|Ginger & Steve Bollinger (#47170234)|
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Ginger & Steve Bollinger are a couple of "packrats" living in Erie County, Pa. We got involved with Find a Grave while doing research for our family trees. While scavenging cemeteries for our information, we noted additional info "just in case!" That additional info finally got added to Find a Grave and we've continued adding records as we continue to search for ourselves. When adding records to the site, we try to include everything from the grave stone…doing our own search, we realize how important everything is to a genealogist. |
We have just signed on as volunteer photographers...Ginger does the stats and Steve takes the photos. We live very close to the Mill Village Cemetery, Mill Village, Pa. and the Washington Valley/McLallen Saints Cemetery which is close to Edinboro, Pa. We will attempt to fill all photo requests for these cemeteries.
In October 2011, we finished recording and photographing all available gravestones in New Hope Cemetery in Butler County, Pa. As of November 2011, Old Annandale Cemetery in Butler County is finished as well.
If any of our records are "yours", we will be more than happy to transfer them to you if they are not on our particular family trees. Please notify us of any additional mistakes we may have made.
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Thank you for the marker photos for John and Bertha
Added by kateb on Apr 16, 2014 9:18 AM
|Brit Wager||RE: Lyman Smith, Evergreen Cemetery, Union City, PA|
Lyman Smith is probably unmarked. I appreciate the effort you put into looking. Thanks!
|Alice||George E. and Tressa K.Steiner|
My g grandfather, George E. Steiner and his wife Theresa K. Steiner were both buried in Venango County, PA. George's obit in the Venango Citizen-Press states "Mr. Steiner was a member of the Catholic church and the funeral arragements have not been announced." Some family records say he was buried at Pine Hill Cemetery. Obit does not say where Treresa was buried either. Both died at 27 Gilfillan Street, Rocky Grove in the home of their daughter, Eliz. King.
My fahter's baby brother, Charles Lewis Steiner was burid in the Melat-Hanby Cem., perhaps without a headstone. My gg great grandmother, was Mary S. Bollinger Stroup. If you are ever in Venango County again, and are near Pine Hill Cemetery, please look for headstones of George and Theresa K. Steiner. My grandmother was Esther Alice Stroup Steiner . She is on Find A Grave. Her mother, Elizabeth Ellen "Lizzie" Flowers Stroup was said to have been buried at the Melat Hanby Cemetery. I don't believe her headstone was found.
George and Theresa were residents of Rockland township for about 35 years before they moved to Rocky Grove. I would like to hear from you. Any help or advise would be appreciated.
Alice Steiner Felgner firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Alice on Apr 06, 2014 12:34 AM
|Matthew & Chrissy||Preston Manross|
Thank you for the great photos of my cousin Preston Manross that fought in the Civil War.
|Nancy Thomas||Oakley STULL|
Thank you so much for taking time to photograph this stone. It's greatly appreciated. I don't know when I'll ever get back uot there.
Again Thank you Nancy
Thank you for your time and effort in taking the photo of this gravestone. It is greatly appreciated. I have asked that Alberta's site be linked to her husband, H. Harrison.
|John Keeth||Mary Johnson FAG # 30085868|
Hi - you put a photo of the headstone on the incorrect memorial. It actually belongs to Mary Leigh Johnson which is memorial #12171307.
|Jennifer Linn||RE: Christian Stuyverson|
I didn't have a request, I was just wondering if at the time that the picture of Celina Styverson's headstone was taken, did you happen to notice if there was one for Christian Stuyverson. He is her husband. I've been having a hard time locating where he died. Sorry for the confusion.
|Matt Pryber||Ruth and Martin Schuller|
I was wondering if we could use Martin and Ruth gravestone , Just for personal records, not for use on ancestry or anything.
|Jennifer Linn||Celina Stuyverson|
Thank you for posting this memorial of Celina Church Stuyverson. She is my 3rd Great Grandmother. I was wondering if when you took a photo of her headstone, by any chance did you take a picture of Christian Stuvyerson, her husband? Thank you. If you ever come across his headstone, I would appreciate if you are able to take a picture.
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