|Linda Himpsl (#46993321)|
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I live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. My main interest is family research. My maternal line includes Smith, Wilhelm, Kreider, Horst, Hossler, Hoffer, Greiner, Sahm,and Kopp of Lebanon and Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania. My paternal line includes Lamberson, Rogers, Fortner, Clark, McCoy, Pound, Goggans, and Neely in Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.|
Please contact me if you wish to add a biography to any memorial I maintain. Any corrections are always welcome.
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|Pat R||William Bering @ St Gertrude's Cem.|
The info you sent has been added.
Thank you, Pat
Added by Pat R on Mar 14, 2013 11:16 PM
|Michael Spence||Fanny Musser Shenk Obituary|
Thank You for the welcome addition! Mike
|Nellie Miller||Samuel Barr obit|
Thanks for providing the obituary information for this memorial. I appreciate your help.
|C Proctor||Gertrude Kauffman Binkley|
Thank you for contacting me and contributing Gertrude Binkley's obituary for me to add to her memorial. Are you connected to her in any way? You also added your source for the obituary from HERALD OF TRUTH.[HERALD OF TRUTH - Volume IV, Number 10 - Oct. 1867, Page 159] What kind of publication is that - a newspaper? a Mennonite publication of some sort? I hope to hear from you soon. Again, thank you so much for your contribution.
|Harry Lash||Mae Lash|
Hi Linda and thanks so much for Mae's obituary. I always wanted to know where she belonged or to which Lash in Lebanon County. This is our Lebanon branch #2 Thanks again!
|Los Angeles Native||Captain Simeon Toby|
Thank you for the information regarding Captain Simeon Toby. It was posted to the interment.
|Helen L. Smith Hoke||Helen Viola Luckenbill|
Could you tell me how you are related to the above person? If you are, she was my husband's grandmother and her two daughters are still living and I am trying to find living people for info. Thank you for placing her on find a grave.
|Venus Shelley-Adams||Anna Shelley Geib|
Thank you for updating this memorial for me.
|Tracey Dicely||Here's info on her 3rd husband, my 2nd great grand uncle|
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Birth: Dec. 22, 1862
Death: Apr. 9, 1939
Sylvester Aumen, 76, last of a family of 11 children, died suddenly Sunday morning about 10 o'clock at his home in Littlestown from a heart attack.
Mr. Aumen rose at his usual time Sunday morning and ate breakfast. A short time later he complained of feeling ill. A physician was called but before he arrived, Mr. Aumen collapsed in a chair and died almost instantly.
The deceased was born and lived all his life in the Littlestown section of Adams county. He was the last surviving child of Barnabas and Margaret Aumen who came to this country from Germany in 1844. He was twice married. His first wife was the late Jennie Pitzer. His second wife, the former, Emma Clingen, survives with a number of step-children. There also are a number of nieces and nephews surviving.
Mr. Aumen formerly was employed at the Keystone cabinet company. He was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic church at Littlestown and of the Catholic Beneficial society there.
Interment in the Catholic Cemetery at Littlestown.
THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, MON. APR. 10, 1939
Elizabeth Jane Pitzer Aumen (1851 - 1918)
Saint Aloysius Cemetery
Created by: cindy forbes
Record added: Sep 16, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58748430
|Marsha Fenstermacher-Binkley||Jacob J Binkley|
May we ask to have our cousin Jacob transfered to us , please ?
His number is 6751776, thank you .
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