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Debbie Adams (#47781688)
 member for 2 years, 4 months, 15 days
Kathy Bartholomew-Wood
Thomas Schaffer
Please email me at kathrynbartholomew.wood@gmail.com in re to Bartholomew-Schaffer family... hope I will beable to help you more, Kathy Bartholomew-Wood

Added by Kathy Bartholomew-Wood on Sep 02, 2013 3:12 PM

Kathy Bartholomew-Wood
RE: the Sobers family
Debbie, apparently you did not receive my reply... I have checked my files and have not come across the reason for all of the Sober deaths the same year but seems like I remember something about illness, maybe smallpox??? At the time of this research, I don't believe I took down all the information as I didn't know at the time I would be continue the search I have now grown to love. Sorry I can't be more help. Kathy

Added by Kathy Bartholomew-Wood on Sep 02, 2013 3:09 PM

Researcher
RE: william williams
I do not know.

Added by Researcher on Jul 25, 2013 4:30 PM

lynne edling
RE: Mae Starr
your welcome

Added by lynne edling on Jun 26, 2013 4:53 PM

lynne edling
RE: Clayton and Mae Starr
your welcome glade to do it

lynn

Added by lynne edling on Jun 26, 2013 4:52 PM

Kathy Bartholomew-Wood
Sober Family
Debbie, so sorry you did not get my message... I researched all the info I had and I'm sorry to say I do not know why the three of them died in the same year... I'm thinking I remember something about a sickness. If I find out anything I will let you know, Kathy Bartholomew-Wood

Added by Kathy Bartholomew-Wood on Jun 26, 2013 4:52 PM

Paul Makely
Magdalena Miller
Only one with that date Mary Miller 1790-1882 and on the same stone John 1852-1954 Amelia 1846-1929 Seth 1819 - 1954 Anna M. 1826-1915 joseph E. 1862-1930 and joseph 1788-1862. if that the one e-mail me back at makely@ptd.net or Leave a Message. and I will post it. Paul

Added by Paul Makely on Jun 26, 2013 3:27 PM

Joanne Gross Vaughn
RE: Emma Jane Miller
Debbie
I'm a bit confused, Monk Miller was married to Leda Conner Miller, they had no children but adopted 2 boys that were Leda's brother Bert Conners. June Conner Miller and James "Chuck" Conner.
Do you have any info that he did have a child with Emma ? Who are Emma's parents ?

Added by Joanne Gross Vaughn on Jun 02, 2013 2:21 PM

J.G.B.
Samuel Miller...
Didn't realize I had it until I was home. I looked around for an oldie but figure I didn't have it and skipped out once rain drops started hitting me in the head. Later realized it was one of the first I snapped going in and didn't cross the name off. The rows I followed were slightly off as I have them so figured I'd missed it. Glad it helped.

Added by J.G.B. on May 13, 2013 7:57 PM

HBE
Sarah Freer
Debbie
I added the info you sent me. I also linked Sarah to her Husband Theodore. Thank you for the info & have a beautiful day Harold Elston HBE

Added by HBE on Apr 08, 2013 7:22 AM

Amy Schiller
RE: William Dintaman
Glad I could help :)

Added by Amy Schiller on Mar 23, 2013 10:32 PM

Brenda & Pete
RE: William A Becker
Hi Debbie,

You're very welcome. Glad we were able to fulfill your request.

Brenda & Pete

Added by Brenda & Pete on Mar 21, 2013 1:47 AM

Bruce Speck
RE: Arthur J Meck
You're welcome. I'm glad I could assist you. I'm not related to this family and entered a memorial for Arthur Meck when I photographed the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. I also found an obituary for him that I attached to his memorial if you would like to review it.

Added by Bruce Speck on Mar 19, 2013 1:56 PM

Law-Miller Roots
RE: Charles Henry Miller
Hi, Unfortunately, we are not related and do not have any additional information on Charles H. Miller. We just added the photo of the Church to the main cemetery page (and admins chose this as the default for each memorial in the cemetery). Charles' entry was added by Janet Smith - you could try and contact her to see if she might have more information? Sorry we couldn't help...

