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|John-David Bartoe||Anna Margretha Diedrich # 43974102|
Sorry to bother you, but I cannot read the grave stone # 43974102, Anna Margretha Diedrich. Do you have a text of all words on the stone. It's OK that it's in German.
Can you please also move his wife, Mary, 41177202, to 181383312. Same problem as George.
Can you please move your photo from 41177183 to 181383262. The photo'd memorial is in the incorrect cem, as the photo is of Centerville Memorial Park, not the adjacent church.
|Sarah J B F||Mother of Miriam I. Keckler Arendt|
I wanted to give you a source for the correction I just sent. Although Miriam lists Abraham and Eliza Keckler as her parents when she married, it appears they were actually her grandparents who raised her. 1900 census lists her as Miriam I. Carey, granddaughter in Abraham's household. Then I found this in the following source:
Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Collection Name: Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 671 (Ancestry.com):
Name: Miriam I Kechler
Baptism Age: 0
Event Type: Baptism
Birth Date: 19 Mar 1888 Illegitimate
Baptism Date: 4 Apr 1888
Baptism Place: Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA
Organization Name: St James Evangelical Lutheran
Mother: Nettie (Carey)
So it appears Abraham and Eliza's daughter Janetta (Nettie) was the mother of Miriam, and she died within weeks of the baby's birth. Abraham and Eliza then raised Miriam.
|Mama Gail||RE: Carl Bolen|
Yes, I agree with all info you've stated. However, I did find his Pa Death Cert. it indicates he was 'b. 27 Feb 1863 and d. 26 Dep 1929.' Hopefully the Pa Death Cert. informant knew Carl well enough to have the correct information. Thanks for taking the time to 'confirm' my findings. Gail
|Nannette||N. Roy Burkholder F.A.G #52995232|
I had copied this memorial that you had posted with the pictures of the headstone and the baseplate engravings back on 08 Sep 2015. Today I go to find the memorial and none is found. Can you tell me what happened to it? Has it been merged with another?
Added by Nannette on May 25, 2017 3:18 PM
|Anonymous||Simon Peter Goodyear pic|
Thank you for adding the new picture to Simon's memorial 53321839! Will you please also add it to Anna Langheine's memorial 53321856 and remove the picture currently attached? It is the wrong one.
Also attach it to their daughter Stella's memorial
Thanks so much!!
|Olive Hoffman||Peters tombstone photos|
Thank you so much for taking/uploading the photos I requested of the tombstones for Clayton A. Peters and his wife Mary Katherine (McCreary) Peters. Quick response and nice clear photos.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Barbour, Jeremiah & Catherine|
Thank you so much for the photos of monument of Jeremiah and Catherine Barbour. A bonus that it also had William S Barbour. Could you possibly add the same photo to 38281965?
|Patricia Weachter||Bender Photo|
Thank you so much. You are appreciated.
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