|John "Jack" Richter (#47321509)|
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I was raised in Elizabethville, PA but now living in Oak Harbor, WA Am retired and doing genealogy for the E'ville Richter family and Isaac W. Mattis family.|
I am also doing memorials for my wife's family, Ackley, Priboth, Herbert & Jones. Please see the Ackley Virtual Cemetery for names.
I have completed entering memorials for Maple Grove Cemetery in Elizabethville. If I erred on any memorial please let me know so I can make the correction.
Am also making a virtual cemetery for all veterans in Maple Grove. Please let me know if I miss someone who is in the Find A Grave list.
If you wish to copy a photo I have posted remember they are copyrighted. Credit me with the photo. I have started letting any site with my photos credited to others know they are not theirs.
Thanks to the wonderful ladies that helped post photos from Rome and Florence National Cemeteries.
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|Anonymous||RE: Helen Kate Fishel Dunham|
I made the transfer. Thank you for taking it over.
|Russ Ottens||George W. Uhler|
Note that Pvt. George W. Uhler (memorial no. 105743502) served in the 127th PA Inf. You can read it on the stone if you look carefully. I posted his service card on his memorial page. I'd be grateful if you could correct this in his bio.
|Rita & Lee Gordon||DeLeon D Fike|
Thanks for the photo
|America||PFC. William C. Leonard|
Many thanks for the wonderful pictures in memory of our brother-gone but never forgotten.
Added by America on Jul 31, 2015 9:58 AM
Thanks so much for getting this, I really appreciate it.
Added by Leslie on Jul 28, 2015 7:05 AM
|Susan Klinger||Finton grave|
My husband and I spent quite a bit of time yesterday walking Maple Grove Cemetery looking for the grave of his grandparents, Malvin and Ella Finton with no luck. We just stumbled upon your photos of the gravesite!
Your info shows Section 31, Lot 36-1. Is there anyway you can describe where we might find this section when we enter the cemetery?
Thanks so much for giving us hope we will find it!
|Dead weight||RE: Mattis?|
I sent you one or two e-mails.
My Mattis ancestor arrived in Philadelphia 28 Aug 1750 aboard the ship Two Brothers. He settled in what is now Montgomery county, near Skippack. I am trying to find info on a grandson named John Mattis, born 4 May 1780 in Worcester Twp, died about 1833 in Limerick. I also have a 6th cousin who is researching Mattis family from the same common ancestor. Any help would be appreciated. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by John "Jack" Richter on Jun 23, 2015 9:52 PM
Are you researching the Mattis Family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania? I may have a connection for you.
|Jessica Adza||Florence American Cemetery|
Thank you for your work on the Florence American Cemetery. I visited there for the first time Nov 2014, and will be returning in a few weeks for our 10th Mtn Div Descendants "Return to Italy" trip. If I can help w anything, please let me know. thx!
|robert charnichko||George Charnichko|
Thank you so much for posting the Grave of my Uncle George buried in Sicily-Rome American Cemetary in Italy. This will have a special meaning with Memorial Day approaching, then our Family Reunion on the last weekend of May.
My bucket list is to get to the cemetary in person, but if that doesn't happen I now have a beutiful picture of the headstone.
The Charnichko Family
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