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Lorraine Hopfer Brelsford (#47334311)
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Bio Photo I'm still working on my genealogy, I have been since I was 16 years old. Now that I'm 56 years old, I've had lots of practice looking up my German, English, Dutch, Irish, Welsh, Scot, and Swiss and French ancestors, just to name a few... haw haw
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Kurt D. Moser
Andrew Mantanye
Hi Lorraine,

Thanks for the correction to Andrew Montanye's memorial. Its been a long long time since I put this up and I have neglected to update it. My notes match yours, I will update the memorial.

BTW, Andrew was my 5th great grand uncle. I am descended from his sister Jane "Jennie", she married Samuel Carver.

Kurt Moser
Added by Kurt D. Moser on Jun 17, 2015 7:56 AM
Frances Webster Hopfer
She is the wife of Myron Hopfer and daughter of Merton & Rosa Amy Brown Webster. Do you happen to know where Merton & Rosa Amy Webster are buried
Added by LDR on Dec 25, 2013 8:25 AM
Jeff Harvey
Unfortunately, our Harveys are not the owners of Harvey's Lake, but we do have friends that have a boat there!! I did use photoshop, but just to trim/crop the photos. . . . Hopefully I can find the rest of the Hopfers for you!!
Added by Jeff Harvey on Nov 14, 2013 10:50 AM
edward smith
RE: Thanks
No I don't have access to the records, but has a pretty complete listing of the burials there. Hughesville library has a book with more of the burials also. I haven't actually seen the hopfer plot, least ways don't remember seeing it; I have been thru the cemetery a couple times. I live about 40 minutes out 118, but I work in that way. I remember seeing quite a few Johnsons in the book.
Added by edward smith on Sep 27, 2013 9:18 AM
edward smith
RE: Thanks
You are Welcome. Any photos that you might take can be added to any memorial even if it isn't one of yours. If there are certain names you are looking for I can probably find out if they are buried there. I will transfer the Hopfers that I added. I will check and see if there are any more of them there. I will be adding Ocie here shortly.
Added by edward smith on Sep 23, 2013 2:46 PM
edward smith
Ocie married Benjamin H Smith, he was my 2nd cousin a couple times removed. I haven't been able to connect Jesse Lee to the Hopfers yet.
Added by edward smith on Sep 22, 2013 6:35 PM
edward smith
RE: Jesse's tombstone
You should delete your memorial for him. The ealier one always takes precedence. I added more of the Hopfers to Hughesville. If you would like any of them transferred to you let me know. Ocie, was a girls name; not sure if it was a nickname; but I have more than a few Ocies on my tree.
Added by edward smith on Sep 22, 2013 6:15 PM
edward smith
RE: Jesse's tombstone
I already had Jesse listed in the cemetery, your memorial will be a duplicate. Is it possible Ocie was the spouse of Jesse? I am not sure but mat be able to find out.
Added by edward smith on Sep 22, 2013 11:02 AM
Bob Hufford
RE: Peter Hopfer/Hoffer
Well...the only Peter Hoffer even remotely young enough to have served in the Civil War was born October 11, 1825. He lived in Lancaster County and if the served in the war he survived as the record lists a son born in 1867. Nothing about adoptions or anybody named Hopfer. My branch was long gone from Dutch Country by then.

Added by Bob Hufford on Aug 28, 2013 6:13 PM
Bob Hufford
RE: Peter Hopfer/Hoffer
I will look that up when I get home. My own branch ended up in southwestern Virginia shortly after the War of 1812 and fought for the Confederacy in the Civil War.

Added by Bob Hufford on Aug 26, 2013 11:52 AM
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