|Kyle Miller (#46860309)|
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Research concentrates on Pennsylvania German and German family histories in Montgomery, Chester, Berks, Bucks, Northampton, Philadelphia, Lehigh, Schuylkill, Luzerne, and Carbon Counties.|
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|Geniereese||Gravestone photos - Adam Saylor, Jr.|
Hello, I am working on adding my son-in-law and his family to my family tree files. I see you have a memorial and photos for Adam Frederick Saylor, Jr. He is my s-i-l's 2xgr-grandfather. I would like permission to use photos in my files. I will cite you as the source of the photos. Thanks for your consideration.
|Robin Arvickson||Aaron & Catharine Linderman|
I live in Erie and am working on a third volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I would like your permission to use the pictures you posted of Aaron and Catharine Linderman, and their graves, in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.
|Joseph L Linderman||Sheriff John Linderman|
Its been several years since we communicated. I have a leed on Sheriff John Linderman. Wanted to compare info on the Linderman Family. You can reach me at Lindermanjoseph@yahoo.com
|Judi Pantano||RE: Geiger Graves|
You are very welcome Kyle. I did look nearby for someone named Zoe Belle, but didn't see anyone by that name.
Have a good one!
|Carrie and Allen||Georg Friedrich Unangst|
Thanks so much for fulfilling this photo request! I have SO much family back in Northampton & Bucks counties and don't think I'll ever make it back there in this lifetime. You're awesome!
Hi I hae more info on this family if you would like it. I am doing research on the Wildonger family my grandfather was a wildonger our Wildonger line was from Somerton then they moved to warrington area of PA. I know there is also a relation to the cottman family in this family line.
|Carrie and Allen||George Kleinhans|
Thank you SO much for the lovely high-contrast photo of this headstone. He and his wife are my ancestors and I really wanted to be able to read his stone.
|Nan||Your Photo Request|
Went to St. John's Cemetery today looking for Harry F. Kleinert. I honestly don't think he is buried there. Could he be in another St John's Cemetery elsewhere? Here's why I ask...
St. John's is located on Belleville Diocese property and it is a rather small cemetery. It use to be the location of a Catholic orphanage and the only burials there are priests, nuns, and some of the orphans.
The Sister who is the archivists is going to look for any listing of who else might be there, but it looks rather doubtful that your Mr. Kleinert is there.
If she finds anything out for me I'll let you know.
Now there is the Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery down the road. If he was a Catholic living and farming in that particular area, maybe he is buried there. But it also seems strange that he isn't with the other Kleinerts you have listed.
Nan in St Clair County
Added by Nan on Mar 13, 2008 9:35 PM
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