|Leon Hertzler (#47168279)|
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Some may ask.. Who is this person and why does he have interests in all this family history stuff?|
I have been working on my family history for 40+ years. Carrying on the works of my Mother & Grandmother.
Find A Grave has been very helpful with my Research. Our Ancestors deserve to be remembered and honored in other ways. They are more then just a name on a stone.
My ancestors are buried in PA.... Also found some in Maryland and Ohio. My roots run deep in Lancaster & Cumberland Counties, PA. Relocated to New England some years ago. New family interests here.
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|Brenda & Pete||RE: Augustus & Thelma Mercurio|
You're very welcome. It was our pleasure to be able to help. Have a good weekend.
Brenda & Pete
|Arigeni||RE: Abraham Hartzler|
Thanks so much, it will just make it easier for us all to find our families!
Added by Arigeni on May 27, 2014 4:16 AM
|TurningHearts||RE: Ross Streby|
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Anna A Best Eppley|
I always try to get suggestions done as quickly as possible; just like I would like people to do it for me. Thanks for the links; I am going through my husband's family and trying to update all of the memorials, but he is a direct descendant of the Duey, Wert, Cornman and Wolf family in Cumberland County, which includes lots of people. I have my work cut out for me!!!
|Sherry ||RE: George Stewart Barner|
Thank you for forwarding the info!
Added by Sherry on Apr 18, 2014 2:51 PM
|C.M. Biddix & Edward Dail||Re: Annie Leitzel|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
Cheri McLaughlin Biddix
|J. Michael Fullingim||Transfer of G-G Grandfather|
Leon, my sincere thanks for the transfer of my g-g grandfather's memorial. Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave.
thank you so much adding the story of how Chester died. Chester would be 89 as my father is if he had lived. I'm thankful to have my dad and listen to the stories he shares of growing up in Juniata County.
|Lee Winters III||Esther (Andrews) Weaver|
Looks like a very old slate headstone. Its tough to read and seems to say D Weaver/ and Esther/ Born Andrews/ Died 1838.
|Warren Eastright||Harry Estright|
Hi Leon, thanks for reminding me to finsh up my memorials in my family.
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