|P H Ritchie (#47529944)|
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|Pres Ellington||Margaret RAMSOUR|
Hello, As far as I know my 5X GGM Margaret RAMSOUR b.1733 d. 1789 born in Berks County, PA married Christopher "Stoffel" KLEIN/CLINE b. 1741 d. 1796. His father, Johann Sebastian KLEIN Sr., my 6X GGF was known as "Bostian" or "Bastian", I think, b.1712-16 d.1791 or Gregorian 1792. -- Bostian's son Christopher CLINE/KLEIN nicknamed "Stoffel", married Margaret RAMSOUR in Berks County PA. They moved to NC - Tryon County then, now Lincoln County, with the flock from PA. Please see the genealogy of Peiter Heyl and his descendants 1110-1936, readily available on Ancestry (abt 1500 pages) The Ramsours are chronicled at the beginning of the appendix of the compilation. Please let me know if you have something that can verify Margaret marring JR. not Christopher "Stoffel" as I can not find a marriage record for Johann Sebastian KLEIN Jr. The Ramsours are very hard for me to sort as are the Clines, the Setzers and the Wilfongs, all my kin. These families' children intermarried so much it is hard to track. It is mainly because of the respectful German Palatinates tradition to name the kids after the uncles and aunts. I am sure I am confused with this lineage, if you can possibly clarify the marriage with your records I would be most appreciative and grateful. Thank you for your efforts with Find A Grave. My wife calls it "find a dead relative". Thanks again.
|Cashline||Alan Stein Memorial|
Dear PH, I made the changes you requested on Alan A Stein's memorial. I also added information for his second wife, Betty. Please let me know if you would like me to transfer either of these memorials.
Added by Cashline on Dec 15, 2015 5:06 PM
|Darrell Landrum||RE: Robert Joyce|
Diuguid Funeral Home took care of the burial of all the soldiers in the Confederate section of Old City Cemetery. Fortunately, they kept very good records that are available online. I use them often when working on memorials for the men in the Confederate section.
|Darrell Landrum||Robert Joyce|
Hello, there is a photo request for this gentleman's grave marker in the Confederate section of Old City Cemetery here in Lynchburg. I sent you and edit for his burial location to make it easier for someone to find and take the photo. Just a minor correction is that he died at Booker's Hospital here in Lynchburg. He is listed in the burial records with Diuguid. I will make an effort to take the photo as soon as I can if no-one else gets there before me.
Kathleen Vivian Stine Gurley was the Daughter of David Lee
Susan Gurley Miller
|Marcus Snow||RE: hicks|
Ian going to need Find A Grave number and your Find A Grave number to transfer
|LSJRJT||Burns Family Cemetery|
It says on the site that you provided that the names were listed due to a family story book. Who has that? And can we get the other names that are listed from that book? Linda
Added by LSJRJT on Dec 29, 2014 3:00 PM
made the changes and if u want me to transfer it to I I will