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Billy Barber (#47223426)
 member for 4 years, 7 months, 15 days
Haller Family Cemetery

You and I have some Haller ancestors in common. I have tried to locate the Haller Family Cemetery but failed. I presume it is somewhere off Route 42 west of Woodstock. You have clearly been there, judging from the photos you have posted. Can you give me specific directions to the cemetery?


Added by Teresa on Aug 21, 2014 5:59 PM

Jim Hitchcock
RE: Layhill Methodist Episcopal church Cemetery
Bill, I'm happy to transfer - good luck with your genealogical work. Let me know if any of this didn't work right and I'll fix it. Happy Fourth of July

Added by Jim Hitchcock on Jul 03, 2014 11:38 AM

RE: Amanda C. Fry
I will fix that and take care of Jacob Rinker's info. Have been out of commission lately.


Added by Nancy on Mar 20, 2014 12:36 PM

RE: Samuel & Josie Cash
You're welcome!

Added by Laura on Mar 17, 2014 3:35 PM

Helen L. Smith Hoke
Ernest Coffman
I linked and transferred him to you but there is two memorials for his wife and mine was first but I am deleting her and trying to add yours to Ernest Coffman. If I can't since I already transferred him to you, please link them when you can. Thank you for all you do a Find a Grave.

Added by Helen L. Smith Hoke on Mar 03, 2014 9:28 AM

Jeff Holm
Joseph Wurzer, Vernie Wetterauer and Andrew Wetterauer
Hi = these people are my great grandfather and my aunt and uncle. Can you let me know how you have found their pictures. You have many family pictures that me and my Grandmother see many of our family members. Please contact me. Danke.

Added by Jeff Holm on Feb 12, 2014 12:41 AM

Cecelia McKeig
Lester Coffelt
Always glad to transfer memorials to a caring family member. Happy New Year

Added by Cecelia McKeig on Dec 31, 2013 7:02 AM

Toni McKeen
Robert Coffelt
Connected Robert Coffelt to his family as you requested. Also suggested to one of my students to contact you as a possible relative.

Added by Toni McKeen on Dec 21, 2013 8:36 PM

Apollonia Estelle Poss Ricketts
I just transferred Apollonia Estelle Poss Ricketts to you. Please take care of her. I always like the memorials that I start to have a good home and a loving family.

Added by JanFamily on Nov 10, 2013 9:39 AM

Dianne Ledet
Heinrich Haller

Heinrich Haller was my 6th great grandfather. My mother's maiden name was Hollar.

Would love to share info with you. Are you on ancestry dot com?

Dianne Ledet
Houston, Texas

Added by Dianne Ledet on Oct 28, 2013 9:30 AM

Gloria Imogene "Jean" Holler
Relationship link gladly added. If you would like a transfer, just let me know!

Added by Seagull on Oct 09, 2013 12:04 PM

Johann Goittlieb Airy
Thank you for your extensive notes on Johann,
(Memorial# 93254939). He is my 7x Great Grandfather, and with your notes I have now discovered my german ancestry.
Do you mind if I copy your notes to my ancestry files, with credit to you of course.
Thank you

Added by Kristina on Sep 29, 2013 4:57 PM

Briggs and Burriss
Thank you for the additional information for these memorials. All has been added.

Added by Dech on Sep 15, 2013 11:46 AM

Fred Sanford
RE: Karoly & Pearl Ordey
Sometimes one gets lucky...what was impossible last week was made obtainable cause of the sharp-eyed guy with the weed whacker. He must have had just enough sun that day to hit at the right angles so that he caught it and went to work. Even so, you can see he was cautious not to damage the marker.
Something told me to go check it and there it was!
What could be done is a work order to dog around it say 3" or so - that's been done in other cases - and it seems to curb the grass from overspreading it at a later date. Glad we got to 'get er done!'...

Added by Fred Sanford on Aug 19, 2013 6:47 PM

Dana Dancy
St. James cemetery, Lititz, PA
Just thought you would like to know that the St. James cemetery is being restored. There was a news article on TV tonight, asking for volunteers Saturday morning (Aug. 3). I believe it stated they dug up over 100 gravestones and the Moravian church along with volunteers will be using the original burial plot diagram to place the dug up gravestones in their correct spots. Many of the gravestones had sunk and also had been moved from a long ago restoration and apparently the cemetery was previously used by local children as a playground.
You might want to remove your photo request for Johannes Haller (memorial #56864000) and wait a couple of weeks, then request it again. I am going to try and visit the cemetery soon.
Best wishes, Dana

Added by Dana Dancy on Aug 02, 2013 9:06 PM

janet donner
ruben bowers
there has been a duplicate on his wife
I am trying to get that straightened out
and if you will use the edit button and give
me your Find A Grave number as soon as the problem is
solved I will transfer

Added by janet donner on Jul 14, 2013 1:10 PM

Sandra King
William Payne
I made the corrections on his memorial.


