|John Schimpf (#4493421)|
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Exploring cemeteries started as a morbid curiosity in my early teens, as we were close to old Quaker cemeteries in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, PA. I started to realize that every stone represented a life, and the lives that were touched by an individual. Now, thanks to the Internet, the necropolis can be brought to the comfort of my desk on my computer screen. I post pictures from time to time, and I would like to research and add the many Civil War burials from Mount Vernon Cemetery, Lehigh Ave., and The Woodlands, Woodland Ave., both in Philadelphia, PA.|
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|Carol Schimpf||Are you related to|
Are you related to Fred J Schimpf Sr and Lucy W. Schimpf who lived in Philadelphia? I am their granddaughter and working on a family history. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
|Laurel Shimpfky Marcucci||Schimpf / Shimpfky|
I live in CO and have visited a cemetery in Elbert, CO where my mother grew up. there are several Schimpf family members buried here. John Schimpf b. 1821, Christian Schimpf b. 1829 and Lena Schimp Narron b. 1878. just wondering if you might be related.
also, my maiden name is Shimpfky and it was originally spelled Schimpfky.
|John Vincent "VINCE" Powers||Pelatiah Webster, Jr....HELP!|
I recently found out a cousin of my GGGGGGrandpa's was Pelatiah Webster Jr (1726-1795), a "FORGOTTEN" Founding Father who is supposed to be in Mt. Vernon Cem...I'm trying to get him "FAMOUS" status, and need a grave PIC for him too! Could you please check into this for me?
New Waverly, TX
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Schimpfs of Philadelphia|
Nice picture John!
Are you related to Valentine or Martin Schimpf of Philadelphia, by any chance? If so, I would love to hear from you.