|John Gerberich (#47596283)|
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Genealogy is my hobby. It is like being a detective on a case - but a really cold case. Having been a history teacher in another life, I know how precious memories are. These memories give a sense of pride, purpose,and connectedness. I would like to leave an understanding of ancestors to my children and children's children. Not all that is learned is positive and good but it gives us deeper appreciation of our current perception of who and what we are today and what will be shared with future generations. Some of the historical data is being lost to future generations through indirect ignorance and neglect. That is my hobby, it is a small contribution to preserving the past to guide the future.|
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|Barbara Sargent||RE: Martha Kiser Stockton|
THANK-YOU very much for replying,
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of William Dickson|
I'm working on a third volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of William Dickson's grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Genie||Esther Cain Gillis|
Thanks so much for the cemetery correction and also linking Frank to Esther. I live in the midwest and wasn't aware of when Frank passed, so thank you for that as well.
I love your bio, it is so well written and so very TRUE.
Added by Genie on Jun 10, 2013 2:31 AM
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of my family and the correction of the cemetery location. Blessings to you and yours!
Added by Seagull on Jun 08, 2013 3:40 PM
|Ron Shrack||Adda Albert|
Thank you for posting the picture of Adda Albert's burial headstone on her findagrave memorial page.
|Judy Cain Bowser||Emma and Josiah Shakley|
Thanks so much, John, for the graveside photo for Emma and Josiah Shakley. It means more than you know.
|Roseanne Kocinski-Fowler||RE: John Homa|
This is posted on Katherine Mucha-Homa's memorial page. I personally don't know about this family, sorry (I am just a volunteer)!!!
John Homa married Katherine Mucha from Hungary. Katherine Mucha Born: 18?? Died: July 24, 1977. Katherine was a homemaker. Katherine was buried along side her husband John Homa Sr. in Rose Hill Cemetery in Butler Pa. John and Katherine Homa were members of Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Lyndora Pa.
John and Katherine Homa's had 6 children - 2 sons: George Metrick of Philadelphia and John V Homa of Butler Pa; and 4 daughters: Ann Homa, Mary Homa, Kathryn Homa-Kovach(1914-2002), Helen Homa. Received from Marty Homa in July 2011.
|Beverly Osman Morris||Elden and Mabel Lloyd|
Appreciate all the wonderful work you do. The headstones for Elden and Mabel Lloyd you took at Rose Hill Cemetery are great. Thank you!
|Beverly Osman Morris||Howard, Ruth & Marian Curry|
Thank you very much for taking the shared headstone for Howard, wife Ruth, and their daughter Marian Curry.
Have to tell you I have a 6th great grandmother, Elizabeth Gerberich who married Frederick Schnock.
~Blessings, Bevin Calif.
Thank you for the photo!!
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