|Denny Super-Witwer (#48062967)|
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My name is Denny Super-Witwer and I've been doing my family genealogy research for nearly 20 years now. I am 36 years old as of 2013. I not only research my last names of Super and Witwer, but I also research some of my other ancestral names, Riegel, Stoyer/Steiger, Ludwig, Brennan, Free, Landis, Bean, Zerbe, Sturgis, Urich, Henne and Fox just to name a few. I have been able to trace some family lines back to 1601 in Germany. I am a Berks County Native where I have family lines that have settled here back before the Revolutionary War. This particular site has been a HUGE help for me to fill in many blanks in my genealogy. I am happy to contribute any information that I may have to this site to help others in there search. I have a TON of photographs of grave sites that have not yet been added to this site and when I have the time, I will scan them into my PC and add them here. Please feel free to ask me anything regarding the surnames I've listed above. Who knows perhaps we are distant relatives. IF you are a SUPER, PLEASE feel free to contact me, I have LOTS of blanks and maybe you can help me. Also, if you happen to have an EDWARD FREE in your family line born in the mid 1800s dying in the early 1900's please let me know... as I need to find this guy... He's my G.G.grandfather who looks just like me! Thanks!!!|
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|Todd Graybill||Correction requested|
You have an erroneous listing for Norma G. Stoyer. The St. John's Church of Auburn has two cemeteries. One is the "original" cemetery located adjacent to the church just north of Pearson Street in Auburn. The second is the "new" cemetery located east of Auburn adjacent to Rt. 895 and this cemetery listing on findagrave.com contains the description "new" in it. You presently have Norma G. Stoyer as having been interred in the original cemetery but her gravesite is actually in the 'new' cemetery. You may want to correct this so her site of interment is correctly listed.
|E Hilbert||RE: Buster Free and mother|
The Zieglers I am researching are also late arrivals and stayed mostly in Philadelphia.
|E Hilbert||Rebecca Scheetz Free|
Not to get in the middle of things, but your memorial for her is a duplicate of an older memorial that links her to her Scheetz family and has a photo of the Free tombstone.
Perhaps you and Tricker can work something out.
|E Hilbert||Edgar Floyd Free|
Thank you for posting the photograph of Buster Free. He was my father-in-law's 1st cousin. His mother, Rebecca Scheetz was his mother, Cecelia Scheetz's sister. I have been trying to parse through my husband's family tree for about 20 years and can trace his PA roots back to the 1730s, but the Scheetz were more recent emigrants.
Do you have any photos of Rebecca or any of the Scheetz?
|Maria Harvey||Alice Zerbe Witwer|
So, we are distant cousins!
My great grandparents were Samuel and Katie Zerbe. I would love to chat about what you have found on them.
I live about 2 miles from the old Alleghenyville Church.
you can call my business line 717-917-7006
Thank you for the info. I added it to the memorial and transferred all the Witwer names that I had over to you as I do not have that surname in my family tree and you probably have much more information to add to the memorials.
Best wishes, Dana
Hi Denny; I'm glad you found them!! I have transferred them to you! Thanks!!
Added by Tricker on Mar 01, 2013 5:37 AM