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I have been working on my avocation as an amateur genealogist and family historian since 1999. My ancestors were Germans, Irish, Scots, and others who came to America.|
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|Dana Kinnaman-Peterson ||Lucy A. Stewart Kinnaman|
Lucy is my great grandmother on my father's side. My grandfather was her youngest son Robert Riley Kinnaman, my dad was Robert Dean Kinnaman. Her husband was William Alfred Kinnaman. It has always been a mystery has to who her parents were. I noticed in the census that Mary "Polly Borders Stewart wife of Wesley Stewart was possibly her grandmother (which doesn't surprise me, because of the family rumors). I am looking for her parents of course and also Mary Polly Borders family.
Thanks for any light that you can shed.
|Robert Galusha||RE: Revolutionary Soldiers at Manny's Corners Cemetery|
Sorry for the tardy reply...
I have no idea who the soldiers are. I didn't try to search the headstones but they may be listed. I now live out of state & went back for a visit to track down family history.
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Elisabeth Kieffer Faust|
Good Morning Vicki,
I see that on July 16, 2014, you added the following floral tribute to my memorial for Elisabeth (Kieffer) Faust, memorial #47615980:
"In memory of my 5G Aunt, Elisabeth Keefer Faust"
I am currently in the process of deleting her memorial, due to the fact that I inadvertantly duplicated an older memorial for her #23053830, that was created by Brenda Horton.
Thought you might want to know, so that you can repost your floral tribute to Brenda's memorial.
Sorry for this inconvience,
Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste
|ca||RE: Stephen & Manzella (nee Jackson) Wagner|
Thanks...there were eleven children.
Added by ca on Jul 16, 2014 3:27 PM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Mrs. Victoria Klein,
Thank you Maam for what your doing, have done, and I surely betcha shall do too. It is well done!
Please add me as your friend. on Find A Grave also here now.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
PS : We have a DAR Chapter my mum is historian/registrar of for Joseph Bloomfield in Bloomfield, Essex County, New Jersey too.
|Ronald Fry||Abraham Dreibelbis|
Do you have any citation or records where Abraham Dreibelbis is listed on the rolls of Lewis Nicola's Corps of Invalids, or any proof of his service in the American Revolution? I am applying for the Sons of the American Revolution, and I need some sort of proof of his service.
|Tom and Nancy Gawthrop||RE: Edward Weidenhammer|
Sorry it took so long to reply. Yes Edward's parents are John Chancey and Amanda Griffith Weidenhammer, and John is the son of John Jacob and Elizabeth (Glenn) Weidenhammer. John Chancey had a sister, Elizabeth Ann who married Albert Straub, they are my grandpa's grandparents. Nancy G.
|Bonnie Schermer||RE: Mary Cooper Ward|
The program won't let me remove your flowers. I think that if you click on one of them, you should be able to delete it by clicking "remove offering."
|Jerry Morris Mounts||RE: James B. Dismore|
Vicki, ironically the US Gen Web page was mine, I had a list of all the civil war soldiers from Washington County, but when I left they took it down and I don't know what they did with it.
|Susan Ing||RE: Photo Fulfillment for Franz & Caroline Schneider|
So many lots are empty now. Just grassy areas. If the stones (if they had one at all) were made of just limestone, they get pretty worn down and are gone or just look a rock now. A lot lots have the lot numbers on the entrance markers that is sometimes all you see. They have great maps and I take a photo of the lot next to them to make sure. Plus only Lucy Brake had a good stone on the lot. That was put on as well.
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