|AenneLa||RE: John Klopp 1781|
Hallo Geoffrey - his deathdate stands on his tombstone - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=23158813&ref=acom - Gruß Aenne
Added by AenneLa on Oct 30, 2015 11:30 AM
|AenneLa||John Klopp 1781|
Hallo Geoffrey, - John Klopp, son of John Adam: in the informations from John Adam Klopp stands that his frist wife Elisabeth Hain died about 1783, but John jr was born in 1781 ??? So he must be the son of Elisabeth Hain not from Elisabeth Fidler. Please help, I don`t have any documents, all my informations came from other internet-trees. Aenne
Added by AenneLa on Oct 19, 2015 4:55 AM
|Tami Glock||RE: Sarah Allen|
Sorry death was taken from newspaper no other details.
Added by Tami Glock on Oct 18, 2015 5:54 PM
|Debbie In MO||Shirley Pozdro|
Thanks so much for the burial info on this memorial. It is much appreciated!
Added by Debbie In MO on Aug 16, 2015 4:42 AM
|oleyboy||RE: Thank you!|
I and others appreciate your nicely done work here at findagrave. Yours are true memorials to those whom you love and respect. They provide me some inspiration as I think of how to properly honor my own kindred dead. By the way, Lizzie and I share a direct Ohlinger ancestor.
Added by oleyboy on Jun 15, 2015 2:58 PM
|oleyboy||Albert Clayton Klopp Cemetery Correction|
Hi - My understanding is that A. Clayton Klopp is not buried at Wyomissing Cemetery, but rather that he is entombed at the Mausoleum off of Penn Ave where his wife is. In findagrave it is called Memorial Mausoleum, but it is alternatively called Wyomissing Hills Mausoleum in his Reading Eagle death notice and Memorial Mausoleum, Wyomissing Hills in her obituary.
Would appreciate if you would link his findagrave memorial to his correct resting place. Thanks.
Added by oleyboy on Jun 15, 2015 1:13 PM
|MWarner||Find A Grave Memorial# 23411576|
I googled it and the obit did not come up. Can you email the obit to me or just put the obit on his memorial.
Added by MWarner on Jan 20, 2015 6:43 AM
|MWarner||Find A Grave Memorial# 23411576|
I don't see his obit on his Find A Grave memorial. You said you have one? Could you email it to me or scan/post it to his Find A Grave memorial?
He is a 1st cousin x 2 removed. I am related to the Deckers severals ways. Lydia Decker is my GGGgrandmother married John Sayles and Sarah Sayles if my GGrandmother. More Deckers is my GGgrandfather Gustavus Decker...I have a lot of Deckers in my family.
Added by MWarner on Jan 18, 2015 2:50 PM
|MWarner||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 23411576|
I saw those 2 names mentioned as their parents also. I am pouring through subscription websites and other websites looking for obituaries on the Deckers. I pay for obituaries individually through Rutherford if I find the obits there. I have paid people to go into libraries around the country...to copy an obit that is no where else found and the librarians won't do it. The Decker family is tough to research. I too like proof which is why I buy genealogy family books and use google ebooks geneaolgy. I snapshot the pages as my proof if I find the proof. I've tracked down cemetery sextons Deckers are supposed to be buried in and have them verify which are in there. If you find the parents, let me know and I will let you know if I find them. Can't give up.
Added by MWarner on Jan 18, 2015 1:41 PM
|MWarner||Find A Grave Memorial# 23411576|
Do you know his parents names?
Added by MWarner on Jan 18, 2015 7:59 AM
|Sandra Lytch||RE: Lucky Lytch|
Thank you Mr. Decker. I hope that I didn't duplicate yours. It may have been removed, I hope, because yours is much better. Yes, Larry tells me that his grand parents were the best. He misses them very much. I just linked the father to Seth on here. Finally found him. Took some doing as his name was changed from Lytchliter to Lytch when he moved from Iowa, I believe. Fascinating family history. Thanks, Geoffrey.
Added by Sandra Lytch on Dec 08, 2014 5:39 AM
Never mind on the removal of a photo. It is 2:30am and guess I'm tired...didn't see cremated note.
Added by Bees Knees on Mar 24, 2014 12:34 AM
|Bees Knees||Find A Grave Memorial# 22670505|
Please remove one of the photos so someone can post the headstone photo. There is only room for so many photos and one should be the headstone.
Added by Bees Knees on Mar 24, 2014 12:28 AM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: I'm confused|
I'm confused too --- but I think the guidelines suggest keeping the oldest memorials.
Why don't I transfer any of your family that you wish to have? I go through Johan & Margaret to John Miesse & Catherine Kline, so we're pretty good after the first generation. It would be easiest if you could please use the Edit tab to make the requests.
The same works in reverse. Please let me know if any of mine are newer than yours.
Hoping this method doesn't put too much work on your end! I'm under some deadlines, so if you'd rather wait until March, happy to take a closer look at the conflicts.
