In the course of researching and putting together my family tree, my husband and I have come to realize just how fulfilling it is to have an answer. This site helped us find some of ours. We appreciate the opportunity to help others find theirs.
My husband is a linguist who has a particular interest in Old German gravestones. He's always willing to help translate if desired.
Nusbaum cemetery question I saw your post about the Nusbaum cemetery. I am curios as to where this is. When I was a kid, my aunt lived on Baust Church Rd. there was a little cemetery halfway back their driveway. I don't even know if the stones would still be visible or legible. I have often wondered about this little forgotten cemetery. My aunt lived on the left, right before the bridge (going from Old Taneytown Rd to Trevanion)
Gladys I Grabill Griffin #75806370 - spouse Howdy, Seeking the burial or Find A Grave memorial (or evidence of cremation) of Gladys' husband, Perry Ward Griffin, who died in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio 24 May 1941, and, according to the death certification, was living in Bessemer, Lawrence, Pennsylvania at the time. As you can see, it is emblazoned on her stone that she was his wife. If you are a relation, perhaps you might know, or have a lead. Your time and attention is very much appreciated. All the best, PJ Miller