|Marina||RE: Lance Families|
Thank you for the memorials and photos for George and Viola Fries Lance, and the link to their son Clayton. That's great! He's actually George F. Lance III--grandson to the George F. and Clara Collins Lance I wrote you about. I'm still hopeful for Joel and Anna Fritts Vance. I wish Charles Evans burial register was online. I'm finding so many people who are supposedly interred there but do not have memorials. Thanks for all your help. Marina Yeager, wife of great-grandnephew to Edward Yeager (Mayor from 1902-1904)
Added by Marina on May 14, 2015 9:38 AM
Hello. I'm interested in several Lance family members who are assumed interred at Charles Evans Cemetery.
Joel Clark Lance 1811-1888
Anna Fritts Lance 1812-
George F. Lance 1843-1908
Clara Collins Lance 1848-1931 (his wife)
Another son who died at Reading may also be at Charles Evans Cemetery but I do not know that for a fact. His death certificate only says Geigertown, PA.
Joel C. Lance Jr. 1847-1915
Whatever help you can be is very much appreciated.
Marina Yeager Find A Grave #46871120
Added by Marina on May 13, 2015 1:44 PM
|Tari L Elam||RE: Sarah Jane Mengel|
Regarding my previous post, I've found the proper memorial. Her Pennsylvania death certificate lists death at 1:00 a.m., November 5, 1927. I do not have a copy of the obituary. I realize the headstone cannot be corrected, but thought the actual certificate date may be helpful to some. Kind regards.
Added by Tari L Elam on May 02, 2015 10:24 AM
|Tari L Elam||RE: Sarah Jane Mengel|
With regard to the above, I believe your response may have been to a message I sent via the "edit" option. Would you mind providing a F.A.G. memorial number to which I can refer? Thank you.
Added by Tari L Elam on May 02, 2015 9:00 AM
|Jade MK||Multiple transfers|
I was wondering if you could transfer the following:
144821834 Lester G. Miller - He is my great-grandfather, father to my grandfather Sgt Lester M Miller, also at Gethsemane cemetery.
74124968 - Sgt Lester M. Miller - He is my grandfather, husband of Rita M Hock Miller.
74124937 - Rita M Hock - she is my grandmother, wife of Lester M Miller.
As I come across more, I'll be sure to message you. Thank you!
Added by Jade MK on Apr 29, 2015 1:29 PM
|Laura Hannon Smith||Perental links incorrect on 61159632|
You have Dr George W. Filbert linked to his inlaws , rather than his parents.
Here is what his death ceritificate says :
Birth Date:13 Oct 1870
Death Date:5 Nov 1933
Death Place:West Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Father Name:George W Filbert
Father Birth Place:Pennsylvania
Mother Name:Emma Rebecca Scharff
Mother Birth Place:Pennsylvania
Spouse Name:Lizzie Fiebert
Here is what his wife's says:
Name: Elizabeth M Filbert
Birth Date: 24 Oct 1874
Birth Place: Pleasant Valley, Pennsylvania
Death Date: 27 Jan 1961
Death Place: Reading, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Father Name: James K Filbert
Mother Name: Selisa Goodman
Spouse Name: George Filbert
Certificate Number: 001929-61
Added by Laura Hannon Smith on Apr 21, 2015 3:32 PM
|Justin R||authur clark|
Hi tricker where in pleasent view cemetery are arthur and his wife buried?
Added by Justin R on Apr 14, 2015 5:54 PM
|Bruce Speck||RE: Billy Huber|
Your welcome. I'm glad I could assist you.
Added by Bruce Speck on Apr 04, 2015 4:21 PM
|Bernard C Carey||Thank You|
Hi Tricker. I just wanted to say thank you for all the memorials you've posted on Find a Grave. Countless numbers of the memorials are ancestors of mine in Berks County. I've gained a lot of valuable information. Thanks again!
Added by Bernard C Carey on Mar 16, 2015 6:23 PM
|Kathy glaeser||RE: Hello|
Me neither! LOL...Must have joined a while ago!!!
Added by Kathy glaeser on Mar 16, 2015 4:05 PM
|Neil D Scheidt||Emma Catharine Heiser|
Thanks for the transfer. She was complicated. A out-of-wedlock who was adopted.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Mar 14, 2015 9:29 AM
|Jim||RE: Grave site for Emma C. Hinkel|
The Emma C mystery has been solved. Her mother was Sarah Bearr with Israel Spayd. Sarah was 17 1/2 at the time of Emma's birth. It is not clear if Sarah and Isreal were married. But Sarah eventually marries David S. Hinkel and Emma is shown living with them in a 1870 census. It is not clear if David actually adopted her or if she just went by the name Hinkel.
Emma eventually marries James Heiser and has two daughters. The first is Caroline Elizabeth and her birth record shows Emma as Emma Cath (spayde) sic Heiser and the second is my grandmother Edna May where her mother is listed as Emma Cathrine daughter of Israel and Sarah Spayd.
If you respond, please reply to my email@example.com e mail address
Added by Jim on Mar 12, 2015 10:02 AM
|JOHN CHARLES MANTON||Your Premature Memorial/Burial.|
“Trickster”: In response to your improper remarks in your response to my comments below and since you misspell people’s surnames on purpose as a direct insult, take note: I don’t give a damn who you are or what your relationship to the deceased was. Friends do not do what you did if they have any sort of proper rearing, which you obviously do not. Your act is creating a memorial prematurely is a tasteless one and does not honour the deceased as you seem to think, but discredits him by your alleged association with his good name.
