|Sandra (Stultz) Patrick (#46894007)|
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I stumbled on this site by accident. Now like most of you i'm hooked. Most of the people I've added are my relavtives. I'm still adding and looking. Happy hunting!!!|
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are still not made ?
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|George DeKay||James Crary|
Back in August, I requested this memorial be linked to his father, but so far that hasn't occurred.
Did you receive that request?
Thanks for your reply.
|James Ellis||Emaline A Stultz Reval|
I am researching my family Sanders. Can you tell me if this Emaline's maiden name is Stultz or was it Sanders? I am searching for Emaline Sanders, have lost track of her after 1860. I received a "hint" in Ancestry.com and they showed her to marry George Reval abt 1822. I have linked the two but, as I see the name Stultz I am uncertain that this is the same person.
I have found an Emaline Sanders living in Indiana with a daughter Viola, but Sanders was her marrie name.
If you could confirm for me if Stultz is this Emaline's maiden name or first husbands name I would greatly appreciate it.
|Pat Morgan||Julia America Turner Stultz|
Could you link Julia America Turner Stultz to her parents, Greenville Turner, memorial 23537794 and Rhoda Field Turner, memorial 23538095. They are buried in Underwood Cemetery in Putnam County, Indiana. Thank you so much.
|Jack E. Coffey||William and Nancy Ann Keener|
Did you receive my edit information for my 3rd great grandparents? Are they related to you? I had not heard back so wondered if the system sent the message or not.
My Grandmother Ott was a Stultz and there are sill quite afew in Noble County. She is buried in the Wolf Lake Cemetery. Her brother Walter Stultz lived in Fort Wayne, IN. I can't remember his wifes name. Well, I was just wondering. I am like you and I think I am hooked on this site. I noticed that there were four photo request for the Metz Cemetery, in Steuben County and I am hoping to fill their request. Someone did my first and only request, of one of my friends that was KIA in Vietnam. Maybe I can make someone as happy as they did me.
Thank you so much for the photo. Your work is much appreciated.
Added by Val on Sep 14, 2012 10:49 PM
|M Glanton||Babcock photos|
I want to than you for taking pictures for me.
It is much appreciated.
|M Glanton||Albert and Mary Babcoke|
Thanks for the picture. Beautiful stone on a beautiful day. Great job.
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