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Tricker (#47304675)
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Anne Scamardo
RE: Lillian and Carolyn Hardtner
I think that they are sister Lillian S Hardtner and Carolyn L Hardtner. They never married.
They were the daughters of Christian Hardtner and Julia Ripple Hardtner (Find A Grave Memorial# 119799773)

I found the 1880 census for the family in Reading, PA including a brother Edward C Hartner
Name Age
Christian Hardtner 44
Julia Hardtner 37
Carrie L. Hardtner 8
Lillie S. Hardtner 6
Edward C. Hardtner 2

If I find exact birth dates for Carolyn and Lillian I will let you know! I have not located their father, Christian's place of burial but he remarried Johann Kobert in 1885 and died in Reading, PA on 22 Jan 1893.

Added by Anne Scamardo on Oct 22, 2014 3:59 PM

Anne Scamardo
Lillian and Carolyn Hardtner
I have a question about Lillian S Hardtner.

You have her as the daughter of Carolyn Hardtner. I think these may be sisters but am not sure. Did you have any other evidence of their relationship other than the same surname? I have been trying to track down sisters Lillian and Carrie (Carolyn) Hardtner who lived and worked in New York but were born in Pennsylvania. If you have any other information to share it would really help with one of my dead ends!
Anne Scamardo

Added by Anne Scamardo on Oct 22, 2014 10:55 AM

v t
RE: Tobias Family
I would like some help, Thank You! =)

Added by v t on Oct 20, 2014 8:55 PM

Mark Barnett
RE: Norman Benson
I have gone ahead and posted Flip's photo.

Added by Mark Barnett on Oct 20, 2014 7:01 AM

v t
Tobias Family
Hi! Tobias is my mother's maiden name and I am really having a hard time finding any info on her family. Thanks! Viola T.

Added by v t on Oct 19, 2014 8:50 PM

Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )
Find A Grave Memorial# 16986939. Any chance you can transfer him to me so I can write a full biography of him like I did his siblings and parents?

Added by Richard Arthur Norton (19... on Oct 17, 2014 9:14 PM

Mark Barnett
Norman Benson
I just posted Norman "Red" Benson's grave photo. It was a double stone. Please let me know if you want his wife's, Fleurette "Flip", photo posted.

Added by Mark Barnett on Oct 17, 2014 6:51 PM

Nancy Ziemba Gleaton
Rose Spare #111180303
Thanks for the link to Rose Spare's obit, but I can't access it. It's archived and they charge a fee to see it.

Added by Nancy Ziemba Gleaton on Oct 13, 2014 5:41 PM

Elanor Lasley
Hi, thanks for the wonderful memorial and the photos, too. Your work is really appreciated.

Added by KarenK on Oct 08, 2014 3:52 PM

Douglas Good
on find a grave you have
raymond wunderly as the father of
Nathan G. Wunderly (1916 - 1965)* but they are brothers sons of edward & ida wounderly wunderly
information came from a sister Hilda
edward & ida had 10 children

Added by Douglas Good on Oct 07, 2014 2:18 PM

Leigh Lombardi
RE: Charles Crosby
You are welcome, glad to help!

Added by Leigh Lombardi on Oct 04, 2014 4:58 PM

Bill Gunn
RE: Yocum/Yocom
Sorry if I was a little terse with my comment. Fact is I am dealing with someone who is unwilling to say they made a mistake and just fix the problem.
I am related to the Yocoms and this fix's a lot of my info.
All in all I found about 50 Yocoms, listed as Yocum, across the US, from about 8 different find a gravers.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
Have a great day, and keep on graving!

Added by Bill Gunn on Oct 02, 2014 5:12 PM

Bill Gunn
I have been researching the Yocoms for years and had many brick walls. Then I started looking at memorials and found many of your memorials, clearly marked on the stone Yocom, listed as Yocum.
As a find a graver I never change the name on the headstone for any reason.
Why would you change the name? I hope you realize the trouble I have had finding these Yocom graves, because you, for some reason, changed the name.

