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|Wendy Stum Corbett||Memorial Transfer request|
Helen Stum (Memorial# 54232426) and Harold Stum (Memorial# 54232420) are my grandparents. Thank you for creating the memorial for them. I would like to request a transfer of the memorials to me. Do you need any additional information?
I'm inquiring as to information reguarding the Morre family that originated in the Old Associate Reformed Church Yard, Dickinson twp and moved to Newville Cem. do you know when this move mayhhae happened, and if their stones may have went with them or remain in the church yard? I have been unable ti find anything in them in Newville Cem, as they did not own a lot there and no knowledge of relatives they may be buried with them
Any info you may have to assist in locating them would be greatly appreciated.
Many advanced thanks!
|Lyla Jensen||Lyla Heydon Jensen|
Rebecca Minnich was my 4X great grandmother. 1795-1858. She was married to David Stoner. On the photo you posted of her stone, it shows "our mother". At the bottom of the stone there appears to be the name "David" if I see correctly. Could you verify that photo for me? I think the reason she was buried with her parents because she was married to David Stoner and after his death in 1838 she married John Arnold. Know she died before 20 Mar 1859 from court documents. Thank you for posting these photos.
|Donnie720||RE: Moses Black Wenksville Cemetery|
Actually, George is my GGGG, he's buried in Bendersville, Moses is my GGG, William is my GG, Wenksville, Waybright is my Great grandfather, Wenksville, John is my grandfather, Wenksville, and Ken is my father, Wenksville.
|Donna Heller Zinn||Eugene Parker "Jinx" Heller|
Eugene Parker "Jink" Heller is my uncle. My father is Arthur Clayton Heller. Uncle "Jink" is buried in the Bendersville Cemetery and not the Biglerville Cemetery that is showing on his Find-A-Grave page.
If you'd like to make links to the spouse and other children of Elsie Minerva Wingert Heller:
*Her husband (my grandfather) George William Manzo (William G.) Heller is buried in the Bendersville Cemetery.
*My father, Arthur C. Heller is buried in the Westminster Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA..
*James Grayson Heller is buried in the Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA.
*John Edward Wesley Heller is buried in the Bendersville Cemetery.
*Raymond Elmer Heller is buried in the Bendersville Cemetery.
*Junior Ralph Heller is buried in the Bendersville Cemetery.
If you need any more assistance, please let me know.
Donna Heller Zinn of Newville, Cumberland Co., PA.
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