|Aislin||RE: John Engelhart|
Sorry it took me so long to reply.
No, I'm no relation.
Although I wish I could take the credit for the beautiful photos, credit must go to T. Moore who kindly supplied them for these memorials. As far as information goes, the original information came from the cemetery transcription provided by Jack Sterling and then any subsequent information would have been found in census records.
Hope that helps.
Added by Aislin on Aug 21, 2015 1:14 PM
|Jerry Stremcha||Active Member|
Are you still active in Find A Grave or email address change as I got a scam letter from your email address?
|John Helfrich||Mary P Zehner|
I found her death certificate on Ancestry.com she was the daughter of Thomas Zehner and Caroline Bennighoff.
|Marjorie ||RE: Augusta Tetzlaff|
If you could e mail her obituary, people would have a choice of dates.
Added by Marjorie on Sep 18, 2012 11:43 AM
|Marjorie ||Augusta Tetzlaff|
We have to use the dates that are on the stone.
Added by Marjorie on Sep 18, 2012 10:34 AM
|Marjorie ||Hermann & Johanna Ziemann|
I need memorial numbers for these two before I can add them.
Added by Marjorie on Sep 18, 2012 10:14 AM
I saw that recently you'd added a photo to an Ackerman grave at St John's in Tamaqua PA, and you'd added good detail about its location, as well as locations of other relatives there.
My great great grandpa Henry Helfrich rests in that cemetery. I would like a picture of it, partly for its own sake, but also to determine if he has a Civil War marker.
I saw in your bio that you do not seem to be local to Tamaqua, so I won't ask if you would go take a picture, but if you have info on burial locations there I would be grateful to know his plot info. There are currently 5 photo requests for this cemetery and I know the biggest reason they go unanswered is lack of info on location, so if I can find this out before making a request, I think the odds are better someone would help. Thank you for reading this and for any suggestions or thoughts you may have.
Added by sr/ks on Sep 12, 2012 10:43 AM
|Cemeterywlkr||Ottilie M. Lettau Pahl|
I am not related. I would consider transferring the care of her memorial to you if you would be interested.
|Cemeterywlkr||Ida and Albert Zuehlke.|
I am not related. I would consider transferring the care of their memorials to you if you would be interested.
|Diane L. Teague Webb||Walter and James Teague|
Thank you for searching for the above infant children of my great grand parents. I think they just didn't put up stone for small infant children in the family.
Samuel and son William Banks Teague buried in that cemetery with good size stone. Both died when family contacted Typhoid fever. The Samuel Teague Family Bible had the whole story written by Martha Susan (Davidson) Teague who belonged to the Society of Friends. Their youngest son Cecil Newcomer Teague (my grandfather) 6 months old given to a neighbor to care for him while Martha Susan was caring for the family. Tragic story in our family.
Thank you for your time in checking cemetery.
Diane L. (Teague) Webb
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