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Bette (#47330616)
 member for 7 years, 22 days
Liz Gowanlock
Photo request
I see that on Ancestry there is a photo for Lizzie Jane Godshall (Find a Grave Memorial #64159765) and her husband Tilghman Meyers (Find a Grave Memorial #64159885) submitted by AFCsearch. Did you take the photo? If so, could you add it to their memorial pages?

Added by Liz Gowanlock on Dec 12, 2016 9:35 AM

Mike
RE: Plumsteadville Cemetery picture
It is here:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=crMap&CRid=45801

Added by Mike on Sep 17, 2014 12:43 PM

Glenn Benner
Isaac Means -Lancaster
Hi Bette, Noticed that You have done some work on the Means family. Trying to track down info on the Isaac Means who is buried @ Mt. Airy EC. In Lancaster Co. He served in 2nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry with my GG-Grandfather in Civil War. Died 1864. Looking for Decendants.

Added by Glenn Benner on Dec 05, 2013 10:25 AM

RCM
RE: John Snyder grave photo
Thank for the info. I corrected the photo

Added by RCM on Mar 02, 2013 7:27 PM

Tim Philips
Vaughn
Thanks so much Bette for the Photo of Gertrude Vaughn. I appreciate you and if I can ever return the favor I will.

Tim

Added by Tim Philips on Jan 29, 2013 3:14 PM

Mahogany Devereaux
Words can not express...
Bette,
Thank you so much for the photos. Words can not express how grateful I am.
Mahogany

Added by Mahogany Devereaux on Jan 23, 2013 7:53 PM

Amanda Smith
Saint Peters Episcopal Church Glenside, Pa
Bette,

I seen that you posted a photo on a memorial for this cemetery. Is the only ones located there the ones on your photo? I have family that is buried at Glenside but I havent been able to find any other cemetery thats located there yet. I figured you are familiar with the area and if you know of any other or can answer my questions I would greatly appreciate it!

Thank You,
Amanda

Added by Amanda Smith on Nov 27, 2012 2:41 PM

dtreat
Oops
Sent the message twice. Sorry. Diane

Added by dtreat on May 29, 2012 7:53 PM

dtreat
Valentine and Maggie Means Ruth, Hillside Cem.
Hi, Bette. Maggie Means is a distant cousin (5th cou 2x rem) of mine. May I use the photos of her and Valentine's headstone, plus the one of Paul's, for my tree on Ancestry? Also, I seem to have inherited the memorial for Valentine, probably because I asked a question about it, but if you are a close relation (which I gather from the memorials you have made) I can transfer the memorial to you. Just let me know. Regards, Diane

Added by dtreat on May 29, 2012 7:52 PM

dtreat
Valentine and Maggie Means Ruth, Hillside Cem.
Hi, Bette. Maggie Means is a distant cousin (5th cou 2x rem) of mine. May I use the photos of her and Valentine's headstone, plus the one of Paul's, for my tree on Ancestry? Also, I seem to have inherited the memorial for Valentine, probably because I asked a question about it, but if you are a close relation (which I gather from the memorials you have made) I can transfer the memorial to you. Just let me know. Regards, Diane

Added by dtreat on May 29, 2012 7:52 PM

Honoring Our Angels
Pictures
RE: Please note discrepancy between memorial birth date (1855) and gravestone birth date (1851)

Oh my another puzzle to solve. Thanks for the pictures, another creator had all the family in a different cemetery, at least I now know they are really there.
Jackie Munn ROJM member 46915173

Added by Honoring Our Angels on May 28, 2012 12:29 PM

Honoring Our Angels
Dupkicate memorials?
Thank you for all the pictures. As far as Florence M. Plusch, I wish I knew if they were duplicates. I did not create the memorials and was hoping the marker pictures would clear up the confusion. The Munns are my relatives and both are created by the same user. I guess I'll have to ask the creator.
Thanks again for the pictures, Jackie Munn ROJM member 46915173

Added by Honoring Our Angels on May 28, 2012 12:19 PM

VintageMom
Laura A. Means
Bette..
I had Laura in my notes, but needed to confirm what had happened to her prior to the 1900 census. Laura, 22, the eldest daughter, was married Nov. 1899 to Charles C. Walker--and that explains her absence on the 1900 census. Found her memorial (and her husband's, as well) and have sent the request to have her linked to her parents. Many hands (and eyes) make light work of these memorials-in-progress and I'm always happy to add, and appreciative of, information from others. Thank you for writing. :)

Added by VintageMom on Apr 24, 2012 7:28 PM

VintageMom
Laura A. Means
Bette..
I had Laura in my notes, but needed to confirm what had happened to her prior to the 1900 census. Laura, 22, the eldest daughter, was married Nov. 1899 to Charles C. Walker--and that explains her absence on the 1900 census. Found her memorial (and her husband's, as well) and have sent the request to have her linked to her parents. Many hands (and eyes) make light work of these memorials-in-progress and I'm always happy to add, and appreciative of, information from others. Thank you for writing. :)

Added by VintageMom on Apr 24, 2012 7:28 PM

VintageMom
Laura A. Means
Bette..
I had Laura in my notes, but needed to confirm what had happened to her prior to the 1900 census. Laura, 22, the eldest daughter, was married Nov. 1899 to Charles C. Walker--and that explains her absence on the 1900 census. Found her memorial (and her husband's, as well) and have sent the request to have her linked to her parents. Many hands (and eyes) make light work of these memorials-in-progress and I'm always happy to add, and appreciative of, information from others. Thank you for writing. :)

Added by VintageMom on Apr 24, 2012 7:27 PM

RosalieAnn
Abington cemetery
Thank you for getting pictures in Abington Presbyterian Cemetery - particularly the other side of the DuBree monument. It gives me a lot more information about the DuBrees than I had

Added by RosalieAnn on Jul 24, 2011 6:12 PM

RosalieAnn
Yerkes grave
Thank you very much for the photo on Anthony's grave.

Added by RosalieAnn on Jun 16, 2011 3:16 PM

RosalieAnn
Mary Ann Ayers
Thank you very much for adding the photo of her stone. I appreciate it very much

Added by RosalieAnn on May 08, 2011 8:20 AM

Patti Sommers
RE: Rachel Kulp/Catherine Nunemaker
You're welcome, glad I could help!

Added by Patti Sommers on Apr 02, 2011 8:01 AM

Stacey Anderson
George Sentman
Thank you so much for adding the headstone photo.
You are greatly appreceiated.

Thank you again,
Stacey

Added by Stacey Anderson on Oct 31, 2010 3:07 PM

Karen Marshall
Martin Fretz
Thank you for your efforts, I appreciate it very much.

Added by Karen Marshall on Oct 29, 2010 5:24 PM

RosalieAnn
Charles Ayres
Thank you for filling my requests - there were two possible Charles Ayres that could be buried there and I wasn't sure which one he was until I got the dates.

Added by RosalieAnn on Oct 03, 2010 7:07 PM

 
 

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