|Mary Jane Evertz (#47235203)|
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|Pam Gleason||RE: Percival Hullings|
|Pam Gleason||RE: Percival Hullings|
I added the information to the caption of the photo.
Enjoy your day,
|Lori Jo ||RE: Sapp|
Nice hearing from you! ;-)
Added by Lori Jo on Mar 18, 2014 6:06 AM
I received an inquiry from you regarding my find a grave memorial for William Sapp. Mr. Sapp was the father of a good friend of mine from high school. I worked on this memorial and the memorial for Laura Sapp (my friend's mother who is buried in a small cemetery in Marmora, NJ) with the help of Laura Sapp's surviving relatives. One of those relatives created the find a grave memorial for Laura. The memorial includes a copy of her 1972 obituary.
Added by Decal on Mar 17, 2014 2:22 PM
|Nathan Haines||RE: Francis Hepworth|
Nope, I am not a descendant.
Yes, I do know Frances. It has been a few years since the last time I saw her. I like Frances, she is a nice person.
She is my cousin through her father's side, the Gelbrich branch.
I have never gone out the Loudfoot branch save only just to know who Frances' mother and grandparent's were. I never did study it out to know when Frances Hepworth was born or died even.
If you had any questions about the Gelbrich branch though, that I could help you with some.
I just stopped typing and did a bit of searching and found the wonderful pages you made on Find A Grave for John Loudfoot and his wife. Nice going on that. I see too that I linked Frances' mother to those pages. Hmmm. I don't remember doing that but there are a lot of things nowadays that I don't remember doing. :-]
I see you did not put a date of birth for John on his page except for the year. I have April 20, 1879 in Philadelphia in my Family Tree Maker program and I put that in there so many years ago I do not know now where I got the date from. Maybe it is in my Gelbrich file somewhere in the file cabinet? I may have Ruth's death certificate if you don't have that and I could check if you like.
|Harry Lummis||RE: Lummis|
I BELIEVE they were descended from William Henry Lummis who was born around 1857 in Upper Penns Neck Township NJ. William was the younger brother of my Great Grand Father Richard W. The family was from the area. I have found them in census' together as children and am pretty sure of this relationship. I do have the family tree for the family traced back to Edward Lummis born in 1564 in Essex England.
|Peggy Fletcher||RE: Gemberling's|
If you like. George B was my 4th great grandfather. Thanks!
Just to give a heads up -
Nancy Anna Ritter Gemberling is buried in Salem Lutheran Church Cemetery and is often mistaken for the first wife of George B. She was actually his daughter in law. Matilda Pontius and family, George and Lydia Aurand are buried at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery in Bristol, IN. Daniel Gemberling is buried at Grace Lawn in Elkhart, IN. Julia Ann Bender is buried at Osolo Cemetery, Elkhart, IN. Their father is also buried at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery. The Gemberling's are a part of my family history and I have extensive research on them and am still searching for more information!
|Laura Phillips||Howard V Young|
No, I am not related to the Young family. As far as the Mt Pleasant burials, they came directly from the Mt. Pleasant cemetery information. The others, I just enter obituaries when I find them.
|Jeffrey Nase||RE: Nace|
Woodside section is in the main cemetery.
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