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Phyllis Meyer (#47083260)
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Bio Photo Almost every genealogist sooner or later ends up looking for their ancestors in a cemetery because a great deal of information can be found there. If the listings and photos I've posted at Find A Grave has helped you send me an email or leave a message.

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Family surnames include Bull,Beasor,Kreitzbender,Meyer,Meyers,Mauerman,Randall,Davis and so many more
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Beth schlueter
would you transfer Christian Barner to me.
Added by Beth schlueter on Jan 26, 2015 5:16 PM
Barbara Hunter-Holmes
Frank Griffin # 39787273
Hi Phyllis,

I'd like your permission to use your headstone photos in my Ancestry family tree.

I'm currently researching the Griffin/Knapp families & will offer more information/links for your approval.

Thanks so much for the pictures. They are very appreciated.


Added by Barbara Hunter-Holmes on Jan 24, 2015 10:39 AM
Fauna Obscura
Bakers in Skinnerville
Thank you for the great family information.
Added by Fauna Obscura on Jan 20, 2015 9:39 PM
Ellen Herrmann
Thanks so much Phyllis
You are always so sweet and have become my "go to" person for information about home. Thanks for always being so willing to help!

Added by Ellen Herrmann on Jan 20, 2015 1:00 PM
Ellen Herrmann
Hello Phyllis,

I was wondering if you could help me. My aunt's grandfather, Franz Nopirakowske, known in the states as Franz or Frank Kowsky died in 1897 and his death record at city hall only states that he was interred in Martinsville. Am I correct in my thinking that there were only two cemeteries in Martinsville? Either St. Pauls or St. Martins both located on church property. I know that one was moved to Wall St., but I have no clue as to the time-frame of the move and what happened to the residents of the original cemetery next to the church. Any help/guidance you can provide would be ever so much appreciated.

Thanks so much,
Ellen M. Herrmann
Added by Ellen Herrmann on Jan 20, 2015 8:22 AM
Sean Lux
Another question
And another thing; is the surname Edington pronounced EDD-ing-ton or EED-ing-ton?
Added by Sean Lux on Jan 18, 2015 9:57 PM
Sean Lux
Dear Phyllis, is Claude Edington (buried at East Concord) the son of Thomas and Martha Edington (at Fairview)?
Added by Sean Lux on Jan 18, 2015 9:55 PM
Fred Schuster
Hezekiah Obadya Ringler
I want to thank you so much for posting the photo's on my great grandfathers headstone. Funny thing my oldest daughter was born in Lockport NY and I did not know that he had passed in that city until we moved to California and became interested in family history. now it is so hard to get the photos unless caring individuals like yourself do the footwork.

Fred Schuster
Added by Fred Schuster on Jan 17, 2015 10:53 AM
RE: Berget Briggs
Thanks for the quick reply.
He is on 1900 census in Bradford, Pa. So thought it was a possibility that they may have purchased a grave site next to Abigail Hall, his 1st wife.
Added by Dorine on Jan 16, 2015 6:58 PM
Kevin Wanamaker
RE: Katharina Rug
Added by Kevin Wanamaker on Jan 16, 2015 4:28 PM
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