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|Dale Berger (#47433911)|
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|T Moore||Dorothy M. Bond Gould|
Thank you for letting me know about the correction to Dorothy's Memorial. I will update it ASAP
Added by T Moore on Aug 03, 2017 2:39 PM
|Gwynspekes||RE: Solomon Deibert|
Thank you Dale for your bio update. Got everything changed. If you want to add anything, please let me know.
|Dead weight||RE: Beckwiths and Fagans|
Thank you for the explanation. And thank you for including my original message. It's difficult to remember what was asked and Find A Grave doesn't include original messages with responses.
|Peggy Spengler-Moser||Elizabeth Horner 28824632|
Do you know that your photo for Elizabeth Horner #28824632 does not open?
Thank you so much for taking this photo - great job!
Added by Cookie on Aug 18, 2013 11:21 AM
|Lori Edwards||Carrie Von Steuben Herd|
I think my 2nd great aunt, Emma Roth Fritz and her husband Henry Fritz took Carrie in and raised her after her mother Ida Snyder Van Steuben passed. You memorials, led me to figure out that she and her sister were left orphaned once Ida passed. I really do not know much more about the situation, so I am guessing that perhaps they adopted her. I have information on Carrie once she married.
If you ever come across any information, I would be interested in what you find.
I also have a tree on ancestry.com (under Lori Goldman)
|Lori Edwards||Von Steuben family|
I see that you have created memorials for the Von Steuben family. Are you related? I have found that my 2nd great aunt and her husband took care of Carrie Von Steuben once ber mother died.
Made it to the cemetery yesterday. I did not get you note beforehand. However, we looked at all the visible graves and I did not see the one for Maria Werner you asked about (#79344093 - died 1861). Perhaps the stone is grown over and we just did not see it.
I do see you now have the picture for Anna Maria (Jotter) Werner (# 79349158, 1765-1853) showing for Maria 1861. This is incorrect so I suggest you delete that photo from Maria 1861. Also, I do not believe she was a wife of Heinrich, so I suggest you also delete the following text from Maria 1861's page:
W/o- Heinrich Werner.
Died age 90y 5m 10d, (Note, this is Heinrich's age at death which further indicates something is wrong with this record for Maria)
Heinrich Werner (1770 - 1861)).
I'm wondering if Maria 1861 is real. I suppose she could have been a second wife of Heinrich. However, it seems unlikely since he was already 83 when his first wife Anna Maria (Jotter) Werner died in 1853. It is also a little coincidental that the death date is 1861, the same as Heinrich's. I also have not seen any record of Maria 1861 in Ancestry either as a sibling or a child of Heinrich. I guess we won't know for sure unless her gravestone is found.
You do have the correct photo on the page for Anna Maria (Jotter) Werner (# 79349158, 1765-1853). She was the wife of Heinrich Werner so the notations on her page are correct.
Thanks again for getting the pictures. I didn't know if we were going to be able to go by on this trip so having your pictures was a good backup.
|Anonymous||Amandus Schaefer Grave Photo|
Thank you very much for promptly adding the photo of Amandus Schaefer's gravestone. I appreciate your doing it. It also did confirm that Find-a-Grave has his last name spelled incorrectly (which gave me fits locating him). The gravestone clearly shows it as "Schaefer" with an "ae" versus the "ea" shown in Find-a-Grave. I have sent a correction request.
We are actually in Bethlehem tonight on our way to Kingston NY and are planning to visit the Zion cemetery in the morning. So your photo was timely as I now know to look for an in-ground flat stone. Plus, you have cleaned it off, which I did not come prepared to do.
Again, thank you very much for posting the photo.
|Chris Yoder||Anna Maria Jotter Werner|
Thanks so much for taking this photo. It is quite a clear one and is appreciated.
Chris Yoder, Saugatuck, MI
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