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Any memorial that I am not related to will be gladly transferred following FAG guidelines.|
Please, if you are going to use my pictures Please contact me first. Or at the very least give me credit for all my efforts!!!
I find my pictures all over the internet if you using my pictures, are you related? How?
My direct family lines are BECK, BRUBACHER/BRUBAKER, KILLIAN, OBER, FEHR.
These families are of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
The Rankin/Renkin families of Pennsylvania.
And my father's family HOGARTH and MOTLEY are in the Philadelphia area, and Lancaster & Schuylkill Counties.
Now reseaching the DUNSTER family of New York.
I've been recording names as I go, so I can help the next person looking for that missing family member.
Any corrections or missing information you would like me to add, just forward it on to me.
PLEASE use the edit link...
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Giving you credit - sorry sent too fast!
Added by Louise on Jul 02, 2014 5:46 PM
Thank you. I credited you under 'photo caption' when I uploaded it- but it only shows when you click 'photos'. Otherwise it says 'photo added by kw'. I guess that's how it is done
Added by kw on Jun 29, 2014 11:55 AM
|kw||Image of Joseph Horst Memorial|
May I please use your photo image for 3 memorials? I will credit you as the photographer. Thank you- Kay
Added by kw on Jun 28, 2014 3:36 PM
Thank you again. I'm leaving the photo you took of the stone, and I believe your credit remains.
|Betty J. Burdan||RE: Emanuel P. Frey Memorial# 35412555|
As you can see by my low number of submission (43) of interments at F-A-G and low number of tombstone's managed, you can tell I'm not very adept at adding or editing submissions at F-A-G. I don't check messages very often either. In your Jan. of 2014 message you speak of editing one of your submissions. I'd really rather not edit anyone else's work. I don't even recall what submission or who feel needs editing. It is your work and if it needs editing I will leave that up to you.
Betty J. Burdan
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Esther Hittle Spatz|
Thank you for sharing your tombstone photos with me. Esther Hittle Spatz is the niece of my ancestor so we are not directly related. As for Esther and her husband Dave I do not believe there are any descendants. Happy Digs from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Esther Hittle Spatz & her husband David Spatz tombstone Photo|
Hi I notice you posted Tombstone Photo for Esther Spatz & David Spatz both buried at Pottstown Cemetery, Montgomery co, PA. Would it be possible to use your Gravestone Photos on my family tree. I would be glad to give you credit for ownership of these photos. Thank you for sharing and being a Find A Grave Volunteer. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore
|Steve Kemp||RE: memorial of my great-aunt|
Find A Grave Memorial# 25448138. Alice Brubaker Buller and my grandmother Hallie Watson Buller were sisters. I always thought they must have been named for neighbors/ friends of their parents with those names (Alice Brubaker, Hallie Watson) but was never told. They both grew up in Maytown and went to the Lutheran Church. The oldest sister Ella Grace Buller is recognized in the History of St. Johns Lutheran Church as helping in the project of compiling the book. Their mother was Sallie Boyle and their paternal grandmother was Esther Lightner.
|Steve Kemp||memorial of my great-aunt|
I sent a message with the form used for correcting information, and I don't know whether or not that gets to you or to the man who posted her short obituary complete with erroneous middle name.
Aunt Alice Buller's middle name is Brubaker. I thought that would interest you since you have that surname posted as one of yours. I do not know what lady it was for whom she was named. I never asked her that. She and her sister Ella virtually raised me; neither had had any children. She taught school in Juniata, Altoona (fourth grade). Her father's middle name was Brenneman. They have Brenneman and Neff ancestry in Lancaster County, also Lightner. I am in Huntingdon and do not often get to Maytown. The last time was when her niece Laura (Buller) Doering passed way, whom people who used the library at Millersville State U. knew well. I only joined today. I don't know what the rules of the game are. Should I add things to this, in your opinion? Where should I go from here?
|Judi Wilson Lancaster||Elizabeth Hoffman (Witmer) Stauffer|
Hi! Thanks for photographing Eliz's gravesite @ Landisville Menn. I made a trip to Lanc. Co. last spring where I found this grave info. @ Menn. Hist. Soc. (I had searched the find a grave sites and could not locate it. It appears you just recenly added it.) I visited the cemetery @ that time and have photographs. FYI, Elizabeth's son, John M. Stauffer is buried next to her (b. 7-19-1876; d. 2-27-1881). Note, he died 3 mos. before his mother. Eliz's husband was Henry Miller Stauffer, who is buried @ St. Anthony's Cath. Cem. in Lancaster w/his 2nd wife. You didn't mention being related to Stauffers, Witmers or Hoffmans. I am still searching for Witmer family. Been told that there are connections w/Witmer-Kauffman-Baker families?Will probably soon make another trip to Hist. Soc. to try to connect the dots. Again, thank you for photographing and displaying this gravestone.
Judi Wilson Lancaster
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