|Jean Marie Dolloff-Haubert (#47102686)|
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Doing Geneology research for over 30 years. I have lived in Montgomery County PA for the past 23 years. My brother is also on here collecting geneology info he is Joseph F. Dolloff.|
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|Barb Kopshina||Effie Couch|
Hi Jean - thank you again for taking a photo of Effie's grave for me. I was wondering if you could remove her husband's stone from the memorial so that I could add more photos of her? I appreciate all that you have done! Thanks, Barb
It would be most appreciated for the transfer. The Glenzingers are my son-in-law's family.
|Stan Titlow||John H. Titlow|
Hello, Thanks for your many hours of Genealogy Work to help others.
I have a Veterans record that list John H. Titlow in section Alley #4, lot #794 grave #1 in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Gladwyne Pennsylvania. However, I'm unable to locate any Grave Marker at this site. On the record the headstone has these letters (MC) G.A.R. Marker.
If you happen to know the person I can contact at this cemetery I will forever grateful. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Emma Fico||We are related|
Hello Jean, I found that we are related through Paolo DeLuca. My grandfather, Carlo DeLuca was the older brother to Paolo. Your grandfather and my grandfather were brothers. That would mean my mother Emanuela (aka Nellie by family members) and your mother were first cousins. I guess that makes us second cousins. My brother, who is 14 years older than I, remembers Uncle Paul and his wife, and many of the other brothers and sisters.
I just discovered this website, and am delighted with what I found. I'd love to fill in the missing information on my grandfather's side of the family, and will offer you the meager information that I do have. Please let me know if you or another family member is interested in a continuing dialogue. Emma
|Sylvia Nardi||Louis Scharff|
Jean, I Appreciate the Transfer. You are doing a great job. Keep up the good work. Stop by and check out Louis in about a week or two. I hope to have most of his family line entered by then. You can't imagine how many people are buried in that Grave Lot. But they never put the names on the stone except for his.
Thanks again and if I can ever help, let me know. Sylvia
|Sylvia Nardi||Louis Scharff|
Jean I was wondering if you could contact me and let me know how I can enter information on this person. He was my gg grandfather and I was ready to add a new record but see that you have added this record, which I appreciate... Let me know how you want me to enter this by new records or management transfer etc.
please let me know... Sylvia Nardi
|L Follmer||RE: Cheryl Ann Wagner Haswell|
I actually do not have anymore info. Cheryl is my cousin and my Aunt & Uncle are passed away too.
Sorry for not getting back to you sooner.
|Kathy Greenlee Daller||Gilberts in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Gladwyne, PA|
I have been searching for my GGG grandparents graves for some time now. I know they are buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Gladwynne. Their name are Benjamin and Matilda Gilbert. Both were born about 1815. Matilda died in 1895 or 96. Do you think you'd be able to search the grounds thouroghly for them? I did have one other very nice lady doing it, but she had not luck. They both died at the end of the 19th century, so the stones may be very old.
I appreciate any help you can give.
|N. Charlesworth||Glenzinger Family - Old St. Matthews Cemetery|
My future son-in-law is a Glenzinger descendant.
I have information regarding the following:
George S. Glenzinger: George Stewart Glenzinger
Born: December 1879 in Conshohocken.
Died: June 10, 1903 (Norristown Times Herald Obit)
Mary A. Glenzinger: (Mother of George)
Mary A. Stewart Glenzinger
Born: July 1846 in Canada (according to Census)
Died between 1920-1930 in Conshohocken
Wife of Mathias Glenzinger (see my memorial for him). He is a Civil War Veteran
Theresa M. Glenzinger: Dau of Mathias and Mary Stewart Glenzinger
Born: August 1868 in Conshohocken
Died: December 29, 1905 in Conshohocken (Norristown Times Herald Obit)
|GLENN||Rose De Luca grave in L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture you requested for Rose De Luca in L.I.N.C. She is on the back with an inscription that says "His Wife". Albert De Luca is on the front. Maybe her husband isn't in Calverton? I added a picture to his existing memorial.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on May 13, 2009 7:41 PM
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