|Lee Winters III (#48049412)|
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Got back into my Winters family history after letting it sit for about 15 years. Findagrave.com has been a big help so far. So I thought I'd do a little photographic "bounty hunting" as thanks. I seem to like the tough ones. What the heck, I need to get out of the house anyway.....|
Currently, I'm looking to complete the St Peter's Catholic cemetery listing in Elizabethtown, PA, and also plugging away at Mt. Tunnel, so that's where most of my activity is.
If you would like to use the photos I've taken elsewhere, you have my permission.
I am not looking to hoard these memorials I've created, I would be delighted to release them to relatives or descendants, assuming I myself don't happen to be related.
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Thank you for posting the Arthur and Evelyn Johns memorials. Paul Everett, cousin
|William Ensminger||Aaron & Annie Good|
Thank you so very much for taking pictures of these graves for me. I am very excited! I can't thank you enough!
|E Malcolm||Re: Transfers|
Hi Lee, thanks so much for transferring the 2 Kuhn memorial pages to my care. Arline was one child of a family of 14. I was so thrilled to see that you'd photographed and set up a page for her. I've made the connection to her parents and will add a Bio for both she and Frank. I grew up in E-town, was married to a Goodling and am so pleased to see a Find A Grave-er doing the satisfying but difficult task of making a record for History. Your endeavors are greatly appreciated and thanks again, Esther
|Lynn S. Grubb||RE: Grubb family|
Thanks for your note about Mt. Vernon furnace. I pretty much wrapped up my research writing the Wikipedia article "Grubb Family Iron Dynasty". You can find everything there that I know about Mt. Vernon. If you have more information you can add it, just become a Wikipedia member.
I just saw your public mails to Allison about her photo request. Eight years ago a cousin of mine did research and found that both Christopher and wife Catharine were originally buried behind the church in Elizabethtown. However, about 1913 the church cemetery closed and the gravestones, but not the remains, were taken to Mount Tunnel Cemetery. I am not surprised that only Catharine's 1871 stone still stands. Thanks again for photographing and posting it.
Added by GWC on Jun 19, 2014 2:28 PM
|GWC||Catharine Poorman Shanck Photo - Mount Tunnel|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the grave photo of my ancestor Catharine Poorman Shanck. I very much appreciate it. It is an excellent photo!
Added by GWC on Jun 15, 2014 7:35 PM
|Bill Daugherty||Margaret Updegraff Photo|
Thanks for the Margaret Updegraff photo.
|edward smith||RE: Daniel Enterline|
I would greatly appreciate that. His wife was Catherine(sp?) possibly Katie.
|edward smith||Daniel Enterline|
thank you for the photo Lee, I appreciate it very much. Did you happen to notice whose stone it was next to Daniels' in the photo?
|Dennis Brandt||Emanuel Demmy photo|
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