|Janet Reasoner (#47343751)|
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I've been adding and linking the Sebastian Lasher family that arrived in Germantown, New York in 1710 for the last few years.|
If you are related I would love to hear from you and we are distant cousins.
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|Edwin Sherwood||RE: Lasher at Broadlin-Mayfield|
Thank you for allowing me the credit for Ina Lasher. I added her memorial. If I made a mistake, please offer a correction. Your contributions to Find-A-Grave are very impressive. Thank you for your hard work!
|Charles Beach||RE: Lashers at Fort Plain|
Hi! No, as far as I know, I'm not related to the Lashers of Fort Plain, but given how many of the German Palatine families buried there I am discovering I am related to, I can't exactly rule out any connection! But I am working on photographing and documenting that cemetery, and I have been discovering other families that are connected to my direct ancestors.
If any of the Lashers whose memorials I have created are related to you, I would be happy to make the transfer.
Didn't find Jennie Lasher this time but will look for her again next time we are in the area.
Added by Robin on Aug 24, 2015 6:57 AM
|Don Shaver||RE: Jerome Lasher|
Jerome's siblings were right next to him. All the stones are laying on the ground. Jerome's just happened to be the only one that was clean. I didnt have my brush to clean them off at the time or I would have done them all. I will clean them off and get pictures for you in the next week. I will let you know when they are posted. I have just started this cemetery and am hoping to have it completely photographed by end of season.
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||RE: Robert Lasher / Newton|
Yes, I'll add the pictures I have of Lasher stones.
|Diane Henderson||RE: Jacob Lasher|
Glad I can help out.
|Bob Franklin||Marion L. Romanchak|
I took photos of the headstones for Samuel and Marion. If you look at the headstone for Marion, you will see different birth and death dates than are on the Find A Grave listing. The two stones are next to one another, so I am assuming that Marion is his spouse.
|Don Peterson||RE: Wallace Lasher|
You asked "In your cemetery picture I noticed another Lasher memorial about 3 to 4 rows back to the right. The next time you visit the cemetery would you mind photographing this memorial also?"
This memorial is for Charles E. Lasher, #46182568, there are no other stones associated with the large family stone. Charles resides in plot 7-61 and records show 7-62 is assigned to a Lasher, but no first name or dates are given. I added a photo showing Charles' stone backed by the Lasher stone.
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||Robert Lasher / Newton|
Hi. There is no marker for Robert. A brief battle with the cemetery records suggests that he was the son of Arnold and Catharine (Veety) Lasher. There was one notation that had the dates 1915/1920. I'm not sure if that meant birth and death, or just a possible range of death dates. There were questions included, so I wouldn't read too much into the information. I found stones for Carl (1918-1974) and Ruth (1919-1965), who were presumably other children of Arnold and Catharine.
Does any of this sound correct? Would you like to cancel the photo request or would you like a picture of the Lasher plot?
You are very welcome. If I come across any more Lashers I will take photos
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