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As a retiree in Montgomery County (PA), I now enjoy the pursuit of genealogy, local history, and experimenting with emerging computer and internet tools.|
My professional career was as an IT manager and analyst, working in the electronics and aerospace industries in Southern California.
I now live across the street from the historic Lower Salford Mennonite meetinghouse and cemetery, earlier known as "Clemens Meeting".
If you notice any mistakes in my postings, please email me.
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|Sandi Gill||Mary R. Price|
Regarding your suggestion to add the parents of Mary Price and delete her husband: Could you verify that John Price is NOT Mary's husband? The census details for John and Mary support the marriage as does the fact that their graves are adjacent. Additionally, we know from the death certificate that Mary was a widow at the time of her death (1909) and that John died in 1901.
I will put both changes on hold for the time being.
|Laura McQuaid||RE: Peter Wentz headstone, et al.|
Thank you, Bud. You are the bomb.
|GeekyGraveGirl||RE: Mennonite Cemeteries in SE PA|
Perfect! Thank you so much, have a great day!
|Ross Gordon Gerhart, III||Janet Gerhart|
Hello Bud, THANK YOU for putting Mother on
Ross Gordon Gerhart, III
|Brenda Reilley Hun||Alderfer|
Thanks for posting all the photos of graves that are my husband's ancestors. Much appreciated. You take nice photos,
|SunSpott||Betsy Smurthwaite Memorial|
Thanks so much for setting up the Elizabeth Smurthwaite memorial! I never would have dreamed, when Betsy and I were ten years old, that I would get to visit her gravesite from afar so many years later. I am 65. Betsy was a close friend who would be about 65 today. We played on her bed the afternoon before she died. Had she survived the cancer that took her so long before I was ready to say "Goodbye," I believe we'd still be pals. Thank you for bringing her memory, and that of her parents, a little bit closer. ~ sigh ~
Added by SunSpott on Feb 18, 2014 8:03 AM
|Jim Allingham||Thank you!|
Bud, thank you for the grave location for Horace Wasser Landis; but, more importantly, thank you for your priceless work on the Clemens Family genealogy. Your work has been a tremendous help for me in piecing together my wife's family.