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|Eliz Davis Hanebury||Edwin Sidle Kolb|
Barbara Edwin isn't one of mine, did you mean to transfer him to someone else? Let me know and I will pass him to the intended. Hope you and yours are well!
|Peggy||RE: Isabella Conrad|
Sorry for the late reply her mother was Mary Ann Watters and her father was Elijah Conradt or conrad not sure when he changed his last name to Conrad
Added by Peggy on May 18, 2016 12:45 PM
|tjchase||case farm cemetery|
I discovered that someone created the above mentioned cemetery located in Renselaer co ny perhaps you can go through those you have noted as being buried on the farm of jonathan case and move them to that cemetery
Added by tjchase on May 13, 2016 9:24 PM
The only one I got today on Maud was the one about her maiden name....I decline to put the period in and that is all I declined, I added the maiden name
I gave reason for the denial of the period on the middle name
I checked my edits that I declined and did not find one about her marriage
Duh... dont need the memorial number
I'll go see what I can find
Was that from today? I dont remember that one at all
What is the memorial number?
|Gregory Square||Jane Emma Reynolds|
I have transferred her memorial to you, as she is the wife of Lewis Wing (Find A Grave #3075829).
I transferred Margaret and Howard Baker. If you need the rest of the family on the stone, let me know.
|Debbie||Job and Hannah Fudge|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take their stone picture and adding it to their memorial. God bless you for having such a kind heart-
Added by Debbie on Jan 13, 2016 3:37 PM
|Sandi Gill||Koch/Hoch headstones|
I had a note from Mike O, who saw that I had picked up the photo request for Abraham Koch. He passed along his (your?) list of burials at East Coventry Mennonite cemetery. He found the headstones difficult, and I agree they are, but have taken photos for Abraham, Magdalena & Johannes and am in the process of posting them.
The surname given on Magdalena's headstone, the only one easily readable, is HOCH. I dropped a note to the man who requested the photos, but I see that the memorial is not his. Hence, this note to you. My personal opinion is that the surname as written on the headstone should take precedence over any more modern spelling. To compensate for the variation, I include the alternate spelling in the biography, which is also searchable.
The H in German script (here Fraktur) looks somewhat like a K. And the K looks even more like a K, but not very different to the unaccustomed eye.
As the person who created the memorial, you make the final choice, but keeping the headstone and surname from it the same, you avoid another person created a "duplicate" memorial. As I say, IMHO.
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