|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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|Steve Carlson||Kathryn Ladd|
Thank you for the links.
|Donna Thomas||Victor EugeneTroutman|
Thank you for pointing out my duplicate. I have deleted my memorial and posted the photograph on the earlier one.
|lesnyder1||Minnie (Strohecker) Snyder|
Thanks so much for suggesting the addition of parents' names to the memorial that is under development for Minnie (Strohecker) Snyder. Minnie was my grandmother, and I knew all but one of her children well. (Her first born died well before I was born, but I did hear stories about Tim from my Dad and his siblings.)
My siblings and I (and cousins with whom I'm in regular contact) spent a great deal of time with my Dad's brothers and sisters while growing up, and learned quite a bit about Minnie. Sadly, as we've been working on our family tree, we've come across a fair amount of incorrect information that has been posted in newspapers and online about the Snyders, Stroheckers, and other related family lines. (In Minnie's case, for example, two separate obituaries listed two different dates of death; other items have spelled her name incorrectly and gotten the names of her parents or siblings wrong.)
As a result, we've spent well over a decade re-researching trees and developing supporting documentation about key portions of the lives of Minnie and her many relatives in order to help clear up the record for future generations. It's for this reason that readers may not see certain items on the memorials for Minnie and her family at this juncture. We're simply taking our time to research and verify various facts with appropriate supporting documentation.
My apologies for the lengthy public message, but your email to me did not allow me to reply in a more private format. With thanks for all you've been doing for those who have passed on and best wishes for continued success.
|Lynda M||RE: Wiest/Lanxner|
Familly connections made. Thanks much!
Added by Lynda M on Mar 06, 2014 3:06 PM
|Cantonator||Germers in Harrisburg|
Thank you for all your hard work. Annie and John A C Germer you have added to the East Harrisburg Cemetery are relatives I have been looking for over the last ten years. John AC Germer is my three great grandfather's nephew. John AC Germer had a brother in Harrisburg as well. His name is Georg Germer. Have you come across a George in your travels? If so I would love to know where. Or any other Germers born in the early to mid1800s? I am still looking for John AC Germer's parents, Johann Andreas Christoph Germer Sr and Caroline Henrietta Germer.
Thank you again for your efforts. I have posted 250 graves and thought that was alot.
Didn't we meet each other at the Historical Society in Harrisburg? I kind of remember that. My ancester Jacob Jontz is buried in that church cemetery with the gate around it. Regards Eleanor
|Eleanor Gibson||Catherine Arnold|
Hi unfortunately I took this listing from the historical society's records. So I may not be able to unravel this one right now. Thanks Eleanor
|Rosemary Smith||Henry Steimling|
Thank you so much for your contributions to Find a Grave. I was working on our family genealogy this morning and noticed that my Grandfather Henry Steimling, husband to Margaret, has an incorrect death date. He died in 1964.
|Debbie Blanton||j franklin koppenhaver|
You have the birth year as 1858 and the death year as 1977. That would have made him 121 years old when he died. Is there any way of checking the actual year that he died. If you know of any way, Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org thanks.
|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Winfield Immell|
I received your request to link Winfield to Jacob Immell. Jacob is actually his grandfather.
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