|Mike Hahn (#46770538)|
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I have concentrated extensively in Franklin/ Adams counties Pennsylvania and Frederick/Washington counties in Maryland. Brown as well as Conrad; Royer; McClain; Law; Harbaugh; Hauver; Fox; Nichols; Wolfe; Pryor; Willard; Gordon; McGlaughlin; Flautt; Miller; Smith; Buhrman; Manahan; Stoops; Delosier; Elder; Sturdevant; and many more. |
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Find A Grave County Keeper: Washington County, Maryland.
I am willing to share information and assist when possible. I consider transfers a matter of courtesy to our fellow members at Find A Grave.
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|Angel Peck-Rodriguez||Friend Family|
Do you know who all is buried on Swede's Delight in Williamsport MD? I am an ancestor of the Friend family through Israel Friend's daughter Catherine, and am trying to find more info on them. Thanks so much!
|Base Kuhn||Hi bud|
Hey bud! Just realize two of the memorials you transfer to me are duplicates. #151432613 and #151432714. I already had both of them. Can you take them off for me. Thanks again as always.
|Nancy Shrader||RE: Elizabeth Eyler Harbaugh|
My previous info was indeed incorrect. There were about 4 or 5 Elizabeth Eyler's living at the same time in close proximity to one another. After a great deal of checking & comparing records, I feel fairly certain that Elizabeth Eyler Harbaugh 1814-1895 parents were Jacob Eyler & Elizabeth Fohl. I am certain that she had 3 sisters: Sarah A. Eyler born 1820, Louisa Eyler 6/5/1816-3/19/1903, & Catherine 1809-5/2/1894. Both Sarah & Louisa are listed as surviving siblings in Elizabeth's obits. Let me know if this looks reasonable to you as well. I would like to get the find-a-grave info updated for Elizabeth Eyler Harbaugh to include her parentage & siblings.
|Base Kuhn||Hi bud|
Hey bud! Thanks for the Shank transfers. Your awesome !!!!
|Deborah Lynch||Benjamin E. Martin|
You emailed me requesting that I delete Benjamin E. Martin from FindAGrave. I am asking why? I would appreciate a valid answer. Thank you. Debbie Lynch
|jacq staubs||bachtell Dayhoff|
I am direct lineage to both families-I would appreciate any info re: connection of Ridenour family and have additional graveyard you may not be aware of in Greenesburg ,Md. for Dayhoff family. Also may have information to share. Please contact me. I wil send my phone number . Thank you, Jacq Staubs 9Dayhoff / Stephey / Bachtell family
|bstahl||Jacob & Rebecca Potter|
Thank you so much for the transfers...I truly appreciate the kindness!
Added by bstahl on Oct 19, 2015 11:39 AM
|Valarie Vine||George Harbaugh (1747- )|
Since George Harbaugh (1747 -) had not been added (to findagrave), I added a memorial and the information I just sent to you. I do not have his date of death or where he was buried. Connected him to his wife Elizabeth. Happy to transfer to you if you want to maintain the memorial and perhaps do further research.
|Valarie Vine||George Harbaugh (1747- ? )|
The eldest son of George Harbaugh, he was also known as John George Harbaugh (born 8/11/1747-date unknown of death). He married Elizabeth Binchele (or Binkele). her dates: 12/19/1749-1/23/1780.
Information from "Harbaugh History" (Page 148)as follows:
*All these data from the Graceham Church records in the York Hist. Society from which we quote the following verbatim -
John George, eldest son of George and Catherine (Williar) Harbaugh married first Nov. 27, 1770, Elizabeth Benkele. He body was brought through the deep snow on a sled to the church for burial.
There were 5 children listed born to this couple (George Jr. 1771- ); Jacob (1773-1850); Elizabeth 1775-1855; John (1778-1854); and Infant daughter (1/10/1780-1/10/1780). Elizabeth buried her infant daughter in the garden the same day herself. Elizabeth died 13 days after her infant daughter.
Additional note about George Harbaugh (1747- ) ----"He lived for some time on the old homestead. Afterwards he removed to Bedford Co., PA and on one occasion, coming to the Valley on a visit, he took sick and died on his way home."
He had a second wife Marie Barbara by whom he had five children. If you want these names, let me know.
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