|Charles Kemp (#46835599)|
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|CHerr||turnbaughs at st john evanelist|
Hi, I think you have this family at the wrong st. John's. While doing this St. John's cemetery taking photos and adding memorials, I could not locate any of this family there. When I looked at the name for all of Baltimore County, I found I had actually added them at another St. John's where they actually are. Suggest they be deleted for st. john's evangelist in Hydes.
Added by CHerr on Apr 20, 2014 11:23 AM
|Kathy Robinson||Nancy Margaret Vancil Turnbaugh|
Thank you for providing me with the last name of Nancy Margaret....I've added it to Ina Akers memorial.
|Kate Roy||Ruth S. Turnbaugh|
I visited this gravesite this past Sunday and there is no death information for Ruth. I believe she may be alive. Please confirm your information and correct it if appropriate. Have you actually visited these cemeteries or are you just collecting data? I saw that your family tree associates you with an unrelated branch from North Carolina. I am directly related to the Dornbachs/Turnpaughs/ Turnbaughs and would appreciate your transferring management of any associated memorials to me.
Added by Kate Roy on Jul 03, 2012 6:05 PM
Continued: Not too far from Charles M. Kemp is the grave of Oliver Kemp in Section 4, Block 183, and then not too far from Oliver are the side-by-side graves of George W. kemp and his wife, Julia, also in Section 4, Block 198.
Please let me know if you want me to add the headstone photo for Charles M. Kemp.
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Whilst out fulfilling a photo request at Evergreen Memorial for Charles E. Kemp, I took the liberty of checking the database for other Kemps buried here and found your memorials to George W. Kemp, Julia Kemp, and Oliver Kemp. I hope you do not mind, but I took their headstone photos and have uploaded them to their memorial pages here on Find A Grave that you have already created. Also, their is also a headstone bearing the name of Charles M. Kemp, 1922-1924, buried in Section 4, Blcok 146-4 of Evergreen Memorial, but there is no memorial for him here on Find A Grave. So if this is a relative of yours maybe you can make his memorial and I will add the headstone photo if you would like?
Also, this Charles E. Kemp and his wife, Emma Kemp, are all buried in Section 4, Block 122, not too far away is the younger Charles M. Kemp, and then not too far from him is the grave of
|Alice Kraft||Cape Fair, Levi Wooley|
Thanks for cataloging the Cape Fair Cemetery in MO.. My ancestor, Levi Wooley, D. 1850 is buried there but has no gravestone. If It were not for you I would not have known his "whereabouts". I am wondering if you had possession of a church or cemetery list of all the interments there, and if so, where I may obtain one? Thanks for your efforts,
|Beckey Russell & Family||irene turnbaugh|
Irene Husband memorial #30139719
|Kate Roy||Burial of George Turnbaugh/Turnpaugh|
According to the obituary of George Turnbaugh published in "Gleanings from Maryland Newspapers, 1776 - 1785", Barnes, Robert W., 1975, George Turnbaugh/Turnpaugh was buried in St. Paul's Churchyard. You have the wrong cemetery, the wrong church, the wrong town, and the wrong year of birth.
Görg Dornbach (George Turnpaugh/Turnbaugh) was born to Christoffel and Catharine Dornbach in 1756 and baptized in the Reformed Church of Jacob Lischy on 19 Dec 1756 according to the private pastoral record of Jacob Lischy.
Personal conversations with the staff of St. Paul's Church and cemetery in Upperco, MD have confirmed that they do not have a George Turnbaugh/Turnpaugh/Dornbach interred in their cemetery.
Although our Turnpaugh/Turnbaugh/Dornbach cousins are interred in many Maryland (and particularly, Baltimore County) cemeteries and churchyards, George (1756-1785) was buried in St. Paul's Churchyard which refers to the original St. Paul's Church located at the corner of Charles Street and Saratoga Street in Baltimore Town, present day, Baltimore City. The original German Reformed Church of which the Dornbach family were members was located across the street. This cemetery no longer exists and is the present day location of high rise office buildings. The bodies, when possible, due to conditions, were relocated to the Old St. Paul's Cemetery located in downtown Baltimore, behind the University of Maryland Hospital.
Mr. Kemp, I have tried on several occasions to email you to discuss the information you are posting online and you have not responded. Although a good amount of your information is helpful, a substantial amount is wrong which sheds doubt on what you have posted. Feel free to continue ignoring my emails and requests for your sources but at least get your facts straight.
4xgreat granddaughter of Christopher Turnpaugh
Added by Kate Roy on Aug 21, 2011 10:02 AM
|steve nelson||meathalem nelson|
I was wondering where you got your info about meathalem, she was my ggg grandmother. I have been unable to find any info beyond her and David. if anyone has information I would appreciate the help. Thank-you
|Brigitte Tucker-Ford||Emma Kemp|
I hope you do not mind, but while out fulfilling a photo request at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, I took the headstone photo for Emma I. Kemp, and have added it to her memorial that you have created for her. If you want me to delete it, please let me know, and I will do it immediatly. Also, there is another memorial for her as well, but yours is a few months older, so you might want to contact the other creator of the second memorial for her and let them know so that it can be deleted.
Interesting story on her bio, how very sad also.
Take care and good luck in your research.
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