Added by Bill Gunn on Oct 02, 2014 1:53 PM

b artz
RE: virtual cemetery
thank you
it was easier than i thought

Added by b artz on Sep 19, 2014 4:27 PM

b artz
virtual cemetery
I have my account for 5 years but have not been active that long. I created some for myself but cant figure out how to attach the names to the cemeteries. I saw you have virtual cemeteries as well. How did you attach them or where do I find that information on findagrave?
Thank you for any help you can offer.

Added by b artz on Sep 19, 2014 10:09 AM

Julian Francis
Pvt William Fasig (#40347903)
Hello, I have a photo of Pvt William Fasig in his Civil War uniform taken at Fort Monroe. If you're interested in adding it to his memorial, please email me and I will gladly send. Thank you. Julian Francis (#47319453)

Added by Julian Francis on Sep 13, 2014 7:15 AM

Bruce Speck
RE: Pvt Franklin F. Heater [
As you requested, I added the PA Death Certificate to the other memorial for Franklin Heater. You can delete yours.

Added by Bruce Speck on Aug 27, 2014 1:55 PM

George Evalt
RE: Photo Request
Thanks so much. I may find a couple of others, too.

Added by George Evalt on Aug 10, 2014 12:01 PM

George Evalt
Photo Request
MAy I copy a photo you took of the stone of my 4th cousin, Rebecca Hoffmaster Lorah? Thank you.

Added by George Evalt on Aug 09, 2014 10:33 PM

Kelly B
Verification of Maiden Name
I'm researching my family tree, and I believe that this person, Clara Scholl, is my ancestor. But I think her maiden name was Gehret, not Fields as is listed. Could you please let me know where this information came from?

Find A Grave Memorial# 61721020
Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, PA

Added by Kelly B on Aug 09, 2014 7:57 PM

Buddy Linderman
RE: Howard Hoppes
Your welcome glad to help.

Added by Buddy Linderman on Aug 03, 2014 6:43 PM

James M. Bartron
Should the death date be 24 Jan 1925?
Find A Grave Memorial# 58327419

Added by Myrna on Jul 26, 2014 1:53 PM

David Brown
Dillon/Haberstich at Trinity Lutheran
Good Morning,
I am a maternal 3x great-grandson of Daniel and Hannah H Dillon (Memorial# 63846396 & 63846359 respectively). I have been looking for Hannah H's maiden name for some time now and have recently come across some circumstantial evidence that leads me to believe that it was "Haberstich" and her parents were (hypothetically at this point) Samuel and Hannah Haberstich (Memorial# 63844934 and 63844952 respectively). You added the memorials for all 4 of these individuals - for that I thank you!
From _CLOSE_ examination of these 4 photos together - it _APPEARS_ that Daniel and Hannah's markers are directly in front of Samuel and Hannah Haberstich's markers - which would lend a great deal more credence to a familial connection between these individuals. However, the resolution of the marker photographs is not good enough for me to _POSITIVELY_ confirm this.
My question(s): Do you gather plot plans before doing your photo expeditions or do you maintain a row/marker to photograph record of your walking tour? Or - hopefully more likely - do you have higher resolution copies of the photographs for these 4 markers - particularly Daniel and Hannah Dillon's markers that you would be willing to email to me?
Thank you in advance for your time and effort on my family's behalf!
Best Regards,
David Brown (Find A Grave#47251759)

Added by David Brown on Jul 16, 2014 8:39 AM

Eric Wisser
Ott Family Graves
Hi Tricker-You manage memorials for several Otts in Gethsemane in Laureldale, Berks. Not requesting a transfer, but am wondering if they are ancestors of yours. My great grandmother Theresa Ott Wisser is connected to this family. Always looking to say hello to a cousin I've never met!

Added by Eric Wisser on Jul 13, 2014 5:08 AM

re: Find A Grave Memorial# 70852817 and 70852829
Thank you for your prompt response and the assistance you and Neil provided about Daniel Rapp. Your help is greatly appreciated.


Mike Rapp

Added by Anonymous on Jul 10, 2014 11:49 PM


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