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Amy Hunt (#47263728)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 25 days
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Melvin L. Halterman
MEMORIAL TRANSFER
Thanx for the transfer of the Florence Evelyn Culp Timmins memorial.

Added by Melvin L. Halterman on Jun 11, 2016 6:40 AM

SueAnn
Please transfer my family to me :)
Amy Hunt,
You have done such a wonderful job of starting and maintaining memorials. Your pictures are always crystal clear. Every letter or number is perfectly readable on the grave markers that you have photographed.
Thank you for your hard work.
Please transfer 3 memorials to me. They are my family. I would like to bring their memorials "home".
Earl Stein #87861083
Elaine Spiegel #87860759
Jacob Spiegel #87860691

My name is Sue Ann. My Find A Grave # is 47069096

Thank you, Amy.

Added by SueAnn on Jun 07, 2016 10:59 AM

Sgt Daxter
Transfers
Thanks for the transfer of the memorials for John and Minnie McIlhenny.

D. Hawpe

Added by Sgt Daxter on Jun 07, 2016 7:20 AM

Mary V.
J Howard Smith transfer
Thank you so much for the transfer of my husband's grandfather's page. ~~ Mary V.

Added by Mary V. on Jun 06, 2016 7:24 AM

gene digger
Your FAG Picture Request
For James Sibert at Greenlawn Cem in Moundsville, WV. Are you sure of the spelling? There are several Siburts in Greenlawn, no Siberts. There is a James W Siburt, 1871-1933 on a double stone with his wife, Irene 1879-1967. I have the photos. --- Tom.

Added by gene digger on Apr 05, 2016 2:40 PM

I love genealogy
Humes - Ft. Lincoln
In order to have your request fulfilled, please call Lincoln Cemetery and ask for the exact location of the grave. They can be a little difficult about giving out this information and it may take several calls. Just keep bugging them. 301-864-5090. Post the location in the memorial page in order to have your request fulfilled. It is impossible for requests to be fulfill the request without this info because they will not give it to us. The cemetery is huge and can not be walked. Thanks

Added by I love genealogy on Mar 29, 2016 6:40 AM

Robert Carter
Peter Savilla Delaplane
There seems to be two Peter's buried at Grace Rocky Hill Lutheran Church Cemetery. Memorial #54489085 (Amy Hunt) and #104478660 (Mike Hahn). I live in Georgia so cannot visit the cemetery. Peter had a daughter, Sophia Virginia Delaplane, born 21 Aug 1863 so it is important that her father's death is correct. The Men. #9085 has a death date of 1861 and a picture of the headstone. Mem. #8660 has death 15 Mar 1864 but no headstone. Peter and his brother signed the 1863-1865 Civil War Draft Registration sometime in July or August 1863 it was certified 30 October 1863. From this one would conclude that Mem. #9085 is not the Peter I am seeking. Can you provide me with any further information? Email rwc444@aol.com Thank you.

Added by Robert Carter on Feb 27, 2016 2:13 PM

Family Tree Climber
Thomas Six #100829653
Thank you for suggested edits on first name of John, and links to parents. I do verify all edits before accepting, so please send verifiable source information. Thanks!

Added by Family Tree Climber on Feb 04, 2016 7:04 AM

William Grimes-Wyatt
RE: Dorothy L. Adams, #53572056
Amy, I removedyour grandparents and added Dorothy L. Adams's photo. Feel frtee to copy from my web site. Just sopy it to your desktop and then copy from your desktop to your site.
good hearing from you. When you take a photo, include yourself in the shot of the stone an put a flower on everyone's F.A.G. I have had a number of people contact me with info. I also did a DNA and have many results. I can send you a swab and I will pay for it so you can find many genetic cousins.
Bernice said to say hi. I'll talk to you later.

Added by William Grimes-Wyatt on Feb 03, 2016 6:32 PM

bonita may
RE: incorrect information
Thank you for your response. I'm new to the find a grave site and really don't know my way around it yet. I appreciate your information.
Bonita May

Added by bonita may on Feb 03, 2016 4:00 AM

Genealogy Nut
RE: Mary and Ivan Naugle, Evergreen
Postings removed! Thanks for your efforts.

Added by Genealogy Nut on Feb 02, 2016 9:40 PM

Genealogy Nut
RE: Clifford Naugle, Evergreen, Gettysburg
Thanks. No transfer necessary. I removed the posting.

Added by Genealogy Nut on Feb 02, 2016 7:04 PM

bonita may
incorrect information
I've been doing research on my ancestors and have found some incorrect information on the grave information for Luther E. McDonnell. He is the son of John E and Mary E McDonnell but he his not a sibling. He was married to G Harriett McDonnell.
On G. Harriett McDonnell's information she is listed as a sibling. Again she was married to Luther E McDonnell. Luther and G Harriett never had children.
I would like to see this information changed to reflect the correct information if possible.

Added by bonita may on Jan 10, 2016 1:21 PM

Melvin L. Halterman
MEMORIAL TRANSFER
Thanx for the transfer of the Glenn E. Shafer memorial.

Added by Melvin L. Halterman on Nov 23, 2015 7:05 AM

BOKR1958
Thank you for your generosity
Thank you for the transfer of the memorial for Robert Charles "Champ" McKenrick. It was an unexpectedly kind gesture. I thank you for your contributions and efforts on Find-A-Grave.

Added by BOKR1958 on Nov 22, 2015 5:34 PM

angel searcher
Sheely & Mehring
Thank You so much for the transfers, that was very kind and thoughtful of you, and I really appreciate it alot. God Bless, and have a great Holiday!!

