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95% of my memorials are in my family trees but if you would like to manage those who of closer relation then myself, please feel free to request them. Any photo's I have taken may be used for Genealogical purposes.
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|Joanne Gross Vaughn||John miles|
That is up to you if you want to transfer it to me
Thanks if you do and thanks for putting him up on Find A Grave
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||john miles|
What more can you tell me about John Miles ? Was he married ?? To who ???
I have a reason for asking this
|C. Campbell||RE: Kehler transfers|
Terry, Your welcome, I held on to a few of the Kehlers that were close to my family line. My husbands family were down in Ocean City Md for a big family reunion and at least the storm skirted by on that Fri but the Otter Banks was another story if that is where you had reservations. I know that feeling of no electric as we live in an area that is always losing power after storms so I commiserate with you. Carrie C
|C. Campbell||RE: Kehler|
Terry, I have been to two of the 3 cemeteries in Lavelle, but not Sunnyside. They are very close together. I know the feeling of "if only I had asked my "Uncle" for me as he knew where my g.g.grandparents lived in Helfenstein just down the road from Lavelle, and could have showed me other family spots. But now we both have to play family detective. Well I rather do this than Soduko. Carrie C.
|C. Campbell||Sarah E Strohecker Kehler|
Hello Terry, Sorry for the delay but I have been away. Sarah and her husband William Kehler are listed in Citizens Cemetery in Lavelle in Sch Co. Vital Records , Rice & Dellock as is her brother Cyrus. When I head up to Mt. C next time I have her grave stone on a list of photos to get and if she is not there by some odd mix up then I will give a look at Sunnyside. Thanks for the heads up. Carrie C.
I would estimate that Dodd is the most common headstone found in Bloomfield Cemetery. It may be worth a visit if you are related. Every section of the cemetery seems to have a Dodd headstone, they are everywhere.
Added by Keith K on Jul 02, 2014 3:42 PM
|Keith K||your photo request|
I came across your photo request for Bloomfield Cemetery on Findagrave.com. I am a photo volunteer who lives in Bloomfield, NJ. Please contact the cemetery at firstname.lastname@example.org and request the plot location. With that information, I should be able to find and photograph the grave for you.
Added by Keith K on Jul 02, 2014 11:28 AM
|J Richter TreeBranches||RE: Kehler|
Well I looked again, couldn't find, did however find a Koehler, which is the german way of spelling Keller, there is also a russian/or some writing on one in area can't read it myself.
|Dennis Hiddemen||Family bible|
I am in possession of the comly family bible from the 1800's. Is there someone who could take a look at it to determine if they want it? Otherwise I will sell it.
|Denise Petersen||RE: Wilkins-Laurel Hill|
You're welcome! It's a good reminder not to be in a hurry and follow my usual procedure!
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