|Mike Hahn (#46770538)|
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I have concentrated extensively in Franklin/ Adams counties Pennsylvania and Frederick/Washington counties in Maryland. Brown as well as Conrad; Royer; McClain; Law; Harbaugh; Hauver; Fox; Nichols; Wolfe; Pryor; Willard; Gordon; McGlaughlin; Flautt; Miller; Smith; Buhrman; Manahan; Stoops; Delosier; Elder; Sturdevant; and many more. |
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|Nancy Shrader||Elizabeth Eyler Harbaugh|
It notes on find-a-grave that Elizabeth's parents are unknown. In researching family history, & researching family history from other family members trees, I found that Elizabeth's parents names are father: John Conrad Eyler born 1690 in Germany & died 1751 in Manheim, York, PA. mother: Anna Margaret Gemelcks born 1694 in Manheim, York, PA & died 1763 in Manheim, York, PA.
|Karen Smith||Middour help|
Hope you can help me out. I was making a memorial for a Middower. I photographed it in Cedar Grove, Chambersburg. I'm not related, but I like to try to add information to my memorials. In researching, I found that the name is likely Middour, not Middower, as is on the monument. The names are Joseph & Frances V. (Beam) Middour/Middower. They both died in 1909. Joseph's death certificate states his parents were Jacob & Barbara Hess Middour. I see you have Joseph as one of Jacob's sons, but his wife is not Frances. I am stumped on this one...especially with the name being spelled Middower on the stone... I want to get it right. Any help is appreciated. Here is the memorial # for Joseph 144729553
Are you related to any of the Hahn from Dearborn Co, IN all the way back to Elizabeth ( Worst ) & Valentine Hahn. Thanks
I noticed on your memorial to Yost that you have asked to be contacted if I hold additional information on this person's family. His daughter, Catharine, is my great-great grandmother. I have lots of information on her and her descendents. I have linked her to her parents. If you wish to contact me my email is email@example.com
Added by DO1 on Feb 19, 2015 2:34 PM
|MARIGAIL||Anna Elizabeth KIRSCHNER's parents|
Anna Elizabeth Kirschner was the daughter of Johann Georg Kirschner and Anna Catharina Fischer. She was also the sister of Katharina Katrinka Kirschner who married David Hagger, brother of Jonathan Hager.
Added by MARIGAIL on Dec 10, 2014 12:37 AM
|Dave W||Re: Hannah Albert|
I posted an addition to the memorial for Hannah Albert (my 3rd great grandmother). Marriage records posted on ancestry.com indicates her maiden name was Gross. Thomas and Hannah Albert had a son, Robert C. Albert, (my 2nd great), who was born around 1827. Robert was married to Ann Rebecca Gray (1834-1921), and they lived near Tilghmanton, but the whereabouts of their graves are unknown. Any suggestions as to where I might find where Robert and Rebecca are buried?
Added by Dave W on Dec 01, 2014 11:17 AM
|Debbie Whaley||Mary Wilhemina Strike Rine|
I am trying to locate the burial site of Mary Rine, the second wife of George Rine #19846240. She died on 15 November 1942, seven years after his death. Her death certificate indicates she was to be buried in Shippensburg, Cumberland Co., PA, but does not name a specific cemetery. Is it possible that she was interred near him? Any help you can give will be appreciated. Debbie Whaley
|Debbie Blanton||conrad bonebrake|
I was wondering if you are somehow connected to conrad bonebrake. And if you are would you be interested in a hand written document of conrad and mary thomas. I sorted through my step father's things after his death and found this papter. It looks old, but i don't know the family. If you would know someone that would want it please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org thanks. if anyone would want it, I would mail it to them.
|ladyluck||Detour Methodist Protestant Cemetery Followup|
The locally famous J. M. Holdcraft book on old cemetery's lists the church as "The old abandoned cemetery of the M P Church" and "Meth Prot Cemetery at Detour Md". The books states the names of those buried there. I am sure you are familiar with the book. I have been able to find very little on the church on the internet, except for the listing on this Find A Grave website. It is listed in some of the histories of Detour and Waesche families. I also have a photo of the church given to me by Mrs. Waesche as it appeared in about the 1940s when it was still under roof with few trees in the cemetery. My family has also taken photos of the ruins as they appear today with the north wall fully and the others partially standing.
Added by ladyluck on Feb 17, 2014 11:42 AM
|ladyluck||Detour Methodist Protestant Cemetery|
I have lived near the community of Detour (previosly named "Double Pipe Creek" since 1959. I have spoken to the family that donated the land for the cemetery to the Methodist Protestant congregation through deed dated October 2, 1883 from George Henry Waesche and Catherine Waesche (Land records, Frederick Co, MD 44, Liber J.S., page 164). The cemetery is located about 1/4 mi. South of the intersection of Route 77 (Rocky Ridge Rd as it is called in Frederick County) and Detour Rd). Route 77 becomes Middleburg Rd once the bridge is crossed into Carroll County. The church ruins and cemetery lie in Frederick County, Maryland on Detour Road. The family members in the area, whom have family buried in the cemetery refer to the church qas "Waesche's Chapel". I believe this is the correct name of the church. The church was last used in 1939. We are having a problem with people sealing the building stones from the foundation. I hope people will respect the property and know they belong the the Methodist Church and the people buried there.
Added by ladyluck on Feb 17, 2014 11:21 AM
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