|Yvonne Price (#47161529)|
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Hello to all,|
I was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. However I did spend 28 years in Las Vegas working for two of the largest hotels. Came home to Pa in 2001 to care for my mother. Have always been interested in family genealogy of our family. The Schall/Shaull family in particular. There are three major Shaull/Schall families with all variations of spelling. Tobias Schall is a seperate group. There is a third group that started I believe as Chaule/Shaul. Working with families from all three original brothers Michael, Nicholas and Andreas Schall the children born to Nicholas and Catherine Schall has been very meaningful. It makes me happy to unite the families together again. I have met some wonderful people. The website I use for the tree allows me to add pictures and information about the person and branch to other names. It keeps me busy. There are 115 family members so far, working together to build this tree to honor our families. Our tree is on genebase.com. If your family was in the 68' Schall/Shaull book drop in on the tree to update your information. Remember you did not need to be a Schall to be in the book. There many names that I have extened like: Schrecengost, Rupert, Beer, Klingensmith, Kimer, Space, Hartzell, Burkett, Silvis, Cravener, Sowers, McElwain, Heilman/Hileman, King, Hauser, Hine, Rosenberger, Morgan, Shedenhelm, Wolf, Knepshield, Brinker, Saxman, Berlin, Schaeffer, Riggle, Fetters, Yount, Fennell, Stoner, Waltenbaugh, Stitt, Pierce, Fiscus. It was a very large book 487 pages. I have been working on the book for two years now. Andreas's family settled in Westmoreland County near Latrobe, Pa. Nicholas's family went to West Virginia and
then Ohio. I have started the Sc
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|JT||Dudley Paul Pierce, Jr|
Just wanted to let you know I posted a couple headstone photos to the memorial for Dudley Paul Pierce, Jr. (memorial #50423856)
Added by JT on Nov 03, 2013 5:16 AM
|Tim Gruber||Salem Church Cemetery, Moorestown, PA.|
You have several memorials posted for this cemetery. Two of the memorials are duplicates of other memorials you posted. In addition to being duplicates I'm not sure why you believe they are buried in this cemetery.
Elizabeth Shaffer # 40751515
Elizabeth Shaffer # 40752874
Elias Saffer # 40751544
Elias Shaffer # 40751973
Are you still active on Find A Grave?
|Bonnie Chesla||Jacob Schall-St.Mary's|
Hi,Holy Family has a record of Jacob Schall but the dates are 1915-died Nov.10,1964.These are different dates than you have listed.If this is the right Jacob,I'll go try to find the tombstone.Bonnie Chesla
|Blair Legacy||Elias King #41883527|
Please be advised that I have recently learned that Elias King at #41883527 in St. Michael's Lutheran Church Cemetery is only memorialized there by a monument built in 1922 by descendant J. Wesley King. Elias King is actually buried in Homer City Cemetery at #65483634.
|Blair Legacy||Abraham King #41868754|
Abraham King was my 2nd great granduncle. He was killed at the battle of New Market, VA during the Civil War. His father was Isaac King memorial #51422289 and his mother was Sarah Davis king memorial #51423227. Please link them.
|Blair Legacy||George Adam King #41885092|
George Adam King, my 4th great grandfather, was born in Northampton County and died in Burrell Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. His father was Mathias King memorial #51422831. His mother was Eve Christine Hartzel King memorial #41884129.
|Blair Legacy||Elias King #41883527|
You are probably confused about the previous message I left you regarding Francis King. Sorry, it was meant for someone else. Anyway, Elias King was my 2nd great grandfather. he died in East Conemaugh, Pennsylvania. His father was Isaac King memorial #51422289 and his mother was Sarah Davis King memorial #51423227.
|Blair Legacy||Francis King|
Thank you for uploading a picture of the subject decedent's tombstone. I found it by following up on a couple of hunches. I wasn't sure I had a match until I saw the tombstone. It tells the whole story. There are a number of people out there who are searching for his date of death and where he is buried. He is my great granduncle. He fell in the river while contructing a bridge near Harrisburg. He was also a Civil War veteran with the Pennsylvania 4th regiment company C. His middle name was Franklin, born April 29, 1839. His father was Elias King at memorial #41883527. I'm still searching for his mother's grave.
|Alan Saltsman||Sarah HENRY(1865-1926) photo request|
I just "accidentally" fulfilled your request for her. I searched for her before, but she wasn't in the records at the cemetery. That is because the cemetery caretaker did not recognize "Belle S. HENRY" as being Sarah. It was just an honest mistake.
Today, I photographed a large HENRY-SCHALL-PICK family plot and was uploading the photos when Findagrave's interface notified me that I had just been credited for a photo request. Then I thought back to the Sarah that I couldn't find before. So it is good that you left the request in.
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