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|I have combined my love of research, ancestry, and photography into a fun hobby by joining F-a-G. I am happy to take photos in southern York County, PA. I also try to visit grave yards during my travels elsewhere...much to the annoyance of my children.|
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|SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER||RE: Jacob & Hannah Heckler tombstone|
Thank you so much for taking the tombstone photo. It is a wonderful addition to the memorial. I live in NJ so don't get up to Berks Co, PA very often.
Hello Nina, Can you please link your photo of the Keim memorial, showing Lucy Jane Randolph Keim's inscription & that of Lucius Bolling Keim onto Lucius' memorial (118561819)? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Added by AnisahD on Oct 12, 2013 2:31 AM
|SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER||Jacob & Hannah Heckler tombstone|
Jacob & Hannah Heckler are my 3rd gr-grandparents. Are you related? If so, love to exchange family info. Also, do you mind if I use the tombstone photo on my ancestry tree?
|Douglas Custard||Johann George Bortner Gravestone marker|
Hi, When I was looking at Johann George Bortner's Memorial site. I noticed that the photo of the gravestone marker you added to it was for Joanna wife of C. A. Bortner not Johann George Bortner. Can you please add a photo of the correct gravestone. Thank You
|PaGenieGirl||Sarah Horner/George Horner|
Thanks so much for the great photo.
|Tricker||Sadie Viola Armpriester|
Thanks for the picture and the correction.
Added by Tricker on Dec 29, 2011 7:24 PM
|Joe Nihen||RE: Henry J. Miller|
10,000! I didn't know that!
If it's any help, the Pennsylvania Veterans' Burial Record for Henry records his burial as Section S, Lot 102, Grave 4, and his marker is granite. This record was made in 1934, but I don't know if they've changed the map since then.
10,000! Now, that' a challenge!
My thanks and best wishes,
|Neil D Scheidt||Harrison Fox|
Thank you for the photo
|Joe Nihen||Henry J. Miller|
I appreciate the time and effort you spent in attempting to locate the grave of Henry J. Miller.
I have nothing to reference Henry's burial place except for the Pennsylvania Veterans' Burial Record which gives the following information:
Name: Henry J Miller
Birth Date: 16 Oct 1838
Death Date: 19 Dec 1895
Military Branch: Army
Veteran of Which War: U.S. Civil War
Cemetery Name: Charles Evans Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania
The record was composed in 1934.
Best wishes for the New Year,
|Jerry Fair||John Jones Grave Photo|
Ms. Nina, thank you for taking time from your holiday weekend to photograph the grave marker of John Jones, Civil War Veteran. Your contribution is much appreciated!
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