? Any help would be appreciated....

Again thank you!!!

Spence

Here is the memorial you updated while adding her dad Asa:
This is an automated email letting you know that your recent edit for the Alice Holcomb Ruth (1878 - 1965) Find A Grave memorial has been accepted.
Link to updated memorial:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=115829585

Added by Spence Burton on Jul 03, 2014 3:51 PM

Alycia Keating
RE: John Baldwin in Union Cemetery
Good lord, what kind of stone were they using in the early 1800s that seems to have MELTED? One fellow, a sexton in Derby, told me that was "Georgia Stone," as opposed to the superior Vermont or (better) Boston stone. Some stone looks as though it was carved this morning. But those poor folk with that soft white stone...how awful! Anyhow, to the point, I am glad to be of help!

Added by Alycia Keating on May 26, 2014 5:12 PM

Aruyana
RE: thank you
Thank you for your kindness.

Aruyana

Added by Aruyana on May 21, 2014 2:40 AM

sharleenp
RE: Photos in Luzerne Co cemeteries
Nan, I survived the winter, and am finally outside shooting pictures again. Pittston Cemetery is looking wonderful after the historical society"s hard work cleaning up last fall. We have digitized the record books, and are now transcribing them to excel sheets which will soon be searchable. If you have anyone in Pittston City Cemetery ( Odd Fellows Cem ) , I can get into the records now.
I'm sure our paths will cross all summer..LOL

Shar

Added by sharleenp on May 15, 2014 4:05 PM

Karl Voigt
RE: Dixon Cemetery photos
Glad to help; just wish I could have gotten close-ups of the hard-to-read inscriptions.
Karl

Added by Karl Voigt on Apr 10, 2014 1:04 PM

SMPowell
RE: Sadowski in Hanover Cemetery
Your quite welcome, very glad I could help.
Sharon

Added by SMPowell on Apr 05, 2014 8:45 PM

mbrother11
Elizabeth Slettedahl
Pls forgive if I've already messaged you on this...I called Cypress Lawn to ask exactly where Elizabeth is interred so I could get a photo, and they said they had no one by that name who died in 1983. Can you double-check your info on Elizabeth to see why you created a memorial for her with that date and that cemetery?

Added by mbrother11 on Mar 27, 2014 1:15 PM

John P. Birosak
RE: Flowers on memorials
Thank you Nan - well appreciated! John

Added by John P. Birosak on Mar 19, 2014 9:24 AM

C. Campbell
RE: Benjamin Walker
Dear Nan, It was so late when I sent the email last night, and I had hit send without even signing my name, then I looked at Druscilla and Mercy's memorial and realized it was not you. So I really put my foot in my mouth on that one. I think families suffered the same dysfunction as they do today, but women and children suffered the most and felt stuck were they were. It was interesting to see that Mary their mother was still alive till 1913 and did not have the girls with her from 1880 up till 1910. Makes you wonder if she was an alcoholic, had TB or was plain unstable. Even divorce was such a shameful thing in a family in those days. Thanks for your response. Carrie C.

Added by C. Campbell on Mar 13, 2014 7:26 PM

S A Hawkins
RE: Mary LeValley and Charles Cary
Thanks and sure, I would be happy to maintain.

Added by S A Hawkins on Mar 12, 2014 3:18 PM

Chris
RE: Kenneth and Emma Elston Brobst
Thanks for the transfer Nan, nice to meet you. Kenneth is my Great Uncle my Grandma (Dorothy Brobst) is his sister.

Added by Chris on Feb 21, 2014 10:22 AM

lisa
RE: Eleanor Baldwin # 41294920
I also added more information to Amariah Watson

Added by lisa on Dec 29, 2013 9:09 AM

Ed Elstan
Holidays
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year...Ed

Added by Ed Elstan on Dec 22, 2013 10:40 AM

Roy Delong
Clarence Anthony # 16991231
Nancy,
Thanks for completing the edit/suggestion. Your mention of your ancestor Jonas Delong, peaked my curiosity. After a bit of research I realized that we had corresponded back in 2001 about the same Jonas. Unfortunately I am still stuck on him as you are. /Roy

Added by Roy Delong on Nov 28, 2013 1:49 PM

Nolan Irvin
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 82071075
Nan, It would be appreciated if you would transfer.
I hope to start linking some more people. William
M. and Valentine Irvin are my great grand father's
brothers. His sister, Sytha Harrison is in Forest
Hills. I did not find William's first wife,
Margaret Griffiths Irvin, when I walked the cemetery
last week. Maybe on our next trip to Gatlinburg
from Texas?
Nolan Irvin

Added by Nolan Irvin on Nov 27, 2013 6:15 PM

Nolan Irvin
Family Links - Irvin
Welch-Rogers Cemetery
Sale Creek, Hamiton, TN 11-9-2013
Please link my great grand uncle with the
following relatives;
William Montgomery Irvin #81484212
His mother: Jane McKinney Goan Irvin #100292087
1st wife: Margaret Griffiths Irvin #21307996
2nd wife: Martha Jane Rogers Irvin #120549584
I walked the cemetery today taking pictures but
did not find Margaret Irvin's marker. I would
like to link him with my great Grand father in
Texas but the person in charge of that memorial
has not been co-operative.
Nolan W. Irvin

