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Heather Truckenmiller (#47260914)
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Bio Photo A farm wife in central PA, our family loves geocaching, which also take us to a variety of cemeteries.

I'm researching the lines of Aikey, Brown, Confer, Oberdorf, Lumbard, Sulouff, Truckenmiller, and two Smith lines. Most of our families are from Anthony Twp, and the Forrest Hill area of Union Co, all in Pennsylvania.

A facebook page for my genealogy research is here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heathers-Genealogy/550408418304625

My genealogy Blog is here: http://heathersgen.blogspot.com/
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Dennis Healy
Western-Simms
Weastern section O grave 278 no stones
Added by Dennis Healy on Apr 03, 2014 10:39 AM
Jim Adcox
RE: Thank you!
Thanks for the response....An Air Force job is a great experience. I know your son will enjoy his time there.

Jim
Added by Jim Adcox on Feb 03, 2014 5:33 PM
Michelle Kratts
Carrie Kerr Rank
Hi Heather, I am Michelle Kratts from Niagara Falls, New York, and I am researching the story of Caroline Rank (a woman who had come to Niagara in 1912 from Watsontown) and suicided in our local library. Her suicide note asked that she be buried in Niagara. We have no record of this having taken place. However, it was said that this grave that you photographed is possibly hers. I have an old news article from 1982 that states that sexton Richard Cotner of Watsontown Cemetery noticed that although there is a stone for Mrs. Rank the records do not mention her actual burial. Do you know anything more about this? I would really appreciate any input. Thanks so much! We would love to "find" her :)

Michelle
mkratts@gmail.com
Added by Michelle Kratts on Sep 23, 2013 8:25 AM
Brad Hunt
Thank You
Heather, thank you for photographing the graves of John and Hannah Ditzler! They are my 4th grt grandparents. I was surprised to get the notice as I received a notice yesterday that there was a problem reported. The volunteer said that the graves faced east and unless you took the picture in the morning you wouldn't be able to read them because they were so worn AND in German. Were these photos taken in the A.M.?
Is there more writing on the backs of these stones?
Anyway...thanks again! It is VERY much appreciated,

Brad Hunt
Added by Brad Hunt on Sep 06, 2013 9:09 PM
Mary Jane Evertz
RE: Josiah Lumbard
I had a list of burials from rootsweb. After looking at it I see that it says Josiah was buried at Baker's Cemetery known as First Lutheran of Selinsgrove. Do you want me to transfer this and Mary Stoner Duck to you. You seem to have a lot of info that someone would be interested in. Thanks and sorry for the mistake.
Added by Mary Jane Evertz on Aug 04, 2013 3:56 PM
Beth Heiney
Simon Kline
Heather, not sure if I thanked you for this photo, but would rather thank twice than not at all!! Sure appreciate all you photographers out there!! Thanks again, beth ><>
Added by Beth Heiney on May 29, 2013 4:45 AM
J.L.
Scharf
Thanks for the note Heather. I don't have much info on the Scharfs, but am looking for Harriet Black Scharf. I noticed you have a photo of her on your page!
Added by J.L. on May 15, 2013 3:39 AM
Miranda
RE: additional info
Your welcome
Added by Miranda on May 14, 2013 10:08 AM
Merry Ann
RE: Confer tombstones At Watsontown
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post the Confer headstones I requested. Very much appreciated...
Added by Merry Ann on Apr 20, 2013 9:13 AM
Andrew Bristol
Troxell and Aurand
Thanks for getting the four markers that you could find.
Added by Andrew Bristol on Mar 29, 2013 8:43 PM
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