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|Richard Schultheiss||RE: Lewis Stump in Union Cemetery is incorrect|
I believe Lewis Stump is actually buried at Union Cemetery, and Elizabeth Fitzwater Stump maybe there too. If you look at the marker picture provided on Lewis' profile page at Evergreen Cemetery, you'll see it stated "Interred at Union". There are also other records that suggest this is true, so more than likely, their Evergreen marker is just honorary. I think this applies to Thomas Stump too. There is a burial record for him in Illinois where he died.
|Jo Roth||Lewis Stump|
I am aware that Lewis is on the monument in Evergreen and also has a marker in Union. It appears that he was originally buried in Union, and then was either moved to Evergreen, or he was just included on the marker, which would make that memorial a cenotaph. I have not had luck locating any records that indicate what happened, so have just kept it as an additional memorial. Even if he was moved from Union, that memorial should remain, as well, since the marker still exists.
There are others in Evergreen that also have markers in Union, in case you ever run across anything that could tell us what happened.
Added by Jo Roth on Nov 15, 2015 12:32 PM
|chris clapsadle||RE: thanks|
Thanks, glad to have the outside photo anyway. Love Pendleton Co, have a summer home there. chris
Thank you for the picture of Pine Hill Cemetery in Brandywine, WV for George Wilson Harper. Are you close enough to get a picture of the grave? Thanks..chris
|Michael Stills||Re: Union Chapel|
Thank You Kathy,
The books at the bottom are new resources for me. I have been all over Family Search and you will notice that the Wikitree reference is my work. What we are discovering is the oldest document for Baltzer is the birth of two his son's at Saint Paul's church prior to coming to Ohio. I am scouring the reported locations prior to Ohio for evidence of Baltzer's life. Crabtree is one of those locations. Pennsylvania is another. Thanks for the new references, hopefully a clue will be found there...the hunt continues...
|Michael Stills||Union Chapel Contact|
Thank you for the photo of Union Chapel in Blue Grass, Virginia.
I am trying to track down a Kolb (Culp) ancestor and he apparently came to Crabbottom before the Rev. War. Crabbottom is now known as Blue Grass. Balzer Kolb was a member of the Lutheran Chuch and I understand that Union Chapel, perhaps also known once as Mt. Zion. Was the only church in Crabbottom for the German settlement there.
I am hoping to find and connect with someone who can help me determine if there is any record of Baltzer there or at least learn more about the German settlement at Crabbottom.
Thanks in advance for any info you can share.
Kathy I cannot thank you enough for your recent transfer of my family members. Thank you!!
Added by Marsha on May 18, 2015 12:48 PM
If you would like I would love to have the rest of my family if you would like to transfer them. I can then add information to the memorials. Family id's are 20770843, 20770803, 20770833, 20770874, 20770866, 20770822, 20770880, and 20770852.
Added by Marsha on May 18, 2015 4:32 AM
|Marsha||Ella Bridgette Greear Smith and Martin Bruce Smith|
I will list the Find A Grave numbers for my grandparents
My id is 48374670
Added by Marsha on May 17, 2015 5:19 AM
It occurred to me immediately after I sent that message that we still may be talking about two different Peter Snyders too.
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