|Sue Herbine (#46541621)|
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Eldest daughter of Robert Donald Herbine and Marjorie Ellen Dodd Herbine. I am the family tree maker for my branch of the family. Researching family lines: Herbine, Dodd, Bates, Dingee, Faust, Eyer, Hileman. ( to name a few) Work as a nurse in a major theme park and have 2 wonderful dogs. Would love to hear from cousins.|
I have also taken over the virtual care of Jerseytown Cemetery in Columbia County PA. I am also working on entering memorials for Pine Grove Market and Roselawn Cemeteries in Berwick, Columbia County. Please stop by and if you find a relitive and have corrections or additions for the bio please let me know. Please feel free to add flowers or pictures of your family as it makes the memorial more real.
I have one virtual cemetery of the vets in my family. I am proud of the military heritage scattered throughout my family in my direct and indirect lines. When you add them all up every military conflict in our nations history except the most recent gulf war has a represenitive from my family.
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|James Hartman||Ella Bower|
The Ella Bower who died in 1922 and is buried at Roselawn Cemetery in Berwick did not have the maiden name of Yohey. Many Pennsylvania Death Certificates from 1906 to 1963 have recently become available at Ancestry.com. Hers indicates that her maiden name was Weiss. She and George Hurley Bower had nine children. They divorced sometime prior to 1920. - Jim Hartman
|patricia myers||Eisenhauer babies|
Ethel and Richard Eisenhauer babies at Roselawn were the children of Emma and Arthur Eisenhauer
|patricia myers||Sites you manage|
Can I ask a question? You have some, possibly more, of my family members in your account. What happens when you pass on? How are these grave sites then managed if not by these people's families? Concerns me. I appreciate your work, just don't want to lose these and would be nice to manage them by our own family members. Thank you.
|John||RE: Ed Clewell|
Thanks for the heads-up on both Roselawn and Pine Grove Market Street. I have already photographed both and will only double check that all have a picture. John
Added by John on Sep 06, 2014 7:11 AM
|Gwendy Rood||RE: Charles L.|
Hmmmm, ok..... Could you add that he was a veteran of the Korean War please? Thanks, :)
|Verna Bice||Saint Pauls Lutheran Church Cemetery|
Saint Pauls Lutheran Church Cemetery SEARCH feature is not working........can you check?
|Mark Maxwell||Knabb Cemetery|
It appears you created the Knabb Cemetery. If so, the map coordinates are:
|Gwendy Rood||Charles L. "Bear" Sheatler|
Hi! I was wondering if you could transfer the memorial # 33920714 for Charles L. "Bear" Sheatler over to me? He was my step-father.
|Lynne McDermott||Ezra Bruce Hoyt, Mem. No. 17660397|
Ezra Bruce Hoyt, per his WWII Draft Reg, stated that he was born on Sept. 23, 1877, in Huntington, Luzerne County, PA. In the 1880 and 1900 Census of Huntington, Luzerne County, PA, you will find Ezra B. Hoyt with his widowed father, Harrison S. Hoyt, and his siblings. I came across this info while searching for a person named Ezra Hoyt from Pa. Hope this helps to fill out the bio of your Ezra Bruce Hoyt.
Hello Sue, I have been researching Abraham Faber who married Sarah Herbein. I found 2 documents that say that Abraham was born to John and Elizabeth Kerver. One was a death notice and one was a death notice for John Son of John and Anna Catherine Faber widower of Elizabeth Kerver. He was born October 26, 1788 and died April 9, 1870. Also found a doc that says Sarah relicot of Abraham Faber died October 15, 1890. Where did I go wrong? Thanks millions.
Bonnie Mintzer Dampman
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