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Tom Donahue (#47182363)
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I have a passion for family research. My family is from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area.

Interested in the following surnames: Donahue/Donohue, Steel/Steele, Stier, Stokley, Lockard, Kroft, Metzler, Kauffman, Spence.

I welcome and encourage corrections and additions to memorials that I have created. For transfers please state relationship.

Any photos that I have taken may be added to your family webpage without further permission.
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Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
Quarryville Cemetery
I can not thank you enough for documenting the Quarryville Cemetery. It's amazing just how many people that are buried in Riverview Cemetery have roots in Quarryville.
Added by Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett on Apr 18, 2014 1:18 PM
Donna Butler Sheaffer
RE: Jerry Miller
Bob Bitts was Lena's only son. He was the oldest and the only one who knew who his father was (Ramon Bitts) The rest of his siblings went by Lena's maiden name Miller. A lucky chance she married a Miller, but he wasn't any of her children's father. Donna
Added by Donna Butler Sheaffer on Apr 15, 2014 4:45 PM
Donna Butler Sheaffer
RE: Jerry Miller
I changed Jerry to yhe cemetery, but you are wwrong about John being his father. Lena Miller is my husband's aunt and Jerry's cousin. The reason his last name is Miller is because that was her maiden name. No one knows for sure who his father is. Donna
Added by Donna Butler Sheaffer on Apr 15, 2014 3:02 PM
Royce E Hostetler
Sam Bauman 80820235
thanks for catching my error for link to father.

since Have done better research and updated links for parents, siblings, children.

Added by Royce E Hostetler on Apr 14, 2014 7:02 PM
Royce E Hostetler
SAM Bauman 808202235
Added by Royce E Hostetler on Apr 14, 2014 7:01 PM
Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
RE: James Ralph Roop
Didn't realize that you were online too. When I went back to be sure I knew what I was saying and I surely thought that I had lost it altogether.
Added by Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett on Apr 14, 2014 7:19 AM
Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett
RE: Lena May Gaul Waltman
I also love to review older memorials that I have created...except that usually puts me way off task. One thing leads to another and then I cant even remember what exactly I started doing in the first place.
Added by Carolyn Y Lowe Shifflett on Apr 14, 2014 6:49 AM
RE: Franklin Jerome #85745718
Franklin Jerome was the brother of my great grandmother. According to our family records, Franklin served in the Civil War, but he lived in Canton, St. Lawrence, NY. He enlisted 1 Nov 1861 in Rensselaer Falls, NY and mustered out 29 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC. They moved to Dakota in 1881. I have more info on his family if you're interested and have posted a photo of Franklin. This is his pension card:
Civil War Pension card
Franklin Jerome 93 NY Inf - Dec 18 1899
widow - Elizabeth Jerome - June 30, 1911 SD
Added by Cathy on Apr 13, 2014 6:20 PM
Franklin Jerome #85745718
Noticed you added a Civil War record for Franklin Jerome. Wondered if you are related to him?
Added by Cathy on Apr 13, 2014 11:59 AM
Richard Aurand Sherer
RE: Pattons in Mt. Nebo
Thanks for the correction and the explanation. I've made the changes.
Added by Richard Aurand Sherer on Apr 04, 2014 3:28 PM
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