As for your so-called aide to humanity via the website Find-a-Grave, all I can say is that professional researchers take that website with a grain of salt because amateurs such as yourself (20,000+ memorials, indeed) pepper the system with errors and misinformation all because, like you, they jump to conclusions before they get their facts lined up correctly. I see several complaints here about your own errors in dates, etc.
Finally Sir, I do not hide behind some nom de plume and render my messages anonymously. My full name is clearly visible as you can see. So what are you afraid of “Trickster?” Having someone whom you angered come to your door one night and sort you?
You may do whatever you wish, but that cannot control the thoughts of other people who read your messages. Remember: "You can fool some of the people some of the time .... "
Added by JOHN CHARLES MANTON on Feb 24, 2015 8:06 AM
|JOHN CHARLES MANTON||About Your PrematureBurial.|
I do not know who you are, but I was Doug's college roommate at Millersville and knew him well. Don't you think that your "premature burial" of his remains is a wee bit on the tackless side? You might have waited until he was in his grave before "jumping" to add his name to your so-called 20,000+ memorials that you have created to date.
As you failed to provide a personal e-mail address, you leave no other method of communicating with you other than via the "public message" method of Find-a-Grave. You cannot undo what you have done, so I am afraid that your reputation is now tarnished. Sad. Very sad for poor Doug to have friends like you.
Added by JOHN CHARLES MANTON on Feb 23, 2015 7:08 AM
|okieca||Philip J. Kuhn|
Philip (one l) J. Kuhn #73179045 was married to Mantana C. Kuhn (Kunkel) #73179030. He was much older (26 years!), but she is listed as his wife on his Pa. death certificate and she is listed as his wife (marriage #2) on the 1910, 1920, and 1930 censuses. They had at least 6 children together. Philip's first wife, Magdalena Hintz died in 1908. This information will also affect the information for their daughter, Virgie #94939491 and the information on Magdalena Kuhn's page, #73179105. Virgie is a daughter, not a sister, of Mantana. Thank you for all your unselfish work in helping to further genealogy and finding our ancestors!
Added by okieca on Feb 23, 2015 3:33 AM
|Alfred Gerhardt||Lydia An Harrington Diem's Death Date|
Lydia Ann Harrington Diem Memorial No. 70888609 died on November 17, 1908. Her Pennsylvania Death Certificate File No. is 107200 and it was filed on November 21, 1908. You can view her death certificate on Ancestry.com under Pennsylvania Death Certificates 1906 - 1963.
Added by Alfred Gerhardt on Feb 13, 2015 9:52 AM
|Camille Harden Glancy||Obituary for Francis Palm|
I am researching the Palm Family Berks County. I came across an obituary for Francis Palm Memorial# 71693773. I would like to add this information to his memorial. I am not a direct descendant. He was my great uncle. The obituary was published in the Reading Times in 1938. I found it on Newspapers.com. If you would like the information, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Added by Camille Harden Glancy on Feb 10, 2015 11:24 AM
|m-space||John Wells #69225146|
Am researching this family and have come across his certificate. His birth date is listed as Oct. 29, 1838, with his age listed as 100, 9 months, 13 days. Not the same as the stone, but informed by daughter Laura Spencer.
Added by m-space on Feb 05, 2015 11:47 AM
Hi Tricker. Thanks so much for the transfers, and for making the memorials.
Added by KarenK on Feb 05, 2015 5:52 AM
|Buddy Linderman||Glenn Woodrow Linderman|
Just wanted to say thank you for making a memorial for my cousin Glenn Woodrow Linderman
Added by Buddy Linderman on Jan 18, 2015 10:12 AM
|Persephone||RE: Christopher Catherina|
Thank you so much for the transfers!
Added by Persephone on Jan 17, 2015 9:03 AM
|Alfred Greenawalt||William Hertzhog|
Thank you for the bio.
Added by Alfred Greenawalt on Jan 15, 2015 11:53 AM
|pat micci||mistake on your information|
You put a patricia miccicke information wrong date of birth. You put oct 27 1923. Correct date of birth is oct. 27, 1983.
You can contact me at email@example.com. There are a couple patricia miccickes and we dont want any errors .
Added by pat micci on Jan 09, 2015 8:30 AM
|John Paling||RE: Your photos of Matilda (Jackson) Connard and Henry Connard|
Thank you so much.
I will go ahead and copy the photos and let you know when we put them up on the website so that you might check them for your approval.
Added by John Paling on Jan 08, 2015 1:02 PM
|John Paling||Your photos of Matilda (Jackson) Connard and Henry Connard|
Dear Mr Tricker,
First thank you for your kindnesses in taking so many photos of the tombstones in Reading Cemeteries .
It happens that I have an extensive series of original first hand accounts of the Civil War as seen from Reading written by my relative Thomas Jackson. He founded a rope making business there in 1820s and is also buried in the Charles Evans Cemetery along with most of his family. Photos of the gravestones (along with the original letters) are shown in our extensive website www.thomasjacksonletters.com. (You will see that we have had wonderful support from other citizens of Reading in order to put this together.)
My purpose now is to request that I might have your permission to copy the two photos of the tombstones of Matilda and Henry Connard and add them to the Thomas Jackson website- along with references to the locations in the Findagrave archive and acknowledgment that you are the copyright holder of these two photographs. (And any other credits that you deem appropriate.)
I would be happy to explain further if you wished to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Added by John Paling on Jan 08, 2015 9:28 AM