|Corrin (Fitzkee) Downs (#46907601)|
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|I am very interested in doing my family tree. Alot of the info that I post comes from obits or funeral cards of my family members. My husband and I have met some long distant cousin's and I am very greatful for all there help filling in some empty spaces plus getting to know them as well. Some of the main family names are Fitzkee, Curry, Knicely(spelled many ways), Smeltzer, Urey, Vasellas, Dayton, Downs, Reichard and the list goes on.|
Special note to the people that volunteered to take there time to take pics for me are greatly appreciated!! (o: Thank you! :o)
I am adding virtual cems so this way all I need to do is click the link to add more of my family in.
All info and pics for Holtzinger Church Cemetery (AKA Windsor Church of God Cemetery)is completed for the ones that have passed on that have markers (added all info in 2008). After I was done doing this I found a website for York Co. cem records and they are missing atleast 9 people that I have listed. They are not all older headstones so even though they have there record as completed it isn't since I have 9 they dont. There are some that are still living that I didn't add but will in the future when that time comes. Hoping that this will help people find there relatives. I added marriage dates plus parents and obits if I could find them. Hoping that this little extra bit of info helps people out as well!
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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TRANSFERRING MY FAMILY.
Added by cigi on Feb 06, 2015 1:19 PM
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||McCoy|
Hi Corrin, I was at Freysville yesterday. Could not find Sylvester, but found others not on the list, so I added them and then transferred them. Hope you can use them. Sheila
|Pam Markel Styer||Sterling L Smeltzer|
The memorial for Sterling L Smeltzer, not Andrew, sorry.
|Pam Markel Styer||Andrew L Smeltzer|
Hi Corrin, I saw your memorial for Andrew L Smeltzer. Just wondering if you are related ? He is an ancestor of mine.
|R. Victor Shanaman||Mundises at Holtzinger's and Stonepile|
I have deleted ten Mundises from Stonepile after it was brought to my attention that there were duplicates of Mundises at Stonpile that should have only been at Holtzinger's. You might have also received the same email. I verified that I was indeed in error and corrected the problem.
|Glenda Barry||RE: Knicely in VA|
I realized after I had decorated some other graves that it was probably an error on the part of the company that made the marker. Thanks for checking on it!
CRALEY, David Lee Dellinger, 59, of Craley, died at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Heatherbank Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Columbia. He was the husband of Joan E. (Frey) Dellinger.
The service will be 10 a.m. Saturday at the Etzweiler Funeral Home Inc., 700 Hellam St., Wrightsville. Burial will be in Windsor Church of God Cemetery in Windsor Township, with military rites by York County Veterans Honor Guard. Viewing will be 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Mr. Dellinger was born Nov. 23, 1935, in Dover Township. He was the son of the late Charles and Francis (Wilt) Dellinger Sr.
He retired from ACCO in York, with 20 years of service, and was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of Red Lion Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1446, Dallastown American Legion Post 605, Craley Fire Company, Canadochly Ambulance Club, and Thomas Pickin Parlor in Craley.
Mr. Dellinger also is survived by a son, James L. Dellinger of Craley; a stepdaughter, Lu Ann Gembe of Windsor; a grandson; three step-grandchildren; and a brother, Charles Dellinger Jr. of Dover.
Officiating at the service will be the Rev. Richard B. Starr, pastor of Lakeside Lutheran Church in Harrisburg.
Memorial contributions may be made to Building Fund of St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Craley 17312; or to Hospice of Lancaster County, 120 W. Airport Road, Lititz 17543. 08-16-95
|Windy Varmette||Jacobs headstones|
Thank you anyways. I was hoping. Older stones will be hard to find in good condition.
|Lisa Fidler Walter||Hettinger|
Thank you Corrin! I really appreciate all of your help.
|Marc Borgo||Down's of Renovo|
My wife, son and grand-daughter took a ride to Renovo and saw your photo request. We walked the old cemetery west of Renovo but could not find the Downs' gravesite. We met a couple on the way out who knew them and said they were buried in the new cemetery east of Renovo on Rt. 120. It was a beautiful day and we all could use the extra exercise so that was no problem. Let me know if you want more details on exactly where the sites are.
Marc, Joanne, David & Ashley
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