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toprich (#47032321)
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Shirley
Anna Leiby Gerber #85445545
I notice you have Anna on Find A Grave with a marker photo but her husband is not listed. Would you happen to know if he was buried by her by chance? His name is Daniel E. Gerber, 13 Sep 1820 - 13 May 1904. I am related to Anna but can no longer travel so can't get to the cemetery and live in AL.
Shirley
Added by Shirley on Apr 20, 2017 8:23 AM
Elsie Harmon
Find A Grave Memorial# 86354191 Frank Zimmerman
Hi, There is a Frank Zimmerman with the same birth year and death date in Union Hill cemetery that has a cemetery marker- FindaGrave 91652229 by Gladys Ivory. Is this the same person?
Elsie
Added by Elsie Harmon on Feb 02, 2017 9:58 AM
Joyce Roberts
Find A Grave Memorial# 86354162 -Elias Ziegenfuss
Name of wife on headstone is Elizabeth
Added by Joyce Roberts on Jan 03, 2017 5:57 PM
Pat D.
A new cemetery has been created at Ebenezer
This new cemetery is a duplicate of all the graves in the existing Ebenezer cemetery. The creator of this, Glenn Koch has refused to delete his memorials. Please need help getting this one eliminated and things back in order. Emial me any questions. Pat D
Added by Pat D. on Dec 22, 2015 8:48 AM
Lois Revenaugh
Slatedale Cemetery
Guess I should introduce myself since I've been working on the Slatedale Cemetery. I live in Michigan but my roots are PA. I shot the entire Slatedale Cemetery in August and am abt 1/2 thru posting the memorials and photos. Are you related to the Kern family? Many of the folks buried here are family to me. You can reach me at my e-mail address: Lrevenaugh@comcast.net
Lois Revenaugh
Added by Lois Revenaugh on Oct 24, 2014 2:54 PM
Lois Revenaugh
Edits
Hi - thank you for making the updates to the memorials in Slatedale so quickly. I also sent some bio updates to you via the e-mail. Will you add that info also? You can reach me at Lrevenaugh@comcast.net if you have concerns. Thanks.
Added by Lois Revenaugh on Oct 05, 2014 4:47 AM
Lois Revenaugh
Edit tab corrections
Hi - I see you are making the corrections that are sent to via the e-mail messages. However I don't think you are checking your "edit" tab on your contributor page. I've send a bunch of links for family members to you. Can you process them?
It's really a quick and easy way to do the edits - just accept the edits and hit the process edits button. Thanks bunches!!!
Lois Revenaugh
Added by Lois Revenaugh on Sep 25, 2014 1:37 PM
John Helfrich
Emory Gerber
Interesting fact about Emory Gerber. His death certificate says he committed suicide by shooting himself in the heart
Added by John Helfrich on Aug 04, 2014 1:47 PM
Shirley Zimmerman
Reuben Zimmrman
I am trying to tie in Reuben Zimmerman to his parents John & Perlina Zimmerman. By chance do you know who the parents of this Reuben Zimmerman are?
Our Reuben was born in Huntington Twp. Luz Co PA abt 1832 according to the census. The Reuben & Mary Bloss Zimmerman on find-a-grave are in Union Hill Cemetery, Weissport, Carbon Co., PA. Any help appreciated. Thank you. Shirley
Added by Shirley Zimmerman on Aug 20, 2013 11:31 AM
Everlastings
Steigerwalt
Thanks for adding all the Steigerwalt photos. I am searching for the graves of Wardell Francis Steigerwalt (Sept 16, 1920 - March 6, 2000) who died in Topton and his wife Barbara J. Merkel Steigerwalt (Sept 4, 1931 - Dec 19, 2009) who died in Florida. His parents were George and Cora Belle (Howerter) Steigerwalt. Wardell was an assistant district attorney in Lehigh County during the 1960s and 1970s. Perhaps you know something about the family, or will come across the tombstones in your travels. Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Everlastings on Jul 17, 2013 4:43 AM
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