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The pretty little girl in the photo is my pit bull Storme, she hates her picture taken so this is the best I have.|
I have always been interested in my ancestors, I started to pursue my interest many years ago, after I retired I am now able to enjoy all of this wonderful information. I am not very good at it but, I am learning something new almost everyday.
I prefer to put as much information as I can find into a memorial, this helps so much when someone is researching that person, so, if you have information to add to a memorial I have established please let me know by using the edit page, or if you want a transfer I will work with you except for family or
The lives of some of the ordinary people can be so amazing.
Family names I am looking for, Richard, Frees, Cramer, Eby (Ebey) Stoeckle (Steckley), Hartstein, Schrader, Houshoulder, Swafford and Yates. If I can help you in some way, I will do my best. Please remember I am still learning.
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|OPPSheryl||RE: Stephen A Thornton 138378702|
Thank you for all of your work. Much appreciated!
|Brenda Reeg Robison||RE: Thank You -Georgia L. Reeg|
|Diana in Pelham, AL||RE: Elizabeth Frees Richard 27366136|
You are very welcome! If you have any questions about any of those FREES.RICHARD and any others that attach, just send me an email. firstname.lastname@example.org. BTW - WICKLEIN morphed into WICKLINE. Her parents were Adam Wicklein 52037256 and Catharine Seifrit.
|Diana in Pelham, AL||Elizabeth Frees Richard - 27366136|
The note you left for her is incorrect. She was a daughter of John Frees, Jr and his first wife Catharine Wicklein, whom he married at Schwarzwald Reformed Church in Exeter, Berks Co on 3/5/1805.
The John Frees and wife Ida (Eve) that you stated were his parents and Elizabeth's grandparents and they did not have a daughter named Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Frees married Frederick RICHARD c1827-1828 as their daughter Harriet was born in 10/22/1828. He died somewhere bet 1860 and 1870 census, as Elizabeth was on 1870 Census with only son George in 1870 in Ft. Wayne IN. In 1860 Census they were in Danville, Montour Co PA.
|Peggy Ryals||Albert J Shaw Jr|
Thank you for the picture of my Uncle's grave. It is greatly appreciated.
|Linda Albrecht Maret and Gary A Maret||Elizabeth Benward|
Thank you so much for the picture for Elizabeth. I really appreciate you doing this for us. It's great to find stones that are so old and still readable. Thanks again Gary Maret
|Charlotte R. Smith||Kent photo|
Thank you so much for attempting to get a photo of his burial site. I am saddened to learn there are no headstones - and hoping the cemetery has been moved. Because of your effort, perhaps it can be located or verified lost. You are appreciated and again, Thank you!
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Edward Hawver, #42168816|
Don't beat yourself up. I have made mistakes too and I appreciate when they are brought to my attention. I want the correct information on the memorials if at all possible. Have a great Holiday!!
|Barbara Wolf||Edward Hawver, #42168816|
Swan Cemetery. Can you remove the first photo. That one is for his father, Samuel. Thank You.
|Annis Jean Hite Patee||RE: Hannah Shavey #67982544|
I will go to the library and get a copy of the obituary. Give me a couple days and I will get back with you. I don't want my memorial to be reflecting the wrong information. Thanks for bringing my attention to t his.
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