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Amanda Bowser Ellinger (#47378067)
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Bio Photo I am a member of DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and doing additional research for supplemental patriots (additional Rev War ancestors). In the past few years, I have grown a love and appreciation for genealogy and learning about my family roots.

Mother's family names: Whitehill, Thompson, Milliken, Clemson, Kostenbauder, Fetterman, Hower, Tibbens.

Father's Bowser/Bausser, Weining/Wining, Wortman.

My husband's Ellinger & Stuart families.
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DMWorrel
RE: Thank you!
You're very welcome. I didn't see Ronald until I was editing the pics, so I went back for pics to include him, late in the day. DMWorrel
Added by DMWorrel on Jun 28, 2014 7:54 AM
Dawn
Yeager & Kostenbauder
Hi Amanda,

I can share what I know about the two names. My Dad's mother Beulah Kostenbauder married Albert C. Yeager. They had a lot of children.

My dad Lynn L "Guy" Yeager was born in Aristes, PA in 1932 he was the youngest of many boys and 1 girl.

My grandmother Beulah Kostenbauder was a child of Charles and Elizabeth (Bucher) Kostenbauder.

I hope this helps you link them together.

Dawn Yeager-Hastings
New Hampshire

Added by Dawn on Mar 01, 2013 9:54 PM
Sandman
RE: Morton Family Lot cemetery
Hi Amanda;

No...The Morton Family plot is not even NEAR lone pine road.

The Morton's are located just outside of Bentleyville, Pa. on Lincoln avenue, just a short distance from Bentworth High School.

You can see the plot from your car (not far from road) then the school sits on a higher "plateau"
so to speak.

Does this help You ?

Don Mason (Sandman)
Added by Sandman on Nov 11, 2012 11:57 AM
Sandy Baker
Smith grave request at Rockland Cemetery
Hi Amanda, I have many relatives buried at Rockland and noticed that someone had posted a problem in locating your request for Mary Smith. I have an index for that cemetery and did find Daniel and Mary Lusher Smith listed. The bad news is that this index was compiled about 20 years ago and there has likely been a lot of deterioration of the stone(s) in that time. I know the section they are buried and walked it about 2 weeks ago, but didn't come up with anything definitive. I will call the caretaker when I have a free day to go back down and get a more exact location from him. I will likely have to use chalk or shaving cream to read some of the old stones in that section to find the one(s) you want. In saying this, will there be anyone else in that family who may be buried with/near her that you would also like to have photographed if/when I find them? Please advise. Thank you!
Added by Sandy Baker on Jun 01, 2012 12:40 PM
Natalie Herdman
Carl E. Klump #20103590
Hi,

The photo that you posted to this memorial doesn't match. Would you please remove it?

Thanks,
Natalie
Added by Natalie Herdman on Apr 25, 2012 11:23 AM
Sandman
RE: Morton Family Lot cemetery
Dear Amanda;

I actually found by "accident" on my way searching for ANY cemetery (in that area) the Morton Family plot.
It is just outside of Bentleyville, Pa. just a stones throw from Bentworth high school.
As I was driving up the road, i looked to my right, & I saw the school, and THEN, I saw the Family plot...its kinda strange to see it so close to a school, but at least developers did not destroy the plot when the school was built.

What else do You need to know ? I will give You ANY info You need !
Added by Sandman on Apr 06, 2012 8:52 AM
Audrey Allison
RE: Bowsers at Lake Park
Hi Amanda,
No war maker, I try to get them in the photo's, even if I have to move them. I like to shoot most cemeteries from Memorial Day on. When they put flags out. Those are the best photo's.

Audrey
Added by Audrey Allison on Apr 01, 2012 5:54 PM
Ralph Satterfield
RE: Bargerstocks
Amanda,
I'm sorry, but I found no Birkenstock burials in the Kittanning Cemetery. If you discover where they are buried, and it is not too far away, I'll be glad to try to find them for you....
Ralph
Added by Ralph Satterfield on Feb 20, 2012 6:17 PM
beowulf6561
RE: Kostenbauders
Hello Amanda,

Thanks for the response. My family is from Schuykill County which is just southwest of Hazelton in central PA.

I am a member at ancestry.com and I have been able to find documentary evidence for the Annie in question after her marriage as Annie Yeager. My mother told me that Annie's maiden name was Kostenbaden, but I'm not sure where she got that information from. Because of the walls I've hit searching for that surname, I made the assumption that it may have been misspelled when passed onto my mother and have started looking for Kostenbaders or Kostenbauders.

This Annie would have been born around October 1865 and married Hannibal Yeager around 1887. Hannibal and Annie resided in Gordon, Schuykill County, PA, USA from 1890 thru 1930 based on Federal Census records.

If you would be able to search your tree on ancestry.com to see if you have any links to my gg-grandmother Annie, it would be greatly appreciated! My username on ancestry.com is beowulf6561.

Thanks,
Steven
Added by beowulf6561 on Jan 23, 2012 10:03 PM
beowulf6561
Kostenbauder
Hello Ms Ellinger,

I have a person on my mother's side that was transcribed into her family Bible as Annie Kostenbaden, married to Hannibal Yeager. I am able to find Hannibal and Annie Yeager in census records after 1890, but Annie's last name has been a dead end for finding her pre-marriage family. I'm thinking that her name was actually Kostenbauder, some of whom I am able to find doing census searches on ancestry.com.

I would greatly appreciate any information you may have on Kostbauders from around the period of 1880 through 1900, particularly Kostenbauders who are allied with Yeagers.

Thank you for your time,
Steven Krise
Added by beowulf6561 on Jan 22, 2012 6:23 PM
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