|Joyce Durham||wrong info|
I was looking at this website and its showing MY Aunt Rosalie Janicki Szymanski,as the daughter of Benjamin and Margaret Szymanski. She is their daughter in law, not daughter. They are my grand parents, The grave number is 50140581. her husband, is my Uncle my by blood and is still alive. Im not sure why no one has caught this before, thank you. Joyce
|M Friess||John Leymaster, Berkeley County, WV|
I need your input. While searching for John Leymaster (my 4th great grandfather), I found what I believe to be a duplicate cemetery listing. Your listing, Find a Grave Number 64502815 (Tabler Family Plot) appears to be the same grave site as John Leymaster Find a Grave Number 66562807 (Myers Cemetery).
The photographs for each of these cemeteries seem to point this out: the difference being the Cemetery names. As you have personally visited the site, I would like your thoughts.
Thanks and regards,
Added by M Friess on Jan 19, 2013 7:03 PM
|Greg||Gardens of Faith|
Are you related to the McAllen family that you added memorials in Gardens of Faith in Baltimore County?
Added by Greg on Dec 26, 2012 12:28 PM
|Bob ||The Meekins Grave|
Thanks for the Meekins Grave in Gardems of Faith.
I am working on my nephew's ancestor chart and I am finding some good things.
(I have lready found a lot of help on my own family).
Added by Bob on Sep 20, 2012 12:51 PM
|Jeanne Yoakam||Tabler cemetery|
if you ever get back to the Tabler cemetery in Berkeley, WV could you check for Christian Tabler's tombstone? He is buried there as well as his wife Elizabeth whose tombstone you already photographed.
|Jeanne Yoakam||Berkeley County church|
Thanks for checking it out for me. It's a dead end search and I've given up on Zachariah Miller info for now.
|Jeanne Yoakam||Zachariah Miller|
Good news about my ancestor! I received this information from the Berkeley County Historical sxoeity. Do you know where this location would be? Apparently there is a tombstone to photograph after all. If so, maybe you could find it and take a photograph for me.
"Zachariah Miller furnished supplies during the War. He was not a soldier. His grave lies on private land just east of Eagle School Road. At last report, there was a marker."
|Jeanne Yoakam||Tablers and Millers|
I love the photos of the old Tabler tombstones in Berkeley WV. They were on the verge of being lost forever and you have preserved them for eternity now.
Do you know anything about a Zachariah Miller buried on the farm next door? He died in 1818 and was next door neighbor to the Tablers and father of Elizabeth Tabler. He was a Revolutionary War soldier and I had hoped his grave would be marked and preserved by the local historical society.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
|Marianne||Re:Nicholas & Geraldine|
Thanks for taking the time on this really cold and snowy day,to go and take a grave stone photo for me!
Can you add a copy of the photos to Geraldine's memorial page?
We didn't know if she was next to Uncle Nick !
Keep up the great work !
Added by Marianne on Jan 21, 2011 9:01 PM