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Any memorial that I am not related to will be gladly transferred following FAG guidelines.|
My direct family lines are BECK, BRUBACHER/BRUBAKER, KILLIAN, OBER, FEHR.
These families are of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Currently I am the Family Historian
for the "Brubaker Families of America."
Also the Rankin/Renkin families of Pennsylvania.
And my father's family HOGARTH and MOTLEY are in the Philadelphia area, and Lancaster & Schuylkill Counties.
Now reseaching the DUNSTER family of New York.
I've been recording names as I go, so I can help the next person looking for that missing family member.
Any corrections or missing information you would like me to add, just forward it on to me.
PLEASE use the edit link...
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|Richard H. L. Chichester, III||RE: Emanuel Reigart|
The headstone photo for E C Reigart #35421976 indicates date of death as Dec. 20, 1869 which matches the other memorial:
Reigart, Emanuel 35421667 b. Apr. 30, 1796 d. Dec. 20, 1869
I believe these are the same individuals, i.e.:
Emanuel C. Reigart, was a son of Emanuel Reigart and Susanna Mosser. He married (02-03-1846) his first cousin, Henrietta Reigart, dau. of Adam Reigart and Mary (Maria) Wager.
Henrietta's headstone appears beside his in the photo posted on the E C Reigart memorial.
I have 7 memorials (all children of your John Dunk). The death certificates say 'Florin Cemetery'. Should I assume this is always Camp Hill in Lancaster County? That is where you have John and his wife. His death certificate also said Florin Cemetery. Someone previously told me Florin Cemetery meant Crossroads Cemetery.
I believe the only other memorials I added based on that bit of information were 2 Horners just today. Turns out they were duplicates of your 'Hoerners' already in Camp Hill (aka Florin Cemetery).
Added by kw on Jan 30, 2016 5:42 PM
|EHM||Photo of headstone for Margaret Detweiler|
Hi. Thank you for the memorials for my 4th great grandparents, John and Margaret Detweiler. I know they belong to many others who also benefit from your effort! You included a photo of the headstone for John, and I'm wondering if you might also have a photo of Margaret's headstone, too, in your files. If you do, would you be willing to post it? Thanks very much for your time.
Added by EHM on Jan 29, 2016 4:00 PM
|Jan Summers||Hannah and Fred Long|
Thank you for updating Fred's memorial and making the family links. And thank you for the shout out on Fred's page. I was able to use Fred's Veteran's Compensation Application to track down mother Hannah's death. I put in another edit for her so thank you again in advance. Best regards, Jan
|Albert Brown||Headstone Photo|
Thank you for the photo
Wondering if you are related to the Elwood Hogarth you created a memorial for? His story seems fascinating would love to know more.
Added by Keri on Jan 02, 2016 9:46 PM
|Scott Hunt||Orion E Carter Sr photo|
Hi there, on your photo of Orion E Carter Sr, find a grave #152250422, to the left is another bronze plate, who is buried next to him. Could you tell me who it is? do you have a photo of that one? I am looking for his wife Mary Emma Adams Carter who died who died in 1995. if you could let me know, thanks Scott
|Michael Higgins||Rev Keenan Lascaster Va.|
Many thanks transfer. Have modified.
|Michael Higgins||Father Bernard Keenan 11150302|
Hi. Would appreciate a memoria transfer for the above memorial.If not I can forward you information on this man .My reserach on www.69thPa.co.uk has him linked into this regiemnt of the Civil War.Thanks and best wishes from Belfast
|donald b leamy||RE: Laird Family|
thanks anyway, don leamy
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