|Ivy Sitler-Balish (#41130631)|
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I've been a Find A Grave member for as long as I can remember. I prefer to go to cemeteries on foot and do my work that way, it makes it a bit more personal to view and pay your respects to the ones you will be doing a memorial for. I am married and have one toddler along with a dog and one cat. My first sponsor is for my late-Calico cat; Callie. R.I.P. Callie, mamma loves you!|
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|Barbara Hemmingsen||Robert P. King|
Would you consider transferring the Robert P. King Memorial #5750045 to me, Barbara Hemmingsen, 47651287? I am writing his biography because he served with my g, g grandfather in the Civil War.
|Debra A. Felger||RE: Albert B. Forney|
I'm sorry, but I don't remember this email.
Could you please transfer the two Lutz memorials: Eliza Jane and Henry Lutz to me?
They are my relatives.
|J Martin||Harriet J (Anglemeyer) Fenstermaker|
Thank you for transferring the Memorials to me.
The Harriet I was referring to is a different one: Find A Grave Memorial# 5682871.
She is in the same cemetery as William Robert Fenstermaker, their headstones are identical and they have the same list of children in each file. Her maiden name wasn't in the file yet. I provided it for you to add - Anglemeyer. I will be glad to work with them though so all turned out well. :) Thanks, JMartin.
Added by J Martin on Feb 27, 2013 6:58 PM
|Tom Brocher||Ben Nuzum|
Thank you for transfering this Nuzum memorial to me. I very much appreciate that!
|J Martin||RE: William Fenstermaker|
Will do. Thanks. JMartin
Added by J Martin on Feb 12, 2013 11:59 PM
|The Lady in Black||Hi there!|
Good to see you again!
|Gravehound Club||Roland and Florence Abbey|
FYI, there are duplicate records for these folks. One record has a picture, the other does not.
|The Lady in Black||RE: :)|
And, a very Happy New Year to you, too!
All the best in 2011!
|Anne Rupert||RE: Wetzel|
I would leave the spelling as headstone portrays.
Spelling of so many German names in this area mutated over the years , It does make searching difficult. Keeping them linked to children and parents with various spellings helps to understand this better.
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