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|Barbi Rumfield (#47327822)|
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Born in Texas, living for the moment in Florida. Researching Rumfield, Rumfelt, Keefer, Thompson and Baker.|
Any pictures I have posted, feel free to use them in you research. If you have information you wanted added to a memorial I have created, please use the edit option and submit the information to me via the suggest a correction option.
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|Sherlock85||Andrew Keefer 1828-1901|
Just wanted to let you know that there may not be a tombstone any longer for Andrew Keefer.
Records I have for the cemetery mention his name, but it says his tombstone was broken and nothing else. I can try checking with the church about whether there are any tombstones in storage that are in pieces. I know for a fact that there is one behind the shed they have in the back of the cemetery for groundskeeping, but that isn't a Keefer.
I have a map for the cemetery, but the old section was never mapped out and the newer sections are only listed only by the plot owner.
|Debbie Bell||RE: Charles Monroe|
Thanks for responding, I didn't check to see who posted the picture. I will do that and see if they can correct it. Thanks again and have a great day. Debbie
|John "Jack" Richter||RE: Charles B. & Catherine Keefer Koppenheffer|
You are most welcome.
|Gwendolyn Gathings Armstrong||Amelia Ann Reed|
Hello Barbi - I would like to talk to you about the grave location for Amelia Ann Reed. She is my grt grt grandmother. I tried emailing you, but it came back undeliverable. Please email me at GGathings9863@hotmail.com. Thank you, Gwen
|Royce Wheeler||The Arnolds|
I cannot tell you anything about the arnolds, as I did not know them. I just photographed a stone and listed it on find a grave.
I will however try to get up to the cemetery and take a look at the marker and see what I can find out.
It may take me a while to get there,
Barbi: I have not been able to find any information on the nickname you submitted for
Willie West (#128050686).
|Phil & Donna (Stricklan) Whitaker||RE: Daniel Thompson|
I follow the Find A Grave guidelines which makes it easier and I can still transfer to closer relative if the need arises. The guidelines state "Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren."
I will be more than happy to add bio information for you and you can add photos and relative links through the Edit feature on his memorial.
You can also keep you family together by creating a Virtual Cemetery. I didn't notice that you have created any on your profile page. Help with Find A Grave can tell you how to create the Virtual Cemetery.
|C & Y Zinn-Haines||Elaine Kiefer #108679904|
Was that correction for Elaine correct? There is thirty four years between dad and mom.
|Carol & David||RE: Anna M. Stecher|
Adam's memorial is 31524079 on Find A Grave, linked to Anna's and it lists all his siblings including my 4X great grandfather, Matthias Stecher. From records I have seen, Adam and Anna had no children. I did send a correction for Anna's death date which was March 19, 1807.
|Carol & David||Anna M. Stecher|
I added the photo of Anna M. "Rumfeld" Stecher, wife of Adam. She is buried next to Adam which I listed in the caption part of the photo. The stone is badly deteriorated but I can read Stecher on the end of the second line and the death date at the bottom is 19 Mar 1807 which matches the death date for St. John's Lutheran Church records. Ancestry transcribed it incorrectly a 19 May 1807.
I descend from Matthias Stecher, Adam's brother so I have a special interest in all the Stechers.
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