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Karin (Shriver) Gallagher (#47275310)
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Bio Photo Karin Gallagher is a cemetery enthusiast who currently dwells in the Sacramento Area. She enjoys exploring cemeteries all over California from Humboldt to Hollywood.

-"I first used this site to find graves of the famous. Recently I was going through old photo scrapbooks that my great grandmother started. They were filled with tons of family info, obituaries and photographs from 1880s-1980s. I decided that the information and photos contained in these scrapbooks were much too precious to be kept moldering in a drawer. My hope is that this info helps to bring the memorials to life and that it might help others to trace their own family history. Even if it doesn't succeed in doing so it has been fascinating documenting my own family's past."
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Messages left for Karin (Shriver)... (30)[Leave Message]
Edward T. Porter
Sarah A. Steiner
Hi Karin,

I am helping a famjly with their genealogy and and would like to know if you found any obituary for Sarah A. Steiner. This family descends from Carl R. Pierson, Sarah's only biological son. How do you relate to her husband, Samuel Steiner?

Ed Porter
Added by Edward T. Porter on Mar 12, 2014 12:48 PM
Peter Williamson
Answering Your Questions
I would be happy to connect with you to answer your questions and ask a few. I'm reluctant to leave my contact info in a "public" message.

Peter L Williamson II
Added by Peter Williamson on Jan 12, 2014 9:28 AM
Jay Chew
Peter Pan
Please call cemetery at 650-755-0580 and request location then upload to memorial. email me the location as I would love to add Peter Pan to my list

Jay
Added by Jay Chew on Oct 20, 2013 5:24 PM
James Albro
linking Newell to his mother
Hi Karin, It has been done. Thank you for the info. Would you like the memorial transferred to you? I just photographed the cemetery, and have no connection to these people.
Thanks, and have a great day.

Jim
Added by James Albro on Aug 15, 2013 6:08 AM
Monte Shriver
RE: Joshua Shriver
Karin,

The way I figure it, we are third cousins as our grandfathers were first cousins. Contact me at monte_15@msn.com for more discussion.

Monte
Added by Monte Shriver on Jul 08, 2013 5:59 PM
Monte Shriver
RE: Joshua Shriver
Karin,

Have we corresponded before? Joshua Shriver was my great-grandfather and I have considerable family information about him. I have been working on a family history of the Shrivers. How are you related to the Joshua Shrivers?
Added by Monte Shriver on Jul 07, 2013 7:58 PM
Kimberlie Frye
Frances Lee
Thanks for the info. Very interesting. I have added it to her memorial. Kim ;-)
Added by Kimberlie Frye on Jun 16, 2013 9:30 PM
Christopher Brooks
Frances (Glessner) Lee
You'll definitely want to plan a visit to the Rocks Estate in Bethlehem while you're in NH. Wonderfully preserved by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, which operates a year-round d Christmas tree farm there with the proceeds supporting upkeep of the property. The Rocks was the Glessners' model, "scientific" farm which was supposed to inspire all the local dirt farmers to upgrade their outlook, but mostly didn't. :-) The Glessners spent more building their Piggery structure on a stone foundation that farmers back then would clear in five years.
Added by Christopher Brooks on May 31, 2013 5:05 PM
Christopher Brooks
Maple Street Cemetery, Bethlehem NH
You asked Note from contributor: Is there a monument on Frances Gessler Lee's grave?

I *believe* (from memory) that the Glessner family monuments are huge polished marble tablets laid horizontally on the ground. You may know that the scion was the founder of International Harvester, so one would expect their family memorials to be a cut above everyone else's. Forecast for tomorrow (Saturday, June 1) is off-on rain. I'll try to check in between showers, as I live in Bethlehem.
Added by Christopher Brooks on May 31, 2013 3:31 PM
Pat Miller
Brother of William Kercher
Could William have had a brother by the name of Curtis Kercher who moved to Wayne County, Ohio? Curtis was born in 19 December 1808 in Pennsylvania. He was married 23 August 1832, Manheim,Schuylkill, Pennsylvania. Looking for his parent's. Pat Miller
Added by Pat Miller on Apr 04, 2013 11:08 PM
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