|Forrest Fothergill (#46917725)|
| || member for 9 years, 5 months, 12 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I've entered burials in all the Union County Pennsylvania cemeteries as transcribed by Mrs. Martha Bartol between 1915 and 1924. Mrs. Bartol was historian for the Shikelimo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution from 1912 to 1931 and as such conducted the earliest known effort to record all the inscriptions found in the Lewisburg Cemetery as well as all the early burials county wide. Many of the stones she recorded are no longer legible or are now missing so her transcription is an invaluable resource for the counties cemeteries. Keep in mind that some of the stones were already difficult to read when she recorded them, so there will be some errors. The entries will have a note that Mrs. Bartol was the source for the information. Sam Alcorn's transcription (available from the Union County Historical Society on CD) was used to complete the record for those people who were still living in 1924 but had already erected a stone in the Lewisburg cemetery. |
I'm happy to transfer these memorials if I have no relation to them but would ask that the note naming Mrs. Bartol as the source for the information remain on the memorial until a photo of the stone is added. That way people can be certain the burial is actually in the cemetery.
|Messages left for Forrest Fotherg... (21)||[Leave Message]|
|Law-Miller Roots||Peter Brown #98974474|
Thanks so much for the additional information. Appreciate it.
|Beverly Benfer||Peter Noll's Birth|
Thanks for posting Peter Noll's death notice (#78840090) from the 1844 Reading Adler. Based on this information, it appears that 1767 is his correct year of birth rather than 1753. I wonder where the 1753 date came from.
RE: Memorial# 6144752 and the pic you posted. I wonder if you know any information about this monument, erected by family members perhaps? Do you have a pic of the whole thing?
Added by KUber on Jan 24, 2016 8:17 PM
|Shelley Miller||Josephine May "Jennie" Shuey Torry|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Josephine May "Jennie" Shuey Torry with her parents James & Mary Shuey. My husband is a descendant of James's brother, Jacob - so this was very neat to find a photo of his gr, gr, gr uncle.
|Justin Masters||RE: You know what? I think I found the answer!|
Digging around further today, I noticed the two Emma's on two different Censuses in 1880. On the one, in Illinois, I found Ralph Musser with Emma, married. On the other, in Pennsylvania, I see the other Emma, divorced, using her maiden name, living with her parents, and her youngest child also using her maiden name. Don't know where her two older children are. So, it would appear that sometime between having the youngest child (1873) and 1880, Ralph married Emma C.
|E Hilbert||RE: James W Angstadt|
No worries, I just try to keep the Angstadt clan in order. I just checked Mary Jane's memorial and it looks like you already had added the dates. Gideon and Catherine had another daughter, Lydia, who married Phillip Koehler and moved to Trumbull, Ohio. That seems to have been the place the Angstadt's all went when they went west. I will try to find her there and link her, too.
|Linda Rhoadarmer||RE: WIlliam B. Shriner|
I found my message to you and I still stand by my question. Read what I said and go check out familysearch. Linda
|E Hilbert||RE: James W Angstadt|
OK, I stand corrected on there being only one James Angstadt. However, to my knowledge (limited, I know) Gideon and Catherine did not have a son named James. The only two that are in the census are Joseph and Samuel. Unless you have further information that is not in the census records, you should unlink James from Gideon and Catherine.
I don't know where jwh (who originally created all the Angstadt memorials) got his information. Since he created a memorial for Joseph by not James it must have been from a different source.
|Justin Masters||You know what? I think I found the answer!|
I decided to look one more time and I found a reference to a google book that had the info I was looking for! (Hopefully the book is accurate)
The link is here: https://books.google.com/books?id=IhmSBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA107&lpg=PA107&dq=Ralph+M.+Musser&source=bl&ots=_knEwuZjkv&sig=pIK25GHWVY7j2lt2AIP-qu5ceaI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=29mdVaGaFM-KoQT_qbu4Bg&ved=0CE4Q6AEwDA#v=onepage&q=Ralph%20M.%20Musser&f=false
Sooo... at ease, soldier! Hehe.. In any regards, I still am grateful for your past help! Of course, if you happen to have any records to substantiate what was found in that book, that would be great!
|Justin Masters||I have an odd request|
Long ago, when I corresponded with you, you sounded like a very detail oriented person who dug in hard to odd mysteries in Lewisburg, PA, and I was very impressed with that!
So I have another odd mystery and I'm not finding good records online to help sort things out and am hoping you have something up your sleeve...
At this page is a man with three wives.
You'll see that two of them are named Emma, and have similar birth and death years. Normally, I'd think that someone just duplicated wives and call it a day. But there are SEPARATE grave stones for each wife, and each one mentions the husband by name, including a middle initial.
So I'm wondering... do you have any source info that 1) shows they ARE two different women, and not just a woman who may have two gravestones with different names? 2) It's not a joke played by Mr. Musser to throw researchers off the trick (kind of like a first human on mars might run out of air, but fall on his face shield to break it, and die pointing out to somewhere, leading the rest of us to wonder what the heck he saw. Ahem, sorry.. I like warped humor), and if they're separate, when their marriage dates to him might be, and to which Emma he might have had kids with? (I have found records of three of them, but can't figure out who their mother is.)
Scratching my head over here... and maybe this will stump you.
|[View all messages...]|