|MaurerSeeker||David not Daniel|
Yes, I meant David not Daniel. Fingers sometimes don't type what I tell them to. I have been to several of the Wertman Family Assoc. reunions and usually get new information each time. I don't find an Andrew Maurer in my tree but will look more. I'll let you know,
Added by MaurerSeeker on Jul 11, 2014 7:34 AM
|MaurerSeeker||re: Daniel Dieffenbacher|
re Daniel Dieffenbacher, Find A Grave Memorial# 67353525, I believe his DOB should be 19 Nov 1814, not 1844.
Also there seems to be a question about his DOD. Some have 31 Jan 1898 while others have 21 Jun 1898. Perhaps a photo of his tombstone at Stitzel Cemetery, (if any), or the McEwensville church records could straighten this out. Thanks, Earl Maurer, Chicago area.
PS I am a great grandson of Jesse Francis Wertman of Shamokin/Bear Valley area. Any connection?
Added by MaurerSeeker on Jul 10, 2014 7:59 AM
|leigh wiethoff||Derr family info|
Kathy, Our almost whole family tree info is on Rootsweb.com, the free version of ancestry.com. I have tried to keep it up with all the info I have so far and it has the newer generations also. It is under my name but you could search for a Derr and maybe find more thru that.
Glad to meet you and we will be in touch. As I said, I have photos to scan going back a century or so.
Added by leigh wiethoff on Feb 24, 2014 1:16 PM
|leigh wiethoff||Charles Derr relative|
Thank you for posting information on Charles and Annie Derr. They were my great-grandparents and I have photos to add when I get them scanned. I have the family tree charts that Charles Derr did. He was a professional and even published a book that is in libraries. I am trying to trace a copy but I have the notes he used. I am the one in our family that does all the research and has the photos and papers. Finding this site is great and I plan to do more searches and submit more info as I have time.
Added by leigh wiethoff on Feb 24, 2014 9:17 AM
|K Kelly||martha calhoun|
Thanks for your very prompt reply. I am looking for the parents of Esther Caldwell who married Richard Pollock.
Richard was from the Exchange area also, and was born 1791. I have not had much success finding his parents either, though several researchers have him with Samuel Pollock, though he is a bit old.
Thanks for taking the time to look. If you have other business taking you to Warrior Run in the spring, please check it out!
Kathy in Chilly Philly
Added by K Kelly on Dec 30, 2013 9:09 PM
|K Kelly||martha calhoun, b 1767, warrior run|
The listing for this person at Warrior Run in Northumberland contains a photo of the headstone. Under her husband's name it says "of Derry Township......"
I can't make out the last part. Can you decipher from your original photo? There are several Derry Townships about!
Thanks for all you do,
Added by K Kelly on Dec 30, 2013 6:04 PM
|VASMD||John Hoffman 1817-1881|
Your Findagrave memorial for John Hoffman places him buried in St Johns Cemetery Watsontown, PA. Yet I have a picture of his headstone, which also names Lydia as his wife, in an un-named cemetery Dewart, Northumberland County. Is Deward & Watsontown near each other -- perhpas this is one and the same cemetery??
Added by VASMD on Oct 18, 2013 11:45 AM
|Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan||Jarrett=Wertman lines|
I personal want too thank you for all your hard work and without you I could not do my family who are in your area for I live in OR now.
Many Many thanks too you and your brother
for I have loads of info on the Wertman family and the Jarretts with are my grandparents.
Again Kathi what you are during is great and again I really from the bottom of my heart want too THANK YOU and bless you for all you do
Mary K. Gummo/Sulllivan#47109975
Added by Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan on Aug 08, 2013 7:41 AM
|Cheryl Lowe||Joseph Hutchison|
Thank you very much!
Added by Cheryl Lowe on Apr 02, 2013 1:07 PM
|Don DeWitt||RE: The hair!|
Leland DeWitt is listed in an obituary index at: http://www.pa-roots.com/mckean/Obituaries/BradfordEraObituaries/BradfordEraObitIndex.html
Perhaps you can find the actual obit which may tell where he is buried?
He is listed as DE WITT not DEWITT at
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 31, 2013 4:25 PM
|Don DeWitt||The hair!|
Who is the guy in the photo! Nice hair!
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 31, 2013 1:40 PM
Actually,... I just realized that the photo on her husband's memorial should be on Minnie's and perhaps there is another for him?
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 31, 2013 11:39 AM
When you have time can you add the Fogelman photo to her memorial too?
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 31, 2013 11:38 AM
|Don DeWitt||Fogelman pic|
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 31, 2013 11:31 AM
|Don DeWitt||Ida May Hoffman Hartranft|
Thanks so much for the photo. I was not sure of the spelling of her married name.
