|Clancy Hassler (#46961720)|
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|Leo||Oliver Greenleaf Hibbs FAG# 61128996|
Clancy, Thanks for catching my error on his birth year. Enjoy the weekend, Leo Shelley
Added by Leo on May 18, 2013 3:30 AM
|Chris_Yeager||Jacob Yeager at Birmingham|
I'm certainly one of the people who appreciates your going out to photograph this little burial ground. I am a descendant of one of Jacob Yeager's sons, Harris C. Yeager. He took off for the west with a group from PA between 1880 and 1890. I'm wondering whether there are any Yeager geneologists in the area that you could put me together with, who could fill me in on the life and times of this family, and the circumstances around that migration... Thanks again, I look forward to visiting this area sometime soon.
|Beth M. M.||Ann Elisabeth Murtorff|
#67883392 Her maiden name was Slusser. Daughter of Peter Schlosser and Katherine Thistle.
|diane tahtinen griffith||james Trimble|
james son of charles m trimble is burried at Eastlawn in Tyrone. thanks
|diane tahtinen griffith||Charles Morrow Trimble|
Thank you, I was so pleased and suprised to find my great great grandpas grave on find a grave. He had another son as well, my mothers grandfather James Trimble who is burried in Tyrone PA, i added him to find a grave a week or so ago. I was wondering if you could link him as well. There is also a daughter, but I don't know where she is burried. Thank you God bless
|Gretchen McFarland||McFarlands of Huntingdon Co.|
Thanks for posting the McFarland tombstones in Birmingham Cemetery. I have been searching for information on Samuel McFarland, born in Huntingdon County in 1799. He died in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. From census data I know that his father was "foreign born." But I do not have his father's name. Some of my research indicates that his name may be William and his wife Isabell. I do not know what year he migrated to the US. Samuel's wife was Letty Beam (or Bean) and she was born in Mercer County as were all of their six children. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated!
|John G. O||RE: Elizabeth Brugger|
Clancy, Curious! Thank you for the reply
as until now hadn't had any success with
locating the Bruggers/Brookers from any
sources for those cemeteries. And as I've
seen old & older slabs in the South Carolina
area... the conditions of weather and time
have present difficulties with even finding
the plots. Some are rather "age-worn."
Again, Those are the Bruggers/Brookers,
those who remained, while other migrated
further West, Indiana, Nebraska, South
Dakota... Thank you, John G. O
|John G. O||Elizabeth Brugger|
Clancy Hassler, Wondering if there
is any information or wording engraved
in the top-most/upper part of the
Elizabeth Brugger's Monument? May
be lost by the "wear" of time! Again,
Thank you. John G. O
|Ian McAfee||RE: Unknown Ermine|
I just found your message.
My number is 47013678.
Thanks so much!
I have some info on the Bruggers in Pa. and also the Burris that are buried at St ichaels
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