|Mary Anne Mackey-Wisor||old river church in wapwallopen|
I am requesting those who have family at this cemetery to give contact information or their family history to contribute to the curator of the cemetery Harold Hinchcliff
Added by Mary Anne Mackey-Wisor on Oct 29, 2013 7:42 AM
Thank you for offering to transfer David Hart #21417393 to me.
Added by SMPowell on Oct 17, 2013 11:12 AM
|Mary Anne Mackey-Wisor||RE: Thomas Eroh|
Added by Mary Anne Mackey-Wisor on Sep 13, 2013 8:53 PM
Thank you for transferring Frank & Annabelle Coolahan's memorials to my management. It means a lot to me. And a big thank you for all your efforts at Find A Grave.
Added by Steven Ijams on Jun 18, 2013 7:37 AM
|Alan and Mary Van Dyke||RE: Peter Maurer #11557162|
Thank you Larry!
Alan and I were unaware of the copy right issues until a couple of years ago... and we got bit.
Now, we make sure we do proper credits, and we always ask first!
We've also found that by using the names and source locations of those photos, it has helped other people actually USE Find A Grave, as well as, contact the people who took the photos to see if they might be related (or know more information about the cemetery at the very least).
Added by Alan and Mary Van Dyke on May 06, 2013 12:39 PM
|Alan and Mary Van Dyke||Peter Maurer #11557162|
May I use your photo of Peter and his wife, Mary Scober Maurer #11557159 in a book I'm making for a friend?
I always use a credit-caption like "Photo courtesy of ..."
May I also upload those two photos to his public online family tree at Ancestry.com?
Mary Van Dyke
Added by Alan and Mary Van Dyke on May 05, 2013 5:59 PM
|Robert Hess||Mary E Stuckey Readler Transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer Larry. I have linked her to her husband and children.
Added by Robert Hess on Feb 18, 2013 11:30 AM
|Robert Hess||Wilson Readler Transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Wilson Readler. It is greatly appreciated. I now have him linked to his spouse and his parents.
Added by Robert Hess on Feb 17, 2013 10:17 AM
|Rich Stackhouse||RE: Gertrude Holshue|
Thanks - Understand now.
Added by Rich Stackhouse on Feb 05, 2013 8:16 AM
|Rich Stackhouse||Gertrude Holshue|
Questions about the photo showing the words "NO HEADSTONE" on the stone for Gertrude: does that mean that she has none there, the headstone is Holshue but is unreadable, or the photo added just tells people that there just is not any headstone at all?
Added by Rich Stackhouse on Feb 04, 2013 1:50 PM
|SMPowell||Anna Kate Stair/Old Mt. Zion|
Hi Mr. Thompson, I'm sorry if I forgot memorial #21439068 in my list of memorials to be transferred to me, but I would appreciate it if you would. Thank you for transferring the others. Sharon
Added by SMPowell on Jan 30, 2013 7:57 PM
|SMPowell||Transfer of memorials Wildrick/Davis|
My number is 47992784. Many thanks, Sharon
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 8:03 PM
|SMPowell||Transfer of Memorials|
Thank you for responding so quickly. I am very new to findagrave and I hope I did not upset you by suggesting the updates on my Wildrick family memorials that you already have created. If you really want me to take over management I would be ok with that; however I am not experienced enough to know how to do it. I tried by using edit but I was not able to do it. Could you instruct me on how to go about it? Thanks, Sharon
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 5:08 PM
Inscription on marker reads:Oh death was a sudden call
A sollem warning for us all
Give joy or grief
Give ease or pain
Take life or friends away.
But let me find them all
again in one eternal day.
I do not have any further information at this time on Whitfield Wildrick. I really do appreciate this and I hope I haven't asked too much.
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 12:33 PM
|SMPowell||George and Sarah A. Wildrick|
George Wildrick was son of Sarah Hartman and Jacob Wildrick and was born in N.J. They had nine children, three known are 1. Elizabeth Wildrick Davis 2. Emma Wildrick 3. Corilla Wildrick. Sarah A. Brown Wildrick was born in Easton, Pa. in 1819. The inscription on her marker reads: Thy toils are now ended.
