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|I have been working on family history for 20 years and have enjoyed learning more about my ancestors. |
I find FAG very helpful, and have been happy to contribute what I know about individuals, most of which are family members. If you find a memorial that needs updates, corrections, etc., please contact me through the "EDIT" function on the individual memorial.
Please don't ask for a transfer of a memorial unless you're following FAG guidelines. Their guidelines are as follows:
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Also - if the memorial is a family member, I probably will not transfer it. Just because you're a friend doesn't qualify for a transfer - this according to FAG!
I also follow FAG guidelines regarding posting obituaries. I omit the names of the living as to protect their privacy.
Also, as issues arise about memorial corrections, please note that FAG guidelines suggest that the earliest placed memorial should remain and those placed after, should be deleted.
Finally, please be nice with your requests! We're all busy and have other lives and most of us will get to FAG requests, etc. when we have time.
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|Grim Reaper||Barbara Mauntz Batteicher|
Thank you, i took mine down, if you find any more there is alot of them that i put in that cemetery, until i found the right cemetery. The research book that i was using was written in 1919 so at that it was called that name until they changed the name many years later.
That' s fine. I like to send them in case the family needs them. I know I don't have my dad's.
Added by af on Mar 03, 2014 7:10 PM
|Dave||George P. "Doc" Achenbach|
This George is the son of Helen Ritter Pottieger Achenbach (1904-2001).
Helen Potteiger's father was named George F. (1867-1963), a brother George M. (1905-1923) and a son George P. (1929-2000).
In 1920, George and Florence Potteiger were living at 308 North Fourth Street in Hamburg, PA. Living with them were; their three children, Helen, George and Mary; plus his father Jonathon and his sister Annie. They also had a live-in servant named Lizzie Philips.
In 1930, Helen's name was Achenback and she was still living with her parents and her son George who was less than one year old.
In 1940, Helen was still living with her parents and her son George (now age 10), a daughter (also age 10), and another daughter Phoebe age 3.
In neither Federal Census does it list a husband for Helen. The 1940 Census indicates that she was first married at age 25 which would calculate to 1929. He is still a mystery to me.
Added by Dave on Feb 06, 2014 12:14 PM
|Janis Feist||Leroy Bommer Hinkle|
Standard Speaker, Hazleton, Pennsylvania newspaper, January 30, 2014
A paragraph not in previous obituary that appeared shortly after his death:
Friends and family are invited to attend a graveside service that will take place on June 7 at 11:30 a.m. at St. John's Lutheran and UCC Cemetery, St. John's.
|Janis Feist||RE: LeRoy HInkle|
Bommer was his mother Glady's maiden name. I found their headstones in my early grave hunting days. My parents are interred in the same cemetery. If you need any info on the Hinkle lines I'd be more than happy to help. God Bless ..............
Janis Hinkle Feist
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