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Donald Seilhymer (#46902262)
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wanda nitterhouse
RE: Charlotte White Seilhamer
Thank you, Don. I will contact the cemetery. You may transfer Roberts and wife. I have an obit I can add to Roberts' memorial. My number is 47841081.

I know that Alvin remarried, had a son who spent a lot of time in St Vincent's Home in NY. On the 1940 census, Alvin's wife (Grace M Schriver Seilhamer) is listed as a widow. At least I think it is her. She had been living in Oyster Bay, Nassau County, NY. A Grace Seilhamer is in Queens in 1940.

Alvin's son (George N Seilhamer) died in Puerto Rico in 1999. I have found nothing on Alvin, other than that he was an editor, author and publisher. Ironcially, his dad was a genealogist!

Thanks again!

Added by wanda nitterhouse on Jul 09, 2015 9:43 AM
wanda nitterhouse
mother of Robert A Seilhamer
Hi. My name is Wanda Nitterhouse. I am wondering if you can tell me whether Charlotte White Seilhamer is buried in the same cemetery as her son (Robert # 113313738). She lived in Pawtucket. Charlotte's mother was Charlotte Nitterhouse White. I would like to add Charlotte Seilhamer a to findagrave and link her to parents.

Thank you
Added by wanda nitterhouse on Jul 08, 2015 10:16 AM
RE: Kenneth and Ann Seilhamer
You're welcome!
Added by MaG on Jul 07, 2015 7:18 PM
Valarie Vine
Vinka Martinis +
Hi....added a couple of headstone photos today.
Added by Valarie Vine on Mar 28, 2015 4:50 PM
Tracey Norman
RE: Glaspeys buried in Greenwood Cem.
Don, thank you so much for getting back to me! I sure wish I would have known some of grandpa's brothers and sisters. I would love to have more information about all of them, but I do remember my dad talking about Lucille and Dorothy, as well as Bob and Mo. He does not remember too much about his dad, as he died when my dad was only 13. Grandma did remarry and I was fortunate to have known her.
Great talking to you!
I will be in touch!
Added by Tracey Norman on Feb 08, 2015 9:23 PM
Tracey Norman
Glaspeys buried in Greenwood Cem.
Hi, my name is Tracey Glaspey Norman. I am the daughter of Bill Glaspey, granddaughter of Norman Leroy, great granddaughter of Charles Edward, ...
My dad Bill and I had gone back to Danville to visit the cemetery where our relatives are buried and I was astonished to find that many of them did not have any markers. So, we took the liberty of having simple markers made for several of them. The folks there at the cemetery were kind enough to place them after we took them back. I have just looked at the photos of them and am pleased with the way they look.
I have been doing family research for about 5-6 years now and am really enjoying learning about all of my ancestors. I live in Indianapolis IN now and my mom and dad live in Cincinnati. I just wanted to touch base with you as a contact.
Thanks, Tracey
Added by Tracey Norman on Feb 08, 2015 8:31 PM
Tracey Norman
Glaspeys buried in Greenwood Cem.
Added by Tracey Norman on Feb 08, 2015 8:26 PM
RE: Robert Seilhymer
I was wondering if they weren't partners! That was the only thing that was making sense to me. I have a photo of Carl's stone and I will add it to the site (there is no death date so I didn't add it earlier just in case he was still alive).
Thanks for letting me know!
Added by Tori on Oct 20, 2014 7:38 AM
RE: Robert Seilhymer
I transfered my Robert to you so you can add and delete what needs to be done.
Glad we finally found him! Any clue as to why he is with the Martin family?
Added by Tori on Oct 18, 2014 7:08 PM
Robert Seilhymer
Think I found him!!
I have a Robert "Mike" Seilhymer found in Oak Ridge cemetery...the same birth date but different death dates.
The one I found has a death date of May 26 1988 and is buried along with a Martin family.
So if this is indeed your Robert, let me know and I will add the photos and delete the one I made. I knew that name rang a bell but didn't think about it much until after I made the memorial.
Added by Tori on Oct 18, 2014 1:23 PM
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