|Randall Bordner (#48213874)|
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Always had a passion for American history, in particular the War of Northern Aggression 1861-1865. After reading a book called Generals at Rest 14 years ago, I found myself in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond trying to locate 26 Confederate Generals, 3 presidents and many others. Officially became a taphophile I guess. I have since been tracking my family roots and after getting help from another volunteer I have been doing what I can to help others as well. Happy Taphography.|
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|Melinda Trayer Nobles||Samuel Brosius|
Once again thank you for taking the time to fulfill my photo request. It is very appreciated.
|Leslie||Abraham and Phoebe Werts|
Thanks for looking for these folks! Her death certificate along with an online researcher places her here but I have asked the researcher to double check her records and see if there is an error.
Added by Leslie on Sep 23, 2014 7:05 AM
|Law-Miller Roots||Klase @ St. John's Cemetery|
Thanks for the great photo for Valentine Klase. Appreciate your time spent doing this for us.
|Denise Campbell-Wicker||Jessie Mensch|
Thank you very much! I appreciate you taking the time to get this picture.
Thanks, so very much! We will be leaving Ohio for Lehigh, Lancaster and Berks counties on Saturday Sept 27, spending the night there and then working our way to Northumberland County Sunday morning Sept 28 and spending the night Sunday in Selingsgrove. We will head back to Ohio on Monday after a short visit to the Northumberland Genealogical society building. All together there are about 12-14 cemeteries we will be trying to find. We are trying to concentrate our efforts on our direct line from my mother's great grandparents on back to 6th or 7th great grands. The roads in Pennsylvania are a bit more difficult than Kansas where they are all pretty much square and intersecting at right angles. If you are free on Sunday the 28th in the afternoon it would be a pleasure to meet you. I am taking your # with me so I will be in touch when we get there.
Thanks again! Rebecca
Added by Rebecca on Sep 11, 2014 10:40 AM
Thanks!!! You wouldn't happen to know where Line Mountain Cemetery is located, would you? And how to get to it?
I appreciate you taking the time to answer so quickly
Added by Rebecca on Sep 10, 2014 3:31 PM
|Rebecca||Gideon Kramer -Gottshalls Lutheran and Reformed Church Cemetery|
Can you tell me how to get to this cemetery from Sunbury? I am bringing my mother to the area in a couple of weeks to find all her Kramer, Conrad, Haas, etc ancestors. Gideon Kramer was her great grandfather.
Added by Rebecca on Sep 10, 2014 2:41 PM
|Ben Cooper||Transfer #|
Thank you!!! I am sorry I didn't get back you you sooner today, I was gone most of the day.
My transfer # is 46930896
|Ben Cooper||Mace Family Memorials|
I wanted to thank you for adding the Mace family memorials at Sweitzer's Memorials Cemetery in Berrysburg Dauphin County, PA. I am directly related to the Mace family members that are buried there. I was wondering if you could please transfer the Mace memorials that you added to me? I have recently found additional information for some of them and I would like to add it to their memorials.
Thank you so much for your time!!
I never got a notice that you fulfilled my request, I am so sorry for the delay. What made me check is a message from another member stating she had issues moving the stone to get a clear shot.
A HUGE THANK YOU for taking the time to not only take the picture, but for moving the stone so it could be done. I was told it was heavy.
Thank you! You are truly appreciated!
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