Thanks for the assistance with linking the ancestors. Have followed them back to William Gillmore and William Gillmore Sr. both of whom served in the Revolutionary war, all through the Find a Grave Site.
Added by Mary on Nov 29, 2014 10:15 AM
|Annie & me (but mostly me)||RE: Permisson|
Thank you! I'm going to see if I can check out the archives myself! A few other family members were Lutheran ministers. Maybe I'll find more photos. We have hundreds of thousands of photos, but none of them say who's who. And there's no one left who knows.
|Annie & me (but mostly me)||Permisson|
I was hoping to get your permission to use your photo of Martin Luther Dolbeer for my family tree on Ancestry.com. He is my great grand uncle. His brother Vernon is my great grandfather. I have been using his compilation of the Dolbeer Family Record: Ohio Branch, to make family additions.
thanks in advance.
|J S||RE: cousins|
My husband is Lawrence Schreck, II. He's the son of Lawrence Schreck, Jr., who is the son of Lawrence Schreck, Sr. (1926-2010)--son of Arthur D. Schreck, Sr.).
Added by J S on Feb 25, 2014 2:12 PM
|J S||Correction to previous message...|
Sorry, I didn't proof read before I left the message below. He's the great-great grandson of John Andrew and Martha Jane Shumaker Schreck.
Added by J S on Feb 25, 2014 10:33 AM
|J S||RE: Obituary for Anna Rorick Schreck|
We are related by marriage. My husband is the great-great grandson of John and Andrew and Martha Jane Shumaker Schreck. His grandfather, Lawrence Schreck, was the son of Arthur Dewey Schreck.
Added by J S on Feb 25, 2014 10:29 AM
|Barb Alsbury||Dr Ebenezer Campbell|
Hi...He is my 5th Gr Grandfather thru his daughter thru Benjamin Day..and so on. I am wondering how you know that he is buried at the Blandford Cemetery? Enjoyed looking at your tree on anc.com and the Scotish heritage. Thank You Barb Alsbury
|Richard Beckenbaugh||Creagerstown cemetery|
Some Zimmerman memorials say the person is buried in St. John's Lutheran Reformed Church Cemetery in Creagerstown. Some, added by you, say Creagerstown Lutheran Reformed Church Cemetery. I am trying to find out if these are all the same cemetery (if so, I don't understand creating memorials under two different cemetery names for the same place).
|Richard Beckenbaugh||creagerstown lutheran reformed church|
Is this the same church as St. John's Lutheran Reformed Church in Creagerstown?
Yes, Beverly corrected the stones and linked them. Glad to help.
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