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|Pat D.||Peter Schiffert # 54022777|
Peter Schiffert, buried at Solomon's Cemetery in Macungie, was born June 24, 1825 and died of a neck dislocation on April 19, 1887. He was buried by Rev. William F. Schoener. Source : Church records of St. Peter's Ev. Luth. Church of South Bethlehem.
Added by Pat D. on Oct 07, 2013 11:49 AM
|Joe Lusardi||Memorial# 87924242|
Could you link Memorial# 87924242 to her Mother, Memorial# 117250679.
|Betty J. Burdan||Carrie Hein d. 1906|
I noticed on Find A Grave Memorial# 82811650 for Carrie Hein, the headstone clearly reads that Carrie died on March 11, 1906, but you have the death date on the opening page as March 10, 1906. Which is correct?
|K Robinson||# 54107114 Anna Maria Loy|
Thanks for the nice picture with the old and newer memorial headstones next to each other for Michael Loy and Maria Loy.
I was wondering what your source is for the maiden name Kemp? I have seen Kumph for years, as well as Day more recently in different places Just trying to establish info in my records. In her will her name is listed as Anna Maria Loy. I suppose Maria was on her headstone because that is the name she used.
Do you by chance know what the inscription on the original headstone says?
Thanks for any insight you can give,
|Jeff Braucher||RE: 82810628|
Yes, I miss typed should have be 1869.
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Photo|
Yup it is me back in the day. Thanks for noticing. I too love this old photo. a former Wyoming Cowgirl, Patsy
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Tillman A. STROHL (1831-1898) buried at Salem Bible Church Cemetery|
Hi, I noticed you have posted Tombstone Photo for Tillman A. STROHL (1831-1898) buried at Salem Bible Church Cemetery, Hereford Twp, Berks, PA. He was married in 1850 to Sophia Hittel. I was wondering if I could use your gravestone Photo on my Tree? I would be glad to give you Credit for ownership of this Photo. Appreciate you sharing & thank you for Being a Find A Grave Volunteer. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore
|Dana||RE: Mary Haberley Neeld|
Maybe include a little in the bio, but I was thinking more on Ancestry.com...I just thought that article was very interesting! especially for future researchers, what a strange way to be injured, and then die! I hope this March rain brings April Flowers!!
Do you know if the house remains at 5 Lenora Ave.? I think I will do a drive by on my way home, and if I can find the residence, I will upload photo on Ancestry.
Keep in touch, Dana.
Added by Dana on Mar 12, 2013 1:17 PM
|Dana||Mary Haberley Neeld|
Did you you see the newspaper article dated 9/26/1934, that Mary died from Tetanus, which developed after she was injured participating in a Footrace at a picnic?
Added by Dana on Mar 12, 2013 12:13 PM
|cat landers||RE: hey Cat!|
Hey there, youre welcome!
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