|Allen Monasmith (#46880788)|
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Retired mechanical engineer with an interest in genealogy since 1976, and a home computer since 1986.|
My sister first got me interested in our family history when she copied some old photos and sent them out to the family as part of her "1776 Bicentennial celebration". After years of research, we haven't found any ancestors who were rich or famous, but the real story we uncovered is better than anything we could have made up.
I'm interested in:
Beaver, Billman, Bower, Curran, Darlington, Dugger, Loy, Lupfer, McClure, McCormick, Monasmith, Pflanz, Pollard and Schlott. Spellings vary.
Monasmith is of German origin, and many Manneschmidt households can be found today in the German state of Hessen. In America, the name has been re-spelled as Mahnenschmidt, Monasmith, Monesmith, Monismith, Monosmith and several other variations. Although not gifted in spelling, we are all cousins. We are all descended from Christian Mahnenschmidt (1680-1746), who immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1719.
I have been working on the families of Perry County, and Cumberland County, Pennsylvania for several years now. As a result, I have registered several hundred graves there that are not related to my families, and I would be happy to transfer to any relative. Note: Prior to 1820, Perry County was part of Cumberland County.
I'm also working on memorials for the alumni of Frankfurt American High School, and for the Class of 1961 of Wichita High School North. Old friends are not forgotten.
On memorials, I like to see photos of the person taken when they were young, as well as later in life.
Then we need one close-up photo of the grave marker, and a wide-angle shot to show the whole monument or adjacent graves. All of us owe a deep debt of gratitude to the photo volunteers who are helping to preserve history through their work.
For the genealogists, I like to add scans of the public documents that chronicle the events of the person's life: Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate, Census Records, etc. A $5 donation will increase the photo limit to accommodate this trove of original source materials.
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|Patti||RE: Mary M Painton Speegle|
You are very welcome.
Added by Patti on Jul 22, 2017 9:58 AM
|Linda Claxton 💕||RE: William Richard|
You're very welcome.
|Joyce O||RE: Treva Beatrice Dillon Roosa|
I tried doctoring it up but when I shrunk it the resolution went way down. I'll try to get another pic in the next day or so.
Added by Joyce O on May 22, 2017 6:10 PM
|Steve Bender||RE: Pvt Samuel Michael|
Hi Allen, Sam's Head Stone could use some work. Ihad to stand him up to get the picture. If I had to guess he has sunk about 8in. over the years then may be hit with a lawn mower and busted off his pedestal. I have him standing now but it won't take much to tip him over. My pleasure Steve
|Anonymous||RE: Mary Virginia|
You are so very welcome for the memorial transfer.
I have her full obituary if you need to see.
Sorry for the slow response to your request. I had to travel to Oho for my mother's funeral services.
Hi, Was Happy to see someone else interested in my family. Valoise Roosa is my Great Grandmothers Father :)
|Frogman||RE: Roger and Kathryn Van Duyn|
Added by Frogman on Mar 25, 2017 3:44 PM
|Rick Nelson||RE: Susanna Monasmith Smallsreed|
Allen, the photo caption also names her three children buried beside her; ages 2, 3, 9.
|Vannessa Petersen||Wichita High School North|
My name is Vannessa (nee Burns) Petersen. I was born in Blackwell, Oklahoma and lived there until my parents moved to Wichita in 1950. I graduated from Wichita High School North in 1965. I visited your virtual cemetery and was amazed to find so many of the teachers that have memorials with their pictures. To see those pictures brought back a lot of wonderful memories for me. I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am and very appreciative for your taking the time to post pictures on their memorials. May God richly bless you for all the work and time to the Find A Grave website. It has helped me find a lot of my ancestors for which I have created a family tree on Ancestry.com for my grandchildren.
|Rick Nelson||RE: John George Monasmith|
Thanks for the link to Levi Mahnesmith (171st ONG Co F, killed at Kellar's Bridge) and the two other Levi's in the extended family. The other link clarifies Corp. Joseph Monasmith, 2nd OVC Co. B; there is a Western Reserve Chronicle article Nov. 2, 1864, Pg. 2, on a wound he received in the finger at Front Royal, on Sept. 21, '64.
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