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I have been interested in Genealogy for several years and enjoy discovering my ancestors.|
I post my direct lines*, so if you are a cousin that has a correction, added info, please msg and say, "Hello!"
*with the exception of Rosemary Cemetery in Sarasota, Fl. If you have family buried there, please ask for a transfer. I'm not in it for the numbers. I feel strongly that a memorial should belong to family.
The Family names I'm researching are:
Barber, Bell, Bethe, Clark, Cluggage, Davis, Esser, Gehret, Gemmill, Gerichs, Halwes, Humbert, Isett, Judy, McCarthy, Moyer, Murphy, Nix, Osborn(e), Riley, Schoedler, Steel, Stewart, Susott, and Whetsel.
For Researchers: If you plan to use personal photos & bios from my entries, proper credit would be appreciated.
For Find A Grave Contributors: If I ask for a site transfer, I'm related to the person, can prove it, and will give them a loving and proper memorial. Links will be added and in some cases, obits, biographies or photos. I've done my research and would like credit for my hard work.
For Find A Grave Hoarders: The ultimate goal should be to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it.
Your name stays as creator, but Family provides the meaningful & accurate memorial. We know the person. You don't. If you are going to be a stick-in-the-mud, at least write a "Thank-you" note to Family Members giving you updated information. Since you see it as Real Estate, Family members made your land more valuable. Family members deserve acknowledgement.
A huge thanks to the cemetery walkers. Headstones document family lines and leaves a legacy for future generations.
Thanks a million to those who have transferred to my account!
Wishing All smooth sailing with discovering YOUR ancestors and no brick walls in your path.
Peace to all that are here and beyond.
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|Linda Y||Wilma stofleth|
If you will transfer i will be glad to take care of her. I am sure i have ohotos to add. 41758925. Linda
Added by Linda Y on Nov 08, 2013 6:32 PM
|Linda Y||Wilma McClary Stofleth|
I am linking wilma s son gary Dersch. I wrote to you before asking how you were related to Wilma. She was a gracious neighbor to md. Linda
Added by Linda Y on Nov 08, 2013 4:01 PM
|LadyDragon||RE: DANIEL HUMBERT PARENTS|
Hello distant cousin!
Just for reference purposes, I thought I'd share my line to the Humberts.
Mary Helen Humbert, daughter of Daniel & Lucy, is actually my first connection to the Humbert family. She married Charles S Butler.
Their son, William Daniel Butler, married M Alice Moyer.
Their daughter, Marjorie Catherine Butler, was my mother's grandmother and died in the 1982 - though I have no memory of her.
I AM a DAR member through my father's side (I only had to provide documentation linking me to my great-grandmother, who had been a member). If you e-mail me your grandparents' names and possible membership numbers (as well as the name of the DAR-qualifying ancestor), I might be able to get copies of their records as well as copies of their supporting documentation.
|LadyDragon||DANIEL HUMBERT PARENTS|
Yeah! You just blasted through one of my brick walls. I hate to trouble you again, but I would also like to know how you linked Daniel to his parents: Jacob & Margaretha!
Thank you thank you thank you!!
|LadyDragon||Mary Louisa Hendel Humbert|
Hi. The information you sent said that she was born in Cocalico, Lancaster... but her obituary clearly states that she was born in Adamstown (see http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=QLQhAAAAIBAJ&sjid=EpwFAAAAIBAJ&dq=ella%20humbert%20leader&pg=5201%2C1845999).
Could you clarify where you uncovered your birth and death information?
|LadyDragon||Butler & Humberts in Charles Evans|
Thanks ever so much for the influx of information on the Butlers and Humberts buried in Charles Evans. These are relatives and I am glad to discover more about them!
|Carolyn Smith||RE: Stewart|
I forget what I said that prompted your message about Crum, Stewart and Davis.
I am not aware of any connections to the name Davis. That end of my family hung out around Saltillo, Harrisburg, Mt. Union, Pennsylvania, since 1700s. I am also related to Wagner, DeVore, Sollers, Roberts and Harrencame from that area.
|Sandra Sedam||RE: Uncle Bob|
We can share numbers perhaps tonight.
Can you provide your last name?
Nice to communicate with you, too.
|Sandra Sedam||RE: Uncle Bob|
What is the best way to contact you?
Email & phone should be private. I hesitate to leave on a public forum.
The other messages to you are quite interesting.
The one from the mother re her son's grave was devastatingly poignant. You do good work.
I wandered on here looking for John Louis Shemeld and came across Uncle Rob.
Arlington Cemetery. Such an honor. I wish I had known. I would have tried to find his grave while visiting DC.
Did not know he was a captain in the Marines. Such an honor!
How nice to meet you, too.
God Bless You for Your Good Work.
|Sandra Sedam||RE: Uncle Bob|
Oh My Goodness!
I do not remember Aunt Kit or Uncle Robert.
My Cousin Eleanor would be interested in knowing you.
She was Uncle Robert's daughter by my Aunt Margaret.
I know Aunt Kit and Uncle Robert had three sons, but I really do not know anyone on a personal level. Too young at the time of all their lives.
My sister was especially fond of Uncle Robert, and he her.
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