Thy sufferings are over.
Thy soul is at rest,
On a far distant shore.
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 12:21 PM
Would you add this additional information to Jerome, Emily and Elizabeth Wildricks memorials at Old Mt. Zion Cemetery? Jerome was born Aug. 22, 1838, his parents were George and Sarah A. Brown Wildrick. 1st wife was Elizabeth Wildrick born March 1859.
Second wife was Emily J. Naugle Wildrick of Wapwallopen, Pa. Her parents were George and Sarah Ann Bittenbender Naugle. Jerome and Emily were married July 1917.
Jerome was born in Hollenback Twp, Pa. and resided in Wapwallopen.
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 12:02 PM
Would you add the parents names for Jenny Doretta Jacobs to her memorial. The cemetery is Old Mt. Zion. Here parents were Emma Wildrick Jacobs and Lewis Jacobs.
Also on Anna Kate Stair, her maiden name was Jacobs. Her husband was William B. Stair; they married Sept. 14, 1909. They had a daughter Naomi Stair
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 11:45 AM
|SMPowell||Additional information on Della Davis|
Hi Mr. Thompson,
As a family member of the Davis family I wonder if you would be kind enough to update the memorials for Della, Levi and Mark Davis. Della Alice Schweppenheiser Davis was wife of Levi Whitfield Davis. They married on Sept. 19, 1885. He was killed in an explosion at Powder Glen. His parents were Elizabeth Widrick Davis and Ruben Davis. I sincerely appreciate your efforts to post all these memorials on findagrave which mean so much to their family members.
Added by SMPowell on Jan 28, 2013 11:25 AM
|Kathryn Doyle||Simon Slusser|
Thanks for adding the information to the Slusser memorial.
Added by Kathryn Doyle on Mar 17, 2012 1:19 PM
|Petrene Weeks||RE: William Sutton|
Larry, I have data 15 William Sutton s you need to provide additional information on the William Sutton you are researching.
Added by Petrene Weeks on Jan 28, 2012 11:23 AM
|Petrene Weeks||RE: William Sutton|
William Sutton Griffith 5-29-1833 to 3-00-1907 Grant, Perkins, Nebraska.
We are the Weeks Family. William Sutton Griffith was my husbands 2nd great grand uncle. he was on the 1850 Clay, Illinois census. Family records indicate he was a Civil War Photographer. Military Record : Illinois 11th Vol2 Class1 Subdist 79-165 page 57 line11.
Hope this helps. e-mail if you would like a link to our public on line tree.
pt & John Leon Weeks
Added by Petrene Weeks on Jan 27, 2012 4:39 PM
|Robert Hess||Hess Transfers|
Larry, Thank you so much for the lastest Hess transfers from the Silver Maple Cemetery. I have linked them. Your work in establishing and photographing these memorials is greatly appreciated.
Added by Robert Hess on Dec 28, 2011 6:26 PM
|Tom Cook||RE: Long overdue thank you|
Thanks Larry, no problem
Added by Tom Cook on Dec 18, 2011 5:34 PM
|Petrene Weeks||RE: William Sutton|
Hi Larry...I have many William Sutton ancestors. Please send birth, death and geographic information for the William Sutton you are interested in and I'll be happy to provide data I have. Thank you for your interest.
Added by Petrene Weeks on Nov 05, 2011 10:20 AM
Larry, Thank you so much for the transfers. It appears now I was wrong about Permeilla being the 2nd wife of Philip F Peters. Permeilla is the wife of Philip Peters 1867 - 1915. Philip F. Peters was married to Permeilla's sister, Maria Margaret Fenstermacher. I cannot find Philip F. Peters anywhere on findagrave.com. Any Clues?
Added by Robert Hess on Oct 22, 2011 6:00 PM