|Robert Viguers (#47145654)|
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I find copying headstones interesting, I like finding interesting people with interesting story's. Most my family buried in the greater Philadelphia area but I live in the Harrisburg area so I'll copy headstones here. Worked inside most my life and wanted to be outside after I retired so copied headstones and published them in the Quarterly once issued by the Capital Area Genealogical Society.|
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I now strictly adhere to the Find A Grave guidelines regarding transfers. No exceptions. Requests made that fall outside of the guidelines, or do not state relationship, are no longer being acknowledged. Virtual cemeteries are the way to "gather" your ancestors together.
Please don't justify an out-of-guideline transfer request for the sake of adding links and/or other information. Am perfectly capable of doing this, especially now with the new EDIT system - much quicker than transferring. If you decide to not forward information or links because a transfer isn't done, then that's your decision.
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got your message. I won't add that he was drunk but will celebrate that he lived. Doing some math, he could have been about the right age to have fought in the civil war. Anyone who worked with horses couldn't be all bad. thanks
Added by Max on Aug 29, 2014 8:42 PM
I just added Paul and Emma from Lawnview Cemetery outside of Philadelphia.
If you're related, I highly recommend you have the cemetery raise the stone. All the stones in that section (including my grandparents') have been ignored. They are really bad. If something isn't done to them soon, they will be lost underground.
This cemetery, as most of them, really should be a shamed of themselves.
|Barry Michie||James Buckaloo Memorial|
Thanks for the edits to the bio section of James Buckaloo's memorial. I couldn't believe I actually found a photo of his Spanish American War company taken in Harrisburg that I added. Then Sec. of State John Hay called it "a splendid little war" and his 4-5 months in service in Puerto Rico was simply an exciting adventure - those who went to the Philippines had a much different experience with the Philippino insurrection.
I found your tombstone for him, does he happen to have a wife named ruth buried by him?
thanks in advance for any help you may give to me
|Deborah Rudy||RE: About Davidson|
Thanks. I'll have to check my family files for anything on the history of the church--the Rudy's certainly had a ling standing presence in Shoops!
|Lynda Wiest Fleming||Franklin Wiest|
Uncle Bob, You have Hunter listed as my grandfathers middle name. And, I saw Leroy's gravestone on here, but my point is he is not listed as one of my grandfather's children on my grandfather's page. He is not listed as one of my father's sibling's either. Since you created the page for them can you not add my Uncle Leroy?
|Lynda Wiest Fleming||Franklin Wiest|
Franklin Wiest had a son Leroy Ronald Lamar Wiest. He was killed in an accident on Milton Hershey's farm on 8/6/1953. He was born on 11/21/1942. He is not listed as Franklin's son, Frank Jr's, Floyd, or any of the other children's pages. Also, I'm pretty sure Franklin Wiest's middle name was not Hunter. I am in the process of finding out for sure what his middle name was. However, I believe it was Harper since I have been finding records with that name, and Frank Jr's middle name was Harper. I will get back to you with as much info as I can obtain. Thanks so very much for keeping up these sites. They have been so much help to me as I research my family tree.
|Barry Michie||Stroh Memorials|
Once again thanks for the quick edits on the Stroh memorials in Paxtang cemetery: John Nelson Stroh and his wife Mary Ellen Miller. I may be getting back to you with further edits to John's if, in fact, I can nail down the name change from Straw to Stroh from his parents' to his generation.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Eliza Smyser|
I have included both maiden names on Findagrave since I was going by what her headstone has listed, thanks, sheila
|Barry Michie||Lewis & Effie Miller Memorials|
Thanks for the quick edits on the Lewis and Effie Miller memorials in Shoops cemetery. I've gone ahead an put in auto edits linking Effie to her parents, Tiras and Isabella Schreffler, whose memorials you also manage.
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