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Kim (#46883860)
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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy since I was 15. Collected a lot of old bibles and pics when I was young from the older generations which worked out good, because they would have been thrown out when they died. I love FAG and have found many ancestors on here and met a lot of people on here. Willing to help anybody who has ancestors in Maryland.
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frank d
RE: Grave location
Margaret Watts was the mother-in-law of my great grandfather's sister if that makes any sense. My greatgrandfather's family emmigrated from Ireland when he was a child and settled in Baltimore area - Joppa, Kingsville, Pikesville, Fork area. His sister married Margaret Watts' son. I was thinking that you created the memorial based upon the Obituary information but was curious if you might have had some recall of seeing the grave and there being some other explanation for not being found at this date. May not have had a monument or it has gone missing since or something. I sometimes get carried away on tangential family branches!
Added by frank d on Jan 26, 2015 11:16 AM
frank d
RE: Grave location
Kim, They lived in Pikesville area which is the cemetary indicated in the activity so far. I will follow-up on my own and check with both cemetery offices for information. Thanks again. Frank D
Added by frank d on Jan 25, 2015 11:35 AM
frank d
RE: Grave location
Thanks Kim.
Added by frank d on Jan 24, 2015 10:23 PM
frank d
Grave location
Kim, In Aug, 2012 you created Memorial #96010707, for Margaret Watts who is a distant relative of mine. In response to a photo request, 2 separate people have been unable to find the grave with one of them having checked with the cemetary office & being advised there was no record of Margaret Watts. I was wondering if you could possibly find and photograph Margaret's grave for me. Thank you in advance for anything you can do. Frank D.
Added by frank d on Jan 22, 2015 7:55 PM
ron baublitz
RE: Jacob Scheidt
KIM, that stone is in section L. i should have sent you that info, guess i forgot. sorry ron
Added by ron baublitz on Jan 13, 2015 2:02 PM
the Ol'Line Rebel
Murbach, etc
Hi, thank you for transcribing graves like this. I am so glad to have run across this. Much of my family is buried in Loudon. However, I did a search for my mother's great-grandmother Barbara Murbach (whose name blissfully had come up some years ago on a German genealogy site) and find the link to her mother Elizabeth with info, thanks to you! I did not know who her parents were. Also that she is also so close to us, and Loudon. Right down the street from my grandparents' wonderful home on 40/Edmondson.

P.S., my mother said her memories of her great grandma Barbara were quite fond. She was a great lady (claimed she was a baroness), but her daughter Minnie (Wilhelmina) was a mean, cold grandma. Made her and siblings all stay at kitchen table at Manger Packing house and were not allowed to do anything! They did not know what the house was like inside until Minnie died. Anyway, my mother now has Barbara's diamond-encrusted watch. Mom would've been about 13 when Barbara died.
Added by the Ol'Line Rebel on Jan 09, 2015 3:45 PM
Joyce Herbert
RE: John Henry Schmidt
Thank you for your work, and for your reply. These folks were my great-great grandparents. I have the following death notices from the Balto. Sun:
September 28, 1904-On Sept. 27,1904, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Reiblich, Powhatan, Balto. Co., Marguerite Schmidt, aged 77 years and 6 weeks. Her remains are resting at the home of her sister, No. 165 West Hamburg Street.

March 7, 1886-On March 8,1886, John Schmidt in the 67th year of his age, beloved husband of Margaret Schmidt. May he rest in peace. The funeral will take place from his son's residence, No. 66 Albemarle Street on Wed. afternoon, March 10, at two o'clock.

I saw their tombstones at Western Cemetery and took pictures. Unfortunately, I am technologically inept, and do not know how to post their pictures on findagrave. Thanks again for the correction!
(Marguerite's/Margaret's parents, sister and her family are at Loudon Park.)
Joyce Reiblich Herbert



Added by Joyce Herbert on Jan 04, 2015 9:24 PM
John Latchford Beck
RE: Gerwig headstone photos
Thanks very much, Kim! I have already added them to my Family Tree Maker records.
I share the same philosophy as you about the photos I take.
Merry Christmas,
John
Added by John Latchford Beck on Dec 24, 2014 6:26 PM
John Latchford Beck
Gerwig headstone photos
Hi Kim,
I am writing to request the use your photos of the headstones of Maria Gerwig (62168424) & Jacob Gerwig (62168319). They are distant ancestors and I would like to use the photos in my Family Tree Maker records for them.
Thanking you in advance,
Happy Holidays,
John Latchford Beck
Added by John Latchford Beck on Dec 23, 2014 6:27 PM
ron baublitz
lanier
kim, glad i could be of help. thanks for all of the obits. have a happy holiday. ron
Added by ron baublitz on Dec 15, 2014 5:19 AM
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