|Deborah R. (#47066664)|
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|In the past two years have gotten the genealogy bug in a major way! Found this site and had much success in filling in the blanks on the family tree. |
Mother of four grown children, and two granddaughters. Work for the local library system, so you can see where I get the ability to dig! The ladies at work ask every week if I'm grave hunting. They call these weekends "Debbie Digs Dead People" weekends. Might get a shirt with this printed.
If you wish to use any of my headstones, please send me a message.
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|oceanmdone||Fuka at Glen Haven|
Hi, you have lots of relatives buried around your Fuka photo quest at Glen Haven. You have.
Jospehy Fuka Sr:
I hope these are useful
|TerriwithaC||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome. It had weathered remarkably well.
|Michelle||RE: Rudel MHR|
I posted the information on your email
Added by Michelle on Sep 06, 2013 4:21 AM
I have several other Rudels if you are interested too
Added by Michelle on Sep 03, 2013 10:23 AM
I also found another Margaret 1866-1937and John G 1890-1948 if you are interested
Added by Michelle on Sep 03, 2013 10:15 AM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome, my pleasure.
|Jen Snoots||RE: Starr family|
Absolutely, go right ahead! Just make sure if they are going elsewhere on the internet, there's a photo credit.
|Candeux||RE: Thank you!|
You're most welcome. You may have noticed that I added a memorial for his wife Alice. Let me know if you would like me to transfer it to you.
I also created memorials for the Warthens and the Bealefelds who are buried nearby. It was hard to tell whether they were in the same plot or not, so I don't know whether there is a connection.
Added by Candeux on Sep 02, 2013 7:15 AM
|Dennis Healy||New Cathedral -Wittmer|
no record of Wittmer
|Candeux||RE: Jacob Karcher|
You're quite welcome. This request was one of the easier ones I've fulfilled. Ever since I did Jacob's parents, I've noticed a Karcher gravestone near the cemetery entrance and I've wondered if they were related. So, when your request came through, I stopped to take a look and found that it was indeed the one you wanted. Normally, I would have to go to Ellicott City to look up the burial record in the LDS microfilm collection.
Also buried at that plot are:
Katherine M. Karcher (1865-1953)
Nellie I. McFarland (1893-1967)
Katherine E. Ellison (1915-1988)
If you want to create memorials I will upload photos. Otherwise, I will create memorials eventually.
Added by Candeux on Aug 15, 2013 6:06 AM
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