|Bob Birmingham (#47084925)|
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I am documenting the small family cemeteries in the York County, Pa. area as I research my wife's family geneology. |
I will complete photo requests during my research, and when I travel to the central North Carolina coast.
Please feel free to use any of my photos for geneology purposes. I will gladly transfer memorials if they are in your direct family line.
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|Maggie Mac||70040134 Actual stone|
Bob, I just uploaded the actual stone to this memorial. You may want to delete your photos of the funeral plaques. Your call either way.
|Suzanne Cook Taylor||Lura Taylor Connor|
Thank you so much for the photos of Lura's resting place. I sincerely appreciate your taking time to do this.
Suzanne Cook Taylor
|David A. French||Thanks!|
Good Evening Bob,
Thanks so much for the transfers and for making their memorials.
All The Best,
|Crystal Leas||Grave of Leonard Leist (1710-1782)|
I am searching for the gravestone of my 6x great grandfather, Leonard Leist born in 1710, died Nov 16, 1782. He or his father purchased land from Penn. He was also a tavern owner in York, Pa. His wife was named Sarah and I believe she is buried there also.
|Dennis Brandt||William Wrent photo|
|Andrew Wells||Thank you|
The photo you provided for Sarah J Dickinson's Carteret County grave marker is much appreciated. It seems to indicate the one (Find A Grave #147125147) in the Anson County cemetery may have been abandoned, and reused by a Toney Smith.
|beegolden||Old Kreutz Creek|
Thank you so much for the 2 photos of this old cemetery. If you're ever back there, I'd so appreciate a look for Maria Magdalena Spengler Coleman (sp. var. Spangler and Kohlman), b. 1766, m. Valentine Coleman, d. ca. 1803. Maria and Valentine are my 4th great grandparents, through their son, Jacob. My email gramssearch4family "at" gmail.com
|P Ray Stanley||Airville UP Cemetery (old)|
Dear Mr. Birmingham, I am searching for an ancestor by the name of Andrew J Keys who was born in Virginia circa 1823 and died before 1860. I noticed the tombstone you photographed for Andrew J Keys (#84136727) and was wondering if this could be my ancestor. I don't know what he would have been doing in Pennsylvania, although he was a merchant.
During your research have you located any church/burial records for this cemetery? I know the church was reorganized, merged and later dissolved and some of the items were later burned in a fire in 1946. Do you have any suggestions on places I might search?
P Ray Stanley
|Kathy||Multiple eorge Gohns !|
Yep! I'm back again. I just found 4 George Gohn's & slowly getting them straight. But the only one that touches us directly is the one #50306764.
Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on Oct 09, 2016 11:42 AM
|Kathy||Two George Gohns?|
Sorry! I hit the wrong key.
Apparently there are two George Gohns.
The George who is a spouse to Magdalena (Dietz) Gohn #50306790 and has the same style stone as Magdalena is George Gohn #50306764.
I am assuming the other George #50306602, that you transferred to us, is the father to the George married to Magdalena. His stone is very well preserved even though it is a much older stone, & is readable. Please let me know if I'm right. In the mean time I will be researching the names. Thank you for your time. Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on Oct 09, 2016 11:09 AM
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