|Andre Dominguez (#47981897)|
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Andre J. Dominguez, b. 1947, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. US Navy Machinist's Mate for 6 years, 3-1/2 years on a nuclear Submarine, Penn State University graduate (BSME), electric utility nuclear power engineer/manager for 30 years. Currently a professional researcher specializing in family history research in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.|
Any memorial will be gladly transferred following FAG guidelines.
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|Everlastings||RE: Jacob Franklin Trexler|
Thanks, I moved him, but it does seem odd that he is in a Mennonite cemetery when he and his wife were so active in Trinity Lutheran church. I am searching for his wife who was still alive in the 1940 census. Perhaps her death certificate will clear up the confusion. Please let me know if you find her.
|Anne||George Worner headstone photo.|
Thank you so much for the photo of my grand children's
Gt Gt Gt grandparents. Very sad to see the stone lying on the ground. Were other stones down too? Vandalism?
It doesn't look broken. Thank you again.
Added by Anne on Oct 20, 2014 7:59 PM
|Bill Daugherty||Isaac Hubley|
Thanks for the Isaac Hubley photo, and the memorial for his wife. I just sent updates to link them up, and link up their son John to them as well.
|Phyllis||Sarah (Haag) & James L. Benson|
What a very pleasant surprise to find the gravestone photos you added to these two Find A Grave memorials, and the time and effort it took to not only go to the cemetery and search for the headstones, but to put together the explanation of what is in the photo. Sarah is the sister of my great grandmother, and even though her actual headstone is not in place, seeing the site is special. Thank you. Phyllis
Added by Phyllis on Oct 19, 2014 8:33 PM
|Kathi Fluck||Hazel Zima|
Thank you so much for transferring Hazel to me. I continue to find more information about the Zimas, so I will update her biography when I do. I appreciate your kindness!
|Kathi Fluck||RE: Hazel (Grimm) Zima|
Thank you so much for catching that, Andre! Much appreciated. I double checked and noticed they also had middle initials included in the 1900 census. Don't know how accurate they are, but may come in handy some day, you never know:
If you don't mind transferring her, I would love to have her, as she is a relative and I may be finding more information on her. Thanks!
|ditdit||Anna Elizabeth Hambright Nunemacher|
Thank you very much for the photo of her gravestone.Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
My father lived across the street from that cemetery for a few years.
Added by ditdit on Sep 09, 2014 7:07 PM
|Eileen Weed||Thank you!|
Thank you SO MUCH for posting the pic of Helena R Aukamp's grave! And what a bonus, you added the Aukamp plot including her husband Harry and Harry's parents, Jacob and Ellen. How nice of you and precious to me!
Helena R Shultz Aukamp's sister is Mary Ellen Aukamp Cunningham (b 1923, unsure if she is living or not), married to Bernard V Cunningham (1911-1999). Not sure where Bernard is buried, if you have a way to find out if he is in the same Cemetery, please let me know. THANKS again!
|Chuck Johnson||RE: Gordon and Catherine Wheeler|
You are very welcome, I have ask Find-A-Grave to mark the memorial as a cenotaph.
|Jeff Sheaffer||Thank You!!!|
You have been a big help in locating several of my Sheaffer & Strimel ancestors. I greatly appreciate you locating Miller Leroy's (Memorial# 134695418) death certificate. Can you shed any light on where the "Strangers Grounds" are located within the cemetery? The reason I ask, after reviewing a few other PA death certificates, I suspect there is a chance that two or three more infants (Strimel Family) buried in the same area.
I live in Southern Maryland and rarely get to the opportunity to visit Lancaster. Your efforts have significantly contributed to my genealogy research.
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