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I am collecting and providing information for family members that may have an interest in family history via Find A Grave memorials. This is my way of paying respect and remembering those that are no longer with us. I am learning a lot of history as I proceed through my ancestry endeavor. I'm so grateful and blessed to have my mother, daughter, and uncle helping me with this.
This is a work in progress. If you find an error or would like something added or removed from a memorial, please let me know by contacting me through the "edit" button on their memorial page.
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|Agespast||RE: Timothy Crawshaw|
You're very welcome.
Added by Agespast on Mar 16, 2016 8:34 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Cramer Cemetery|
You're very welcome- glad to help!
|Rose Griffith||Cramer Cemetery|
Claudia asked about the Cramer Cemetery. It is basically through the woods behind the house where I grew up. Of course there is an easier way to get there, which is to stop in Cramer, off route 403, go to the Cramer church and walk up the cemetery. The cemetery is still maintained, although I don't believe anyone has been interred there for a number of years.
Lloyd Naugle, Jr was my Great Uncle on my grandmother's side. He was very handsome and my grandmother always continued to miss him. Thanks for the post.
|Claudia Sperl||Thomas Coleman 1780-1847|
I have just found this grave and I am searching him because I think he might be my husbands 3x great grandfather. #87126405
My main question is where Cramer Cemetery located? Is it abandoned and do you have any idea if there may be records?
If you are a relative perhaps we can share information
|Jennifer White||Velma Richardson|
Thanks so much for the links to Velma's parents. Her husband, Albert Burl, was my grandfather's uncle.
Thankyou so much!!!
Added by Turtle65 on May 08, 2013 1:18 PM
|Turtle65||Jura and Zuzana Slezak|
May I use the photos you posted on my family tree?
Added by Turtle65 on May 07, 2013 2:37 PM
|Wilma Detwiler Ray||Jemima Detwiler Ressler|
I have linked Jemima and Henry for you. Jemima was the sister to my great great grandfather Elmer Detwiler, their parents were Peter and Mary Ann Smith Detwiler. I have a family tree on ancestry if you are interested I will send you an invitation and you can access it anytime. Just save it to bookmarks after you open it.Just let me know if you are interested. Wilma
|Michael S. Caldwell||Decker|
Glad to help. Did the link just now. Happy Hunting!
|Warren Eastright||Mildred Reynolds|
Hi Karen, welcome to F.A.G. (Find A Grave). Thank you for the correction on your mother-in-law. I transferred Mildred to you as your first listing, please add anything you or your husband feel people should know about her. My late grandmother's maiden name is Elizabeth Reynolds, but there might not't be any relation, as my grandmother father was from England and settle in Philadelphia. If you need help with dealing with F.A.G. I'll be happy to assist. Warren
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