|Susan Kerr (#48435768)|
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|A freelance author, I write a weekly column, Return of the Native, for the Leader-Vindicator newspaper in New Bethlehem PA. I also write occasional articles about historical and genealogical topics related to southern Clarion and northern Armstrong counties.|
I'm on something of a mission to "gather up the strays," as a special friend calls it. I do it with living people, and now I'm doing it with deceased ones.
Unmarked, neglected and unknown graves are unbearably sad and lonely. Giving these people back their names and acknowledging their lives just feels right.
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|Mark Weitzel||RE: Lucas Family|
Hi Susan, I have never been able to knock down the "Brick Wall". If you Google farringer holmlund, you will see a site with a lot of info., but no Maria. If you should find any good info. I would love to know about it. Thank You! Mark
|Mark Weitzel||Lucas Family|
Hi Susan, Thank You for the info. on Philip Lucas. I had the info., but had yet to add it to Findagrave. I have now done so and added additional information which you may or may not have. I Believe Philip was the son of Daniel Lucas and Eva Margaretha Ulrich, both born in Germany. Daniel was married to a unknown, had 3 daughters and she passed away. He then married Eva on 10 November 1751 at Atolhoe Township, Berks County, PA. Eva was the Mother of Philip. They lived along the Tulpehocken Creek in Berks County. Daniel came to America in 1740 from Germany.
The mystery is...was Peter's wife was a Ferringer or Carr?
Thanks again, Mark