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I am researching the Ardinger, Bush, Caimi, Cole, Culatina, Harwick, Kenney, Marriner, Noel, Spangler, Stark, Stott, Taylor, Thomas, Watts, and Williams families specifically (with many other families intertwined). I am also interested in our extended lineages: Allamon, Artley, Hanisko, and Vanderau.|
These families primarily are located in and around Washington and Frederick Counties, Maryland; Cole, Miller, and Moniteau Counties, Missouri; Ocean, Monmouth, and Mercer Counties, New Jersey; Adams, Clearfield, Centre, Columbia, Fayette, Franklin, Jefferson, Indiana, and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania; Botetourt County, Virginia; and Berkeley and Kanawha Counties, West Virginia.
CORRECTIONS/UPDATES TO RECORDS:
If you find any corrections to be made or relationship links to be added to memorials I have created, please let me know either through "Suggest a Correction". I will gladly make these changes in a timely manner.
TRANSFER OF MEMORIALS:
Regarding the transfer of memorials, if the person is not related to my family, I will transfer a record, provided you can show DIRECT lineage within four generations (sibling, parent, grandparent, great-grandparent)—as per the Find A Grave guidelines—or if you have sponsored the memorial. Otherwise, I will NOT transfer the memorial.
Please note: When I receive multiple requests for the transfer of a memorial to whom I am not related, then I will transfer the memorial to the person with the closest relationship to the deceased (again within four generations).
Before entering a memorial, I always verify that another record for that individual does not already exist. In turn, I ask that other contributors do not create duplicates of my memorials. Instead, if you are a direct relation within four generations, then I will transfer the memorial to you. If not, then if you have a correction or update, please let me know via "Suggest a Correction". I will make gladly make those changes/updates in a timely manner.
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|Barry Michie||Rebecca Gelbaugh Memorial|
Once again, thanks so much for the very quick response and making edits - this time for Rebecca Anne "Anne" nee Shatto Gelbaugh.
I'm making my way through the Pennsylvania death certificates recently available on Ancestry and, not to my surprise, running into even more memorials you manage as I correlate with Findagrave.
Best, Barry Michie # 47110636
my father in law is david garrison i have more info on him if you would like it.
Added by deejay74 on Jun 16, 2014 12:56 AM
|Prof. K. Edward Lay||Wagner Transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfers. I've added several pieces of information and made connections to other cemeteries.
|Louise P.||William H. Mutzabaugh|
There seems to be a duplicate of sorts for this gentleman. One Memorial number is 22883493 and the other is 63813732. One is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Duncannon the other is in a cemetery also in Duncannon named Duncannon Union Cemetery. Both show his Civil War Veteran's Card. I would like to know which one is correct so that I can add him as a father in-law to my Great, Great, grandfather in his first marriage. His daughter Ida M. Mutzabaugh was married to Abraham Levi Miller.
|Tom Schoening||Ansel Bloom|
Thank You for linking Ansel to his parents.
Keep Up the Great Work !!!
Regards - Tom Schoening
Are you researching Cletis Leroy Watts?he was my dad's brother
Added by DGB on May 30, 2014 7:53 PM
|Prof. K. Edward Lay||Transfer|
Could you transfer my Great Grand Aunt Alice Kathryn Duncan Find A Grave #26333135 and her husband John T. Wagner Find A Grave #26333135 in Duncannon Cem. She is the only sibling not connected to her parents. They did not have children, so my siblings and I became like her own children.
Thank you for all the volunteer work you do.
K. Edward Lay Find A Grave #46991226
|John Robertshaw||Name changes could turn out as duplicates|
Some of the name changes I have recently sent such as "Leslie John" to "John Leslie" etc could very well cause an unintended duplicate. You might take a minute to check and see.
You have entered so many at Enloe you could probably correct any duplicates that happen without sending a message to another contributor.
Thank you again for your cooperation and patience.
|John Robertshaw||A Special Thank You|
Today I finished posting the last of the photos taken in the Enloe Cemetery. Over 1800 photos. I took a photo of every readable gravestone I could find. Row by row, section by section.
I had been waiting for a chance to shoot the entire cemetery for several years. When I started it was only 32% photographed. Now with your help it is 84% photographed.
So, you won't be receiving any more edits after today. Thank you for your patience.
Just want to say a special thank you. You have probably entered greater than 90% of all the memorial pages in Enloe Cemetery. With your help they will now have more pictures, more dates and more links to parents and spouses.
|rich ||Your Joseph Grover request in Toms River, NJ|
There is no visibly recognizable stone for Joseph Grover, however there is a stone for Elizabeth Grover which upon it states she is the wife of Joseph Grover. Beside her headstone is an empty space where a headstone once stood judging by the depression in the ground. I have a photo of her headstone if you would like that.
Added by rich on Apr 27, 2014 11:10 AM
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