|Linda Woodard (#47292669)|
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|Descendant of Johannes Eberhart Pence and Hannah Kitchen of Hunterdon County, NJ|
I am a retired State of NJ computer programmer living currently in Lititz, PA.
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|LeeAnne Crouser Trull||RE: Helen Ruth Large picture|
You are welcome!!
|Mary Jo C. Martin||Hartpence - Nixon Cem, Q'town, NJ|
This is a re-posting of the combined emails that I sent you this morning, which appear to have bounced:
Thanks so much for correcting me [on Elijah Hartpence's date of birth]. I do appreciate it when people help me make Find A Grave as accurate as possible.
I couldn't read the gravestone after I got home with the photo. I am in Australia, so it isn't easy just to pop back out to the cemetery for another look!
Is Elijah Hartpence in your family? Would you like me to transfer his memorial to you? He's not my family. I just wanted to preserve his deteriorating gravestone before it got worse.
Also, I just noticed that I had already posted a memorial for Elijah's wife. I read her gravestone as Amy, but you said that her name was Anna. Would you like that one as well?
I notice that you are a new member of Find A Grave. Do you mind if I let you know some of the conventions on this site?
We try not to create duplicate memorials, but that was not your fault seeing as how I'd gotten the wife's name wrong. The convention is that if these people are not my relatives but yours, I should transfer the memorials to you. You should then delete your later memorial and work with my earlier one in order to preserve any work that I have already done (i.e. taking and uploading the photos, leaving a virtual flower). That way you could use my photos, change Amy's name to Anna Powers Hartpence, and add your own additional information. In this way, we work together to make Find A Grave just that little bit more accurate.
By the way, I grew up in Milford, NJ, and part of my family founded Quakertown, NJ. That's how I got my interest in this cemetery.
Ha ha. I wrote that last note to you before I found this note from you [about Amy being Anna].
Let me know if you'd like the transfers.
My emails to you appear to be bouncing (sometimes happens overseas), so I'm going to combine all emails and post my replies on your Find A Grave page.