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I grew up in Bethlehem,Penna. and currently live in Hackettstown, NJ. I am researching YETTER (Jetter), STARNER (Sterner), STRAAT (Stratenmacher)and related names. While not registered as a photo volunteer, I will try to complete requestes in Hackettstown & Greenwich.|
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|Patsy Hittle Gore||Starner|
Since this family is probably part of your family, I think it would be nice if your posted Ralph C. Starner (1897-1961) on Find A Grave and connect him to his parents. I am not related to him but his first wife Minnie could possibly be a Hartzell relative. Still work on the connection.
Alaska is a great place and thank you for visiting our great state. Sorry you won't be able to visit again. Right now I'm in American getting ready to ride the Erie Canal in New York State. Have Wheels will travel, Patsy
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Ralph C. Starner (1897-1961)|
Hi Thought you might be interested in this burial seems he maybe the son of Joseph A. Starner & Leah V. Newman.
PA Veterans Burial Cards 1777-1999: - Ralph C. Starner 7 Jan 1897 - 25 Dec 1961; WWI, Marines. buried at Moravian Cemetery, Nazareth, Pa.
PA Church Records: Ralph Cornelius Starner b: 7 Jan 1897 bp: 03 Jul 1897 s/o Joseph A. Starner & Verona Starner. Olivet Evangelical Congregational Church, Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania.
Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy
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