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Between working on my own family genealogy and starting to self study the American Civil War, I have found myself visiting cemeteries all over PA, MD, WV, VA, and anywhere else I may find myself on my travels.|
Any of the photos that I added of headstones MAY be used by their family.
Some of the names in my own genealogy are:
Fathers side: Imhoff, Bewley, Overly, Weaver, Eby, Shirk, Snavely, LeFevre, Parke, Rohrer, Landis, Vasbinder, Oberlin, Myer (Lancaster and Chester Counties in Pennsylvania)
Mothers side: Schell, Lontz, Hawk, Matter, Paul, Romberger, Reinoehl, Leitzel, Ritzman, Bordner, Klinger, Bender, Lebo, Minnich (Dauphin, Schuylkill, and Northumberland Counties in Pennsylvania)
If there are any corrections or additions you would like added or fixed on any of the memorial pages I added please feel free to contact me.
Profile picture taken at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia in May 2015
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|Peggy Bargen Duey||Memorial # 107498858|
Find A Grave is having some glitches when adding photos of the markers. On the one mentioned it has 4 photos; therefore, would you please delete 3 of them. A couple of days ago I added a photo and it came up with 2 of them....sigh. Thanks!!!!
|Sherry Wortman||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome. we moved up here recently so I will be doing more work in the area when I have the time or need a break from unpacking boxes!
|bill riegle||Raymond Dewey Reigle|
He had an older son, Homer T Riegle, born to his first wife who died in 1918.He was born 9/16/1918 and died 7/25/1982. Thank you
|Grammie||RE: Jesse Bewley|
You are so welcome! When I got the photo yesterday I noticed his veteran's flag holder sunk in the ground with only two points showing, but I couldn't pull it out. I called the local VFW and, in less than 24 hours, they had the marker out of the ground, placed and a flag flying proudly again! I will get a photo of the headstone, Civil War flag holder and flag in the next week or so.
I saw you were looking for more info on Jesse. I don't know what you already have but, there is info on the back of his Veteran's burial card:
Private Bewley, Jesse L
Bates History Vol 3 Page 917
Bates History is online, wonderful reading! I'm guessing, since you are studying the Civil War, that you are familiar with it.
If you need anything further from my part of Penn's Woods, let me know.
Happy Hunting ~
in eastern Lancaster Co PA
Added by Grammie on May 19, 2015 8:29 PM
|Stephanie Carpenter||Thank You|
Thank you so very much for the two photos for the Overly family. The service you provide really helps families connect. I really appreciate your time!
|Christopher Peters||John F. Nelson|
Good morning, I see you have a page for John F Nelson, husband of Rebecca (Heberling) Nelson/Behney. I was wondering if you have any further information on John as he is my 2nd Great Grandfather on my Maternal Grandfathers side (Leo C Gibson). Any help would be much appreciated as I seem to be at a dead end with him.
|Angela (Hart) Masterson||Frances S. Hart Perseponko|
Thank you so much for adding the headstone of my Great-Aunt Frances S. Hart Perseponko
|Deborah (Hoffman) Weiner||RE: Susannah (Chubb) Baker|
Thanks. I'm patient for your return. Hope you find it!
|Deborah (Hoffman) Weiner||Susannah (Chubb) Baker|
RE: Powells Valley Stone Church, Halifax Twp., Dauphin, PA
I see you noted that her husband was Henry Baker (1811-1866). Susannah's tombstone says MOTHER at the top. Is there a stone for Henry Baker? Seems he would be buried in the same cemetery, with FATHER at top. Susanna's stone looks to be in good condition. Thanks, Deborah.
|Rhonda Scott Witwer||RE: William Radel|
You're very welcome. I posted another picture tonight - he had a wreath in front of his gravestone, which was very nice. Happy holidays to you.
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