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|Johnie W Huckeba Jr||William Huckeba|
Hi Todd, you created memorial for my 3rd great grandparents William and Sarah Brown Huckeba in the Old Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery that is currently located behind Calvary Temple Church. I have visited the cemetery and am aware that their graves do not have an inscribed headstone so their location in unknown.
I am interested in knowing what records or documents you used to establish that they were buried in this cemetery.
Thanks & Regards!
Johnie W Huckeba Jr
|WalkerMyersMaryland12||harry o decker|
hi im not directly related to this person, but my granddad's cousin Violet Schwartz (1915-2011) married him but they later got divorced. Hope I could help.
|Diane Nichols||RE: McPherson/McMaster|
So Eliza was Samuel's sister, right, Samuel being the oldest child, I think, born in Lancaster. Makes sense, thank you. Years ago my mother drew me a small map of the area around the McPherson farm. We knew that the house my uncle John Ferber lived in was built by the McPhersons (son John lived there with a couple unmarried sisters). It was locally called the Shaner house because of the family who lived in it when the McPhersons died off. Related somehow I know, but I can't recall how exactly due to my over-stuffed brain. My grandfather owned it for a time after the Shaners. Anyway, lower on the hill, toward Sharpsburg, was a section she labeled Dalzell. Makes sense that another daughter married into that family. My great-grandfather owned the very small farm opposite the McPherson acreage, bought around 1900 after he was severely injured in a farm accident and couldn't manage fields and livestock.
|Allison DeShon||Wadsworth Genealogy Club Meeting|
Hello! I just wanted to say thanks for helping with information on my family member yesterday. He was the one I thought might be a prison guard in Moundsville, WV. Hopefully I can make it to another meeting in the near future. I work all sorts of hours now that the holidays are approaching and it's high retail season!
|Bryan Fields||RE: Elizabeth Axe|
Glad to help you out with the picture and move your research along at the same time - best wishes!
|Robin "Hoschouer" Zeller||RE: Johann Peter Hoschaar|
Thank you Todd and I would like to talk with you more about our lines. If you would like to my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for the transfer.
|Bryan Fields||RE: Elizabeth Axe|
You are welcome. I added a better shot of the Burdick stone to her memorial page on the website in case you hadn't seen it.
|Erica Gonsalez||Lillian Liversage|
I just started to get into my family. I don't know very much information about my family.both of my parents are dead now. I found a picture of my Grandmothers headstone thanks to you !! I think you are a very awesome person . Thank You so much for taking time to help people like me learn about my family history !! You are the best. !!
Sorry, Todd. Kelly was the second request I did. Mea culpa.
|Sandi Gill||Ewings in Old St. Marys|
Kelly, I did not find any Ewings at all at Old St. Mary's Church. There are a lot of McEwens. Most graves are surprisingly well preserved. I'll leave the photo requests up but unclaim them. By the way, they are not at Morningside Cemetery, the cemetery for the newer St. Mary's Episcopal Church, just across Route 23. Wish I could help more. Sandi
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