|Michelle Fegley Wahrenberger (#47179694)|
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I was always interested in history, and had a list of all my great-grandparents, I have memories of 6 of them. When my grandmother Marcella Schmeck Fegley was approaching her 97 birthday she started talking about her relatives and wanting to know something about them. So for her 97th birthday I presented her with her genealogy going back to the earliest settlers in Berks Co.,PA. She had over 20 ancestors serve in the PA Militia during the Revolution. Unfortunately records were lost so we do not know how many served in the Continental Army. We discovered her parents were 2nd cousins. Her mother came from a family of 17 kids. My grandmother came from a family of 12, 1 brother fought in WWI and 5 brother fought in WWII. After doing her family I started working on my family and found out my mother is my 7th cousin on my father's side. Most of my ancestors were PA Dutch and they settled in Berks Co after coming to America.|
If you are a descendant of someone I have added, I will gladly transfer any relative unless they are related to me. I will also add information if you send it to me.
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11,379 Memorials Added
11,294 Memorials Managed
21 Volunteer Photos Taken
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|SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER||Sabina Lichte Reiffel|
Thank you for the transfer!
|SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER||Anna M Adam memorial|
Wondering if you are a descendant of this Anna Adam (Find A Grave # 33273928), w/o Bernhard Adam? If so, would love to exchange family info. If not, please transfer her memorial to me (Find A Grave member # 47125926). Her full name was Anna Margaretha (Doerr) Adam. I have other info on Anna Margaretha that I can add to the memorial or send to you to add to the memorial. I also want to link her family to her.
Look forward to hearing from you.
|Kenej||John Krick # 80808933|
Thanks for the information, I could not read the Memorial..
Added by Kenej on Jan 15, 2015 5:08 PM
|John Paling||Your photo of the tombstone of Lewis Neiman|
First thank you for your kindnesses in posting so many photos on Findagrave including that of Lewis Neiman in Reading.
It happens that I have an extensive series of original first hand accounts of the Civil War as seen from Reading,PA written by my relative Thomas Jackson. He founded a rope making business there in 1820s and is buried in the Charles Evans Cemetery along with most of his family. Photos of the gravestones (along with the original letters) are shown in our extensive website www.thomasjacksonletters.com. (You will see that we have had wonderful support from other citizens of Reading in order to put this together.)
My purpose now is to request that I might have your permission to copy your photo of the tombstone of Lewis Neiman and add it to the Thomas Jackson website- along with references to the locations in the Findagrave archive and acknowledgment that you are the copyright holder of this photograph. (And any other credits that you deem appropriate.)
You can read what Thomas Jackson wrote about Lewis on page of Letter # 17 page 6.
I would be happy to explain further if you wished to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
|Anonymous||RE: Robert Dietrich 99954923|
Are you related to Robert W #99954923 ?
Thank you for the Shounder transfers.
|Military Mom||Hole and Hill|
Thank you for the transfers, Michelle!
|Angel Wilson Gerhart||Linking .. please request Transfers ..|
1st Nellie Major 77267741
2nd Catherine Kehs 107688433
Regarding these two ... if you'd like them transferred to you will gladly do it.
Thanks, Michelle, for the three Dick transfers!
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