|J. Karl (#46832317)|
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Living in Bucks County, PA. with my husband and kids. Genealogy is a passion, happy to help anyone looking for information in Bucks County or Trenton NJ.Family names I look for in PA & NJ Hartman, Vanderveer(the poor ones)Caulton,and Stevens.In Illinois, Cook County, mostly Fink, Ruder, Triem, Matthies and Breidert|
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|James Harry Lawrence||Corporal James Niblick|
Thanks so much for creating a memorial for James Niblick, a nice kid who tragically died so young.
|Delmar Fenn||Delmar earl fenn|
George earl fenn had 5 other children besides delmar earl fenn, there were jarvis erving fenn,joe fenn, marth alice fenn, stanley reed fenn and george allen fenn.
George allen 1932-1981 was my grampa and i was named after delmar earl fenn.
George allen fenn married in 1951 to pearl irene williams
Pearl (sally) irene wiliams neilsen 1935-2012
They had 5 children
Pearl remarried after george passed away
|cathy313||RE: Newspaper Obits|
You're welcome. Glad I can help.
Added by cathy313 on Dec 17, 2015 2:15 AM
|Gaby Klein||RE: John Breidert|
I live in Langen and'm local and family researcher here. There's a family book, where I have worked with. Now I write on a book on the emigration of Langen and I'm so encountered John Breidert. The date of birth and the name and the dates of his wife agree. If you need more information about the ancestors Breidert, I can further assist you. The family has since records began in the church book Langen, 1652, in Langen resident. I would be very interested to know what happened after his arrival in the United States John Breidert and his wife. Maybe you can help me here.
Best regards from Langen, Hessen, Germany
|Beverly Bender (Snyder)||RE: mary caulton|
Neither, I am related to the Doan's from Newton, I use Familysearch.org and sometimes I go way beyond my family till it dead ends...source...
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JYQ9-8PJ : accessed 7 October 2015), Lillian Doan, Dec 1981; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).
|Susan||RE: Wikins Brown|
Thank you for posting it. I appreciate it.
Added by Susan on Sep 28, 2015 7:34 PM
|Jeff Sheaffer||Thank You!|
I greatly appreciate you taking time out of your busy day, not only for locating the burial site, but also for capturing and posting the
hi-res photo of Jacob & Alice (Smith) Kritser-Huber's headstone.
Your level of effort and professionalism, help make Find-a-Grave one of the best research tools available.
Additionally, your efforts help confirm my research
|Renee C Trappe||Daily Herald requesting to use photo|
J. Karl: : Hi, this is Renee Trappe, an editor with the Daily Herald newspaper outside Chicago (and an amateur genealogist). “Barney” Ross lived in Barrington, IL after the war, one of the towns we cover. It’s Barrington’s 150th anniversary and we’re doing stories on interesting people, places and things in Barrington over all those years. One of those is a short piece on George Henry Robertson “Barney” Ross, and I’d love to be able to use the PT109 photo you have posted on his FindAGrave site – the one with the four guys and JFK in the middle. (JFK came to Barrington near the end of his presidential campaign, basically because Barney was there). What I'm looking for is the original photo, and asking if you could email to me at email@example.com. We would credit you for supplying the photo, so if this is OK with you please also give me your name (or how you would like the photo credited. Thanks very much, Renee
Thanks so much for taking the time to fulfill my request of this pic.
Added by Tammie on May 27, 2015 5:55 PM
|Linda Warman Sims||Biancosino Grave.|
I really appreciate your efforts to find this young mans grave. As you may know, his life was senselessly cut short in Savannah,Ga. A crime victim, along with Miss Emily Pickels.I hope his burial can be found .
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