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Margaret Sopp (#46619622)
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Bio Photo Genealogy has been my hobby since I was a teenager. I research all of my lines with equal passion.

However, I have the most information on my Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle family. That is because I research all the Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle branches. Thanks to the Sprenkel DNA Project, we have learned that virtually all Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle families in this country are part of the same family. Note that these surnames are also spelled Sprankel-Sprenkel-Sprinkel-Sprinkles. One branch uses the Sprengle spelling.

Nearly all of the memorials I create or manage at Find A Grave are for people who are on my family tree. Rarely do I create memorials for individuals who are not connected to me in some manner. And, each memorial I create or manage is special to me.

Find A Grave is such a wonderful concept, and it is a marvelous resource for genealogists.
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Rick Valentine
Sprinkle Family
RE: Charles Sprinkle, May Sprinkle and Melvin Sprinkle. Benjamin "Frank" Sprinkle, Julia Sprinkle. I may have information on these folks.
Contact me direct at Rick Valentine Member #47475621
Added by Rick Valentine on Mar 03, 2015 10:44 AM
Debbie Dabrowski
re: Layfette French
My source for his "Em" nickname came from "Burials in NE Cemetery". It was compiled by the NE Cemetery Assoc., and published by the Erie Society for Genealogical Research. Just thought I should cite my source on this for the record. Thanks, Debbie
Added by Debbie Dabrowski on Mar 03, 2015 9:58 AM
Julie Doty
RE: Susannah Custanbauter
You are very welcome. Julie
Added by Julie Doty on Feb 28, 2015 2:55 PM
Mitch Thomas
RE: Lavinia Sprankle Bridenbaugh
Will do
Added by Mitch Thomas on Feb 25, 2015 3:50 AM
Mitch Thomas
RE: Lavinia Sprankle Bridenbaugh
Thanks! That's pretty much what I have found as well. I'm having a hard time finding any definite information on her death and burial. I also can't find much on Benjamin.
Added by Mitch Thomas on Feb 24, 2015 3:27 PM
Kasey Aubel
RE: Cousins
Added by Kasey Aubel on Feb 24, 2015 12:23 PM
Grandma Patti
RE: Wisecup
I believe Nancy is the daughter of Jacob Wisecup and Nancy Franklin. I lost track of her after the 1880 census. Do you know who are the parents of Mary Thoroman Metz?

Added by Grandma Patti on Feb 24, 2015 10:08 AM
Mitch Thomas
RE: Lavinia Sprankle Bridenbaugh
Anything you may have. The only information I currently have is the marriage record for her and Benjamin Bridenbaugh.

Added by Mitch Thomas on Feb 20, 2015 5:46 PM
Mitch Thomas
Lavinia Sprankle Bridenbaugh
I'm not sure if I ever responded to your message. You sent me some information on the marriage of Benjamin and Lavinia Sprankle Bridenbaugh. I was checking to see if you have any information on Lavinia. Please and Thank You in advance for anything you may have.
Added by Mitch Thomas on Feb 19, 2015 6:22 PM
Anna Rowe Love
Archibald B Sprinkle
I was looking for more information to put on about your ancestor. I have made an entry for him, but when you update your entry with his death and burial places, I will delete mine (please let me know when you have done so). I think the information I have put in his FindAGrave record is self-explanatory, but I would also like to let you know that SCT&E and LNG are planning to build a large terminal on Monkey Island and it appears that their placement is where your ancestor was buried. I am interested in determining if those graves are still there (this can be done with penetrating radar). It is a dishonor to their memory (and their service) to ignore the men who were buried on Monkey Island.
Anna Rowe Love
Added by Anna Rowe Love on Feb 18, 2015 12:21 PM
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