|George Falk||Bernarda S Vento|
The edit is done.
|Dead weight||RE: J. Stephen Gold #138518292|
And thank you for the edits. I never know how anybody is related when all I have are names on a stone. So it's always interesting when family/researchers set me straight.
I transferred J and Dorothy to you. I like the photos you added.
J. Stephen Gold #138518292
Thank you for posting the headstone of my cousin and his wife. He is the author of "The German Golds In America" and contributed greatly to the collection of our family history.
It was wonderful to find your work and add the close of his life to his life's work.
|Marge & Bob||Gold|
You sent me some correction on who I think are your relatives if you would like I can transfer them to you
Thank you for the edits.
Hi, Thanks for the information on the Matzkes. Are you related?
|Amanda Bishop Burns||Mc Clung/Van Lear|
I have processed edits and links if these are your relatives I will be happy to transfer I do believe I have some more Van Lears to add I will check.
|Lois Revenaugh||James Garmen Singley|
You sent me a correction for James Garman Singley re: his birthdate. He is my great grandfather. Please contact me at Lrevenaugh@comcast.net
Thank you, Lois
|Charles Richard Patenaude, Jr.||Sharples Family|
Thanks for your input. Preston James was my great grandfather and Hatti Witman my great grandmother. Unfortuately, they divorced and Preston remarried. That is why he is buried in Meriden.
|Colleen Turnbow English||Edith Gordon Kiser|
Thank you for the information to link with her parents... it is completed.
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Union Cemetery Plaque at Stitzel Cemetery|
Thank you for sharing your photo. I think that Jacob Truckenmiller was almost the first person to have been buried there, just a guess. The property at one time may have been owned by Stitzel family. I know the GOLD family lived next to the cemetery when I went there in 1993. Appreciate your help. Happy Digging, Patsy
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