|William Hartlage (#47213121)|
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I've been interested in family history for 20 years, collecting over 32,000 relatives. My main surnames are Hartlage and Licktieg on my paternal side and Mattingly, Roby and Payne on my maternal side.|
I have often been helped by wonderful volunteers along the way and am happy to help others when I can.
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|Deborah Clements||Memorial #114332085|
Thank you for the fast transfer! I have already made some additions - Deb
|Anita R. Austill||RE: W S Martin|
Thank you for the transfer, I really wanted to transfer to you, but you beat me to it.
|Anita R. Austill||RE: W S Martin|
Let me transfer Mary to you as you have Payne's in your line and you have worked on this line. I photograph cemeteries in our county and surrounding counties and put them online to share. You can see I have transferred almost 700, so I am not one to hoard up the memorials. I would love to transfer William and Mary to you. O K.
|Anita R. Austill||W S Martin|
That is strange that they would have two stones in two different cemeteries. I would say yours is the correct one as the family has seen to having his death date on that one. Did he marry two Mary's? Really I suppose neither should be deleted, we can just put "see memorial ######" and leave it at that if you agree. I made both the pictures in the two cemeteries. He probably married the one in Calhoun Cemetery and put up the stone, then remarried after her death and the second wife put him in the Sacramento cemetery. Whatever you want to do but I would say he is in the Sacramento cemetery, and both memorials should stay.
|jc~roadrunner||RE: Add new cemetery?|
I am sorry for my delay, I have not been well. I will check into this. I can have the name updated without creating a new cemetery. I will see what I can find out more. Thank you for letting me know. I also need to check with county records
|K. Medved||RE: Truman Trisler burial location|
You are very welcome. And thanks for bringing that to my attention. I noticed that some of the memorials have section and some have block, but I will put Block from now on.
|Rayen K.||RE: Link Added|
Sorry, no more info on the Dever/Hartlage side for Betty. I'm coming at this as a Huebener relative of the Schnieders. I see from my tree that you and I also overlap somewhat via Arkenau/Burkhardt. FYI, Clem came to the US at age 20 to live with his maternal aunt Catherine Renkin Huebener (Memorial# 124149534).
Added by Rayen K. on Feb 01, 2014 8:59 PM
|D. L. Lee||RE: Photo for John D. Johnson|
Thank you for your kind words and for setting up a memorial for this forgotten child. Hopefully, our joint efforts will help a descendent of his family discover the story of his short, but courageous life. To my knowledge, there is no formal, comprehensive record of the burials in this cemetery. Contributor, Karen (47092318) has done an amazing job setting up memorial in this cemetery base on individual death certificates. Her work is so valuable, because no tangible markers for these individuals exist.
Also, credit goes to my dad for knowing about the location of this cemetery that I did not know existed until recently, and my husband for holding back briars, vines, and branches; and searching through the growth for any sign of an existing marker with me.
Thanks for all you do and blessings.
|D. L. Lee||Photo for John D. Johnson|
I photographed Smith Cemetery in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and posted a photo to the memorial you created for John D. Johnson 102516518.
This cemetery is in extremely poor condition due to years of neglect and damage from downed trees from an ice storm and a forest fire.
|Beth Crowe||RE: Robert|
Pat - I sent you an email. Let me know if you don't get it.
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