Added by Law-Miller Roots on Nov 24, 2012 6:18 PM

Gwynspekes
Earl Dietzel
Debbie,
The best thing to do is send an edit with the information you want posted...or request a transfer. People that take photos post photos. I am sorry if I do not understand..but I take alot of photos. That is all I do is put the stone on Find A Grave. I do no genealogy. Hopefully that will help in someone's studies.
I do not mean to be harsh..and as I said perhaps I do not understand....but I do not want to claim a request when the photo is already there. Gwyn

Added by Gwynspekes on Nov 24, 2012 3:16 PM

Gwynspekes
Earl Dietzel
Hi Debbie,
I was taking a look at Friedensville. Isn't a picture posted for his stone???? Thanks, Gwyn

Added by Gwynspekes on Nov 24, 2012 2:29 PM

Tony Klingensmith
Theodore Freer
Debbie,

I like the new changes to Theodore's memorial and think it will serve his memory very well. This was a true team effot to honor Theodore.

Tony

Added by Tony Klingensmith on Oct 20, 2012 11:04 AM

Tony Klingensmith
RE: Theodore Freer
Debbie,

Thanks for confirming my suspicions that Theodore served with the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry. I have an alternate interpretation of the symbol and lettering at the top of Theordore's headstone. The "P of W" or prisoner of war might actually be "P of H." Since Theordore enlisted in April 1865, the war was over and he probably never left the Pennsylvania/West Virginia area (I'm writing a book on the 18th PA Cavalry and they remained near West Virginia for the remainder of their service). I instead think there are two symbols involved here. First, the three chain links refer to the Internaltion Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) an organization that appears to be similar to the Masons in my research. This is confirmed by a brass plaque next to his headstone with the letters FLT (Friendship, Love, and Truth) and the three linked chains, symbolism of the I.O.O.F. The second symbol I think is "P of H" which stands for Patrons of Husbandry, also known as the National Grange, which is sn agricultural organization. I've asked the gentleman who recenlty photographed Theodore's headstone to see if he can determine if the last letter is an H or a W.

Interesting syumbolism here. If you search for gravestone symbols on the Internet, you will find some other examples of the three chain links. I found some other symbols that I've seen before but didn't understand.

I'll let you know on the H or W decision.

Do you ahve any idea what regiment Hiram Freer served in? I've searched for him in the PA veterans cards and don't see him. He has a GAR plaque next to his headstone as well.

I might also mention that I am not related to Theodore Freer, but instead am interested because of his service with the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry. I'm trying to locate as many of the soldier's graves as possible, and in the process am learning tons about these men and their sacrifice.

Thanks,

Tony


Added by Tony Klingensmith on Oct 17, 2012 10:03 AM

Tony Klingensmith
Theodore Freer
Debbie,

Looking for information on Theodore Freer who served in the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry. The birth year and wife's name match exactly and suspect that this is the same person. However, I don't see any mention of him as a POW since he joined in April 1865 when the war was basically over. The possibility exists that he served in another regiment prior to his service in the 18th PA Cav. Do you have any information on Theodore's Civil War service?

Thanks,


Tony

Added by Tony Klingensmith on Oct 16, 2012 9:05 PM

Jim McMahon
RE: Scott Maxfield
You're welcome, Debbie. It was my pleasure to take that picture. Thanks for the kind words.

Added by Jim McMahon on Aug 07, 2012 7:17 AM

Danny Riley
RE: Find a grave photo
You;re welcome.

Added by Danny Riley on Jul 15, 2012 5:45 PM

263lhr
RE: Freer Family Grave Marker
Debbie:
My wife and I still plan to check with the Cemetery supervisor and look at the records to try and determine where the rest of the family members are. I will let you know what we find out.

Added by 263lhr on Jun 20, 2012 4:16 PM

263lhr
RE: Annie Gilmore Freer
Debbie:
My wife and I looked all over the Marsh Cemetery for the other members of the Freer family but could not find them. The plot that Annie Gilmore's marker was located in was big enough to contain them all. Perhaps they are all buried there without any grave markers.

The location where Annie is in has a field stone sticking up that has been broken off. It looks like at one time she may have had a plain field stone placed there as a marker. There were numerous graves in this cemetery that are marked this way, with a plain field stone without any information on them.

We have to return to this cemetery to look for information for other families. I will try to contact the caretaker of this cemetery to get additional information for you.

I am glad that we were at least able to help you with one of your requests.

Added by 263lhr on Jun 01, 2012 6:16 PM

 
 

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