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Michele Christine Brand (#47073966)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 28 days
RE: Photo of May F. Avers
Your welcome, if you need any obits or any grave pictures from silver lake or columbia county cemeteries, let me know. Vicki

Added by GMACC1 on Apr 27, 2014 1:47 PM

RE: Balla-Benson Family
Funny I had a house on Zig Zag Alley for years!! Then moved farther south!! Yes still love Charleston but miss Maryland-I grew up just North of the City in Worthington Valley-still a beautiful place but too developed now!.

Added by sanford on Aug 02, 2013 3:34 PM

RE: Balla-Benson Family
They were probably from the Alsace Lorraine area on the Franco/German border depending on which war was being fought it switched back and forth!!-Here's my email are you in Maryland? I'm in Florida since 2000.

Added by sanford on Aug 02, 2013 3:22 PM

RE: Balla-Benson Family
Nice! A new cousin-Mary Frances Benson my 1st cousin 3x removed married John Theodore Balla.-Stephen

Added by sanford on Aug 02, 2013 6:08 AM

Balla-Benson Family
Hi Michele are you related? Stephen Sanford

Added by sanford on Aug 01, 2013 4:14 PM

I just saw the Hartlove family tree on, the one that goes back to 1690. Wow.

Added by elleberquist6 on Mar 11, 2013 1:42 PM

RE: Elizabeth Hartlove Sinskey
Several generations? Wow, I'd love to hear everything you have. Non-membership use of won't take me into the 1700s, the Sun paper wasn't printed before 1835, and no one labled Annie E.'s 1871 photo album. This is really amazing of you, thank you. Thanks from my 95yr-old grandmother, too, who I told about her ancestors the Hartloves the other day, and she was so happy to re-learn the name she had forgotten.
Also, I saw you posted Fred Sinskey's brother (I assume so, since they're not far apart in age, are both from Hanover, and worked in the same profession, and we had a photo of him). I know their father's name, J. Frederick Sinskey (1802- June 1, 1886), and I found a name in the sun paper of a woman who might have been his wife, Catherine M., (1798- Nov. 13, 1871). It's fine if you don't know, info on the Hartloves is more than enough.

Added by elleberquist6 on Jan 28, 2013 10:56 AM

Elizabeth Hartlove Sinskey
I'm not sure about the names of her parents. If you know who they were, I would love to hear about them. Thanks

Added by elleberquist6 on Jan 25, 2013 3:22 PM

Edgar F. Sinskey
Edgar was my grandmother's grandmother's brother, so thank you for posting his memorial, and for the information you had there, and I hope that you don't mind that I put up a picture of him. I was delighted by the information you had there, since I'm working on a family tree, but I was hitting a wall on Edgar's mother's--Elizabeth Anne Sinskey--maiden name, but from what you wrote I now know that it was Hartlove.
So, thank you for that!

Added by elleberquist6 on Jan 22, 2013 12:00 PM

Judy Rather Medina
Mary Rather Hartlove
Hi Michele,
I have the id number for Mary Rather Hartlove's mother, Agnes Rother, buried in Holy Cross, if you want to add it as a relative link:
I'm working on getting this family group homogenized since the surnames vary and it's difficult to make the connection.
Her father, F.D.Christian Rother, is buried in York County, PA. We know the church cemetery but cannot find the headstone.
I also have info on where her other siblings are buried.
Judy Rather Medina

Added by Judy Rather Medina on Sep 11, 2011 9:10 AM

Judy Rather Medina
Mary Rather Hartlove
Hello from Virginia. Mary Rather Hartlove is a long lost relative of mine and I'm delighted to find her gravesite. Would you mind telling me where your information on her parents came from since it differs from the information in my genealogical research.
Thanks so much!
Judy Rather Medina

Added by Judy Rather Medina on Nov 29, 2010 7:21 PM


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