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Roseann Theetge Arnold (#46954602)
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Bio Photo I am originally from Elmira, Ny but have lived in Ithaca, Ny since 1979. My mom and I walked many cemeteries in New York and Pennsylvania looking for family. The majority of the family information I have added to this site was researched by my brother Roy Theetge, Jr. He recruited my mom and I to help him in the early 90's and we got hooked! I'd be glad to take photos in Chemung, Tioga, and Tompkins County, NY and Bradford County, Pa. Possibly others if not too far!
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Harold Hugg
William Hugg
Hi I have also been looking for Hugg line beyond William. My brother Bob Hugg was in contact with Roy a few years ago. Bob passed away age 70 a couple of years ago. I had have a gun that has passed down to the youngest son that belonged to William. I had sent some pictures to Roy a few years ago but never heard back. It good that these histories are kept alive. //Harold Hugg
Added by Harold Hugg on Nov 11, 2014 3:32 PM
Melanie Van Ness
Wm Hugg Sr 1732-1782
Hi. I was in touch with you years ago about my family tree. I am once again trying to research the Hugg name. I still cannot find anything further than Wm Hugg Sr. Did you have any luck finding his mother and father? Please email me @ if you have any further information. Thank you, Melanie
Added by Melanie Van Ness on Mar 18, 2012 5:35 PM
Chemung Cemetery
I have added photos of Albert & Glenna Theetge's tombstones
Added by LDR on Jun 06, 2010 8:37 PM
Andrea Kreeger Waters
Joseph Marler
Thanks for the photo of Joseph Marler's tombstone. He died during the Civil War.
Added by Andrea Kreeger Waters on Mar 22, 2010 10:05 PM
Dale Crawford
RE: Thank You
Dear Roseann,

I wish to apologize for the two unfinished replies I sent. I was trying to apologize for spelling your hometown of Elmira as Almira. I kept hitting enter instead of tab. I think a preview of messages before they are sent would be a good addition for this site.

Thanks again,
Added by Dale Crawford on Mar 21, 2010 5:37 PM
Jim Ferris
Thank You
Thank you so much for the photo of Lewis French's marker. I really appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Jim Ferris on Mar 21, 2010 8:53 AM
N Wickam
Heny T. & J.F.A. Flythe
Thank you so very much for the photos of these two young men. I appreciate your time and effort for doing this.

Nancy Wickam
Added by N Wickam on Mar 21, 2010 8:50 AM
Beverly Osman Morris
Alfred Keyser; Woodlawn Nat'l Cem.
Hello Roseann,
Thank you very much for taking Alfred's headstone photo. I love FindAGrave and all the wonderful volunteers, like you, that make it all work. I plan to add the photo to my family website ( Please let me know if it's not OK.
Gratefully, Bev in California
Added by Beverly Osman Morris on Mar 20, 2010 11:21 PM
Dale Crawford
Thank You
Dear Ms. Arnold,

Thank you very, very much for furnishing the photograph of my Great great great Grandfather Abraham Knight's grave marker at Almira. I had hoped for many years to see it in person but unfortunately I have been unable to do so. Thanks to you, I have at least been able to view his monument. If I can ever return the favor in my area of the state of Georgia, please do not hesitate to ask. Again I thank you.

Dale F. Crawford
Midway, Ga.
Added by Dale Crawford on Mar 20, 2010 10:05 PM
Tim Savelle
Thank you!!!

Thank you so much for this photo of my ggg grandfather's headstone. He originally enlisted in a local militia unit in Campbellton, Florida, fought in the Battle of Marianna, Florida, on 26 Sep 1864, was captured, confined at Santa Rosa Island, FL then New Orleans then Ship Island Miss. He was transferred to Ft. Columbus NY 5 Nov 1864, then to Elmira, NY POW camp 20 Nov 1864. He died of chronic diarrhea at Elmira 25 Dec 1864.

Added by Tim Savelle on Mar 20, 2010 8:36 PM
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