|Anthony T.P. Brooks (#48417926)|
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Board member of the "Hollenback Cemetery Association of Wilkes-Barre and Its Vicinity." Researching Revolutionary War Veterans and Susquehannah (Land) Company of Connecticut shareholders and their descendants in Hollenback Cemetery, Fort Fort Cemetery and Hanover Green Cemetery.|
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|Richard Shaffer||RE: Clark Wright Evans Photo|
Thank You Anthony, Could you tell me as too where you obtained this photo? This is of the Clark Wright Evans family wife Marion Edith (Wells) Evans and daughter Marion Annette Evans along with Father and Mother of Marion Edith, who are Charles D. Wells and his wife Annette C. (Line) Wells and Charles D. Wells parents who are William S. Wells and his wife Jane Ann (Jackson) Wells.
|Richard Shaffer||Clark Wright Evans Photo|
The photo you have attached in "Find A Grave" too Clark W. Evans. Do you know the others in photo? I was hoping you could provide some back ground on photo his family or his wife and her family etc.?
I'm related through Edith (Wells) Wright side of the family.
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: This is in the Hanover Green Cemetery, Luzerne Co., PA
|Nan||Photos on memorials|
Thank you for the photos you've added to my memorials. It is a pleasant surprise when I revisit one of them and find that you have added a photo. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Nan on Mar 18, 2015 6:37 AM
|Kaye||Frances Strong Dorrance #104621829|
Hi Anthony, I see you have posted great photos to Frances' memorial! Are you related to the Dorrances? My brother-in-law is a direct descendent of Rev. Samuel Dorrance & is a 4C2R of Frances. If you are related and would like to "talk" about the Dorrance family, please feel free to contact me at the email on my profile. Regards, Kaye
Added by Kaye on Sep 26, 2014 5:02 PM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: Mathias Hollenbach|
I maintain a Revolutionary War Facebook page you may be interested in joining. We welcome information about patriots, and often do obituary lookups.
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Mathias Hollenbach|
I saw that Newspapers.com has a number of German obituaries, including one for Mathias Hollenbach from the Gazette (York, PA) of Mar. 6, 1829, p. 2. Thought you might be interested, as there may be more veterans in this publication.