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Caryn Shill-Ayscue (#47005497)
 member for 16 years, 6 months, 14 days
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Bio Photo I started researching my family when I was still a teenager and was staying with my grandparents during the summer. Our family bible showed 5 generations of names with some dates and siblings of my ancestors. This was work started by my grandmother. I did help a few years while on vacation with them. I loved getting dragged to cemeteries. My first genealogy report listed only 81 names. I now have linked over 4,000 and those are just the ones that I have proven are related. With the help of Find A Grave I can pay my respects to my ancestors that I have found and share their memorials with other family members. And thanks to Find A Grave I have found the wife of one I have been searching for. Her husband, my great grand uncle Larry (Lawrence) Shill still eludes me. So thanks to all of you for making this site so succesful. If I have posted any of your family or research I will be more than happy to transfer them to you.
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Jane Feldmann Cook
Dear Lord I think I'm wrong about George's stone. I think that might be George's stone behind Adam's when I enlarge the one photo. I know I looked at them and don't know how I could have missed it. It is hard to see the surname but I am back there often enough so I will go back soon and take a look. Forgive my senior moment. Jane
Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on May 21, 2017 6:53 PM
Jane Feldmann Cook
Hi Caryn, First of all the bad news; I don't have a photo of the stone for George Itzel. I recorded that stone before the days of cell phone cameras. Secondly, I'd be glad to transfer who you'd need but please send them individually in the edit section of their own memorials. That way I know I am sending the correct people and get them all.Thanks and good luck. Jane
Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on May 21, 2017 6:46 PM
Jane Feldmann Cook
Itzel edits
Hi Caryn, do you have a source for the link for George Itzel to Maria Itzel as his mother? I like to confirm data before I make changes or else I'll put it in the bio with a note. Also, if you have a source for Adam Itzel's date and place of birth and death I'd appreciate it. I did find him in the Maryland State Archives but only a year. (BTW, I'm guessing that his mother died from complications of childbirth since she died just a few days later. What a heartbreak). If this group is family for you just let me know if you'd like them transferred. Jane
Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on May 19, 2017 11:34 AM
Jane Feldmann Cook
George Itzel photo request
Hi Caryn, I took some of your Itzel photos at Holy Redeemer but George's stone is no longer there. I started my research there between 10-15 years ago and there was a stone sometime back then. Some of my family's old stones are missing too. Jane
Added by Jane Feldmann Cook on May 18, 2017 6:44 AM
Kimberly Monroe
You have the above number shown as 'William James Monroe, Jr'. That is wrong. The gravestone is marked wrong. That gravestone is 'William B. Monroe'. He was married to Annie V. My father and I are trying to find out how we can get the gravestone corrected. William B. Monroe was my great-grandfather. His son, William Jesse Monroe Sr. was my grandfather. Please correct the name on your grave finder record.
Added by Kimberly Monroe on Dec 06, 2016 8:21 PM
David Abraham "Sonny" Werblin
and his wife are buried in Fair View Cemetery in Monmouth County NJ, just as his son is.
Fair View Cemetery
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Added by Kat on Sep 22, 2016 1:57 PM
Laura Jennings
Washington Morton & Rebecca Schill
Hi. If I am correct Washington Morton was my great great great grandfather. I have been trying to research the Morton family for some time now. I would like to go over the Morton/Schill family with you if possible? Please contact me at

Thank's, Laura
Added by Laura Jennings on Aug 27, 2015 11:30 AM
Please contact Waldheim Cemetery to get the specific burial location of your relative. There is a request form online that you can fill out. Thanks.
Added by Keri on Jul 28, 2015 12:18 PM
ken striker
Lawrence Schell/Shill #5788788
I took pictures, their stones are still standing. The stone for Joseph is broken, but laying flat. I posted pics at subject memorials

re: Lawrence and Elizabeth Shill
I took photos of their graves in 2001 and posted them. My big concern is that they are still standing. They are in Lot 130. There are other family members there as well. I just saw the horrific damage done to the stones at Beavertown Cemetery.
Added by ken striker on Jun 30, 2015 12:44 PM
ken striker
Lawrence Shill at Beavertown Cemetery

I deleted my duplicate memorials as you suggested. I will look for any damage at Lot 130 next time over to Beavertown Cemetery. I was concerned as to damage to Civil War Stones. I made a virtual cemetery that you can check out:

Ken Striker: 47489461
Added by ken striker on Jun 23, 2015 6:13 PM
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