|Neil D Scheidt (#47099775)|
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My particular areas of interest are Berks, Montgomery, Schuylkill, Chester, Montour and Lehigh Counties in Pennsylvania. My strongest passion is to locate and honor all war veterans who sacrificed years of their youth,healthy lives and sometimes their adulthood. They must never be forgotten.|
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My Patriots of the Revolution include:
George Herbst 1712, George Dry 1725, Johannes Koch 1725, Jacob VanReed 1726, Michael Bauer 1729, Daniel Guldin 1735, Johann Christian Scheidt 1736, Michael DeLong 1739, Phillip mathias 1740, Bernhard Eitel 1745, Michael Krebs 1744, Henrich Knauss 1746, John De Turck 1747, Marmaduke Von Buskirk 1750, John Grant 1754, Sebastian Koch 1757, John Breidegam 1757, William Krumrath(Cronrath). My Loyalist who fought for the British is Christian Flicker.
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|Tim H||RE: Memorial# 47350288|
No, I'm not aware of the cemetery location. It's in Muhlenberg Township, Berks County. The exact location is a mystery.
Added by Tim H on Mar 22, 2017 8:16 AM
|Tim H||Memorial# 47350288|
I'm looking for the grave of Captain Daniel B Deturk. He is an ancestor of mine, but I can not pinpoint his gravestone. I was hoping you could send me coordinates.
Added by Tim H on Mar 21, 2017 9:34 PM
|Jamie H Shrum||Cyrus Gramm|
Thank you so much for all the information posted about Cyrus. There are so many errors between the two Cyrus & Susan Gramm families on Ancestry that are just perpetuating throughout the trees. Just wanted you to know that I appreciate the work you put into the research.
|Sandi Gill||RE: Susanna Moyer Deisher|
You sent me a correction on Mar 17. Maiden name, and change if date.
|Sandi Gill||Susanna Moyer Deisher|
You want to change the date of Susanna Deisher's death to 8 Nov from 9 Nov, which is on the headstone. Do you have a source? If so, I will glady do so and make appropriate notes in the bio. as to the difference.
|Gina Reardon-Gaddis||Adelaide Hoffman|
No need to delete yours. I deleted mine.
|Suki Davey||Albert H Letourneau|
I sent you a new SAC on his parents. Adjutor is his brother (not his father)...sorry for the confusion. The individual who has the records doesn't research birth and death dates...she just uses a death date and inputs as many records as she can. BTW: Albert's middle name is Hector. He was married twice, Marie Fedora Melancon on May 31, 1926 at St. Joseph's Church, Biddeford, Maine and Emeliene Josephine Roux on April 14, 1945. Regards, Suki Davey
|becky speltz olson||Ludwig "Louis" Huyett|
For the Find A Grave Memorial# 47491873, there is a comment referenced under the photo stating buried under the chapel... and it appears to reference your name...
Do you know anything further about this? Are there church records or other notes that might have indicated that Ludwig Huyett was buried under the chapel? Or is it possible that it is general use photo of the church and it just happened to have that text?
Any info you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! becky
|Gail Ulrich||Johannes Ulrich|
Johannes Ulrich who died in 1825 in Cumru is not the son of Adam and Cath. (Benfield) Ulrich but the son of Balthaser and Susanna. His Death is recorded in Trinity Lutheran Church page 372 giving a birthdade of 9/15/1788 and a burial date of 1/10/1825, age 36/4/5 and also mentioning his parents. He is not the one who is buried in Ulrich;s cemetery. Gail Ulrich
|Michele||John Croushore (|
Hi Neil -- I'm curious whether there's an actual marker for John Croushore (1736-1790). I believe he is the same as my husband's ancestor, Johannes Kraushaar -- bio below. The name was changed to Croushore later.
Thanks! -- Michele
Sometimes referred to as John Croushore. Name is also sometimes spelled Grausshaar or Groushore or Crouser. Born in either 1726 or 1735 in the Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Came to US from Germany in 1750 via ship Priscilla from Rotterdam, sworn in in Philadelphia 12 Sept 1750 (Pennsylvania German Pioneers, p. 443-4).His known residences were Ft. Allen PA (1774) and Hempfield TWP, Westmoreland County, PA. His wife was Maria Appolonia Alvanina. (http://www.oocities.org/heartland/hills/9283/index-PA.html) Settled first in Northampton Co. PA, then came to Westmoreland. In 1774,
He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War, serving as a Private in Captain Christopher Truby's Company, Westmoreland County Associators and Militia.
Added by Michele on Mar 04, 2017 2:38 PM
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