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Otto Duo (#48339992)
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Bio Photo Finding out much about my family history in the past few months has brought great joy to my life. Through research on them I found Find a Grave, such a GREAT place, and many have here have helped me through my search. My daughter and I have started taking on requests, and have been enjoying helping others and also spending time together. When the weather gets warms, and the snow melts we will be adding to our list of people requests.

My family loves to go searching with me, it is a great way to spend time together.

My interests are:
Lanier, Sutter, Harris, St. John, Otto, Encke, James

For many years I held onto a Family Bible in hopes to return it to a family member. Yesterday 03-08-2014 my dream came true when I was able to return it to a WONDERFUL Lady Maria Cole-Starliper. I was able to find Maria right here on Find-A-Grave. I cannot begin to express the wonderful joy I felt by being able to give this back to Maria. Thanks Find-A-Grave for this wonderful site that has help me make so many connections with family, and wonderful people.
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Deborah Domenici
RE: Robert Harrington
So I guess you mean-you took the picture of my Dad's grave sight. And added it? Thank You.

Who requested Evelyn? That is my Dad's Mother.

Deborah
Added by Deborah Domenici on Jul 20, 2015 12:06 AM
Carol & David
RE: Easton Library
Yes, that was me. I noticed your name and wondered about you being under the Otto Trio listing. I have seen your pictures in Forks Cemetery among other places. My husband and I took quite a few of the old section in Forks Cemetery where my 4X and 5X grandparents are buried before they are totally gone. I hope one day to photograph all of Forks Cemetery as a project. Carrie and Allen who did most of the original listing on Find A Grave, used the Forks Cemetery online records and many of them have the wrong dates so I have been sending updates to her as I photograph there. I think they used the burial dates in some cases. If you would ever like to get together and work together in this type of project let me know. Carol
Added by Carol & David on Sep 17, 2014 4:28 AM
lesnyder1
RE: John Kronenbitter
Thank you SO much for all of your hard work on behalf of John Kronenbitter and the other members of the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers! I was beginning to wonder if he might be one who was interred without a marker. Somehow, wherever he is, I have to believe he might be smiling a bit today knowing folks like you cared enough to walk the grounds until you found his grave. My hunch is that you may be correct about the others. I would welcome the opportunity to learn more about anything you noticed on the other grave markers you mentioned. Please feel free to email me whenever convenient. (My address is on my Find A Grave member page.) Again, many, many thanks.

Laurie
Added by lesnyder1 on Aug 18, 2014 1:01 PM
Buck
Easton Cemetery
I wonder if the three soldiers' graves that you are hunting might be in Single Ground A rather than Section A? Good luck with them!
Added by Buck on Aug 16, 2014 2:45 PM
lesnyder1
Sgt. Frederick Hubble/Hubel, Corp. Adam Lawrence, Pvt. John Kronenbitter
I am so genuinely touched that you cared enough about these three soldiers to schlep to the Easton Library when you couldn't find their headstones. The information you were able to locate was helpful re: surname spellings, and certainly appears to confirm that these three members of the 47th Pennsylvania are at rest in the cemetery - and that their burial locations are known. So, hopefully, family members or the Sons/Daughters of Union Veterans will be able to persuade the federal government to provide grave markers for these men who fought to preserve the Union. Many, many thanks for taking the time to help.

Laurie
Added by lesnyder1 on Aug 14, 2014 12:21 AM
Deborah Domenici
Robert Harrington
Sorry for the type error. I have problems with my letter D on my keyboard.

Suppose to read birth date
death date
Added by Deborah Domenici on Jun 11, 2014 4:56 PM
Deborah Domenici
Robert Harrington Grave photo
I'm just curious if someone requested you take a picture of Robert's gravestone? I am his daughter.

Thanks,
Deborah

His birth ate 11/8/27
death ate 11/20 1972
Added by Deborah Domenici on Jun 11, 2014 4:54 PM
Harry's Daughter
Kohler
It is probably that there is no marker or gravestone. I got her location from the cemetery. Thanks for your efforts.
Added by Harry's Daughter on Jun 09, 2014 9:04 AM
Carrie and Allen
Kachline photo
Thanks so much for taking this photo for me, it must have been quite a hunt!
Added by Carrie and Allen on Mar 30, 2014 6:52 PM
Maria Cole-Starliper
Thank you! You are my angel!
Kim Otto is an ¡§Angel¡¨. Kim¡¦s neighbor was moving to a nursing home and the family members threw out a bunch of books and papers. Kim had the good sense and heart to rescue them from the trashcan 13 years ago. Kim has been on the constant search for a family member of the heirlooms for the past 13 years. And, she finally found that family member¡Kme. Kim contacted me just last Thursday and asked me very direct questions about my family tree¡KKim was going to make sure I was an authentic family member before she handed over these precious heirlooms. ƒº She was so excited to find a family member and when I found out what those heirlooms were¡K. it was a gift that any genealogist or family historian dreams about. That neighbor was Dolores Mitman, my 2nd cousin twice removed and Dolores was holding onto her Great Grandparents family bible; which are my 3rd Great Grandparents!!! Elias (1841-1899 and Villetta Cole nee Seip (1849-1929). The family bible is at least 142 years old! It will be a cherished heirloom for our family. I am just amazed at Kim¡¦s fortitude and determination to find a family member all these years. Therefore, on behalf of my family we are truly grateful. You have delivered us a priceless gift. Thank you Kim!!!
Added by Maria Cole-Starliper on Mar 09, 2014 9:47 PM
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