Adam William Franklin Kimmel Dear EdBeh, Forgive me was I mixed up. I think the stone for Frances Behney and her husband Adam William Franklin Kimmel is messed up, I think the Frank is the same as (Adam William Franklin) and the dates are wrong. Makes my head spin.
Gertrude Jamison Knoll Behney Suedberg Church of God Cemetery. Gertrude was cremated and her ashes were buried on top of Hilda Behney (1902-1972). She was married to Harold Behney (1923-1987) who was also creamated and buried there. There is a military marker for Harold but nothing for Gertrude. Robert C Knoll was also creamated in 2012 and buried in the same area. Karen
Christena Hershberger-East Liberty You had requested a photograph of the gravestone of Christena Hershberger who you think is buried in East Liberty Cemetery in Green, OH. There is a picture posted but it is the wrong Christena's stone. Your requested was wrongly deleted.
RE: Ida VanHorn Yes we are related to Irene, she was my husband's grandmother. That is where the info came from but I found in an Omaha NE information site that she actually died when she was 58 on 11/29/61. Will be changing it as soon as they send me a copy of the obit. Thank you for your input. Are you related also?
Wetzel Just want you to know it was a beautiful day today as we worked on the grave markets for John, Sarah, and Martin Wetzel. We actually took pictures yesterday but the stones were so covered with moss that the writing was not legible in the photos. We checked with the caretaker, who has a degree in restoration of monuments, and he advised us to clean them with just plain water and a soft, not bristled brush. We returned today with jugs of water, spray bottle, and soft toothbrushes. I would to for you to see the "before" but didn't want to post it on this memorial. Sincerely, Susan
Wetzel I was able to locate the graves of John, Sarah, Martin, and Mary Wetzel. I did photograph them but the quality was not great because of some type of growth covering the markers. I talked with the cemetery caretaker who has a degree in preservation of old buildings and monuments, and he suggested using a soft bristled brush to removed the green growth. I will try to complete this tomorrow, October 9, 2015.
Mabel Blatt - Your Memo via Find-A Grave I photographed and documented the Memorials in the Heidelberg Cemetery, on Church Road in Robesonia, Pa. The Cemetery was incorporated in the late 1800 by three churches in the Robesonia area. There is another cemetery across Church Road, on the north east corner that is called St. Daniels Cemetery. St. Daniels is associated with St. Daniels Church which is located across the Street from the Cemetery.
I contacted the Heidelberg Cemetery Supervisor and asked about the name of the Cemetery and was told about the founding and Incorporation of the Heidelberg Cemetery. He also provided me with information on all of the interments in that cemetery.
Based on the above, Memorials that I have entered into the Find A Grave dateabase are in fact located in the Heidelberg Cemetery.
My best guess is that locals have combined the two Cemeteries in local legend and call both St. Daniels but in fact there are two distinct Cemeteries..