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Lisa MacFerren Minerd (#47374538)
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Gary Roberts
RE: Headstone Picture
I have alot of pictures to still go through. I will add the picture if I have it.

Gary
Added by Gary Roberts on Oct 24, 2013 11:48 AM
bluemousey
Kriegh, Daniel
Hi Lisa,

Not sure if Gary Roberts was able to answer your question about Daniel Kriegh and his 3 wives.
Columbia County Historical Society book,
"Cemeteries of Columbia County, PA, Vol 5, Catawissa Borough"

Union Cemetery

Page 79
Kreigh, Eliza R
Birth date, (blank)
Death Date, 13 Oct 1836, 1st wife of Daniel, age 31-10-23; d/o Peter & Anna (Rupert)

Page 80
Kriegh, Caroline
Birth Date (blank)
Death Date, 1 Jun 1882, 3rd wife of Daniel, age 53 years; nee Taylor

Page 80
Kriegh, Daniel
Birth date, (blank)
Death Date, 2 Jul 1882, h/o Eliz, Elizabeth, Caroline, age 79-1-15 (see Kreigh)

Page 80
Kriegh, Elizabeth
Birth Date, (blank)
Death Date, 26 Oct 1868, 2nd wife of Daniel, age 55-11-3

That is all that is listed in the book. Hope this helps!
Added by bluemousey on Oct 17, 2013 10:10 AM
Wendy McIntosh
Emma Kriegh
Dates from the cemetery records.
Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 08, 2013 9:04 AM
Wendy McIntosh
Eliza Kreigh
My sister says the bible says essentially the same thing, it has Anna's Family, the has Eliza (Elizabeth) Kreigh! It says daughter of Peter and Anna, but doesn't actually give Peter's last name, just father of Eliza Kriegh. So I think you are right! My sister would make a copy of the page, but the bible weighs 45 lbs! Her home printer doesn't open large enough to get the book in. She tried to take a picture with her iPhone, but it is so fuzzy I couldn't read it. I did go to the Columbia County Genealogy website and saw the dates for Elizabeth Fornwald were the same, so it must be here!
Thank you for your tenaciousness!!
I will make the correction to the memorial.
Wendy
Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 05, 2013 8:52 AM
Wendy McIntosh
Eliza Kreigh
Hmm, you make a very good point. My sister has the bible in California . But I am sure of Anna Rupperts marriage, but could she have been married before or after? I will call my sister tomorrow and see if she can copy the page of the the marriages. Maybe we are just missing something.

Thank you for the information
Wendy

PS I will let you know what I find out.

Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 01, 2013 7:15 PM
Wendy McIntosh
Eliza Kreigh
Ah, I see you know Gary also!!!
I won't bother him since you have already contacted him

We will see what he finds.

Wendy
Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 01, 2013 3:28 PM
Wendy McIntosh
Eliza R Kreigh
I am sorry, Eliza R Kreigh is a relative of mine through her mother Anna Rupert. I know that her maiden name is Kreigh because she is in our family bible.

We have searched this cemetery over, and have not been able to find her headstone. Gary Roberts, who works with me on photographing these pictures went out last week and got most of the requests. I will ask him if he was able to find Eliza's

VR
Wendy
Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 01, 2013 3:26 PM
Gary Roberts
RE: Kreigh/Kriegh
Lisa, I am currently traveling back home from Catawissa. I will check when I get back and will probably be tomorrow until I get a chance to look at them and respond. Gary
Added by Gary Roberts on Oct 01, 2013 12:00 PM
Lynne
RE: Worrell
Good Morning Lisa,
All the Worrells that are listed on find a grave by me are all of the ones that I found had headstones. You may want to contact St. Andrew's Episcipal Church in Mt. Holly for any others that may not have headstones. You never know, maybe the headstone was lost to history or maybe one was never erected for that individual. Also, there could be one there but was too worn for me to decipher clearly.

Also, I did not post the picture of the Baptist Cemetery sign on the St. Andrews memorial site. Not sure what that's all about. As far as I know/researched it has always been an Episcipal cemetery.

Please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.

Hope you have a great day.

Lynne
Added by Lynne on Aug 21, 2013 8:40 AM
Lynne
RE: Worrell
Hi Lisa,
I have transferred one memorial so far. The other two will have to wait until Find A Grave's server is working again. I looked on St. Andrew's Cemetery memorial site on Find A Grave and there are about 26 Worrells that have headstones that have been transcribed. I went through the whole cemetery and transcribed all of the headstones that I could read. The very worn ones I tried to descipher as best as I could, but if I could not make out a reasonable name I didn't want to take a chance and put down wrong information. I don't have pictures of the headstones, but I can always go back and do that for you.

Respectfully,
Lynne
Added by Lynne on Aug 20, 2013 3:01 PM
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