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G. Stoecklein (#46965842)
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Bio Photo If you have any additions, corrections please contact me at "suggest correction" button since that will provide a link to the page. Include all info including bio of individual if you wish.
Love genealogy and visiting cemeteries. I'm hoping by listing cemeteries I will be able to help someone in their research. Unfortunately I am related to very few of the entries I have made.

If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know (preferably by using the "suggest correction" button since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).
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wanda nitterhouse
Roberta Furst
Hi. Do you happen to know if Roberta Furst (42387909) is the daughter of Edna Furst (42387908)? I assume she is, since Edna's husband was named Robert Furst and he passed in 1900, as did Roberta. I am hoping you can help me verify it.

Thank you!

Wanda N.
Added by wanda nitterhouse on Aug 27, 2015 4:15 PM
RE: Eicher Boy Scouts
Many thanks. Will do.
Added by TGM on Aug 16, 2015 7:13 AM
Ada Maizzie Hugg - Drowning Victim - Buttermilk Falls 1917
G. Stoecklein,
I see that you have processed a number of cemeteries around Greenburg, PA. I am searching for the grave of a young girl named Ada M. (nickname Maizie) Hugg who drowned at Buttermilk Falls in Idlewild (near Ligonier, PA) on August 11, 1917. A Boy Scout by the name of Robert W. Eicher attempted to rescue her and also drowned in the process. See Find A Grave monument marker 24115261. For his efforts he was posthumously awarded the Gold Honor Medal by the Boy Scouts and the Bronze Medal by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. The Carnegie Fund report is written in such a way as to suggest that Miss Hugg was possibly from what was then called Longbridge, PA (or it could be that that is where they believed the incident occurred).

The Boy Scouts of America in Washington, DC is now looking for background on this event in preparation for the hundredth anniversary in 2017. Any suggestions on where to find her grave? I have index searched most of the nearby cemeteries and can find few if any Hugg records.

Many thanks,
TG Motta, BSA
History & Archives Committee
National Capital Area Council
Washington, DC
Added by TGM on Aug 15, 2015 6:50 PM
Thank you so much for the Tarbolett transfer
Added by NK56 on Aug 10, 2015 9:17 PM
Penny Wood Spaziani
RE: Grace
Thank you very much for the transfer. All your work on Find A Grave is very much appreciated. It's people like you that make it a great site.
Added by Penny Wood Spaziani on Aug 03, 2015 8:29 AM
Thanks for the quick update!
Added by Deb on Jul 30, 2015 7:02 PM
Sister Severina Joynt (Annie Joynt)
Thanks so much for updating her memorial, I appreciate your time.
Added by Geniereese on Jul 29, 2015 11:36 AM
Penny Wood Spaziani
RE: Leonard Transfer
Thank you so much for the transfer. Your work on Find A Grave is very much appreciated.
Added by Penny Wood Spaziani on Jul 29, 2015 9:10 AM

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