I was wondering if anyone knows much about Edwin Hurst Lundy's ancestors?
His father was Edward J. Lundy, 1868-1921.
His grand father was Thomas P. Lundy, 1840-1913.
His great-grandfather was Joseph Lundy, 1809-1881.
I have a lot of information about these folks.
I was especially interested in Joseph Lundy. He was probably the brother of Eleazar Lundy, 1808? to 1854? Eleazar is my 3rd great grandfather. Does anyone know the parents of Joseph or Eleazar Lundy?
Added by Wayne on Mar 02, 2015 4:46 PM
Looking for some info on Issac Lundy.He may be a relative.Thankyou
Added by Karen Thompson on Oct 14, 2014 4:11 PM
|Glenn Benner||George W Lunday|
Hi Donald & Betty,
Thank you for your efforts on findagrave !
If one of you (or both) are descendents of George W. Lunday #80969362. Please contact me. My ancestor served in the same Company in the civil war. Much info to share, if you have interest.
Added by Glenn Benner on Oct 14, 2014 9:17 AM
|Lostnfog & son||edit tab|
dont forget to check your edit tab for the edits or SACs that are not emailed directly to you
Added by Lostnfog & son on Jan 09, 2014 7:31 AM
|donna auman||john and sarah jane black|
There are 6 other Black's buried on this plot including my great grandmother and 4 of her grandchildren and her daughter in law. Donna
Added by donna auman on Oct 30, 2013 9:05 PM
Thank you a hundred times! I just saw the picture you took of my grandfathers headstone and you went the extra effort to put his exact spot for future generations!
You are truly, truly appreciated!
Added by MrsCNavyWife on Apr 14, 2013 8:37 AM
|dyo||Benjamin Horn- Mellinger Mennonite Cemetery|
Thanks so much for your efforts. I have made a note on his memorial that "no extant gravestone has been found".
Added by dyo on Apr 10, 2013 9:30 AM
|susanrkh||John and Naomi Graeter|
Thank you so much for taking and adding the photo of their marker!
Added by susanrkh on Apr 10, 2013 7:13 AM
|Susan Curnow Wilson||Holiday|
Hello Donald & Betty.
Thanks for the photo for Alan & Adeline Holliday.
Added by Susan Curnow Wilson on Apr 10, 2013 6:10 AM
|Elizabeth ||Elizabeth Slough|
Thank you for taking the picture of Elizabeth Slough's grave marker. It is so sad that many of my ancestor's stones have fallen over and are illegible. I am glad I have pictures of them before they are gone.
Added by Elizabeth on Mar 29, 2013 8:37 PM
|J Martin||Lancaster Cemetery|
Hi, I really appreciate the pictures - but I think it is the wrong person. Reuben was born in 1871 and married to a Mary. The picture you entered is for a Rudolph with different dates. I see
I think their is already a file with Rudolf's photo in it - but I don't see one for Catharine and would be more than happy to create a file for her if you can provide her dates.
Tombstones of Rudolf Fenstermacher (September 11, 1811 - June 20, 1887) and his wife Catharine Fenstermacher in plot #648 of Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA (March 21, 2013).
The Cemetery burial register lists the deceased as Rudolph R. Fenstemacher (sic) who died on June 20, 1887 at age 76 and was buried in lot #648 on June 23, 1887, "Died in Millersville".
Added by J Martin on Mar 21, 2013 8:31 PM
|Lyn Dodge||John S. Lundy|
Thank you so much for taking time to photograph and post the headstone of my great-great grand uncle John S. Lundy.
Added by Lyn Dodge on Mar 20, 2013 2:45 PM
|Sara Stewart||Maria Landis photo request|
I was just looking at this photo request for the Mellinger Mennonite Cemetery in Lancaster County, PA.
Here is some info that I have.
