|Todd Walker (#46600954)|
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Glad to be of help by contributing to this site, both with my own relations and others in cemeteries that I visit.|
If you see any of my submissions that are in need of correction or could use additional info, please let me know.
ps. Click on my profile photo for more information on this 'missing' ancestor of mine, and possibly help to locate him.
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|Stardust||Walter & Rosemarie Gugala|
THANK YOU so very much for your kind transfer of their memorials to my care.
With my sincere appreciation,
Added by Stardust on Jun 24, 2016 12:39 PM
|David Gay||Thank you!|
Thank you for the photo for Tozia West! Much appreciated!
|Tom Griffith||Henry Shoemaker|
Thank you for contributing the excellent photo of Henry Shoemaker's stone. Henry was a brother of my great great grandfather, James Shoemaker, who is buried in St. Louis. Henry's parents were David Shoemaker, born around 1797 in Lycoming County and Margaret (McAfee) Shoemaker.
I took a photo of Henry's gravestone when I visited the Brick Church Cemetery (Richland Presbyterian Cemetery) in 2012. However, at that time, the grave stone was lying on its back and my photo was not as clear.
I have not been able to find the graves for Henry's parents, but I suspect that they are also buried in that cemetery and that their graves may be near that of Henrys, but the stones may have fallen and been covered with leaves and dirt. Since I live in Oregon, it is not convenient for me to poke around to look for those graves. Is it possible that you might be able to help? tom griffith
|YEP||RE: Susanna Budd or Paschall?|
I don't have any problem with your public message. I have found several members of Ancestry.com had linked this memorial to Susanna Budd Paschall. It's unfortunate that mistakes like that can multiply. Thanks for your help.
Added by YEP on May 29, 2016 6:01 PM
|Curtis Burns||Martin Drischler location|
Thanks Todd for that extra step to help with the correct cemetery. This side of the family has really been hard to track down any good info
|mellis||RE: Harry Felgar|
This is one of my relatives. His Mom was my Great Grandmother. Would you transfer his page to me please. Thanks for creating the memorial page.
Added by mellis on Feb 20, 2016 12:58 PM
|Susan Wood||# 28786480|
I would like to add some info about Raymond & Leora Welsh' children. They had 3 children actually. Samuel, and I have the death certificates for 2 more, Raymond Edward Backes, birth and death correct on your memorial, but the death certificate says he was buried at "Old Brick". Died from Hypertrophic Pyloric Sterosis. Also, they had another child, John Arthur Backus, born October 23, 1939, died October 23, 1939, he was born 3 months too early. It says he was buried in Smithton, no cemetery given, but I imagine it's "Old Brick" as well.
|jackie lowrie||eliza lowrie ritchey|
I saw your findagrave page for Eliza Lowrie Ritchey and thought you might know about her brother. I think his name was either robert or john.
Also, have you ever seen her mother's last name ?
It looks like her father, john lowrie, died in Mobile, AL but I have no idea why he would have been down there.
Do you know anything about their deaths ?
Thank you for whatever thoughts or information you may be able to share.
Sincerely, Jackie Lowrie
|Arthur Hepler||Hoffman Cem, Smithton|
I noticed that many of the photos at this cemetery were yours, that is why you are receiving this message. Please let me know it you are interested.
I have identified and recorded approximate locations of about 250 memorials that could be photographed at the Hoffman Cemetery, Smithton, PA.
I would be glad to meet some one there to give them the records that I have. This was done using about a 1970's reading of the cemetery by row and highlighting the readings lacking a photo.
|Historic Undertaking||RE: Anna & Elizabeth Perrigo|
You're very welcome, Todd. As you might be able to tell from the photos, we were caught up in a bit of rain. The monument is seriously covered in lichen and it is possible, in our haste, that we missed an inscription for their husband, William. We plan to return to Beaver Dams soon and finish the work we started. ~Cheers
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