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CLARK FREDERIC (#46989118)
 member for 6 years, 9 months, 1 day
Neil D Scheidt
RE: Lieutenant Jacob Levan Jr.
Hi Clark,
Thank you for your courteous and informative reply. I have no issues with any of your statements which all seem to be very rational. I have no problem relocating Jacob to the cemetery that you suggest, if it is listed in findagrave. Do you know the findagrave title? However, it has been my experience as with many defunct cemeteries, tombstones and burial remains are relocated when the area is needed for other purposes. Unfortunately seldom documented. You would be amazed at the number of prominent pioneers/soldiers I have found buried at Charles Evans for which "no" record existed. From the Revolution period and beyond. Unless there is a record of such movement one has to assume the graves were simply "plowed" or built upon. So should we then list these defunct cemetery burials as unknown or continue to list them at the original burial. I don't know. I have seen it either and/or both. I am also a member of the Graveyard Preservation group. I am the sole caretaker for the Hechler/Esterly graveyard in Exeter township. I have the entire list of burials at the cemeteries we maintain. If you do not have those records I can share when requested.
Best regards, Neil Scheidt

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Dec 07, 2013 5:08 PM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: Lieutenant Jacob Levan Jr.
Hello Clark,
I know you are aware that I have many of the early generation pioneers in eastern Berks county and so I get a lot of requests for changes and corrections. You must also understand that I can not take every suggestion at face value. I am most agreeable to updates which improve the accuracy of all my memorials, but I must insist that suggestors provide a documented source for their suggestions. This is stated in my bio. I do not automatically assume any information from ancestry.com or Rootsweb to be accurate. Sometimes it is, and sometimes it's pure conjecture by unskilled researchers. I do give a lot of credence to wills and church records however. Also obituaries, family bibles, that sort of thing.
I will attach your suggestion to the appropriate memorial for the attention of other researchers but be aware that without a quoted source it's only your opinion.
I have included the info from the two burial cards you attached and request you remove them now. They are not the type permitted as photos by findagrave and I feel their presence detracts from the solemn appeal of the memorial page. In other word, too stark and overbearing.
Thanks for your consideration,
Neil

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Dec 06, 2013 1:12 PM

Jan McKee
Breininger
Thank you so very much for the photo, It is much appreciated.

Jan in Dallas

Added by Jan McKee on Nov 29, 2013 2:02 PM

Jan McKee
Joel Breininger
Thanks so very much for the photo of Joel. I appreciate it so much.

Regards,
Jan in Dallas

Added by Jan McKee on Nov 06, 2013 4:14 PM

Neil D Scheidt
RE: Philip Geehr # 47445340
He is registered with the SAR burial records

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Oct 29, 2013 2:18 PM

Jan McKee
Kutz
Thank you so very much!!!!'

Jan

Added by Jan McKee on Oct 04, 2013 12:55 PM

Gail Saeger
Emma M Miller Adam
Thanks for posting the grave photo for me but can u please remove the obituary from the site as it shows living relatives. Thanks, Gail

Added by Gail Saeger on Sep 28, 2013 8:06 PM

Everlastings
RE: Johannes Kercher
I don't think I have any of them. You would have to locate their sites and use the edit tab at top right under the name to suggest additional information to the site owner.
Best to give the Find A Grave Memorial #f at the bottom of the site for the father, mother and spouse.

Added by Everlastings on Sep 28, 2013 4:25 PM

Everlastings
RE: Johannes Kercher
Yours was first and should be linked to Martin if he is the father. The duplicate should be deleted.

Added by Everlastings on Sep 28, 2013 1:44 PM

Everlastings
Johannes Kercher
You suggest that Martin Kaercher (1718-1787) 47834846 is the father of Johannes Kercher. There are three Johannes Kercher in Bowers cemetery. The one I have listed 39667368 was born in 1808, died in 1812, so it is doubtful that Martin is the father since he was born 21 years after Martin's death.
The other two Johannes are duplicates both (1758-1824). Yours entered in 2008 25501152 and the duplicate entered in 2012 88925068. Perhaps your entry was the son of Martin.
Unfortunately there are many duplicates in Bowers cemetery. Hope this gets straightened out.

Added by Everlastings on Sep 28, 2013 4:17 AM

alma reece
RE: Thank You
Received your message Sorry I did not have any luck finding the graveyard with the tombstones. Thanks, Alma Reece

Added by alma reece on Sep 08, 2013 4:02 PM

alma reece
Thank You
Thank you very much. That was fast. I also saw and was going to request a p hot of Henreitta Leiby's grave. She is the wife of John U Leiby. I think allof you do a great service and do apreaciate it.A REECE

Added by alma reece on Sep 07, 2013 10:21 PM

Robin
Henry William Grim
Hi Clark, you took the photo for Henry William Grim - Find A Grave Memorial# 95401975. His wife Annetta B. Grim - Find A Grave Memorial# 94991559
shares a headstone with him. Would you please post your photo on her memorial as well?

Thank you,
Robin

Added by Robin on Aug 12, 2013 4:34 PM

Carl Bennett
Charles Deisher photo
Thanks again,
Carl

Added by Carl Bennett on Jul 04, 2012 8:57 AM

Carl Bennett
Sarah Deisher
Thank you for filling my photo request!
Best wishes,
Carl Bennett
Escondido, CA

Added by Carl Bennett on Jul 03, 2012 8:17 PM

 
 

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