My interest in family history began when I was about 10 as my great-aunt shared some of her work with me. My mother also worked on our family history for about 20 years (without a computer)but she is no longer able to see well enough to continue. I've picked up where she left off.
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3 Mead graves in Bethel Mary Lou, I am sending you the three graves not because you ask, you didn't but I believe they belong to you. Don't ever hesitate to ask because there are people like me that walk the cemeterys and record all of them. We hope someone will want them. lol Bethel was the cemetery I recorded because I have a lot of family there. I kept mine and one by one, a home has become available for them. Thank you for working your family tree.
Haymaker My great grandfather Martin Jacob Strobel(1851-1929) married Louisa Haymaker(1856-1909) and one of their children was Mazo Loraine Strobel(1899-1982) who was my maternal grandmother. I am also having trouble with Eva and Jacob Haymakers' grandson William D Haymaker(1813-1859) buried in Ohio or is it just David Haymaker(1813-1858)buried in Clay County Indiana. Both were born in Pennsylvania. Both have Frederick Haymaker(1772-1850) listed as their father. But only one had a daughter named Louisa and that is David. Sometimes this makes my head spin. If you could shed some light on this it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much for your help. Thomas
Jacobs church cemetery Do you have any connections to anyone who would photograph the cornerstone of Jacobs Church in Leitersburg, Pa.? The church adjoins the cemetery but has been razed. The only thing left is the cornerstone which was turned into a monument. It is constantly vandalized. I found your Christian Lantz site. Thanking you in advance, Dale Lantz