|Carolyn Wagner (#47261444)|
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My husband I are both Colorado natives growing up in Northeastern Colorado and now living in the Denver Metropolitan area. |
I became interested in genealogy and my heritage from an aunt who gave me a starting point for my research.
My husband also shares my interest in genealogy and photographing gravestones.
My husband and I have a RV and we have toured over 36 states taking photos of relatives graves and also presidential burial sites.
A couple of years ago a client introduced me to Find A Grave. I love this site and have been able to find the graves of relatives all over the USA.
We are retired and enjoy photographing gravestones for any one requesting them.
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|RICK NELSON||RE: Royce and Dorothy Hill|
Thank You!! Yes, Dorothy was my Aunt...one of my very favorite Aunt's...and Royce was one of my closest Uncle's. No one in the family hardly ever called Royce by his name...everyone called him "Ike"...have your heard that or the story why?
|RICK NELSON||Royce and Dorothy Hill|
Hi! Could you please transfer 108671179 and 108671265 to me? They are my Aunt and Uncle and I am trying to get them together with all the rest of the family. Thank you!
|mattbly01||RE: Thomas Lingle|
I had noticed that!
It seems like in Berks Co PA you can find Lingel, Lingle, Lengel, etc. -- on documents you can never know what to expect. I have seen SR and JR added when father and son have same name as well. But I don't know if they really were named SR and JR.
I have tried several times to tell my mother that you will find it spelled several ways. But to her there is only one way of course.
In all the records that I have seen once Edward and his family moved from Butler Co to Henry county OH on May 1, 1850 - It is spelled Lingel from that point on for his descendants.
I find the same thing in part of my father's family with Amidon, Amidown, Amidownne, Ammidown, and so on!
|mattbly01||RE: Thomas Lingle|
Thanks for your prompt reply! That is very exciting that you have that Lingel bible!
Just to let you know how I am connected. From Thomas Lingel (b 1777) to Edward Lingel (moved to Henry County OH May, 1850) to Thomas S Lingel to Thomas Wharton Lingel to Donald August Lingel to Helene Louise Lingel Bly to me. Many Germans in both Butler County and Henry County Ohio!
The very specific reason I contacted you is that I had asked the Historical Society of Berks County (PA) to do some research on Thomas Lingel b 1777. And they said that they couldn’t find a record of him or a spouse or parents or siblings. That they couldn’t find a Thomas Lingel born in 1777 in Berks County. I found that disappointing to say the least. So…I emailed you to find out where you got that 1777 date and location.
If you are on ancestry.com my tree is matthew bly family tree.
Please - Let me know what your daughter finds or doesn’t find. I wonder if it might be possible to have those sections scanned so an electronic copy can be shared?
|mattbly01||Thomas LIngel 52418998|
Carolyn Wagner –
Thank you for your efforts on Lingels and related family!
I have a question specifically about Thomas Lingel. He is a 4th great grandfather.
The note states he was born in 1777 in Berks County, PA. What is the source of that? Where did you find that information?
Thanks in advance – Matt Bly
|Joneta Burke||RE: Marilyn Westenberg|
You are welcome, glad I could help you.
|Becky Jacobs||RE: Hollenbach photos|
Charley was a cousin of mine. We spend many hours with he and Jenny. A precious couple. How are you related ?
|svandee||RE: Catherine Eddy|
No trouble at all . :) The only standing cemetery directly west is the community cemetery and i have photographed all of that one as well so if they are there and have a stone it should be posted :) good luck
Added by svandee on Jun 09, 2014 7:39 PM
|Valerie Fouladian||RE: Valerie Fouladian|
Thank you, I have never been able to visit.
|Valerie Fouladian||my Grandpa|
Thank you Carolyn for the picture of my Grandpa's gravestone Walter King Arnold. I'm not sure if you knew him or if you volunteered.
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