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I have been working on my genealogy off and on for the past 20 years. Now that I am retired, I am finding more time to spend on my research. I am amazed at the options and advances that have occurred over the past 10 years and am really excited at all the new information I have been able to obtain. I just recently found "Find A Grave" and am thrilled to be able to contribute and help my fellow researchers. The thrill of the hunt!|
I am originally from York, PA. Most of my ancestors are from York County...Yost, Nace, Glatfelter and Overlander. We now live in a small community between Greensboro and Winston-Salem,NC close to our grandchildren. I am also researching my husband's family of Engel from Poland; Markel and Artz of PA.
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ok I added the photo.
if you click on it, I gave you photo credit.
|deegraver||RE: Lemme Freeman|
I will copy the photo or you can add it to my entry.
thank you so much.
|Ron Stewart||RE: Thanks|
Yes, I would appreciate transfer of her memorial. My roots in York Co., PA are from 1745 before they moved west to Fayette and Greene Co., PA south of Pittsburgh. They then moved south into Morgantown and surrounding Monongalia Co., WV - thus my WV/PA roots.
Appreciate your help.
Thank you for posting the tombstone photo of Marvin Glenn Marshall and his wife Annie Hill Marshall. I did not know Annie's dates of birth and death or burial location and your photograph answered all these questions for me. I greatly appreciate your help.
|deegraver||RE: Ann Eliza|
ok. thank you so much again. I never thought I would see Ann Eliza's tombstone.
|deegraver||Ann Eliza "Annie" Landreth Freeman|
thank you so much for the photos!
I turned the one of Ann around.
Did you see any dates at all on Ann or Meredith's stones?
they look like you had to did them out.
I really need those dates.
Thank you so much for the great pictures and the speed in taking them.Please keep up the great and fast work for F.A.G. making it possible to see thing I might never get to see if not for great people like yourself
Thanks again,and again
|Kimberley Brooks||Staffords at Oak Ridge United Methodist Church Cemetery|
WOW and double wow. Thanks so much for the photographs and the effort.