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KING, JOHNSON, CORDER, BURGESS, FAIRFAX, MELTON, SIMMONS and company . . .
HARNISH, BANGS, FETTERHOFF, LIGHT, KOPF, LANGS, LABOUR, EVELAND and company . . .
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|Donna Butler Sheaffer||RE: 58849814|
I can't read it. The month is June but someone placed a date on the picture and I can't read the rest of the date.
|Russ Ottens||Eve Heckert Fetterhoff|
I'm a direct descendant of John Fetterhoff (1790-1829). I'll have to research this further before I make the change. My own mother was 42 when I was born, so I see nothing unusual there. In Dauphin County, there was so much inbreeding, it's certainly plausible that a woman might marry a child of an older sister.
|Bill Neff||NEFF, Henry & Susannah|
I just noticed your edits for Henry and Susannah Neff of Lancaster Co., PA, Manor Twp., Neff Graveyard. Have researched this family in great detail and find NO record of either Henry or Susannah having or using middle names. The sources include the original family Bible in the possession of family members and a Fraktur in German giving Henry and Susannah's marriage and the names and birth dates of each of their children. This original fraktur, in German, is in the manuscript collection at the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Soc. and a photograph and translation can be found in the NEFF-NAF Genealogy by Wm. Neff, 1991, pages 67-68. Early Mennonite families with a few exceptions did not give their off-spring middle names until much later in the 1800's. Would appreciate a primary source record that you may be referring to. Thank you for your contribution to Find-a-Grave. Wm Neff
|chevydelray55||RE: Elizabeth Hershey Eby|
Elizabeth Hershey Eby...#30117292
|chevydelray55||Elizabeth Hershey Eby|
Hello. Can you please explain the reason for your edit? If you are a relative perhaps you could help me to resolve the discrepancies between the Find A Grave birth date and the birth date that has been recorded in Geni?
Thank-you in advance for your time.
|Amanda.||RE: DUNAWAY and company|
How exciting about the Dunaway research! I have a book complied by Ruby Dunaway Westbrook from about 10+ years ago, but unfortunately I have found questionable errors within the book concerning my specific ancestry on the Dunaway family tree. I have recently tried reaching out to some of her family members (she is now deceased) to see if anyone has intent to update the book, but I have not received a response. I am very new to family research, so I could be wrong instead. :) I will be emailing you with more info. Thanks so much for reaching out to me. Blessings to you and yours...
Added by Amanda. on Jul 25, 2016 12:09 PM
|As Time Goes By||RE: # 27181671|
You are most welcome. It took me second trip to find her but she was in plain sight all the time. The stone is poorly readable s you noticed. I got it to come forth a bit by pouring plain water on it. Also I believe the spelling of her first name, to me, appears to be Lodema, the "m" on the stone seems a bit obscure, and part of it looks like an "i" but could be you had the spelling correct and my eyes failed me. Either way, the stone is very old. Glad we could see it as well as we did.
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||RE: # 59900204|
Hi! Are you related to George Fetterhoff and his wife Katherine (Find A Grave Memorial# 59900266).
My daughter, Dorothy Vigano, is the family genealogist, and has had the Ancestry.com DNA done on our family. When she searched for McFerren, Katherine Fetterhoff and George Fetterhoff and their daughter, Elizabeth, came up as being closely related to our McFerren line.
Do you have any data on Peter McFerren I 1792-1864 161727431, who could biologically be the father of Peter McFerren II (1812-1898) Find A Grave Memorial# 38419984. The latter (Peter II) had no parents, and the DNA connection links us to the McFerren-Fetterhoff line.
Anything in your family bible?
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||P.S.|
The photo I saw (including maps) were at:
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||RE: # 59900204 # 132078959|
OK...There was a photo I saw and asked the originator to post it to her parent's memorials.
It showed about 10 really old graves at the family farm burial site, nearby the Chapel.
Do you live anywhere near the Fetterhoff Chapel or farm?
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