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Lucy Cronin (#46873134)
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Daniel Cronin
Lucy, I live in Massachusetts, but I am about an hour away from Cambridge. I don't get there much, but if I happen to be in the area, I will try to get a photo for you.
Added by JC on Oct 07, 2014 3:03 PM
Leo Morland
Kerr-Carr Cemetery,Manns Choice, PA
I noticed that you have added memorials in Manns Choice and thought you might know the location of the Kerr-Carr cemetery. Although there is a lot of info on the cemetery page, the location is not stated. I've tried emailing others, but have gotten no response. I'm planning a trip to the area in about three weeks and sure would like to see my ancestors' headstones. My 4th great grand parents and one of their daughters are there. Thanks for any help you can give me. Leo Morland
Added by Leo Morland on Sep 13, 2014 8:02 PM
Added by Travelingal on Sep 02, 2014 3:03 PM
susan bergey
RE: Hillegass or Hillegass

Hi Lucy! Somehow the info you sent-many pages-got deleted. Could you please send again. Thanks. Sue
Added by susan bergey on Jul 10, 2014 3:04 PM
susan bergey
RE: Hillegass or Hillegass

Thank you so much,
My grandmother was Eva(Hillegas) Stull. They, plus great grandparents and great great granparents are buried in Spinnerstown-U.C.C church. I am friends with the member there who is in charge of the cemetery there so he gave me a tour.

This is very exciting to me. My e-mail is Thanks for the information.
Added by susan bergey on Jul 06, 2014 3:46 PM
susan bergey
RE: Hillegass or Hillegass

According to my mom's research, it was John Adam(1717-1779_. Not sure of wife-have Anna Catharine______. He is also buried at NewGoshenhoppen.
Added by susan bergey on Jul 06, 2014 11:55 AM
susan bergey
RE: Hillegass or Hillegass
I spent time at New Goshenhoppen cemetery this year. One of the sites was George Hillegass which would have been on my maternal grandmother's side.

She was Eva Hillegas(Stull). To my mother's research, John Frederick Hillegass was her 7th generation grandfather. He was the brother of Michael Hillegass ,Sr. Michael,Jr.(1st Treasurer) was his son so he was a nephew to John.

I guess this makes me a (?) cousin to Michael.

John Frederick and wife were founders of the New Goshenhoppen church. Their sites are clearly marked across from the original building.
Added by susan bergey on Jul 06, 2014 9:06 AM
susan bergey
RE: Hillegass or Hillegass
Yes, this is correct. But according to your first message where you stated he was a cousin ,etc. and served in the Civil War. This was probably a mistake -since you do have Revolutionary War as a reply to my message.

Michael Hillegas is also a direct descendent of mine. My mother did extensive research . She also was a member of the D.A.R. in Pa, Many of Michael's relatives are buried at New Goshenhoppen church in East Greenville Pa. I have visited them but never got to Christ Church where Michael is

Added by susan bergey on Jul 04, 2014 1:55 PM
susan bergey
Michael Hillegas

I think your knowledge of history is a little off!

Michael Hillegas ,if he fought in a war, was in the Revolutionary War. Are you sure you are related to the M.H., first treasurer of the U.S. ?
Added by susan bergey on Jul 04, 2014 9:40 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Hrshberger
I don't know how I managed to do that, but thanks for the heads-up. I removed it.

Added by Brian J. Ensley on Apr 20, 2014 5:57 PM
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