I was wondering if you had any relation to the Diefenderfer's? If you don't could you please transfer them to me? My find a grave number is 47904856.
Added by Laura on Mar 25, 2013 9:33 PM
|Kathy Line||RE: Catherine Gemberling Memorial|
Yes my e-mail is email@example.com. Thanks Kathy
Added by Kathy Line on Oct 26, 2012 4:46 PM
|Kathy Line||RE: Catherine Gemberling Memorial|
If you are a descendant of the Wolfensberger ( I must have forgotten the b when e-mailing you) sorry. The Esterline you must have is Frederick Esterline married to Catherine Wolfensberger. They are confirmed in the U.S. Sons of the American Revolution membership applications 1889-1970 for John Jacob Gemberling on the Fisher family tree. Frederick and Mary Wolfensberger Esterline are my 4th great-grandparents. I have lots more info on the Esterline's if it applies and you want it. Thank you for everything and have a great day! Kathy
Added by Kathy Line on Oct 20, 2012 1:14 PM
|Rod||RE: Gottfried Diefenderfer|
Thank you, it is must appreciated.
Added by Rod on May 30, 2012 8:02 PM
He is my 6x grandfather, could you transfer to me.
Added by Rod on May 27, 2012 12:53 AM
|Carl Catherman||Jacob Kaderman|
Missy, thank you very much for correcting my error.
Added by Carl Catherman on Feb 02, 2012 8:04 AM
|Carl Catherman||Magdalena Catherman|
Missy, thank you very much for adding the note about Magdalena's parents.
Added by Carl Catherman on Jan 24, 2012 7:35 AM
|Mike||RE: George Penticoff|
I would be happy to make the correction to the memorials. It is interesting that George Jr also married a Catherine!. I will make the correction and we will look for the George Sr next time we get out that way.
Also, that cemetery goes by several names. It was originally called Sabin Church Cemetery. Now it is Zion United Methodist Cemetery. On some maps (Depending on the age) it is Sabin Cemetery or Sabin Church Road Cemetery.
Added by Mike on Mar 13, 2011 7:36 AM
Posted the photos of George Penticoff. The dates that you have are not the same dates that were on the stone. He and she were the only Penticoff's in the cemetery. I have the originals if you want them.
Added by Mike on Mar 11, 2011 8:52 PM
Hi cuz, Thank you for adding the information I sent.
Added by Carl Catherman on Jan 15, 2011 11:56 AM
|Sheila Peascheck||Koser's in Mazeppa Cemetery, PA|
I did take a picture of his wife's stone and one of them together if you would like I can email them to you separately. I also took pictures of other Koser's in the Mazeppa cemetery. I have no idea if they are relatives of yours but I can also send them also.
Added by Sheila Peascheck on Mar 17, 2010 10:16 PM
You have two of my relatives – they are my grx5 grandparents. Could you add their dates, information and link the spouses together? If you don't know how to do this I can send instructions.
Gottfried Diefenderfer Find A Grave #22951455
B 19 Feb 1730 in Lehigh Co, PA
D 16 Apr 1806 in Macungie, Lehigh, PA
Moved to Macungie Township in 1750, Married to Anna Margaret Mattern at Great Swamp Reformed Church on 3 May 1753. They were the parents of: Philip, John, Gertrude, Jacob, Margaret, Henrich & Anna Elizabeth. Along with sons John and Jacob, served as during the Revolutionary War in 1782-3 as privates in Capt. Greenmeyer's Company of the First Battalion of Northampton County Militia commanded by Lt. Col. Stephen Balliet. One of the Founders and an Elder of the Reform Congregation at Trexlertown in 1784.
Anna Margaret [Maiden Name-Mattern] Diefenderfer Find A Grave# 22951469
B 6 Oct 1727 in Germany
D 6 Apr 1801 in Macungie, Lehigh, PA
Born in Germany, married on 3 May 1753 to Gottfried Diefenderfer at Great Swamp Reformed Church. They were the parents of: Philip, John, Gertrude, Jacob, Margaret, Henrich & Anna Elizabeth.
Added by Caretaker † on Jan 31, 2010 3:34 PM
|Lar||RE: Alfred Bernocco request problem fixed|
Hi Missy! It may be awhile before I go out there again, but with that info, I or another can now get photos, even if the graves might be unmarked. Thanks for adding the location! The cemetery is HUGE!
Added by Lar on Sep 01, 2009 9:55 AM
|Virginia Wheatcraft Watts||Whitcraft|
Missy, Where did you find this information?
Is there a directory for this cemetery on line?
I have looked for years for James Whitcraft and
his wife Jane Whitcraft. Hoping you can shed a little more info on this cemetery.
Virginia Watts firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Virginia Wheatcraft Watts on Feb 24, 2009 11:55 PM
|Ted Johnson||Nathan Clark|
I found the Nathan Clark gravestone, uploaded picture on gravefinder website, over the past weekend on a trip to Lock Haven/Flemington. I took another picture of the gravestone with two small block markers that indicate Father on left and Mother on right that are directly positioned in front of the gravestone. There are no names on these markers or dates. I can send you that photo if you wish. The cemetery is about 2 blocks wide and 1 block long. The markers are scattered throughout.
Added by Ted Johnson on Nov 12, 2008 11:34 AM
I stopped by NL Cem today. They have no record by that name in their index. I am returning on Tuesday
to discuss their register with the director. The directory in in Excel and updated by vol's so pelling may be the issue or how if they include old records. Any other info that could help?
Added by Joseph McDonough on May 19, 2008 7:40 AM