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I have been interested in geneology for more than 30 years. Many of our family members are from Baltimore. My great-great grandfather, Anton Spath arrived at the port of Baltimore in 1857. The Anton Spath story tells about his family and the Cross Keys area where he lived.|
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|Michael Milliken||Moreland Memorial Park|
Ron, you're a Godsend! Thanks for the photos of my Nesbit cousins markers at Moreland Memorial Park. I hope I can return the favor sometime, although I'll bet you've spent almost as much time as I have in the Chestnut Grove Cemetery. I can't thank you enough. You don't know how long I've been searching for these folks.
Haply to transfer. Linda
Added by Linda Y on Aug 09, 2014 6:12 AM
|Louise Benas||Richard & Anna Morgenweck - Woodlawn|
What a nice surprise, I went to Richard and Anna Morgenweck's memorials and found you had added great pictures. They are my uncle and aunt. Thank you so very much.
|zadalew||Francis M. Thompson|
Hi Ron, I am lightly back to family history and had an Ancestry.com notice that lead me to gGrandpa's information. Lewis B.
Added by zadalew on Feb 02, 2014 4:02 PM
I have have deleted my memorial for Herbert Schroedl. Sorry for the duplication.
Can you add to your memorial that he is buried in Section V? That will help someone to find the site should they so desire. I can probably find the site again and provide a more precise location if you like.
Added by Candeux on Dec 19, 2013 7:28 AM
|Sandy Corl||picture on bill corl's memorial|
this is bill's wife sandy. I wanted to thank you for adding the picture of bill's veteran plaque. Six weeks after bill died, a drunk driver crashed into our home, which caught fire and was destroyed. Everything was lost in the fire and until I can rebuild, I am not able to maintain his memorial. I do visit his memorial often and am comforted by all the messages. Thanks again.
|Harry Senft||Sarah Hubley|
Thanks for the correction for Sarah Hubley, looking at the headstone a little closer I see my mistake.
|Lisa||John Henry Shoue|
Hello, Ron. Appreciate the info you posted on the Shoue family. For John Henry Shoue, you posted info relating to his Cherokee heritage. Do you know the source for this info? I've been working on this for almost 20 years, so I'd love to know! Thanks again, and if you ever need any research from VA, I'd be happy to help.
Added by Lisa on Oct 16, 2013 2:06 PM
I apologize for the confusion. That would be the McCormick Family Cemetery.
Added by Dixie on Sep 21, 2013 6:58 AM
There are photo requests for this cemetery. However, I do not know the location of the cemetery. Can you please give me the address?
Added by Dixie on Sep 20, 2013 7:33 AM
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