Maria Weber 1695-1787 was married to Benjamin Landis 1697-1781. They had 4 children:
Benjamin Landis 1730-1787 wife Anna Snavely
Maria Landis Buckwalter 1738-1804
Henry Landis 1744-1825 wife Maria Brubaker
Barbara Landis Buckwalter 1747-1820
Benjamin and Henry both died in Lancaster County.Henry is buried in Mellinger and there is a picture of his gravestone 70546943
Benjamin died in Manheim, Lancaster
Added by Sara Stewart on Oct 31, 2012 4:42 PM
|Shirley Bradley||Photo Request - Simmons|
Hi Donald and Betty -
Thanks for the great photo. It has also helped me fill in some blanks and questions I had about this couple. Appreciate all the time and work.
Added by Shirley Bradley on Jul 17, 2012 9:08 AM
|Donna Thomas||Erisman photos Conestoga Memorial Park|
Good morning Donald and Betty,
I just wanted to thank you for taking the photos I requested. You are performing a much needed and a much appreciated service. Thank you very much.
Added by Donna Thomas on Jul 17, 2012 5:03 AM
|Donna Thomas||John and Anna Krentz, Conestoga Memorial Park|
Donald and Betty,
Thank you for the photographs of their grave markers. I really appreciate your doing this for me.
Added by Donna Thomas on Jul 14, 2012 1:21 AM
|rose hampton||ruthie haleman-mcgaw|
i forgot to leave my email address incase you are able to locate their graveside. it is email@example.com. thank you.
Added by rose hampton on Jul 13, 2012 4:38 PM
|rose hampton||looking for my aunt and uncle's grave|
dear mr donald and mrs betty. i do not know if you can help me or not, i am also trying to locate another aunt and uncle of mine who are both deceased. his name is alfred o mcgaw, he was born jan. 25,1905- and he passed on jan 29, 1998. actually he was married to my late aunt ruth (haleman) mcgaw. they both died in sunbury, pa... i do not know when she was born, but i believe she died somewhere in 1953 or so. i do not even know when aunt ruthie's birthday is or even the year... uncle alfred was married to his second wife majorie k mcgaw, she was born sept 16,1907- and she passed on sept 30, 2005 in sunbury pa, just as my uncle alfred and his first wife, whom is my late aunt ruth haleman. all i do know about their burial is i believe all 3 people are buried in a family plot somewhere in sunbury, pa. i just cannot remember where, because it has been yrs since i visited aunt ruthie's grave. i sure hope you help me locate their graveside. i have had no luck what-so-ever with finding them. i would be forever grateful if you are able to locate them and the family plot, somewhere in sunbury, pa.
thank you so very much, Rose Hampton
Added by rose hampton on Jul 13, 2012 4:35 PM
|rose hampton||paul and eleanor haleman|
thank you so very much for locating my late aunt and uncle's grave in pa. i was never able to go to their funeral(s) so, i just wanted a copy of what their headstone looked like.
thank you so much
may god bless you both richly.
Mrs. Rose Hampton
Added by rose hampton on Jul 13, 2012 4:14 PM
|carolyn ericksen||musselman grave markers|
Many thanks for providing photos of my family grave markers.
Added by carolyn ericksen on May 16, 2012 10:28 AM
|Lisa Winner Haas||Thanks Don and Betty!|
Thanks so much for photographing the grave markers I requested. You are special.
Lisa Winner Haas #47275787
Added by Lisa Winner Haas on Apr 21, 2012 4:37 PM
|Dana Dancy||Musselman photos|
Thank you for the info. and photos of gravestones at the Woodward Hill cemetery.
Added by Dana Dancy on Apr 19, 2012 5:13 AM
|David Beittel||Beitel & Heffley graves|
many many thanks for providing the long awaited grave markers of my family
David R. Beittel
Added by David Beittel on Apr 17, 2012 9:09 PM
Thank you! Clears up a question another member had on this couple. Very clearly read on the marker. Much appreciated!
Added by GerbLady on Apr 14, 2012 7:57 AM
|ditdit||John D Kuhns|
Again thank you for the gravestone photos.If I miss one please know I am very appreciative!
Added by ditdit on Mar 27, 2012 1:57 PM