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My main areas of interest are the Irish of Mount Carmel, Northumberland County and the cemeteries of the Numidia area of Columbia County, Pennsylvania.|
I can do lookups for a good deal of the cemeteries of those areas. In addition, I do findagrave volunteer picture requests for Lebanon and western Berks County cemeteries.
I try my best to verify information through several sources before I make a memorial. However, no one's perfect. If you find a mistake or would like something added to one of my memorials, please let me know and I'll be happy to correct/update.
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|Judy in Ocala||Dillon/Teufel|
Thank you so much for attempting to find the graves I requested at St. Mary's. I know that's a large cemetery and I truly appreciate your efforts.
Judy Wright, Ocala, FL
|TurningHearts||Hugh Hughes and Deborah Myers|
Thank you for your search efforts in trying to locate these headstones. I appreciate your time and dedication to details. Keep up the good work.
|Kirby R. Blass||Blass Family - Columbia County|
Hello. I see that you have added a great deal of information related to the Blass family members buried at the Grace UCC Church in Millgrove, Pennsylvania. I was curious to find out if you are in anyway related to this Blass family? I myself am a family descendant of George and Caroline Blass who came to America from Bavaria, Germany in the mid 1850's. My great-great grandfather Philip was one of their sons. Take care and hopefully talk to you soon!
Kirby R. Blass
|Lisa Trimble||Daniel Lee|
Thank you for looking.
|John McCullough||Cornelius Breslin|
I appreciate the efforts on this one too
|John McCullough||Ellen Roney|
Thanks for trying!!
|David Anderson||Catherine Farley|
Thank you very much for attempting to find her marker. It is really appreciated.
Thank you very much for trying to photograph her headstone. The effort is appreciated.
Added by lwonline on Nov 11, 2014 8:15 AM
|Richard Seibert||Abraham Seibert|
Hi; yes, Abraham died November of 1860 according to his tombstone & wife Mary died February of 1868 according to her tombstone; I've been trying to get the historical society to find some burial records but they just ignore me. The dates on the stones are all I've got to go by there. Abraham is mentioned as the son of Jacob & Anna in the Genealogical Record of the Descendants of the Schwenkfelders.
|CJBiller||George Marks photo|
Thanks. When you can would appreciate a high resolution close up to see more details.
Much appreciated. :)
Added by CJBiller on Oct 29, 2014 12:04 PM
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