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Female, Born and live in PA, Retired, Interested in Genealogy, Enjoy taking photo's and currently updating my family collection.|
Researching my family ancestry.
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How have you been? Hey do you ever get to over to twin hills? I have a few request I would like to get filled before I am under one of the stones myself Just thought I would ask
Let me know Grant Eves
|Elaine||RE: Guy Henry Temple|
Hello Toot, transfer sent.
Added by Elaine on May 01, 2016 8:39 AM
|Carol Harper||Meylert Mellvile Armstrong|
Dear Toots, again!
Meylert Mellvile Armstrong is his correct name (1851-1910.) You can see it on his death certificate. There is no Michael or Mylert Armstrong in the family. Meylert Mellvile is the son of Peter and Hannah Armstrong, and my great uncle. They had four sons: Meylert Mellvile, George Fritz, William B, and Lewis Descaret My great grandfather was George Fritz Armstrong.
Meylert married twice. After his first wife Lillie died, he married Emma W. Breckinridge and they had three sons-Peyton, Breckinridge and Meylert Mellville Armstrong , JR. (b 1905.)
Hope this helps!
|Carol Harper||George F. Armstrong|
Glad you're following the Armstrong's! I wanted to let you know that this is George Fritz Armstrong, my great grandfather, not George Franklin Armstrong, as you noted under his death certificate. George Franklin Armstrong was his son, my grandfather! George Fritz was a son of Peter and Hannah Armstrong.
|Bill Walton||Alevia Shaw|
Name correction made
|Heather||RE: GIDEON WARY|
You are very welcome =)
Added by Heather on Jul 13, 2015 1:42 PM
|Vicki Enigk||RE: Karl Wrede and Shirley Blakely Wrede|
You are most welcome. I walk my dog there nearly every day and pass that stone every day on my walk.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Hello Again|
You're very welcome- glad I could help!
|Beth||RE: OLIVER CROMWELL BERFIELD|
You're most welcome! Glad to do it.
Added by Beth on May 12, 2014 7:58 AM
|Cate||RE: George P Tompkins|
Ah, you're looking in the right cemetery then. Unfortunately there was a fire in 1914 that destroyed the church's records. Some were reconstructed from records at the Montgomery County historical society, but they won't turn the records back over to the church. The only way to know who was interred prior to 1914 is to walk through and look for headstones, hoping they still exist and are legible.
Added by Cate on Apr 14, 2014 5:38 PM
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