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Andrew Brinker (#46943580)
 member for 8 years, 8 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo Hello and welcome to my bio page. In efforts to keep my family ancestory alive, I have taken pictures at cemeteries and have gone to libraries for documentation. I hope the information I have given to Find a Grave helps others in search for their lost relatives. I have also added other individuals to Find a Grave that are not family related. Please visit my web page by using the link provided below. It is focused on my Brinker lineage who served during the Civil War. If you have any information, please use the e-mail address on the web page.
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 • 123 Memorials Added
 • 123 Memorials Managed
 • 137 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 1 Volunteer Photo Taken
 • 5 Virtual Flowers
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Carole Brinker Rousis
We may be related ...
Hi Andrew,

I came across your name while using It sent me to this site and your page. Aden G. Brinker was my grandfather, although I never knew him. I was born 3 years after he died.
Just curious to see if and how we are related. Where do you live? I am married, with 3 grown children, and live in Warminster, PA.
Contact me if you are interested.

Carole Brinker Rousis
on Facebook
Added by Carole Brinker Rousis on Oct 08, 2015 12:50 AM
Carol & David
Fannie Brinker # 22106612
Thank you for connecting her to her parents. Could you also add the following info: She was born in Pennsylvania and died in Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania? Carol
Added by Carol & David on Mar 19, 2014 7:17 PM
Carol & David
Fannie Brinker # 22106612
Could you add her maiden name to her memorial, Stecher? Please connect her to her parents, John Stecher, 123160834 and her mother, Mary Stecher, 125321164.
Thank You, Carol
Added by Carol & David on Feb 21, 2014 3:51 PM
Richard Boyer
Brinker marker- Homewood Cemetery
There are a bunch of markers in this lot, Brinker, Cochrane, Keller and Aufderheide. I took pictures of all of them and will put them on Find-a-Grave for you.

Rich Boyer
Added by Richard Boyer on Jul 28, 2012 10:33 AM
William Brinker @ Greendale Cem
Hi Andrew, I got a notification for a photo request at Greendale for William Brinker. I noticed on the cemetery records that there is a William Brinker but the date of death is sorta off. I found a Veterans Burial Card for a William Brinker buried at Greendale but the middle initial is different than what you have on the memorial and it notes a different section he is buried in than what the cemetery notes. I will post a photo of the burial card on his memorial for you to look at and see if its the same person. I will also head out to the cemetery tomorrow to see if I can locate it. Let me know and have a great evening.
Added by FutureAncestor on Feb 20, 2012 4:44 PM
Jay Boone
RE: John M. Brinker
I added the photos to John Brinker's page. I have adding the headstones of Forest Lawn cemetery and any time I come across a military officer form the Cicil War I try to find some information to add to his memorial page, that is the only way I found the page you had post for him at the other cemetery.
Added by Jay Boone on Mar 29, 2011 6:05 PM
Diana St. Clair Huber
Black Creek Cemetery request
Hi Andrew

I don't understand why in 4 years nobody would step up and take this photo for you. I will be visiting that cemetery as soon as spring gets here. We got 7 inches of snow last night, maybe a foot more over the next few days, but it has to melt sometime, although I'm really beginning to have my doubts. :>)

Added by Diana St. Clair Huber on Mar 23, 2011 11:15 AM
Leon Edmund Basile
Col. Joseph Barbiere
Thank you very much for photographing and posting the gravestone of Col. Joseph Barbiere (1831-92) at New Britain Baptist Church Cemetery, New Britain, Penn. It was very kind of you. I had requested a photo of the gravestone in order to verify the correct soldier, and having done so (thanks to your photo), I have just added a portrait of him, which you might like to see. Thank you again. Best wishes, Leon Basile
Added by Leon Edmund Basile on Jun 07, 2009 3:14 PM
G. Stoecklein
Old German Cemetery photo request
The German Reformed and Lutheran Cemetery no longer exist. Where bodies were moved to no one seems to know. Cemetery was next to what is now City Hall on Main Street in Greensburg.

Added by G. Stoecklein on May 10, 2009 4:19 AM

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