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jaime manning (#47129474)
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Bio Photo I was born as a Shomper. Im trying to work on both sides of my tree. The other side being an Earlosky. My family seems to be split between Schuykill and Berks counties. I live in York county, close to Cumberland county. Also working on my husband's tree.

NOTE: If I've submitted a memorial that you want to make corrections or additions to, let me know. I will not transfer any of my direct line family members. Sorry. I have no problem transferring to any family member or good friend as some memorials are too far back in lines for only the first few generations and sometimes friends are closer then family. All I ask for my transfers is if a closer relative asks for a transfer that its granted. No reason to be difficult about transfers; seems silly to be overly nick-picky!

Feel free to use my photographs from Find-A-Grave memorials for use in other Web sites (e.g., and/or for private/personal use only
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Joseph Hancock
Thank you, jaime. Most appreciated! :)
Added by historysmysteries on Jul 31, 2014 3:29 AM
Find A Grave Memorial# 129443131
Thank you for you wonderful volunteer work. I also want to thank you for the lovely memorial picture of my cousin's gravesite.

Added by Webspinner on Jul 28, 2014 10:14 PM
Felia Bobb
Ummm,... "the grave information from the office and posted it under plot revisions".. where would I find this? Thanks,
Added by thomas52 on Jul 28, 2014 5:56 PM
Carl & Felia Wakefield
Jaime: Thanks very much for your efforts.
Added by thomas52 on Jul 28, 2014 5:48 PM
Felia Bobb
Thanks for your efforts. She may be there, but with no stone, no photo for sure.
Added by thomas52 on Jul 28, 2014 5:41 PM
RE: Russell Trimmer photo
No problem and no rush. I'm so glad you took my comment in the spirit in which it was intended. I also take photo requests and carry my little "tools" with me, but I know what it's like to not want to intrude on workers and others in cemeteries.
Added by JT on Jul 25, 2014 6:43 AM
Russell Trimmer photo
Thank you for taking and posting a photo of the gravestone for my cousin. Not to be snarky ... I truly am appreciative ... but if you're in that cemetery at some point in the future and happen to have some scissors with you, would you mind cutting back the grass that is growing over the stone and taking another picture? The name is barely legible.
Added by JT on Jul 25, 2014 6:29 AM
Steven Matthew Hahn
Gladys L Sweger Haas
I am related to the Hess family, through Agnes M. Hess, the mother of Gladys L Sweger, and not her husband, Edward A. Haas, but thanks anyway. No transfer of Haas memorials is needed.
Added by Steven Matthew Hahn on Jul 24, 2014 10:22 PM
Cropf photo
Thank you so much for the photo of Richard Cropf's grave marker. I really appreciate your help.
Added by Karen on Jul 24, 2014 6:24 PM
Steven Matthew Hahn
Gladys L Sweger Haas
Thank so much for taking the time to photograph the tombstone of Gladys Haas. It is much appreciated.
Added by Steven Matthew Hahn on Jul 24, 2014 12:15 PM
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