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Kim D. Garrison (#46980121)
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Neff Family Historical Society
NEFF John Memorial# 42056413
Kim, Thank you very much for adding the biographical information for John Neff of York Co., PA. Nicely formatted and thank you for your contribution to Find-a-Grave. Wm Neff
Added by Neff Family Historical So... on Mar 10, 2016 8:53 AM
EatatJoes
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 27106354
Regardless of who is buried there or their faith it looks like Bast rather than initials. The space between the A and T seems too big for it to be just initials and there appears to be an S, so why say it can't be Bast. Bast is not an uncommon surname in Pennsylvania.
Added by EatatJoes on Nov 16, 2015 2:54 AM
malbosha maqkha light
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 27108961
Thank you for getting back tome i have found a bit of info i have a lot of info on this side of my family if your friend would like it let me know

Unconfirmed, but appears in Walter Flores history. Michael’s patent was in this year Conrad appears on the same ship list as Michael, Walter Flores has “ship list 72A, his age is given at 49 years, that of his sons Leonard 29, and Michael at 25.” A Conrad Flores appears on a list of founders of Springfield Township, Bucks Co., PA, in 1743. Research is now underway to confirm this information [May 2001]. Bucks Co PA History and Genealogy. List 72 A appears on page 264 of Strassburger and Hinke: On page 265 is Conrade Floweres 49; Mich Floweres 25. Sworn by William Vettery, in Phila. 3 Sept 1739. A Lenhard Flowers 29 is listed on the same page (265). Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~buckscounty/springfield.html “Springfield was organized in 1743. The earliest purchase of land that has met our notice, although there were settlers there several years before, was made in 1737, when the tract on which Houpt's mill stands was surveyed to Hohn Hughes, but it was patented to William Bryan in 1758.” “Names of families living there in 1743, German and English, namely: James Green, Stephen Twining, William Crooks, Brien Conniulin, Hugh Orton, Joseph Blair, Richard Jonston, Jacob Mason, Jacob Abel, Samuel Hillborn, John Leister, Christian Levy, Conrad Fahr, Peter Lester, John McCoy, Thomas Folly, Thomas Adamson, Joseph Bond, Joseph Unthank, Conrad Flores, James Williams, Peter Ashton, Christian Shock, Michael Dort, Peter Ademose, Thomas Blair, Michael Gold, Thomas, Lloyd, Michael Dillard, Christian Spug, Peter leatherman, Simon carey, John Greasley, George Hazeley, Daniel Stout, Stephen Acorman, Henry Hornel, Philip Roup, Jacob Maure, Jacob Huber and Michael Gould.” “Springfield is not only one of the largest, but one of the most populous, townships in the county. In 1784 it contained 979 inhabitants, and 160 dwellings. “ [From website above.] “The Ship Friendship (1739) had three passengers who, at first glance, might appear related.They are:Conrad Florans, Michael Floris, Leonhart Floor.It is assumed that John Valentine Floor was also on the ship but too young to be listed (i.e. under 16).Conrad and Michael settled in Bucks County, PA while Leonard and Valentine settled in York County, PA. “The proof to me on the connection among the three comes from a land patent in Bucks County.Conrad took out a warrant on 155 acres of land on Sept. 9, 1741 (Richland Township, Bucks County).Michael Flores received a return patent (AA5/579) May 16, 1764.The text of the patent states: Conrad Flores died intestate leaving a widow Maria Barbara and 5 children: Michael, Elizabeth Margaret (married Peter Hidel), Sophia (married Chirstian Fisher), Elizabeth (married Michael Fols), and Sibella (married George Reinard). To me, that shows that Conrad had one son, Michael, and that neither Leonard or Valentine belonged to Conrad for they were both alive when Conrad died.There is always the possibility that Conrad disowned both Leonard and Valentine but I think that might be a stretch. “ “Lois has done extensive research into the other two people on the Ship Friendship who have similar names: Conrad Florans and Michael Floris.She has established that they were father and son through land deed records and such. Through a patent, she has traced the wife and children of Conrad.She has also traced a wife and the children of Michael.Michael was in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County.Conrad died in Richland Township, Bucks County.I mention this because one Flohr researcher thinks Conrad was the father of Leonard as well as Michael.Through detailed research, Lois has ruled out that possibility.”
Added by malbosha maqkha light on Nov 16, 2015 12:31 AM
Suzanne Hye
Bernice Tallent
Kim - thank you for taking the time to photograph the grave of my Aunt Bea. I was there when she was buried, but live in NJ and don't get to Harrisonburg any more now that she's gone. My mother, her sister, passed away this year, so that's the last of the siblings.
Added by Suzanne Hye on Sep 25, 2015 8:24 AM
malbosha maqkha light
Find A Grave Memorial# 27108961
Hi i was wondering if yo could find any info on this memoriol for me/.. im preety sure this is my 6th great grand father..

You
→ BONNIE MAE Milligan
your mother → WILLIAM JOHN MILLIGAN
her father → rose i (Flore) MILLIGAN
his mother → ALFRED J flore
her father → Franklin A. Flores
his father → JOSEPH Flores
his father → Solomon FLORES
his father → John Flory >>i think i have the wrong man hear
his father → Michael Flory
his father → Conrad Flores
his father
Added by malbosha maqkha light on Sep 07, 2015 8:02 AM
shockness
MARGARET DETAMORE KIRACOF
DEAR KIM, THE ONLY INFORMATION I HAVE FOR HER IS FROM YOU. SHE IS LISTED IN MY RECORDS AS MARGARET ELIZABETH DETAMORE KIRCOFE, BUT THE MARKER SAYS KIRSHOF. THE findagrave # I HAVE FOR HER IS 25157654 AT THE EMMANUEL CHURCH CEMETERY AT MOUNT SOLON, VA, OLD PART OF CEMETERY. MARGARET theshockness@yahoo.com
Added by shockness on Jul 13, 2015 12:17 PM
Sharon Gire
Fisher gravesite
My great great grandfather and gg grandmother are buried in the Byerly Cemetery. Thanks so much for the picture and the write up on Kate Fisher Early. The write up clarified where the Byerly name comes in to her life. It is her mother's family name. I don't know if you see these messages, but if you do, I was wondering if the cemetery is accessible. I see that it has been vandalized. What a shame. But I thought I might learn something more if I could visit when I am in Virginia in late June.
Thanks again,
Sharon
Added by Sharon Gire on Jun 18, 2015 8:09 PM
shockness
MARGARET DETAMORE KIRACOF
WHAT ARE YOUR SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR HER? I'M HAVING TROUBLE FINDING PROOF OF THE DATES. SOME OF THE ONES I HAVE ARE DIFFERENT, BUT I DON'T HAVE THEM PROVEN EITHER. PLEASE HELP. MARGARET
theshockness@yahoo.com or on Ancestry
Added by shockness on Jun 06, 2015 5:43 PM
Cheryl Miller
RE: Daughter Miller # 25099184
Jacob S. Miller #25110753
Elizabeth Miller #25107702

I may have sent an edit to add them but don't remember and don't know how to check it. Thanks for all you do.
Added by Cheryl Miller on May 30, 2015 3:53 PM
Cheryl Miller
RE: Daughter Miller # 25099184
Sorry I forgot to add the number for Mannie Miller d/o Jacob & Elizabeth.
Added by Cheryl Miller on May 30, 2015 3:34 PM
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