|chris_s||RE: Margaret Harriet Hoyl Jones|
You are quite welcome - so glad that I was able to find it for you.
Added by chris_s on Mar 19, 2017 7:00 PM
|chris_s||Margaret H Jones broken headstone|
Dear E Lankford,
I aligned this headstone "virtually" using photoshop in another photo so that you can read the epitaph and inscription better and see what is actually left of the headstone and imagine its shape. If you would like this photo, please contact me. Also, if I go back with someone stronger, I will move the broken piece into place.
Added by chris_s on Mar 18, 2017 7:45 AM
|Coleen||Roger Dale Nagel|
Thanks for taking this photo for me! It is great!
I appreciate your service!
Added by Coleen on Oct 16, 2016 5:15 PM
|James P. Harter||RE: Virginia Jones Coleman grave|
|Kristine Williams Quintero||Susanna Catharina Dales m Johann Peiter Heil|
Unfortunately the information you have for the wife of this Johann Peiter Heyl is incorrect.
A few years ago someone researching German marriage records found a marriage for a DIFFERENT Johann Peiter Heyl who married a Susanna Catharina Muller in Germany. The marriage record indicated that this couple subsequently sailed for America.
The researcher found Peiter Heyl with Susanna Catharina Dales in North Carolina and assumed that this was the same couple that married in Germany and so started a terrible confabulation of 2 different families.
This Johann Peiter Heyl left as a very small child and immigrated in 1709/10 as part of a large group of German refugees to England and Ireland during a time of war and famine in the German Palatinate.
He lived in the British Isles until sailing for Pennsylvania from Ireland on the ship "Robert and Oliver" (the ship now known as the "Robert and Alice"). He arrived in America on 11 Sep 1738 identifying himself as originally from “Palatinate on Rhine” signifying his status as a Palatine from this refugee group.
His marriage to Susanna Catharina Dales probably took place in Ireland or England where he was living at the time...NOT in Germany.
He could not possibly be the man who married the Freulein Mueller in Germany.
Please, please make the correction to Susanna Catherina Dales Muller by removing the mistaken "Muller" surname and any other mistaken connection to the marriage that took place in Germany.
Kristine Quintero (#47886668)
|LLoyd Nichols||RE: Margaret Ann Davis Jones|
Elizabeth, If you will sponsor the memorial, I will transfer it to you to do with as you please. Simply sponsor it for $5.00. All proceeds go to FindAGrave. This permanently removes all ads and also allows additional photos to be added. When you sponsor it, I will receive an email from FindAGrave letting me know and I will then transfer the memorial to your account.
Also, have you seen this?: https://s1.sos.mo.gov/records/archives/archivesdb/BirthDeath/Detail.aspx?id=43125&type=Death
|Darlene Athey-Hill||Find A Grave Memorial# 21495467|
The siblings you show for him, other than Elizabeth, are all incorrect and belong to another family. All of the children of Jacob and Catherine Huffman/Hoffman were baptised at All Saints Parish in Frederick, Maryland and appear in the old parish registers. The children were born between 1753-1764.
You can view their names/dates here: https://www.accessgenealogy.com/maryland/earliest-records-saints-parish-frederick-maryland-1727-1781.htm
|Carolyn Mason||RE: John Hoyle|
|Carolyn Mason||RE: Anna Elizabeth Hoyle Hovis|
|Don Blauvelt||Various Stillman Family SAGs|
Thank you for making various automatic SAGs for the Dr. Charles Stillam etal family. May I ask on what date those suggestions were made?
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