|John I. Snouffer (#47050647)|
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I have been doing Schnauffer-Snouffer genealogy for many years, mainly in (central) Ohio, but also traveling to Kansas in the west to Maryland in the east. I am a 14th generation Snouffer (father Paul, gf Stanley, ggf George, gggf John, gggggf Johann buried in Westminster , Md.). My Schnauffer-Snouffers came to America in 1751, landed in Philadelphia aboard the "Nancy" and soon moved to northern Maryland. My ggggm Mary came to Ohio in 1832 with 4 boys and 2 daughters. We originally hailed from Rennigen, Germany.|
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|Patrick Grant||Alex Clair Snouffer (1941-2006)|
I wonder if you can help me find his grave.
He was a guitarist in Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band. He grew up in Lancaster, CA where he became friends with his future bandmate Don Vliet. He also knew Frank Zappa.
I have tried the usual sources but cannot find anything about where he was laid to rest.
Thank you for your efforts. That was really quick.
Added by ROK on Dec 01, 2016 4:16 PM
|Alex Roller||RE: Schrock photos|
Yes they are.
|Alex Roller||Schrock photos|
Thank you for the photos. I am grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate all your help.
Have a great day!
|John P||Geiman cemetery, MD|
I'm finding conflicting information about this cemetery, reading that the headstones were moved. Were your photos of John Myers and others taken there, or at Black Rock? I hope to look for the Geiman Cemetery next summer, where my 4th great grandparents are buried (although their headstones were definitely moved). Yikes! Also the cemetery location on Findagrave is different from the one I found in a Baltimore Sun article from 1992. Which is correct?
Added by John P on Mar 08, 2016 4:20 PM
|Jane A||Memorial# 54908410 photo|
So glad to see the pictures of the two tombstones side by side. You were able to identify John Martin Wilson on the left, but not the one of the right. His wife, Eliza (Duffield) Wilson is buried in this same cemetery and I wonder if it could be her stone.
Thanks for taking pictures for all of us too far away to do it ourselves.
Added by Jane A on Mar 26, 2015 7:22 PM
|Teresa D||Johnathan Eisnaugle|
Added by Teresa D on Oct 06, 2014 8:07 PM
|Teresa D||Amanda Lynn Eisnaugle|
Thank you for taking the time to look for her headstone and taking a picture of the vicinity of her grave. That is very helpful.
Added by Teresa D on Oct 06, 2014 8:03 PM
|Wendy K||Hall Photos|
Thank you for your photos of the Hall gravestones.
Added by Wendy K on Aug 25, 2014 2:00 PM
|Jim||RE: Date correction|
Sorry John - was sending that message while using my cellphone - I obviously hit the wrong recipient!
Added by Jim on Apr 17, 2014 8:28 PM
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