Added by Don DeWitt on Mar 28, 2013 8:58 PM
|Martha Fox||Foxes in Hughesville, Bughes, Allen|
Thanks to you and other people-
The gravesites that I know about are as follows:
Catherine (Bugh) Gundrum 1806-1840
Flora Allen (Fox)1856-1899
Elizabeth Elva Moser (Bugh)-1783-1867
All the Foxes listed below
except for John Fox b.. 1840
Samuel E. Fox b.1864
Christian Gray was the second wife of Samuel Gundrum (1806-1892) and married him in 1840 after Catherine Bugh (1806-1840). Each wife had children. Mary Elizabeth Gundrum (1836-1925) was one of Catharine Bugh Gundrum's three children.
(1st wife) Catharine Bugh 1806-1840
(2nd wife) Christian Gray 1823-1873
This what I have about Foxes-(I am lacking information about earlier generations before 1802)
First generation-came from Germany in 1840
John Fox 1802-1876
(1st wife) Elizabeth ? 1806-1863
children-Matthew Fox 1832-1877
John Fox 1840
(2nd wife) Martha Edkin 1842-1866
Elmer Fox 1867-1877
Second Generation--came from Germany in 1840
John Fox -lacking information
Matthew Fox 1832-1877
m. Mary Elizabeth Gundrum 1836-1920
John B. Fox1861-1941
Alberta Fox 1874-1948
Matilda Fox 1859-1948
Third Generation-George W. Fox 1855-1925
1st wife-Flora (Florence) Allen 1856-1899
2nd wife-Alice Croft White
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 25, 2013 1:15 PM
|Martha Fox||Catharine Bugh Gundrum correction|
Catharine Bugh 1806-1840 at Immanuel Lutheran became the first wife of Samuel Gundrum 1806-1892 who married a second wife, Christiann Gray, in 1840.
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 24, 2013 11:27 PM
|Martha Fox||Catharine Bugh Gundrum|
In Immanuel Lutheran, there is a grave for Catharine Gundrum 1806-1840. I thought that this is the gravestone for Catharine Bugh Gundrum. Is this correct or wrong? Thank you.
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 24, 2013 9:56 PM
|Martha Fox||RE: Norman Bugh|
Thank you for the information about Norman Bugh,and the ancestral information about the von Bughs from Germany. I hope to find more information about them.
According to the information I have, from family trees on Ancestry.com and personal communication from a family member, Catherine Bugh, the daughter of Elizabeth Moser and John Bugh was married to John Gundrum. Their daughter Mary Elizabeth (Gundrum) Fox and Matthew Fox are buried in Pleasant Hill along with several Fox relatives, Matthew's parents John and Elizabeth, and several of Matthew's and Mary's children.
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 24, 2013 9:11 PM
|Martha Fox||RE: Norman Bugh|
Thank you for writing.
I think that Daniel Bugh, the father of Norman Bugh who died as an infant in 1811, is a different Daniel Bugh from the Daniel Bugh, son of John Bugh and Elizabeth Moser, who lived from 1819 to 1898. I am wondering if the earlier Daniel Bugh is a brother of John Bugh, and therefore the uncle of his namesake, or perhaps another relative.
My great-great grandfather was Matthew Fox, who was married to my great-great grandmother Mary Elizabeth Gundrum, whose mother was Catherine Bugh, the daughter of John Bugh and Elizabeth Moser, and another sister of Daniel Bugh.
I would be interested to have any information you have about Matthew Fox, including the 1874 letter by Abraham Bugh.
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 24, 2013 6:04 PM
|Martha Fox||Norman Bugh|
Do you have any information about Daniel and Susan Bugh, the parents of Norman listed on his tombstone at Immanual Lutheran? Thank you.
Martha Fox (a relative?)
Added by Martha Fox on Jan 24, 2013 1:04 PM
|Carol Kaye||RE: Calhoun|
I looks to me (doing research in Ancestry.com) that Martha Caldwell's maiden name was Calhoon and her parents were William and Martha. That could be the link.
You see a Calhoun Caldwell 1805-1822
and a John Caldwell Calhoun 1776-1838
Added by Carol Kaye on Aug 07, 2012 4:18 PM
Hi Kathi, Could you get me a list of who is buried in K-1R thru K15R? Thanks.
Added by Carol Kaye on Aug 06, 2012 7:35 AM
|Carol Kaye||William Calhoun|
Thanks for the picture. Good Job!
Added by Carol Kaye on Aug 06, 2012 7:23 AM
|Carol Kaye||James Calhoon|
Thanks for the pictures. Good Job!
Added by Carol Kaye on Aug 06, 2012 7:23 AM