|Neil D Scheidt (#47099775)|
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My particular areas of interest are Berks, Montgomery, Schuylkill, and Lehigh Counties in Pennsylvania.|
I do not acknowledge a name in a cemetery with a name only, blank dates and no other means of identification, and will not suggest data for edits or make family links to same. It is the responsibility of the original submitter to identify such memorials as an actual person buried there.
My Patriots of the Revolution include:
George Herbst 1712, George Dry 1725, Johannes Koch 1725, Daniel Guldin 1735, Johann Christian Scheidt 1736, Michael DeLong 1739, Bernhard Eitel 1745, Michael Krebs 1744, Henrich Knauss 1746, John De Turck 1747, Marmaduke Von Buskirk 1750, John Grant 1754, Sebastian Koch 1757
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|Mark Maxwell||RE: Rupperts|
Since I have no direct connection with the churches/cemeteries, I would leave that up to you to make your case with the two of them.
Fenstermacher -■ (that little symbol snuck into my post) grins...
|Debra Werkheiser-Kemmerer||Thank you :)|
thank you for the transfer of the John Fenstermacher■ memorial... that was very kind of you... Deb
I have changed the bios of Abraham and Herman to read that their entries in Dryville should be considered as cenotaphs. Can you please change your references to "the church" or "this church" to define which we are talking about? Was it St. Paul's that was razed, or Mertz?
|Debra Werkheiser-Kemmerer||Hello Neil|
I just wanted to tell you that I appreciate your great work! When I see your name on a pic or memorial I say to myself... "Neil D Scheidt" figures this is a good one.... lolololol... Kudos to you and your work... And, thanks for sharing.. Deb
Hi Neil yes we make it right here on our property, we are glad you like it.
It was our pleasure to send it to you..
You can see a video at our web site
Thanks agian for all your help in finding a missing GGGM which means a lot to me
Added by Hinkle on Aug 19, 2014 8:15 AM
|Mark Maxwell||RE: Abraham Ruppert|
Yes I did read the obit. Mertz has a burial record for Abraham. Does the church at Lobachsville? As I said before I have an obit for my great-grandfather being buried in one cemetery and he is in another. I put more trust in a church cemetery burial record than a newspaper obit.
|Mark Maxwell||Abraham Ruppert|
Spoke with Eleanor Dreibelbis and she said that the church obtained markers to replace missing veterans headstones of those listed in church records as interred in Dryville. Unless you found someting in St. Paul's records, it appears Abraham was buried with a lot of his family and Catherine was buried with a lot of her family.
BTW, Eleanor speaks highly of your efforts with the small family cemeteries in the area.
|Mark Maxwell||RE: Ruppert of Dryville?|
Lloyd died in April, 2013 and is buried in Dryville so I will haveto find out who has the records now.
|Mark Maxwell||RE: Ruppert of Dryville?|
Still plan to be at Dryville this Sunday. Hope to get there early enough to talk with someone at the church who knows about the old section. Will let you know what I find out. Were the Bergers from Lobachs and Rupperts from Dryville? We have a few husband/wife separations including my great-uncle Edward in Germania Cemetery (Galloway Twp, Atlantic Co.) with the Krieg family and great-aunt Elizabeth in East View Cemetery (Salem City, Salem Co.) with the Riley family.
In 2007 I entered what turned out to be Wilhelmina Hammes. My photo was done on my old camera and I couldn't pull up her name only the maiden name Berger. I was able to get her birth day (31). I have deleted my entry since yours is more complete and has a much better photo.
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