|Merry Ann (#46928746)|
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Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glint on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you wake in the morning hush, I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet birds in circling flight. I am the soft starlight at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there, I am everywhere you are.... author unknown|
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Any additional information or changes from 'my virtual cemeteries' would be very much appreciated.
If anyone wants a photo that I've taken before it's been reduced I may have a copy - please feel free to ask.
Also, any other information that I may have added that is incorrect, please let me know. Errors happen. Hey, they crucified the only one that was perfect!
Good luck and God bless....
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|Marie and Bruce Newell||Burton Groats #43533695|
Hi Merry Ann,
We respectfully request permission to use the cemetery marker photo in our online tree with credit. Burton is Marie's distant cousin and the photo will make a great addition.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|kathy ||Hannah Englert, Wayne co. Penns.|
I can't claim Hannah but I can say that my ancestor Adam Englert's family was in Wayne county between 1840 and 1847/48. The family moved on to Broome County NY and then to Iowa and my ancestors continued on to Montana.
My information is that Adam was the son of Simon and May (early) Englert that your previous email was talking about.
My information is that Adam and wife Julia Ann (Smith) had and lost 2 children while living in Wayne county.
Hariet K born 8 Jul 1841 died 4 nov 1841
AND Hariet EC born sep 1844 and died 17 mar 1846 I have no idea where they are buried.
If you run across their graves or any more information on the Englert family I'd love if you would be willing to share it with me
Added by kathy on Jun 26, 2015 9:45 PM
|Maurice Hitt||Hannah Englert Memorial# 43045156|
I just started researching this family. I believe Hannah is the daughter of Simon Englert. In 1840, he was living next to Robert & Elijah Early at Scott, PA (both from Delaware Co., NY). I think Simon's first wife was a daughter of Gilbert Early of Hancock, Del., Co., NY, but I haven't found proof. Simon probably married twice as there is no wife living with him in 1840. Simon is buried in Hale Eddy Cemetery, Deposit, NY (Broome County). It is the Early family that I'm working on, as well as the Roff family (also from Hancock) who lived in Tioga Co., PA.
I hope this sheds some light for you.
From another volunteer,
Hi Merry Ann,
If you'd be so kind to look at the edits I have sent. If you need any information to confirm these requests, please let me know!
|Peggy Maynard||RE: Worth - Forest Hill|
You're welcome :)
|Pat and Billy||Helen Heath Spencer|
Hi Merry Ann,
just wanted you to know I have placed the links to Helen's parents as you requested.
Take care, Pat
|Ruth Van Alstine||merritt hine's children|
I got the name of Elena E Hine, 1824-1827 from ancestry.com. I see no Find A Grave memorial for her - since you are part of the family can you verify this relationship for me? thanks so much!
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Merry Ann,|
I have made the connection links for the Young family in Maple Lawn Cemetery. Thanks for sending the information.
May you and yours have a very Merry and blessed Christmas. Good talking to you. Take care.
|Ruth Van Alstine||Jay and Sarah Walling|
I am trying to sort out the Malvina-Jay Walling saga. What kind of genealogy information do you have on these 2? I am really in a puzzle about them now that I am investigating and would appreciate your information if you would care to share. thanks! firstname.lastname@example.org ruth
|Kat||beaverdale Ruth Moon|
this is a memorial park, with over 50,000 burials, mausoleum, etc, and only a few thousand tombstones. Impossible to find anyone without an "address". Also many are totally overgrown or buried in the soil. So I just don't want you to get your hopes up. The office is nice but you need to call them to get the section , Plot and grave number so a volunteer can find your request.
Added by Kat on Nov 28, 2013 2:43 PM
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