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Mary Jane Evertz (#47235203)
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Steve Staruch
RE: Charles N Gemberling - Union cemetery
Haha - keep them coming! Most of my memorials were done prior to the linking capability being availalbe - and I think its going to be a part time job to update everything. I'm in almost every day.
Added by Steve Staruch on Oct 21, 2015 7:55 PM
Steve Staruch
Charles N Gemberling - Union cemetery
Hi Mary Jane - I think I managed to muff this up a little bit. I was adding/updating prior to seeing your update requests - and somehow, spouses were added twice (never did that before - didn't think it would let you!) and without thinking I deleted the original memorial, assuming it was a dupe. But it wasn't - so I've rebuilt it - but lost the picture. I'll put it on my list of things to do the next time out that way.
Added by Steve Staruch on Oct 21, 2015 2:20 PM
Robert Hobdell
RE: LaBold
Hi Mary Jane, You're quite welcome. When I get a chance I'll go over my records and see if any one else is in the same lot. If So I'll transfer them also. Best - rob
Added by Robert Hobdell on Sep 30, 2015 8:36 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Daniel Ehrhart
Mary Jane, in my earlier message I mentioned I worked on a local family while at Susquehanna - it was the Gemberlings! I still am in touch with some researchers in the midwest, and let them use my work as a base, which they updated and put online a while back. It really is a small world!
Added by Steve Staruch on Sep 20, 2015 3:27 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Daniel Ehrhart
Thanks again Mary Jane - I see you added from my email - it looks great. I'll have to look around for that diary. And I did find his wife - now that Ancestry links to the FamilySearch court records; Letters were filed in 1896 (I think - I found it late last night) for Rebecca Earhart, of Milton. I guess she's buried in the Milton cemetery - her descendants are there, too. I've added all this to my list of things to do for my next trip out that way. Well, thanks again.
Added by Steve Staruch on Sep 20, 2015 1:48 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Daniel Ehrhart
That's no problem - i was going to tell you to put your name on there somehow/somewhere. Or just add it to the notes - I'll leave it there.
Added by Steve Staruch on Sep 20, 2015 1:05 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Daniel Ehrhart
Well, that's up to you Mary Jane - I'm not a direct relative, but do hope to add things as I find them. My user ID is 46919151 - or I could request. But again, totally up to you.
Added by Steve Staruch on Sep 20, 2015 12:46 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Daniel Ehrhart
Thanks for moving his memorial to Nashville. You have the correct Daniel; an Orphan's Court record in York County in 1864 refers to him as Daniel Ehrhart of Selinsgrove. He was the son of John Ehrhart (1790-1863) and his second wife, Catherine Tritt/Trutt. We don't know where they are buried, but they lived in Newberry twp, York Co.
I don't know what happened to Daniel's wife, Margaret Rebecca Stock. She applied for a pension as a widow a few months after Daniel's death. She is still living in Selinsgrove in 1870; but I can't find her after that. She may have remarried, since she had two children: John b. 1852, and William, b. 1858. These sons lived in Milton, Northumberland Co and are buried there.
My great great grandmother was an Ehrhart from Shrewsbury, York County; so I've been working on this family for years (its about a 300 page Word doc now). When I lived in Selinsgrove (I went to Susquehanna University) I started doing genealogy on a local family to learn how to do things, And I would run into the Ehrhart name, but never realized it would tie into my own family, distantly, so many years later!
I attended the 150th anniversary of Gettysburg two years ago; and it is even more meaningful now that I have a family member who was actually fighting there.
Thanks again for updating his memorial.
Added by Steve Staruch on Sep 19, 2015 9:03 PM
Rich Ware
John Nace transfer
Thank you Mary Jane. Much appreciated. I have already written his bio.

Added by Rich Ware on Aug 12, 2015 9:43 PM
Rich Ware
My contributor number
Hi Mary Jane,

My contributor #47399261.

Thanks and best wishes,

Added by Rich Ware on Aug 11, 2015 12:19 PM
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