Added by Sandra King on Jul 09, 2013 9:02 PM

Gary Bonney
Ray family corrections
I made the corrections and links.

Added by Gary Bonney on Jun 30, 2013 8:29 AM

60724054 - Barbara Rinker Coffman
Dear Bill,

I came across the limited marriage data for Barbara Rinker's parents in ScV. Henry Rinker married Christina Waggoner on 27sep1783 in ScV (Shenandoah County, Virginia). Age, marital status, birth place and parent's names were blank.

No ScV marriage record was found for Barbara & Adolph.

Always, in Find A Grave brotherhood,

Added by E49 on Jun 25, 2013 3:41 AM

RE: Nelson E. Burroughs
The only person I know in that photo is Nelson. Myrtle isn't in that photo. Sorry I can't be of more help. Not too long ago, I did come across another photo of Nelson and Myrtle and others who I believe are Nelson's family. I can't put my hands on it this minute, but when I do, I will let you know so I can get it to you.

Thanks for the transfer of Myrtle's memorial. I appreciate it.


Added by NancyHV on Jun 23, 2013 7:14 AM

something I just realized
I saw the photo you have of Nelson Burroughs. I believe you got that from me a few years ago! So good to see it on his page!

Nancy Vest

Added by NancyHV on Jun 22, 2013 4:53 PM

request for transfer
Would you transfer Myrtle Virginia Hillard Burroughs to me? I am not a direct relative, but I am the closest there will ever be. Myrtle's mother, Gertude Price Hillard, and my great-grandfather, Montgomery Price, were siblings. Montgomery and his wife raised my father (their grandson). Growing up, my father and Myrtle were very close and remained so through their lives. Myrtle was an only child. Myrtle married, but had no children. Her husband died in the 1950's. My father was her closest relative, and she was like an aunt to my sister and me. We visited her regularly or she visited us. She was always with us for holidays and birthdays. When she passed, my dad was her sole beneficiary. To this day, I have pieces of her furniture all over my house. Considering the close relationship I've had with Myrtle, and the fact that she had no family of her own, would you please consider transferring her memorial to me? Her findagrave # is 74650799.
Nancy Vest

Added by NancyHV on Jun 22, 2013 4:51 PM

Pat Sugg
RE: Nancy Ann (Williams) Barber
Bill, No problem. I was happy to do it.

Added by Pat Sugg on Jun 21, 2013 10:47 AM

Krissy Johnson Weakland
Fry obits
Thank you so much for the Fry Obituaries..they have been added to their memorials! Much appreciated!

Added by Krissy Johnson Weakland on Jun 08, 2013 4:54 AM

John Stoutimore
RE: John Coffelt (1813 - 1895)

I found an obit for Rebecca Coffelt (d 1896) and a wedding write-up for Lucy Virginia Coffelt and Joseph F Hottel, and posted them. I didn't find an obit for Christina but my search was brief.

You can search in "Chronicling America" (CA) newspapers. First narrow the search to Virginia newspapers. Search on "Coffelt" and any known variations. (CA won't allow wild-card searches). Then sort the results by date and scroll through to the year you're looking for and ignore papers from the wrong cities.

Sometimes word searches don't work because the characters aren't recognized. In that case you might search on her maiden name (often mentioned in obits). Or, since you know the date she died, go to the next issues of the local paper and "read" them and hope you find it.

My family surname is spelled various ways. I knew that my Missouri great grandfather visited Roanoke relatives in 1897, but I couldn't find it by searching the Roanoke paper for his surname. So I searched on his sister's married surname and found it. They had spelled his name the way Virginia relatives spell it.

I use a digital image editing program called GIMP to tidy up. Most CA images are dark and not level. I typically use the GIMP functions in this order: Whiten; straighten; enhance if needed (darkens and sharpens text); erase old borders; enlarge the canvas; add credits and date; crop; add border. Some obits are too big to download in one piece, so you have to download pieces, clean them up, and digitally reattach them.

Happy hunting!

Added by John Stoutimore on May 10, 2013 10:01 AM


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