I have been doing family history for several years now. I work on it about every day. If I can help someone I would love too (time permitting).
I am researching the surnames: Fritz, Ruffing, Rock, Westrick/Westrich, Schoen, Hepp, Kramer, Diehm, Bertsch, Phillips, Carpenter, Bachman, Richley, Austin, McCool, Bolen, Pollock, Starkey, Damron, Dillingham -just to name a few.
You may use photos I have posted to memorials as long you give me the proper credit. Thanks - Good Luck and happy hunting! :)
When requesting a grave photo, please try to Google the cemetery to obtain a phone number to get the grave location from the office/church. Please try to call the cemetery or church yourself, as it is usally a long disantace phone call for a volunteer. If you at least narrow it down to a section, I will search the said area for the grave. Some of these cemeteries are so large it is very difficult to find it, and it becomes very time consuming for a volunteer. Thanks for your help! :)
Howard Schaffer #114335504 Hi Dustin, Please delete the one Blast from the Past I put on Mr. Schaffer's memorial. I don't know what happened, but it came out blurry!. I added another good one. Thanks, Barb
RE: Edits Not a problem! I love this site and being able to see where every one is connected and look back at the ancestors. Most of the info comes from either http://www.theyosts.net/genealogy/Schreiner/index.htm or http://dvelten.net/vaf-o/index.htm Or just my general knowledge of it being relation on either side of the family. Thanks for starting all of this!
The photos of the joint gravestone of Asa & Elizabeth Briggs are going to be sub-par. They're buried in an area that is heavily shaded from both the east and west. So, until the leaves come off the trees in November, I'm afraid that what I got today will have to do. If I don't remember myself, please don't hesitate to remind me to do a "retake" in November.