|Rita McKale (#47113914)|
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I have been interested in family history since 1978 and have enjoyed doing family research since that time. I love this website and have been adding memorials for our family. I hope, if you view any of my memorials you will contact me so I can share what ever information I might have. Some of my family memorials I have listed, not knowing the cemetery, in hopes someone who sees them may be able to tell me. I also have been adding memeorials for my daughter's in-laws family and some from the local cemeteries. So either way, I can possibly tell you something about a number of my memorials. I welcome your questions, comments, corrections etc. I have met some really nice and helpfull people through Find A Grave. It is my most sincere desire to help someone add new data to their research so plese feel free to contact me.|
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|kathy eberle||Katherine Ebere|
Hope you can help me. Could you tell me if Katherine Eberle Birth: Nov. 30, 1886 Death: Jan. 25, 1887 is she just listed in the parish record - and not buried there - or perhaps buried and no headstone? Any information you can supply would be so helpful. Thank you! Kathy Eberle (Katherine is my great grand aunt)
|Glenda Kraft||RE: C. Autinrieb|
I added the photo for you. I noticed that there is still a missing photo for a Fred Autinrieb that the next chance I get I will look to see if I can find his for you.
|Paul Everitt||RE: Charles and Nell Walch|
You're very welcome. Glad to help. By the way, in case you hadn't noticed yet, I also found "another" Charles E Walch (1866-1934)there who didn't have a memorial yet. I made one for him and will gladly transfer to you if you want.
|Rhonda Bouck Hagerman||RE: Wilhelm Hagen|
You are so welcome! I feel the same :)
|Glenda Kraft||Minnie Autenrieb McKale Grave|
I found the grave site for Minnie Autenrieb McKale that you had requested and added it to her memorial page. But the death date on her stone says 1929 instead of 1930 but the birth year is the same. I also added her husbands
|sem||Cureton Cemetery-Lancaster Co., SC|
Massey-Cureton Cemetery was hard to find. I no longer live in Lancaster, Co. and since this was several years ago I'm afraid my memory is no good.
The genealogical "guru" for Lancaster is Lindsey Pettus. He is retired however, but his phone # may be in the Lancaster directory.
My best guess is to give him a call. He was the person who put us on the track. I do recall the cemetery is off 521 North but I can't spot on the map I have as to where to turn. I do know it is to the east of 521. SEM
Added by sem on Aug 02, 2015 12:27 PM
|Mary J. Helton||RE: George Hylton|
George Hilton and Easter(?I think this was her first name because her 1st daughter was named Easter) Hester children were as follows:
George Hilton Jr - 1727-1813
James Hilton Sr - 1730-1786
Easter (Hilton) Hylton - 1736-1798
John Bryant (Hilton) Hylton - 1737-1815
Susannah (Hilton) Hylton - 1739-1849
Samuel Hilton - 1742-1810
Nathaniel Newman (Hilton) Hylton - 1744-1837
These are the children of Elijah (Hilton) Hylton and Susannah Slusher:
Charlotte Lucy (Hilton)Hylton - 1766-1858
Susannah (Hilton) Hylton - 1767-1850
Elizabeth "Betsy" Hilton - 1768-1815
George B. (Hilton) Hylton - 1769-1840
Martha "Patty" Hilton - 1774-?
John Bryant Hilton - 1775-1815
Archelaus (Archabald) (Hilton) Hylton - 1779-1865
My dad took the DNA test.If I can be of more help just let me know.
It's always a Blessing to find new family members!
|Tom Denardo||RE: Herman J. Pfannenstiel|
you are welcome.
|Mary J. Helton||RE: George Hylton|
I'm decended from George's son Nathaniel Newman Hylton. Who is your hubby's line?
|Vickie ||Elizabeth Ann Talbot Dalton|
According to family tree information I have found on Ancestry.com, Elizabeth was born in 1715, most trees indicate Virginia, but one says Maryland. I hope this is helpful.
Added by Vickie on Jun 25, 2015 11:01 PM
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