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|Big Ern||RE: Conrad Miller sponsorships|
My direct line is Anna Miller Detweiler. I never knew that Conrad Miller remarried until a few years ago, even though I had family genealogy dating back to possibly the 1940s on this line. I will be glad to share anything that I have discovered. I sent you some corrections for Pierson Miller. The cemetery used to have a caretaker there but they fired him years ago. I did look through the book that they had long ago. I think that you have to write to the cemetery to get plot locations etc.
Added by Big Ern on Oct 18, 2014 4:08 PM
|Big Ern||Conrad Miller sponsorships|
Thank you so much for the sponsorships. He is my great great grandfather.
Added by Big Ern on Oct 17, 2014 9:04 PM
|SallyDeppe||RE: Edited your old pic|
RE: Edited your old pic
Hi! Sorry, we've been away and I just saw this. Thanks vVERY much, I appreciate that- I'm terrible with photos so any help is much appreciated. Now to go look. :)I'm guessing they'd appreciate it as well. :)
You are welcome.
Just thought I'd say hello. Hope this finds you well and happy!
Added by SKP on Apr 02, 2014 5:44 PM
Even if you might not care one way or the other, I will always try to give you credit (and others) credit for your photos and the research you've done. First of all, you deserve it, and second, it really irritates me when people copy photos and information without giving credit. A couple of the reasons for my irritation is that I traveled somewhere around 2400 miles round trip at no small expense to take photos of the Huson and other family (and non-family) graves and have literally spent thousands of dollars over the years doing on-site research in various locations including New York, New Jersey, Texas, Illinois, and Nebraska; paying membership dues; and more. Whew...thanks for letting me get that off my chest!
Again, have a happy Thanksgiving. In case I'm not in touch with you before 2014, here's wishing you a joyous, peacefull Christmas and a prosperous, happy, and healthy New Year!
Added by SKP on Nov 26, 2013 10:50 AM
|SKP||RE: Our Betsey!|
I think she was attractive as an older women as well as when she was younger, but I'll use the younger image to please her. I would LOVE to have the letter she wrote. I'd love anything else you have of interest, of course but I don't want you to spend valuable time digging up things for me. Since I'm an Ancestry member, I'll look for your tree and see what you have online, assuming that's OK with you.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Added by SKP on Nov 26, 2013 10:41 AM
|Roger P. Jones||RE: Mary Polly Wilt|
She is my wife's 4GGM. As far as I know, what I have is on my public Ancestry.com tree. Not as comprehensive handling as you might imagine. Rog
|SKP||Betsy Crego Huson Photo|
Hello again, Pest (kidding again, of course)!use it.
This evening I was browsing through findagrave and was delighted when I came across the photo you added to Betsy (Crego) Huson's memorial. would it be OK with you for me to copy the photo for use on my personal (and non-public) family tree? I would give you credit for the photo, certainly, but won't use it if you have any objection at all.
I have one more question, two actually. Are you the one who asked me to add her obituary? If so, would it be OK for me to add it to my personal tree, giving you credit?
Hope all is well,
Added by SKP on Nov 09, 2013 6:03 PM
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||RE: Knarr|
You are funny Annie
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||Knarr|
I transferred to you. I didn't put these ones up, Tim Gruber did and when I tried to send in a email about a correction for one, it wouldn't let me, so I contact him elsewise and he explained why, and I emailed Find A Grave about it and told them I am willing to take them over as long as he still keeps the credit for them.
Thanks about my note, long story, but I get so mad when a certain person from out of the county scours my local paper and puts the memorials up from it, they don't live near Schuylkill and it burns me up because I am able and willing to put them up.
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