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Sue Baughman (#47251581)
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Linda Lenhard
Louis Jessie Kilby
May I use your photo of Louis Kilby on my and Family Search sites? I will give you credit for posting the original photo.

Thank you so much for uploading this memorial. It is nice to have help in finding our families.

Linda Walton Lenhard #47483706
Added by Linda Lenhard on May 15, 2014 8:37 PM
Maureen Hawkins
RE: Simon
Apparently I am not yet farmiliar with how everything works in Find A Grave. Just saw you message on 17 Feb 2014. Sorry it took so long.
Zum Andenken an Simeon Schenck Starb 8 July 1813 Alt 3 montag und 1 tag SO: He died July 8 1813, he was 3 months and a day old when he died.
Added by Maureen Hawkins on Feb 17, 2014 9:27 AM
Bob Birmingham
RE: pic for Lutz and Day
Glad to help. I also added photos for a few other Lutz memorials.

Added by Bob Birmingham on Jan 20, 2014 3:37 PM
Ellen Metz
photograph request
Sue, When I opened the Winterstown United Brethern Cementery website in order to find driving direction, I found that all grave monuments are have photographes on their website. Let me know if these are not sufficient.

Added by Ellen Metz on Dec 28, 2013 7:05 AM
Connie Wilkerson
RE: fisher
Thanks for the help. No headache. There are over 1000 people in this cemetery. I'm not even surprised when I make a mistake. Please keep an eye on me and let me know.
Added by Connie Wilkerson on Nov 29, 2013 5:09 AM
lynne edling
RE: Bachman
your welcome
Added by lynne edling on Aug 05, 2013 9:07 PM
Eva Beidler
RE: Amanda Eberly Steel
Sue, I have only one daughter, Ida E. Steele, for Amanda and John Steele. I notice there is some confusion over his middle initial--one census has John N. and others, John A. I believe it is John A. who married Amanda Eberly, buried at New Providence Mennonite, but there seems to be more than one John A. about that time. I believe the census with the N. is a typo. I do know that John A. Steel's father and mother are James Aston and Martha Steele, first of Bart and then of Providence Township. John is a brother to William Harvey Steele, a progenitor for my husband's Steele line. I will keep checking on this. Thanks for your response.
Added by Eva Beidler on Apr 06, 2013 9:59 AM
Eva Beidler
Amanda Eberly Steel
Sue, I am wondering if you know what happened to Amanda Eberly Steele--if you are related? Sad to see she died at a young age of 27. I am trying to research the family of James Aston Steele and his wife Martha, buried at Mt. Hope and I believe this Amanda's husband is their son. I see on the 1880 census that widower John A. Steele and his baby girl went to live with the Eberly grandparents. I know you may be just taking pictures. Thanks.
Added by Eva Beidler on Apr 04, 2013 7:39 AM
Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
RE: Dora S Bowman
You are more than welcome!!
Added by Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett on Jan 16, 2013 5:36 PM
RE: Benedict Eshleman Graveyard
"Benedict Eshleman Graveyard" is listed in the book "Churches and Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania" by A. Hunter Rineer, Jr., published in 1993 by the Lancaster County Historical Society. The cemetery is located in Conestoga Township, "west of Shenk's Ferry" in the woods. It was badly vandalized in 1979. It is not the same graveyard as the Colemanville Cemetery. Gravestone inscriptions are in the "Mennonite Research Journal, 2 (1961): 14, and available at both the Lanc. Co. Hist. Soc. and also the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society.

Although I believe there were people with the surname "Benedict" in that area, the name of the graveyard most likely comes from the original owner of the property whose name was Benedict Eshleman. Benedict was his first name.

Darvin L. Martin has a CD volume of his series "Let These Stones Speak" of cemeteries in Conestoga Township. He had photographed all the existing gravestones and the CD is also available at both of the above historical societies.

I can't verify that the names you entered are correctly placed in this cemetery.
Added by dyo on Jul 15, 2011 5:27 PM
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