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In the course of researching and putting together my family tree, my husband and I have come to realize just how fulfilling it is to have an answer. This site helped us find some of ours. We appreciate the opportunity to help others find theirs. |
My husband is a linguist who has a particular interest in Old German gravestones. He's always willing to help translate if desired.
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|Genealogy Nut||RE: Russell and Oscar Hoover|
Done! Thank you so much for all you do!
Thank you so much for the Schaefer pictures. Sorry to have been so long getting to them.
|Debbie C.||Thank you!|
Thank you so very much for taking the Zumbrun pictures! I really appreciate your help in getting to see these. Thank you again, and have a great day!
Thank you for the picture. It is a help, if frustrating. Would you mind also posting the picture on Nancy Harris's memorial?
Thanks very much for the fine photo.
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|Ralph Brown||RE: Louisa Rudisil|
Thank you for your message ... I learned earlier this week from another contributor of your memorial for Louisa (without the "a) so I missed it when I was linking Rudisil family members for a Rudisil descendant. I will delete my memorial, and will attach the biographical information I added to the edit tab on your memorial. Thanks for contacting me.
|edie eader||Julia Smith # 103153346|
Terri, I believe the following obit clarifies Julia's parents.
THE NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1998
Mrs. Julia Smith
Mrs. Julia E Smith, 93, of Taneytown, died Thursday, March 5, at home. Her husband, Curtis S. Smith, died in 1963.
Born Sept 19, 1904, at Ladiesburg, she was the daughter of the late James Franklin and Mollie Kate Smith Wilhide.
Mrs. Smith was a member of Messiah United Methodist Church, Taneytown.
Surviving are a niece, Lola M. Crawford of Westminster, and a number of cousins.
She also will be remembered by friends Charles Paul and Charlotte Jones and Charles P. Jones II and family, all of Frederick, and Betty Crouse of Taneytown.
Mrs Smith was preceded in death by two sisters, Agnes M. Binkley and Ethel B. Wilhide.
The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 7, at Skiles Funeral Home, 136 E. Baltimore St., Taneytown, where funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 8 The Rev. Laura L. Schultz will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Mark L Foucart. Interment will be in Pipe Creek Cemetery. Linwood.
|Cindy Driscoll||RE: Entry of James Sidney Hoy|
|Cindy Driscoll||Entry of James Sidney Hoy|
I have what I believe is compelling evidence that James Sidney (Lee) Hoy is not the son of David & Anna Belle Hoy.
James Sidney Lee Hoy was born on 6.5.1899 in Franklin Co., VA - per his delayed birth certificate from the VA Dept. of Health (which can be found on Ancestry) - as "James Sidney L Hoy". He was the s/o Washington Pierce Hoy & Lucy Ann Moore, both of Franklin Co., VA.
On this birth certificate his mailing address is listed as Union Bridge, Maryland. He is also showing on the 1930 & 1940 Maryland census records - and give the census taker the information that he was born in Virginia. The 1920 Virginia census shows him still living at home with his widowed mother in Franklin Co., VA.
His WWI registration lists him as James Lee Hoy, which omits his 1 middle name of Sidney - but explains the single "L" as on his birth certificate.
Perhaps you have some other documentation that would refute the above data? Thank you for your assistance in this matter!
|Buddy Lundmark||RE: Florence Engel Memorial #132657436|
Thank you for your prompt response. The error was very understadable.
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