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My husband and I do research and cemetery searching. We are unable to pass over a military headstone without taking a photo. It brings us both great joy to find a headstone of a loved one. We hope we can bring that joy to others as we help you find your loved ones.|
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|Darlene Sides||RE: Mercier's|
Your very welcome.
Thank you for the correction, I have made the
change to read June 27, 1964. I see that I had
used his spouse's birth date.
Added by Marty on Mar 29, 2013 11:51 AM
I have linked parents to Clarence C. Nation.
I believe Resurrection Cemetery and Wellsville Catholic Cemetery may be the same cemetery. My notes from Montgomery County Cemetery Disk that I purchased and the death certificates that I checked before adding most of them to Find A Grave had Wellsville Catholic Cemetery. Sorry for the confusion. I think the two will at some point be merged.
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Artz|
Hi, Johann Philip Artz was our relative as well. I had entered his memorial at St. Paul's (aka "Artz") Cemetery based on family records.
Have been in contact with the other contributor about her memorials at Frieden's (and apparently, quite a few ancestry family trees have him buried there, so she used this as basis to enter them there).
However, the transcription done by Dr. Glenn P. Schwalm (taken from Frieden's Church records) does not list their burials. It does list Philip Artz (1795-1865), son of Johann Philip & Barbara, and I entered his memorial on Find A Grave. Note that Johann Philip Artz lived and died in Hubley Twp. (and not over in Hegins Twp., where Frieden's is located), but the younger Philip married a Bressler from that area. Perhaps this is where the confusion stems from?
btw... In addition to Johann Philip Artz being buried at St. Paul's, many of his children and their families are also interred there. I am not certain that all of their memorials are entered on Find A Grave, though.
|Joanne Cole||RE: Guy Adams|
Thank you so much for your help with my family. I only just found my American connection, so this is all such a thrill for me.
I have now gotten quite a bit of information about Guy Thompson Adams M.D. but I need to get it into some sort of order. I will send it to you shortly.
(Yowrie, New South Wales, Australia
|Donnie Ruyle||Druscilla Francis "Fannie" Mertz Artz|
BandS: Thank you for adding the obiturary.
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: APTHORPS|
Thank you for your kind words, Susan.
For us, it's a labor of love (and a little healthy competition and cooperation). She and I joke that the 3 or 4 of us that are usually claiming most of the requests are getting t-shirts made that read "The Cemeteers"
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: Louise|
She was really easy to find. Linda at New Tacoma is so good at mapping out the areas and they make it easy by photocopying the sections and having other people's names around the one that you're looking for so you can "walk off" the names.
|Stephanie Kelly||RE: Woolworths|
You are very welcome. Let me know if you have any more at this cemetery. With the weather getting nice and me only being about a mile away I am happy to go and get information and photos
Thank you for giving me her parents numbers to link them. Has been done and I thank you.......
Added by Sharla on Mar 27, 2012 8:11 PM
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