|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Question Answered|
RE: Catharine Koontz # 70267789
"Catherine's maiden name is unknown at this time"
It is Hege, she was the daughter of John Heinrich "Henry" Hege & Anna Barbara Leonard. She was one of eight children.
Added by Marcia Lynne vonGunden on Jul 16, 2016 12:39 AM
Juli, On the matter of George and his descendants and ancestors, I have been researching and found alot of information. His birth and death, probate records etc. I forget your connection just now, but if you want I will send you what I have.Let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Karen on May 24, 2016 7:36 PM
Juli, I am sorry for your loss. That is tough to lose your Dad. After the duplicates are removed, I think I have to add a picture or two to your memorials. At the moment, I even forget who we were working on. This is not that important in the larger scheme of things. Take care of yourself first.
Added by Karen on May 24, 2016 7:24 PM
|Leo||RE: Two memorials|
We have two memorials for Catherine Kline Moyer at Westminster Presbyterian Cemetery in Mifflintown. They are #62965076 (mine) and #135268340 (yours). I think it would be best to keep mine since I placed it first, and since it is also connected to sons and parents. We would need to get the photo of the memorial from the person that placed it on yours, though, and also to attach the daughters you have to my memorial. Would you be willing to work with me on this? Catherine is one of my direct ancestors. It might be best to discuss this at my e-mail address email@example.com. Thanks.
Added by Juli on Apr 12, 2016
I would be happy to delete my entry whenever you like. You can click on the edit button on the entries to link the children to your entries. I added the photo of the tombstone to your entry. I have the permission form the photographer to use his photos. Have a good day, Leo Shelley
Added by Leo on Apr 23, 2016 4:52 AM
Can you help me? What proof do you have for his death date. I can find little on him and would appreciate any help.
Added by Karen on Apr 11, 2016 9:53 PM
|Karen||Westminster Presbyterian Cemetery|
Found the problem.....two Catherine Klein/Kline in this cemetery. Thanks Juli.
Added by Karen on Apr 11, 2016 7:39 PM
Sorry, She is buried beside Samuel Moyer. It just doesn't make sense that they wouldn't have erected a marker for her first husband.
Added by Karen on Apr 08, 2016 9:01 PM
|Karen||Lebanon Lutheran Reformed|
I must admit, I don't know now. Maybe I got confused. It seems like there isn't one wife in this Moyer family that is buried in the same cemetery as their husband. And I was going back and forth alot.
Do you happen to know if there is a stone for George Moyer who died in 1831. He is the direct line for my research and as you may know he died young and his wife married George's brother and she is buried beside George. And yet George doesn't have a stone?
Thanks for all your help.
Added by Karen on Apr 08, 2016 8:59 PM
|Karen||Johann George Moyer|
Can you do anything about the two George Moyer's for this cemetery? And the two Catharine's? Perhaps work with the administrator of the other memorials. It would be nice if all the connecting information was on one memorial. Thanks for any help you can give on this problem.
Added by Karen on Apr 03, 2016 6:49 PM
Hi Juli - Thanks for the information on the Davis family. I knew nothing about this line of our family until tonight. I had no idea that I was part Welsh. I appreciate you sharing your information.
Added by Family Huntress on Mar 12, 2016 9:01 PM
|Susan Mecum||RE: Flemming|
Hi Juli, Thank-you for being so prompt and informative about Catharine Henry Neely. It was most helpful. I was wondering if you know anything about her being a descendant of Matthew Henry, the Great Commentator. According to Catharine's granddaughter, (daughter of Samuel Neely) Catharine Henry Neely, my 2xs great grandmother's obituary, she was a descendant of Matthew Henry. I have been unable to trace that line back. Do you know anything about this? Thank-you for your help in this matter. Susan Mecum
Added by Susan Mecum on Oct 14, 2015 6:28 AM
|Pam Cairns Palmer||Arnold J Koontz|
Hey again! I added an obituary to his memorial and requested links be made to his parents.
Find A Grave Memorial# 31793720
Added by Pam Cairns Palmer on Oct 12, 2015 8:02 PM
|Donna Brummett||RE: Lynn|
Juli I added the additional information to Catharine's memorial. I hope that was OK. If not let me know, I can take it out. Thanks
Added by Donna Brummett on Oct 12, 2015 7:50 AM
|Donna Brummett||Martha Neely|
Juli, please change the birth date for I had it for 1765 and it should read 1775. Thanks
Added by Donna Brummett on Oct 11, 2015 12:36 PM
|Pam Cairns Palmer||William Anderson Koontz|
Hey There Juli!
I added something that I felt you might think is very special! I found a photo of him at the Monroe County Historical Museum and added it to his memorial, Find A Grave Memorial# 74598819. Please feel free to add it to your family tree. I'm always on the look out for you...Just another trip to Iowa!
