| || member for 10 years, 2 months, 10 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|My name is Joanne D (Highland) Hillegass, born July 25, 1932 in Weatherly, Pa. Carbon Co. daughter of the late Albert and Emily (Clewell) Highland, I'm a 75 years old widow. I was married to the late Robert R Hillegass July 2,1949. He passed away Dec. 1 1996 and the companion of William F Kattner Jr. who passed away March 2012, Robert and i had seven children, Susan, Bruce, Robin, Dolores, and Robert who passed away in 1997 of Hanta-virus, Scott and Penny. I have 19 grandchildren and now 37 great-grandchildren. I love doing genealogy, I'm working on family trees for Highland, Heiland, Hillegass, Christman and Graver. I have a cat named Whiskers. He's a pure bred Persian, he's white with gray markings.|
|Find A Grave Friends|
cindy, Deb Frantz, Erik Skytte, Fran (Schlegel..., Grace, Peace an..., Judy Woody, Ken Hontz, Kevin Casey, Marsha, Patricia, Pete Giannotti, tanrzant, Tim Troxell, William Haynes
|Messages left for yellowrose (115)||[Leave Message]|
|Deidre Lubinski-Norton||Re: Anna Adams Baldwin|
I noticed you left my grandmother flowers on the website years ago. You were born the same year as my mother, Joan Baldwin Lubinski. I was wondering if you knew her. My name is Deidre Lubinski Norton & my e mail address is Deidre7410@yahoo.com
|b artz||Mary Elizabeth Beidleman Koch Highland|
Please remove your memorial for my grandmother as I have created one for her at Union Hill where she is resting beside her first husband and some of her immediate family members.
May 2 2011 I had informed you that my grandmother IS NOT buried in Lehighton cemetery. You still have her posted incorrectly
Her correct number is 42034236.
She is not and never was buried with second husband Harry Highland. Harry is next to his first wife Trecia.
Added by b artz on Jul 28, 2014 2:32 AM
|konsavage||Elda Turner Wanamaker|
I seen you posted the information on Elda Wanamaker who is buried at New Bethel Union Cemetery in Kempton. I was wondering if perhaps you were related to her.
|Albert Koltosky||Francis A. Koltosky|
Hi Jeanne, I came across Francis A. Koltosky (1918-1989)in a search of Find A Grove Memorial buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA, which you posted a memorial to. He is my uncle. His father is Andrew Koltosky,(1874-1953), Find A Grave Memorial #130489789, buried in St. Casimir Cemetery in St. Clair, Schuylkill County, PA.
Thank you very much for posting this information which I was looking for a long time, since everyone of the relations have passed away.
I am currently working and posting on the St. Casimir Cemetery of all my relations, who are buried there.
Thank you again,
|Barbara Schwartz||Henry Hunsicker #9200060|
Would you add his parents links?
father - 78693153 Herbert James Hunsicker
mother - 78693156 Ruth Hunsicker
|MikeBrennan||Thomas F. Johnson|
Joanne, I noticed you left flowers for T.F. Johnson, RAF navigator killed in 1944. He is a cousin of mine, and I am wondering if you have a family connection.
|Scott Tame||Franklin A Nelson Find A Grave Memorial# 9297553|
Hello Yellow Rose, I have Franklin's parents registered if you want to add links to them.
Frederick Leroy Nelson Memorial #120114492
Etta Pearl Nelson Memorial #120114722
|Karen Stocker||Virginia Finken Find A Grave Memorial# 9603560|
Hello, I wanted to let you know that Virginia Finken's maiden name was Stocker, not Godshalk. She was my husband's Aunt. I will gladly take both Virginia and her husband Erwin's Memorials if you would transfer them. Thank you.
Karen Stocker (#48112742)
|Jami Vancil||Sarah Powers Longshore|
Just wondering if in the family Bible, Isaiah lists his other siblings, I am a descendent of Abner Longshore and would love to have a copy of this Bible page if possible. I am willing to pay any charges you may incur please contact me by private email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sandra Wallander||Thank You|
Thank you for the lovely memorial for my grandfather Robert P. Kilcullen.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service