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Mary Lou Cook
RE: Keim-Livengood Cemetery
I photographed all of the markers that were visible when I visited the cemetery in 2009. There were a few markers that were just not readable so I did not photograph them. sorry. Mary Lou

Added by Mary Lou Cook on Aug 17, 2013 5:24 PM

Marcia Salvatore
RE: Frederick Swearman
There is some additional information. Please contact me at my email address and I will be happy to help you.

Added by Marcia Salvatore on Jan 20, 2013 4:32 AM

RE: Celia Luzier
I'm sorry but I do not. I have taken a photo of every stone in Crown Crest Cemetery. Acording to the guy that cuts the grass there are approximately 6500 stones in that cemetery. I do not remember where hers was. If you call the phone number that is by the Crown Crest Office building across the street they will be able to tell you where it is. Sorry I couldn't help.

Added by Henrietta on Aug 11, 2012 6:38 PM

Dee Billings-Gonzales
RE: Ancestry
I am related to the Livengood families. Could you please email me? so that we can chat? Thanks!

Added by Dee Billings-Gonzales on Aug 05, 2012 2:36 PM

Mary Lou Cook
RE: Ancestry
I have Keim, Hochstetler, and Stutzman ancestors. You can see my working files on my home page: Look under the "Surname" link for all my files.

Added by Mary Lou Cook on Aug 03, 2012 3:10 PM

Janet LaMotte
RE: Phillippi
I suggest you google Jorge Franz Phillippi. There are a number of family trees posted on the internet. There is also a lot of information on and as well as It is also useful to contact the historical society in the county where he lived. They usually have files contributed by other researchers. My Phillippi's migrated from PA to SW Virginia. My Phillippi's are well documented with a number of published books. Hopefully, someone will publish a book about the Phillippi's who stayed in PA.

Added by Janet LaMotte on Jul 23, 2012 10:07 AM

Janet LaMotte
RE: John Phillippi 1767-1847
I am a descendant of Johannes Phillippi and Eva Maria Barbara Eichelberger. What information are you looking for?

Added by Janet LaMotte on Jul 22, 2012 10:01 PM

RoseAnn Gelnett Ruhl
RE: Gelnett
I have facebook and e-mail get contact me. his home town meiserville Pa.

Added by RoseAnn Gelnett Ruhl on May 18, 2012 7:21 PM

Bill R
RE: Miller Farm Cemetery
I did find something in some old files that may, or not, be helpful.

Directions to Miller Farm Cemetery

We have not been able to locate Christian, Barbara & Nicholas Nave's grave site, but I have a strong suspicion they were buried on a farm that was owned by John Raymond Miller & it is located close to the old Mineral Springs Church & it is on the back road leading to the dam. The last time I was up hunting this site, I talked to a older gentleman who is 90 yrs of age & he told me there used to be an old Miller cemetery on this property & the farmer removed the stones & plowed up the ground. He must have destroyed the stones because we can't find any of them.

From Glenn Nave

Added by Bill R on Jan 22, 2012 5:40 PM

KE Tuttle
Magdalina Shalus
Thank you for bringing to my attention the missing information on g7 grandmother's memorial.

Added by KE Tuttle on Jan 13, 2012 4:00 PM

Sherry Bish Jesberger
Edward Hays
Edward was born in February 17-- I fixed it in memorial. This is a busy week for me-- as soon as I find the time I will transfer the memorials that your requested.

Added by Sherry Bish Jesberger on Jan 10, 2012 5:16 AM

KE Tuttle
Fritz Family
I had George as born in StonyCreek Twp in Somerset PA (where the big Fritz homes were) and died in Sipesville PA. His wife was Catherine Shaulis, whose family had ties to many of the Fritz family.

Jacob Shaulis was the Caligripher of the Declaration of Independence...

George and William were the brothers that stayed in PA when the rest of the family moved to the new frontier in Illinios after the Winebago Indian territory was opened (1854?). Henry had been a tailor but since there were already a few tailors in the new Lee County area, he and his sons kept to farming.

If you have a chance to read the "History of Somerset County" (1884 version), it tells more about the family.

What were the wives names of your branch of the family after George and Catherine? Do you have birth and death dates?

Simon's youngest son was named Alvin. We were not sure where grandpa Simon got that name. Uncle Alvin passed away not many years ago.

Added by KE Tuttle on Jan 08, 2012 7:00 PM

Vernon A. Miller
Daniel & Elizabeth Beal Lepley Memorials
As you will have noticed I have transferred management of these memorials to you as you requested. Elizabeth Beal is my 1st cousin 4X removed. Enjoy.

Added by Vernon A. Miller on Jan 07, 2012 7:15 PM

Sherry Bish Jesberger
I have transferred Isaac Hayes and his wife Mary McCauley Hayes to you. However, I will retain Edward and Catherine (Gelnett) Hays, as I am a direct descendent of them. Thanks!

Added by Sherry Bish Jesberger on Jan 07, 2012 5:30 AM

KE Tuttle
Henry Fritz
It appears we are cousins. Henry was my ggg grandfather. My grandmother was Bessie Fritz, daughter of Simon Fritz b in Illinois where Henry was living. Harmon was father to Simon and son of Henry. After Henry's death, Harmon moved his branch of the family to the area around Red Oak Iowa. Simon and his 2 brothers packed up their families and adventured out to the dry lands of Northern Colorado.

Bessie married Art Tuttle and they had my father, Art Jr. I was born there in Fort Collins near them all. I was very fortunate to have known and loved Simon. We heard some of Harmon and Henry. I have been working for the past few years to find out more about our common ancestor and am in the process of proving his connection to Christian Fritz for DAR. Henry has been my missing link in this endeavor.

I would love to hear about your branch of the Fritz family.

Added by KE Tuttle on Jan 06, 2012 9:32 AM

Re: Phillippi
I come from the Phillippi line starting with George Phillippi b1726 in France - d1798 in Somerset PA. Then, John 1767-1847 of Somerset, PA, Goerge 1796-1853 of Somerset, PA, and then Benjamin, 1844-1902, who branched out to McPherson,Kansas. I only have pictures of their headstones. I see that Janet has the Phillippi tree posted, so I'm sure we have duplicated information. How are you related?

Added by Melanie on Jan 04, 2012 11:45 AM

Janet LaMotte
RE: Phillippi
I have posted a family tree on (world connect) for the Somerset Phillippi's. I descend from the branch that migrated from Somerset to Wythe Co VA.

Added by Janet LaMotte on Jan 04, 2012 11:28 AM

Sherry Bish Jesberger
I can GET pictures but I'll have to wait until the weather warms up. I've been working on the the genealogies of these Fox Township families for more than 18 years.

Added by Sherry Bish Jesberger on Jan 04, 2012 9:25 AM


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