Added by Nolan Irvin on Nov 19, 2013 5:08 PM

Roz Patchi
RE: Thomas Martin Landon (1822-1908)
and I want to thank you very much as well! I am happy to know about his burial and that of his 2nd wife as well! Which newspapers were you looking at? I am trying to find out what happened to their daughter Jeanette Landon as well as another child of his from his first marriage John Oliver Landon

Added by Roz Patchi on Oct 08, 2013 11:25 AM

Leona Zimmerman
RE: Martha Stevens Fritz
Hey Nan, I found these pics posted on Ancestry.com for William S. Fritz, a.k.a. Delno Fritz. I'll add them to your memorial. Is there any info you are looking for? I have obits., marriage license info and headstones for most of the Price and Fritz family. My family tree is private on Ancestry.com, but I'm willing to invite anyone as long as I know they are related and not some crackpot out there.

Leona

Added by Leona Zimmerman on Sep 13, 2013 11:04 AM

Leona Zimmerman
Martha Stevens Fritz
So we meet again! Hi Nan. I added a photo of Martha Fritz's headstone from Maple Hill Cemetery. I got in the way of the photo a bit but it's the only one I have. According to her headstone, she was born in 1846 not 1844. I don't have any more info on her. Thanks so much for the added info. We use to go visit Eddie and Betty Fritz a lot. Eddie showed us a picture of William Fritz, the sword swallower from Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus. I didn't have a scanner at the time to take a copy of it. Wish I had a copy now. The picture was of William Fritz with the sword down his throat. It was so cool!
Take care Nan.

Leona Zimmerman

Nathan Fritz Jr., son of Nathan Sr., married my great aunt Catherine Price.

Added by Leona Zimmerman on Sep 12, 2013 12:01 PM

PAMS
RE: Christian Walter
Thank you. Do you search on genealogybank.com?

My Christian Walter (1836-1898) isn't the son of Christian Walter who died Sunday, Feb. 29, 1920.

An obituary for the other Christian Walter (1848-1920)appears 3/1/1920 in the Wilkes-Barre Times with his picture and is titled "Local Merchant Claim by Death" with a lengthy obituary.

If you don't research on genealogybank.com and would like his obituary, let me know.

Thanks again for transferring Christian 1836-1898 to me.

PAMS

Added by PAMS on Sep 07, 2013 12:22 PM

PAMS
RE: Christian Walter
Here is Christian's obituary appeared in the Wilkes-Barre Evening News on Monday, March 7, 1898 – ‘Death of Chris. Walter
Christian Walter, an old resident of the city, died at his home, 14 Hanover street, on Sunday morning of pneumonia. He was born in Bavaria on February 26, 1836. In 1852 he came to this country and located at Wilkes-Barre, where he has since resided. On the 12th of October, 1856, he was united in marriage to Gertrude Scheidel, who, with eleven out of fourteen children with them their union was blessed, survives him. The children who mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent father are John P., Mrs. John Lockorn, Mrs. Charles Hochreiter, Mrs. George Birmer, Mrs. John Moyles, Mrs. Joseph Meder, Francis, Anna, George, William and Kate. The funeral will be held on Tuesday morning from the house at 9:30 with a requiem high mass at St. Nicholas at 10 o'clock, which all friends and relatives are invited to attend. Interment will take place in the family plot in the Darling street German Catholic cemetery.'
***
St. Nicholas records list he was buried on 8 March 1898 in St. Nicholas German Catholic Church.

On the passenger list for the ship, the ‘SS John Hancock' that arrived in the Port of New York on June 24, 1852 are Christian Walter, age 16 and Barbara Walter, age 22. The ship sailed from LeHavre, France to America.

When did Christian arrived in Wilkes-Barre, I don't know. And why W-B? What became of Barbara Walter who immigrated with him, I don't know. Was Barbara a sister? However, his first born daughter was named after her, Barbara Walter, born 27 May 1859, the Mrs. John Lockorn listed in his obituary.

If you need additional information, just let me know. And thank you for updating his listing on findagrave.com

PAMS

Added by PAMS on Sep 04, 2013 1:24 PM

Alsjoy
RE: William G Wan Memorial# 44078067
Hi, Guess I wasn't thinking about who submitted the memorial. Thanks for alerting me. I'll write to that submitter. alsjoy

Added by Alsjoy on Aug 01, 2013 1:44 PM

Carol Adams Rowlands Hays
RE: Thomas A. Deater in Woodlawn
Thanks so much. I've just sent an e-mail to "HBE" to update info for Henrietta and then to link their son Charles to them. That will complete my Deater family work in this cemetery (or at least I hope).

Added by Carol Adams Rowlands Hays on Jul 19, 2013 9:58 AM

Joan Cavanaugh
RE: Laura Long Starbird in Hollenback
Nan, I'm so glad you liked the photos.

Added by Joan Cavanaugh on Jul 15, 2013 9:49 AM

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