Added by angel searcher on Nov 22, 2015 4:49 PM

Bonnie
Albert C Delphey
Hi Amy,

Albert is a distant cousin of mine. He is the information for his memorial :

Albert C Delphey .... born 1879. Died at 16 year old on October 20, 1893. Obit appeared in The News , Frederick newspaper on October 27, 1893. He had been suffering with paralysis for past 5 years Buried in Haughs Church Cemetery at Ladiesburg, Frederick County, Md



Added by Bonnie on Nov 17, 2015 1:00 PM

Julie LeHunt
Silas Van Trump
Amy,

Unfortunately, I have been unable to find your Silas Van Trump in Kiplinger Cemetery in Cambridge City, Wayne County, Indiana. That doesn't mean he isn't there! I have just this evening added photos of tombstones for everyone whose stone I could attribute to them within a reasonable certainty. However, there were nine (9) stones for which I could not make out any of the inscriptions thereon. Although I added them to the cemetery itself, if you will email me directly at flamingojules@gmail.com, I'd be happy to send photos of those stones to you & maybe you could make out something I can't see. I grew up down the road from that cemetery; it is so very peaceful. I used shots of it for my 4H photo project in elementary school & WISH I could find them...I was certain there was a Revolutionary War veteran buried there. Given the age of most of the folks buried there, I assume someone served in a war somewhere, so I make certain to place an American flag there every Memorial Day.

Added by Julie LeHunt on Sep 23, 2015 4:51 PM

John Roby Morsberger
W. Glenn Routzahn & wife
W. Glenn Routzahn Memorial# 54130999
Eva May Routzahn Memorial# 54130990

September 3, 1915.--- Routzahn---Hightman.
A quiet, but pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frnk Hightman, near Burkittsville, at noon Thursday, Aug. 26, when their daughter, Miss Eva M. Hightman, became the bride of Mr. W. Glenn Routzahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Routzahn, south of Middletown. Rev. H. C. Erdman, pastor of the Burkittsville Lutheran church, performed the ceremony. … The bride was dressed in a gown of white crepe meteor. Her bridal veil was fastened with lilies of the valley, and she carried a bouquet of bride’s roses. … The house was lighted by pink and green candles and decorated with greens, with a large arch with a bell made of evergreen and asters. A dinner was served in honor of the bride and groom, who then left on a bridal trip to Cleveland, Ohio. [BRUNS CITZ 20SEP2015]

Source: The Brunswick Citizen published Sep. 17, 2015, “The Latest from the Last CENTURY” (gleaned from The Valley Register)
John Roby Morsberger

Added by John Roby Morsberger on Sep 21, 2015 2:19 PM

Shirley Angel
Evergreen Cemetery
I have a death certificate for my grandfather's sister and according to the certificate her body was taken to the Evergreen Cemetery in Adams County Gettysburg. I have tried a couple of times to contact someone at that cemetery and have yet heard back from anyone.

I am traveling to Gettysburg for the sole purpose of locating my great aunt and I am afraid that I will not be able to locate her without help. Is this something that you would be interested in helping me with? I don't know if there isn't a memorial for her, but no one has documented her through find a grave. Her name is Carrie Margaret Shellenberger Weiss and her official death date is June 22, 1929.

I would appreciate any help or advise that you have.

Shirley Angel

Added by Shirley Angel on Aug 30, 2015 5:15 PM

Dennis Keville Snyder
4 zerfing transfers

Please consider transferring the following to me to maintain:

George Morris Zerfing 80670435
Elsie Zerfing 80670503
Janet Zerfing Dobbins 80670656
Carol Zerfing 80670587

My wife's paternal uncle, spouse and 2 daughters.

Thank you,

dennis #47699424

Added by Dennis Keville Snyder on Aug 18, 2015 9:08 AM

Sid Courtney
Walter Hess
Thanks for the picture in Evergreen Cemetery of the graves of Nellie and Walter Hess. I was there last year, but couldn't find the grave, even though I had been there for Nell's burial in 1980. He was quite a man. He was a long time ag professor at Penn State and a vet of the WWI. I believe he was the last surviving WWI vet in the area.

Added by Sid Courtney on Aug 15, 2015 2:55 AM

Rebecca Herman
Clergy in the area, circa
Hello Amy,

I have ancestors in Franklin PA Washington MD and Frederick MD. One pair (Solomon Andrew and Hannah Bittinger) was reportedly married by "Prof. Krauth" in 1834 - Ancestry.com says in Gettysburg - I'm thinking that Gettysburg is where the records are, not where they were actually married, since the census has them in Guilford near Chambersburg. Do you know anything of this Professor Krauth? Maybe this is Charles Krauth, first president of Gettysburg College?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Porterfield_Krauth

Maybe because of your extensive research you have knowledge at the top of your head. Thanks very much for any info you are able to share!

Becky

Added by Rebecca Herman on Jul 30, 2015 9:06 AM

Jupiter
Transfer of cousin Ethel Wisler
Would you please transfer my cousin Ethel Wisler Memorial# 80671646 to me.

Thank you for all of your work.

Ken (Jupiter (#46536279)

Added by Jupiter on Jul 26, 2015 5:07 PM

wafe
Bernell T. Swain
This link [ http://mediasvc.ancestry.com/v2/image/namespaces/50001/media/NEWS-PA-TH_GE_TI.1971_07_01_0003.jpg?securitytoken=168b1384d98aa40f74bf0e150f4f1c46&download=false&client=IIV&imagequality=HighQuality&enhancement=AdaptiveContrast ] to her obit in the 01Jul1971 edition of the Gettysburg Times supports the changes submitted via the edit process.
thanks/Steve

Added by wafe on Jul 22, 2015 7:45 AM

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