Added by Pam Cairns Palmer on Oct 08, 2015 5:42 PM
|Jennifer Allison||RE: Carnahan|
Mary Elma Carnahan (1882-1964) was married to Westley Herron Christy (1879-1973). They are both buried in the Bull Creek Cemetery with a joint Christy tombstone.
John Hugh Carnahan (1885-1912) was never married. He is also buried in the Bull Creek Cemetery.
Here is the findagrave link with a photo of his tombstone:
Jennifer Allison (Bauman)
Added by Jennifer Allison on Oct 02, 2015 5:41 PM
|Diana||RE: Hi Juli!|
Wow! I would love to see it. Makes you wonder a little why they felt they needed to go halfway across the world. lol
Added by Diana on Aug 04, 2015 3:09 PM
|Tom Nelson||Rev. Roy Osborne Chaney|
Hi Juli, this is just a note to tell you that I just posted another photo of your grandfather to his memorial page. Hope that's OK with you. Tom in Kansas City, MO P.S. And if his middle name was spelled Osborne as shown on the marker, you may want to correct the spelling at the top of the page.
Added by Tom Nelson on Aug 04, 2015 10:21 AM
Our line turned into Clodfelters. My Grandpas mother was a Clodfelter.
Added by Diana on Aug 04, 2015 9:41 AM
We are very very distantly related! lol We had the same 6th g grandfather- Johann Peter Glattfelder. I descend through their son Johannes Rudolf and Veronica (Hershberger) Glattfelder.
Added by Diana on Aug 04, 2015 9:39 AM
Hi Juli -
I'm an outlaw Allison; my kids are the real Allisons. Jessie Anettie [Carnahan] Allison is their great grandmother. When Ancestry.com was young I became acquainted online/email with Linda Nelson, Ben Carnahan and Harold Simpson. They shared info with me via snail mail and we conversed via email on and off.
When a family reunion was planned to visit the Carnahan family sites in PA, I called Louise Allison Lichy, Jessie's daughter, and she hosted a large group of Kansas relatives at my urging. I believe Leroy Allison took them to the appropriate grave sites and showed them around the farm, just like he did for my son and I. Stephen was in 4th grade and had do do a genealogy project. He has his own version of my tree combined with his wife's family.
Anyway, I haven't done much recently and going back to the Allison tree realize a lot of the hints or things I found earlier have more info. I also want to upload the Kansas side of the family because the Allison Reunion in is August and this will give them more information about how the family has spread. If I find more photos or extraneous info, I'll definitely pass it on.
Added by mallison on Jun 18, 2015 9:02 PM
|mallison||Find A Grave Memorial#). 70290474|
Hi Juli -
I just put a a photo I took in 1988 when my son, now 36 was 10 years old. I didn't take notice the first time I saw the memorial that you list him as John N Carnahan. Leroy Allison and his sister Louise, grand were quite specific that he was John Carnahan (Carnaghan)
John Carnahan did have a son by his first wife, Eliza Jane Clark Catherwood, who was named John Nelson Carnahan. John Nelson Carnahan was a "Cripple by Paralysis" according to the 1870 Census. He is still with his father in the 1880 census. in the 1900 census John Nelson is living with James C. and Mary E. Carnahan and their children. Listed as John N. brother, b Oct 1848 PA, age 51, farm laborer. Wesley Leroy Allison heard from his mother Jessie Annetta Carnahan (daughter of James Clark and Mary Emma[Harper] Carnahan that John Nelson suffered from some form of mental retardation. Jessie was 10 years old in the 1900 census, when her father's brother, John Nelson Cornahan [Carnahan], then 51 years old, lived with her family. In 1920 John Nelson is listed as John N Carushan, boarder, age 71. John Nelson Carnahan is living with his niece, Edna M Carnahan and her husband Alva M. McIntyre.
To the family he was called John Nelson. His father was never spoken of as having a middle name.
Not being critical at all. You're doing a great job. I'm trying to catch up loose ends and realized this is one of them.
Added by mallison on Jun 16, 2015 9:57 PM
No problem. Photo attached.
Added by FredGen on May 25, 2015 8:15 PM
|Kenneth Houser||RE: Thanks|
I happen to be there with my wife, putting flowers on her family's graves. I had seen your request, so I thought I would try to take care of it. Springville has a book, with the names and locations of the grave sites. I found it incomplete, as Daniel's name was not in the book. There were veterans there, placing flags, so I asked if that book was complete. The gentleman thought is was. I found Daniel's stone by searching every plot. When I go back, I plan to contact whom ever is in charge, and ask them to add Daniel's info to their book.
I will probably be going back there, next week, to pick up flowers. I will check photo requests for Springville before I head out. There are several McShane markers in the cemetery. If you give me names, I will look for them for you. Daniel's marker was a single stone with just his name.
Added by Kenneth Houser on May 24, 2015 12:53 PM
|Eldon Esau||RE: Thanks|
You are Welcome.
Added by Eldon Esau on May 22, 2015 4:59 AM