Added by Mary Harrell-Sesniak on Feb 08, 2014 12:47 PM
|The Todd's of Scotland||Catharina Geiss Dundor|
There is already a memorial (21354609) for this Person it was in 2007.
Added by The Todd's of Scotland on Feb 07, 2014 10:42 AM
Hello Geoffrey, your memorial for him is a duplicate. I have preceded you. Among other things, his burial place will not be the St. Stephen's Basilica.
Added by Ruggero on Jan 22, 2014 12:10 PM
|Lucy Caldarelli||claudio abbado|
Hi. Your memorial is a duplicate of the Find A Grave Memorial# 123778534. Please, remove it. It is a good rule to check if there is already a memorial before adding it. Regards.
Added by Lucy Caldarelli on Jan 20, 2014 2:22 PM
|Dolores Owen||RE: Thressa Decker Grave|
I thought maybe she was buried without a marker.
Added by Dolores Owen on Nov 19, 2013 10:24 PM
|Dolores Owen||Thressa Decker Grave|
I just wanted to let you know that I was out to the cemetery today and could not find Thressa's grave. Two of us walked all around that area. I found her parents' markers, but not hers.
Added by Dolores Owen on Nov 19, 2013 12:38 PM
|Stephanie Myers Landis||Johann Peter Klopp, Sr.|
Thank you for the wonderful bio you posted on his memorial. He is my direct 6g grandfather on my mother's side. Years ago, I had his German will translated. He didn't exactly leave the settlement at the Ephrata Cloisters. As a married man, he chose to live with his wife and those of his children that were with him on a farm he purchased a few miles from the Cloisters. Therefore, he was what was called a 'Householder' by the Cloister Brethren. His death as "old Brother Klopp" was recorded in their records. There is mention of two of the Cloister brethren in his will and he left the Cloister Community money with a stipulation that his heirs were not to protest that bequest. Through his daughters, he has many descendents in Lancaster County, PA. My mother was from Lebanon County, PA. and traced her line from John Peter Sr. > John Peter Jr. > Peter III > Joseph > Ephraim > Nathaniel > Paul > Grace, my mom. Johannn Peter Klopp was a truly remarkable man, you've honored him well. If you haven't visited the Ephrata Cloisters, you might put it on your 'bucket list.' It has been restored and is a lovely place, very serene and uplifting, a haven of peace in this hectic world. Thanks again,
Added by Stephanie Myers Landis on Oct 14, 2013 11:09 PM
|Stephanie Myers Landis||Johan Peter Klopp, Sr.|
Added by Stephanie Myers Landis on Oct 14, 2013 10:48 PM
|K Perry||Catherine Elizabeth Batdorf 1697 married Christian Wilhelm Walborn|
On Catherine Elizabeth Batdorf Walborn's findagrave, you mention that when her father (Johann Jacob Peter Batdorf) died, her mother (Anna maria Catharina Anspach Batdorf )"left with her two children anyhow".
This is my 6x great grandmother.
According to "The Batdorf Family" by Maxine Blankenhorn Bennett, 1984, Anna Maria Catharina Anspach Batdorf, widow of Johann Jacob Peter Batdorf, went on the ships with 5* children and 3 died before they reached America, leaving Catherine Elizabeth Batdorf born 1697 and Martin Batdorf born 1698 and their mother the only survivers of the Batdorf family when they arrived in America. Her father and 3 other siblings probably died of Typhus. They had traveled from Germany to Holland and then to London England to get the ships to America. There were very poor conditions with overcrowding and poor sanitation both in London waiting for the ships and on the ships to America. Most of the children under 10 did not survive. In New York, they were quarantined on Nut Island (Governors Island)
and then moved to Livingston Manor (near Columbia County, NY) to work in the tar and pitch factory. They eventually moved to Schoharie NY, and then they went thru the woods, built rafts and went down the Susquehanna River to the Tulpehocken Settlement in Pennsylvania.
The family feels that the 3 Anspach males that were on the trip and in Livingston Manor and then on to Tulpehocken Pa were Anna Maria Catharina Anspach's brothers- Baltasar, George and Leonhard Anspach.
wondering if you could change that about the 2 children. thank you .
Added by K Perry on Sep 29, 2013 8:41 PM
|GBern.O||RE: Klamm of Wyandotte County|
Hi Geoffrey, sorry, I don't have any additional information to aid in your family search.
Added by GBern.O on Sep 08, 2013 10:00 AM
|Tricia Hembree Guarino||Daniel Jay Allen|
I found his Death Cert online! Not sure if you had this but it show his 2nd's wives name as Lucy!! I will try to locate the grave as soon as some of our rain lets up. I know another person had trouble finding him in the cemetery book?
Added by Tricia Hembree Guarino on Aug 08, 2013 3:20 PM
|Jean Pinick||Re:Decker Memorials in Chapel Hill Cemetery|
I just wanted to let you know that I am trying to photo all the stones in Chapel Hill Cem and came across your Decker Memorials. They are great photos especially the one of your dad in his military uniform with I your mother.
Added by Jean Pinick on Jul 10, 2013 9:31 AM