Actions
Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Advertisement
Kay Tofani (#47405323)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 1 day
[Add to MyFriends]
Bio and Links
No bio available.
 Contact:
or
Leave Public Message
Contributions to
Find A Grave
 • 323 Memorials Added
 • 404 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 63 Photos
 • 2,233 Virtual Flowers
Search Contributor's Records

 
First NameLast Name

Messages left for Kay Tofani (116)[Leave Message]
Linda {Davis} Kress
RE: Nagle family
Hi Kay
I'm related to Ray Nagle as he married my grandmothers sister. And I have most of the photos of family but not the Nagle side. Penniman was married to an Angerer...do you have that in your genealogy?
Linda
Added by Linda {Davis} Kress on Jun 04, 2017 9:25 AM
Pam Trede
James Lewis Worden
Kay, I see that he is your 3rd great grandfather as he is mine also. What do you know of his parents? I've been given some info but can't prove it. Have you had your DNA tested? You can contact me at wat579@gvtc.com. I really look forward to hearing back from you!! Pam
Added by Pam Trede on Apr 01, 2017 1:38 PM
Neil D Scheidt
FYI

JOHN ENGELHAUPT - W.2776

His widow Eva Barbara - Private of Dragoons, Capt. Hare - Col.
Posey - for three years.

Jan. 24, 1839,- Crawford County, Eva Barbara Englehaupt of
Summerhill, Crawford County, aged 68 years on Nov, 25, last, that she is
widow of John Englehaupt who was a soldier during American Revolutionary
War, that he was born in Saxony, Germany Oct. 2, 1753, came to U.S. shortly
after conmencement of War, enlisted served one year under Gen. Pulaski,
after that service enlisted (deponent things) for three years under Gen,
Washington and was with him at Capture of Cornwallis at Yorktown, facts
she had from husband after marriage, made application for pension which
was granted until decease Dec. 25, 1833.

She was married Jan. 30, 1785 in Berks County, on annexed paper
which she purchased of a pedler and filled in by him about 25 years ago.
Resided with her husband in Albany Twp. until May 1802 when they moved to
Crawford County.

Wellington Sterling and Thomas McClure attest to above ist knew
him in 1802 latter 1811.

They had 7 children, Mary died many years ago, would be about
52, third child Solomon about 49 years, Baptismal certificate John George
Stump and wife Elizabeth born Strasser a daughter Eva Barbara born Nov.
25, 1770 in AIbany Twp. Berks Co. Bapt. Dec. 16, 1770 - by Rev. Samuel Schwerf-
feyer, Spon. Jacob Stump and Eva Barbara Strasser single.

F. Krebs - sold by J. Schneider & Co. 1798,

endorsed - married to John Engelhaupt 1785 - Jan. 30.

Act of Congress - June 7, 1832.

Aug. 13, 1832 - Crawford County, John Englehaupt aged 77, in
service of U.S., enlisted at Reading in 1779, in Capt. Bare or Von Eare's
Company, Light Horse in the line of the State of Penna. on the Continental
Establishment of which Jacob Mytinger was 1st. Lieut, and Philip Strobing
2nd. Lieut, he continued to serve for 3 years, full term of enlistment,
discharged from service in U.S. in New Jersey, discharge lost. That he
resided at Reading at the time of his enlistment, was at taking of Stony
Point, and capture of Cornwallis, that he marched from Reading to New
Windsor on North River and returned from that to Reading to winter quarters
nest spring returned to New Jersey was at Battle of Slizabethtown point,
returned to Reading and was wintered at Sinking Spring, we lay some time
at Potts grove, I know Gen, Puleski and was under his command and Col.
Bosq or Posey, who was killed at Egg Harbor, was born Oct, 1, 1756 in
Saxa Gotha, in Germany, He deserted from the British and enlisted first at
Lancaster for one year and afterwards at Reading, No documentary evidence
of service.

That after the war he continued to live near Kutztown, Berks Co,
about 29 years ago he removed to Crawford County and continued to live there,

signed

Solomon Engelhaupt, states he is the 3rd. child of John and Eve,
born July 4, 1790 in Albany Twp., reside with parents there until they came
to Crawford County, 1802, there were two sisters older, Mary died many years
since.

John Engelhaupt - W.2776
Eva Barbara - W. Penna,

Added by Neil D Scheidt on Feb 02, 2017 8:31 PM
MissingHim
William and Amelia Penniman
Have been found in the Linesville Cemetery records! They are in unmarked graves - what was confusing is that Amelia was listed by her first name - Prudence. They have no markers but there are now two sunken indents in the ground and I found some metal letters from the funeral home marker just under the surface - on Williams I just found the letters WM and Amelia's I found - PRU.

William is buried beside his first wife - then there is a stone for a "Sarah" with no last name on it at all. Then is the grave for Prudence Amelia. Also did research and found their birth and death dates and placed memorials for them. If you would like to maintain them, let me know and I'll transfer them to your care.
Added by MissingHim on Jan 15, 2017 8:53 AM
Ruthi
Julia Justine Blystone
Hi Kay,
We have been trying to find written proof of who George married. Do you have any marriage recording of this? If so we'd love to see it.

Thanks,
Ruthi
Added by Ruthi on Jan 01, 2017 7:09 PM
Chibbs
Jonathan Harned
Dear Kay,

It seems as if we are related through Jonathan Harned, married to Sarah Laing. Probably distance cousins (3rd or 4th). Nice to meet you.
Added by Chibbs on Dec 26, 2016 11:05 AM
Dead Ringer
RE: Mrgaret Slater
-Hey Kay,

I am not related to Margaret. My passion is to help others with their research in any way I can with my postings on Find A Grave and my blog, Ancestral Sightings

Good Luck with your research!

~Dead Ringer.
Added by Dead Ringer on Nov 09, 2016 3:51 PM
OliviaD
Edits
Hi Kay,
Thanks for adding the bios! I really appreciate it.
I sent you a few memorial edit requests. if you're like me, you probably don't even know you have them :-D . But .. if you click your edit tab (after you click on your findagrave user name) you will find them there. That's how I discovered the ones I was sent. And it's easiest to do them direct from there anyway.
Have a great week-end.
Olivia
Added by OliviaD on Nov 05, 2016 2:57 AM
OliviaD
RE: Hovers
Thanks for posting Abner Joseph's history. :-)
Added by OliviaD on Oct 25, 2016 12:55 PM
Rich Vance
Lisetta Payne duplicate
Hi Kay,
I'm disappointed that you deleted the duplicate memorial instead of forwarding to edit@ for a merge as I requested. This action also deleted an excellent headstone photo taken by a 3rd party.

I will e-mail him and hope that he still has the original photo in his archives.

Take care,
Rich
Added by Rich Vance on Sep 29, 2016 10:27 PM
[View all messages...]
 

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service