|Lynn Erb (#46522255)|
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I enjoy doing Family History and helping and sharing with others. Please let me know if corrections,etc are needed. |
Searching the following Surnames:Beus,Densley,Bollinger,Erb,Evans,Fitz,Foutz,Haldiman,Hahn or Hawn,Hayes,Hess,Lewis,Moser and Stambaugh.
I do appreciate Photos & information given.
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|Crystal||Nova A. Erb|
Sorry Lynn, didn't mean to write Linda
Added by Crystal on Jul 21, 2016 11:45 PM
|Crystal||Nova Alice Erb|
Hi Linda, I was hoping you might have some info on Nova's so Albert ? Thank you.
Crystal Pepperling Burton
Added by Crystal on Jul 21, 2016 11:43 PM
|Kerry||M. Strine # 131842354|
Hey Lynn.. would you do the edits I sent in for her? Thanks.. I don't wanna wait 21 days.. LOL..
Added by Kerry on Jul 19, 2016 10:27 AM
|SueB||Hess Graves not in Derry Presbyterian Cemetery|
I have looked through the full list of burials for this cemetery at the Twp Historical Society. I have also been to the cemetery several times to photograph graves. The Hesses are not listed in the historical society records as buried there. I have not found stones in the cemetery for any Hess burials. What is your basis for placing their burials in this location? I suggest you remove your 2 photo requests. You can do further research re where they are buried and place them in another cemetery.
Added by SueB on Jul 15, 2016 3:40 PM
|Carla Wilkins||Alvira Fowler -- Greencreek cemetery|
Vera was my dad's youngest sister and I sent a request several weeks ago to try to get her linked to her parents and siblings graves as well as update her birth and death information. Nothing has changed so I wondered if you were still the caretaker of her grave.
|Marie Cochran-Young||C Ruth Gill 109803684|
There are two memorials for this person. The other one, 109803686, has a tombstone photo. Would you consider deleting this one?
|Gail Hooper||RE: Abraham E. Hahn|
Hi Lynn, I think this will help you.
The Tyrone Herald, February 19, 1915: ABRAM E. HAHN - Died in Altoona on Thursday Morning
Of a complication of diseases at the advanced age of 87 years, 4 months and 15 days, Abram E. Hahn entered into the sleep that knows no earthly waking at his home, 2605 Union avenue, Altoona, Thursday morning at 7:00 o’clock. Of the twenty-eight presidents of the United States, Mr. Hahn lived during the several administrations from John Quincy Adams to Woodrow Wilson included or during the administration of the entire number of presidents excepting five.
Abram E. Hahn was born in Carroll county, Maryland, on October 3, 1827, and during half of his long life, he made his home in the vicinity of his birth. He lived not far from Gettysburg where southern chivalry locked arms with northern bravery in a three days struggle in the darkest period of the Civil war. With his son, A. J. Hahn, he visited the field of carnage on the Sunday following the eventful battle, and that son has all the vivid recollections that a boy in his teens could have concerning ghastly scenes on the near Round Top and Devil’s Den.
On October 3, 1846, Mr. Hahn was joined in holy wedlock to Miss Mary Jane Myerly, in Carroll county, Maryland. To this union were born four children; three of whom survive. The mother of this family died in December of 1874, and Mr. Hahn married two years later to Mrs. Annie McFarland.
During the sixties Mr. Hahn moved his family to Philipsburg where he followed carpentering and painting until in recent years he made his home on Union avenue in Altoona. When in Maryland he was a member of the Lutheran church, and on moving to Phillipsburg, where at that time there was no church of his chosen denomination, he joined the Methodist Episcopal church. In this faith he died; he was the last survivor of his family.
Surviving his death are his wife and the following children: A. J. Hahn and C. C. Hahn, of Tyrone; Mrs. C. L. Dennis, of Williamsport; also one step-son, William McFarland. Surviving also are five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The body was brought to Tyrone Friday evening to the home of A. J. Hahn, 1313 Pennsylvania avenue. Funeral services were conducted at this home on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. W. W. Hartman, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church officiating. Interment in Grand View Cemetery.
Pennsylvania Death Certificate, Altoona, Blair County, PA, Abraham E. Hahn, Male, White, Married, DOB: Oct 3, 1827, 87 years, 4 months, 15 days, Carpenter, Birthplace: MD, Father: Jacob Hahn, Maryland, Mother: Catherine Erb, MD; Informant: H. A. Hahn, Tyrone, Pa.., DOD: Feb 18, 1915, Arterio Sclerosis, Burial: Tyrone, Pa., Feb. 20, 1915
|Gail Hooper||Abraham E. Hahn|
Hello Lynn, according to his obituary, Abraham was buried in Grandview Cemetery, Tyrone, Blair County, Pennsylvania. Do you have documentation that he was buried in Silver Run? Thanks, Gail Hooper
|Steve Forrest Russell||Transfer|
Thank you for creating a memorial for my uncle Wayne Perkins. #108475567
I am writing to ask if you would transfer management to me. Thanks for considering.
|Clarence J. DILLION||WEBB IN IDAHO|
It is very kind of you to transfer the three WEBB brothers to me. It will help in my research.
Joe Maryville, TN
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