|Wendy A.||RE: Pumphrey|
You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Wendy A. on Nov 21, 2015 6:53 AM
|John Quiring||minnie berry|
Hi. I put a photo on Minnie's memorial page. I had been waiting for the snow to completely melt, but you can see that it has not. There is no marker for Minnie. Cemetery records show that she died on July 2, 1886 but there is not a record of her age. These four plots in the cemetery were reserved for children, people who died while passing through the area, or indigents. The Find a Grave posting of two memorials M. Berry and Minnie Berry is not supported by cemetery records. Minnie's correct plot is Plot 38 within Lot 31 of the Original Cemetery. Unless you have other information I would suggest that the M. Berry memorial be removed as it may create continued confusion.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Kapp transfers|
I am so happy to transfer memorials from Dillsburg Cemetery since my husband only has two relatives in this cemetery, but most of the people buried there didn't have memorials, including my husbands. Since my philosophy is "No One Should Be Forgotten" I created them because I knew someone would be looking for them. I don't always follow the Find A Grave guidelines. Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!!
|Sandy Boyd||RE: Thank you|
What a quick reply!
Do you happen to have any pictures of the quilts that Grandma Trimmer made? This may sound very silly but when I quilt I feel a "connection" to her. I think I remember one of the quilts being red/blue plaid; a 'crazy quilt' that Mom Mom had.
I don't have any pictures of Mom Mom (Aunt Ellen) as a young child. Do you happen to have any?
Did you spend any time with Aunt Phyllis or my dad Bob? He died in 2002 from melanoma.
|Sandy Boyd||Thank you|
Thank you for all of your hard work in relationship to the Trimmer family gravesites.
I am the daughter of Bob Boyd. His mother was Ellen Naomi Trimmer Boyd, daughter of Ora Myrtle and John Calvin.
I remember my Dad telling me stories of spending time with Grandma Trimmer at her 'country' home. I am working on creating a photo scrapbook for my two daughters. Your photos are really helping me to make his family tree 'feel real'. I want them to have a sense of family history--again, thank you for helping me to do that.
daughter of Bob Boyd
granddaughter of Ellen Trimmer Boyd
|Patrick O||RE: Russell Newcome|
Just noticed your reply. Yes, I saw it had magically appeared and you had removed the claim and was afraid you were somehow under the weather but now I know. Thanks for attempting to help on this one and many thanks for your contributions in the past. Adeline Rose Hurst our nbr five grandchild was born Apr 1st and we're happy to be here helping out.
|Patrick O||David W. Glenn|
Many thanks once again...a great shot that encompasses the winter scenery. And for including his wife. Patrick
|Patrick O||David Wilson Glenn|
Thanks for claiming this request...I was hopeful it would be you. On our journey to CA we visited a cousin in AZ who had his obit and found he had been moved to Mt Hebron after his passing in CA in 1945. Of course it may be spring as I wouldn't want you to carry that shovel!!!! Thanks. Patrick O'Flaherty, Lodi, CA.
PS: Our daughter is expecting in April and wanted us to move out here...wife will be the nanny and I will be the gardener!
|Patrick O||James Edwards marker|
Sun shine on his marker...rained here the last 14 days. Was hoping you would claim it as I never thanked you for pointing me to the link function as it is a great tool for flying through generations. Patrick.
|Dorothy Wagar||RE: Baker family connection|
Can't remember if I answered you and I see it has been quite awhile. I am so sorry. I get on here and go post the tributes and then get off without checking for messages. I have started working on most all my trees on ancestry.com but will have to stop as our daughter Teresa is getting married this Saturday, July 6th. Lots to do. Please don't give up on me and keep in touch. Have a great 4th of July. Dorothy
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