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Robin "Hoschouer" Zeller (#47113463)
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Bio Photo I like to keep up with the genealogy of my family. My husband and I take flowers out to the graves every Memorial weekend.

"But don't forget the pioneers!
Brave heroes and heroines!
Their graves shall yet be found,
and monuments shall mark their dust,
as sacred earth and ground."

- Wally Garchow -

"Show me your cemeteries and I will show you
what kind of people you have".

Benjamin Franklin

Please do not take my pictures on your own, you can send me a request for one. Findagrave does have a copyright policy. Thank you.
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Chandra Miller Hoffman
RE: Walter Lavey
You're welcome! It was a beautiful day in a beautiful cemetery!
Added by Chandra Miller Hoffman on Nov 04, 2013 4:00 PM
Cathy Miller Giddeon
Your very welcome :o)
Added by Cathy Miller Giddeon on Oct 30, 2013 10:36 AM
Cathy Miller Giddeon
I have a picture of Elva and Lovicia Kentners Grave marker if you'd like for me to post on their pages, send a request, I was looking for a Alva Kantner and the location I was given has the Kentners marker there. Cathy Giddeon
Added by Cathy Miller Giddeon on Oct 29, 2013 9:21 PM
Todd Yarbrough
Johann Peter Hoschaar
This is also an ancestor of mine. I am descended through his daughter Anna Hoschaar Behler/Beeler. I went ahead and transfered management to you though. thanks Todd
Added by Todd Yarbrough on Sep 09, 2013 12:18 PM
John and Eleanor Gilbert
You wrote:

"I believe that John Gilbert is buried beside his wife Eleanor. They had more than one child like it says in the family lore according to Eleanors will. You can email me if you would like to discuss this farther".

I descend from them but have so little information. I descend from their daughter Elizabeth who married Morris William CHAMBERS. Elizabeth GILBERT CHAMBERS died 1847 in Shelby county and her husband moved their children to CA. I don't know where she is buried so been unable to link them. She may be buried by her parents.

I would love to see Eleanor's will even though Elizabeth died 10 years previous to her mother's death and 1 year after her father. I believe Elizabeth, now CHAMBERS died in Shelby county, while John and Eleanor had moved on. So she probably isn't buried by them. Perhaps some CHAMBERS children are in the will?

Would love to get your thoughts.
Added by historianne on Sep 01, 2013 7:15 AM
Deb Rudy
Ludwig III
Thought you might like to look at the Minsker Cemetery, known formerly as the Pancake Cemetery. Ludwig MInsker III and his son Aaron are buried here, tho Ludwig III's wife is buried at the church cem a few miles down the road. The Peter Pancake land was next to the Ludwig Minsker I land in the 1700's in Clark's Valley, Middle Paxton Twp. The 2 famililes shared the small burial ground.
Added by Deb Rudy on Aug 19, 2013 6:08 PM
Deb Rudy
RE: Ludwig Minsker
The Ludwig Minsker who is listed on the Dauphin Cemetery plaque honoring Rev War soldiers buried in that cemetery is the elder Ludwig's son, born in 1761 and died in 1816. The son also was a soldier in the Rev War, tho only 15 or 16 years old in 1776.

The elder Ludwig is most likely buried in New Hope where he died (formerly called Coryell's Ferry), as was the custom in those days for deceased soldiers. But if they were wealthy enough to purchase a casket and pay to have his body shipped home, the body would have had to been dis-interred, sent by wagon to Dauphin and then re-buried likely on family land on the mountain in Clark's Valley in a now unmarked grave.
The history of New Hope page below has info about unknown Rev War soldiers discovered buried on farms and other unmarked areas.
Added by Deb Rudy on Aug 19, 2013 11:08 AM
Robert Viguers
RE: Are you sure?
Anna on memorial was born 1769 Johan Peter was born 1729, 40 years difference. Then you go on to say they married 1755 that's 14 years before Anna was born, I don't understand.
Added by Robert Viguers on Aug 17, 2013 5:02 PM
Robert Viguers
Are you sure?
Her Fathers Findagrave # is 115414201.
Her Husbands is #7945936
If you could connect them that would be great.
Her wedding date is 1755
Added by Robert Viguers on Aug 17, 2013 5:06 AM
Sarah Quinn
RE: Josiphene Condon
Thank you for the nice note. You are welcome for the flower of course. Sounds like much good work is happening in the cemetery. Bless you for your caring. Best ever, Sarah.
Added by Sarah Quinn on Jun 26, 2013 3:17 PM
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