|Robyn Choate-Shegda||RE: Christian Oberholtzer|
I go to the Spruance Library in Doylestown occasionally. I'll check resources there. For the other name you gave Krey. The article below gives some background to smaller cemeteries here in Bucks County, that you might find useful if you don't find your ancestors. I have a number of 1700's ancestors that have no burial. Some were paupers but most were not marked because there was a fear that native people would desecrate the burial, thus no marker. Particularly if they were on the frontier, like so many of my ancestors during that time.
I'll let you know what I find.
|Dana Fox Mariner||Kern Transfers|
Thank you so much! Dana
|Jo Ward||RE: Rose Hepler|
Thank you I will contact her! I am learning so much on this site it is awesome! Thanks for all your help.
Added by Jo Ward on Mar 20, 2015 4:40 PM
|Jo Ward||RE: Rose Hepler|
Thank you Karen,
I would like to transfer that grave. Rose is my Great Grandmother (Maternal). I actually clicked the picture request by mistake while learning the app on my phone. It was an accident. Thank you for responding. I am new to this site, it is terrific! thank you for your help!
Added by Jo Ward on Mar 19, 2015 6:54 PM
|Aaron John Turner||RE: Turner|
Not mine either so you can keep them. :)
|Natalie Herdman||Carl Raymond Corn|
Photo is accidentally posted twice on this memorial:
|Natalie Herdman||Charles McKenzie|
Your photo accidentally posted twice to this memorial:
You have accidentally placed the wrong photo on this memorial:
I posted the correct one today.
|lisa butler||Sue A West|
I would like to use a picture of her stone for myself to put in my yearbook. She was my best friend at school and I know her family. I will give you the credit for the picture.
|Joan Tesche||Location of Hans J. Bechtel's Cemetery|
The Sprogel Burial Grounds/cemetery that Hans Jacob Bechtel (1680-1739) was buried in is...well was located in Pottstown, Pa. I think what is confusing may be that parts of Montgomery Co. use to be considered in Philadelphia Co. and Han's church is in Berks Co. Several of documentation for Hans lists him living in Pottstown, New Hanover (Township)and Ringing Rocks as well as him being the minister at the Schuylkill Mennonite Meeting House which is now called the Bally Mennonite Church. And just to add more confusion, some of Berks Co. use to be Schuylkill Co. Also, the Manatawny Creek runs thru Pottstown but I believe it goes down thru Philly. I lived in the area and all of these places are about 45+ miles west of Philadelphia. I hope this helps you and doesn't offend you, just wanted to make sure we know what relative goes where.:) Thanks for posting Hans! Joan T.
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