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Mary Jane Evertz (#47235203)
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Tombstone Tourista
RE: aden
Oops, my mistake. Sorry
Added by Tombstone Tourista on Apr 01, 2016 1:29 PM
J.R. Pfaff
Cresse Memorials
The memorials for Mary and Orville Cresse in the Cold Spring Presbyterian Cemetery have been updated as requested. If you would like any further information added or if you would like to manage the memorials please do not hesitate to let me know.

Thank You,

J.R. Pfaff
Added by J.R. Pfaff on Mar 14, 2016 12:44 PM
Steve Staruch
RE: Gemberling update
Thanks Mary Jane - I've deleted mine. All set!
Steve
Added by Steve Staruch on Feb 27, 2016 1:01 PM
Steve Staruch
Gemberling update
Hi Mary Jane - hope you're doing well.
I've been working on the Gemberling family lately, and just added a memorial for William B. Gemberling at the Union cemetery in Selinsgrove. When I went to add links, I see you have a memorial built without a cemetery. I can confirm he's buried here from my own transcription of the cemetery. If you'd like to move him, I'll delete mine. Your memorial is #153966429.
Thanks!
Steve
Added by Steve Staruch on Feb 27, 2016 6:02 AM
WNS
RE: 38854788 Schmeyer
Genealogy is such a fun hobby and I appreciate the question. Happy holidays! Bill
Added by WNS on Dec 16, 2015 2:49 PM
WNS
RE: 38854788 Schmeyer
After re-reading pages 177-184 of Ianne Smyer's biography of Johannes Schmierer, in which she also discusses the Pennsylvania families, there just isn't any hard evidence that's been found to link him to JJS.

I'm not saying there definitely is not a relationship, but that no hard evidence has been found to support the belief and there is hard evidence to believe otherwise. For example, we know, thanks to Ianne, that by comparing his signature throughout his life that Johannes Schmierer immigrated to the U.S. in 1755 on the ship Neptune.

Ianne is a retired (?) lawyer who did a splendid job of research. Many documents are shown in her book. I believe the book is available at the Catawba County Historical Association, although perhaps no longer for sale? At one time it could be ordered through amazon, but that was quite a few years ago.

"John Smyer: Plain Deutsch Pioneer" by Ianne Smyer, Catawba County Historical Association Press, 15 College Avenue, Newton, NC 28658. (c) 2002. ISBN 0-9702776-1-X.

Happy hunting, Merry Christmas and thanks again!

Bill

Added by WNS on Dec 15, 2015 7:27 PM
WNS
RE: 38854788 Schmeyer
Thanks. The two symbols to insert are @ after roots and a period (.) after blueridgehost.

I don't list my email explicitly on Find A Grave because I think bots harvest emails here for spam. So it's in this form:

xxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxx.net

Once we can swap emails, I have some immigration records to share with you that show why I suspect that Maria Barbel Doll was JJ's mother, not his wife!

Bill

Added by WNS on Dec 14, 2015 1:47 PM
Judi Schoonover
Related to Powells
Hi Mary Jane,
My line descends from Ann Cheesman and Richard Powell III. Ann's great grandfather, Richard Cheesman married Hannah Stringman. Richard Cheesman is my 7th great grandfather. My line is the Cheesman line. Thanks, Judi Schoonover
Added by Judi Schoonover on Dec 14, 2015 1:32 PM
WNS
RE: 38854788
Hey, I'm finally free to spend some time on this. I've been eager to get started. :-)

One question before I dive in fully. What is your source(s) for the birth, death and bio info you used to create the Find A Grave memorial for Johann Jacob Schmeyer (JJS)? I see it cited in several family trees on ancestry.com, but when I check the sources in each tree I see only other family trees. Of course I'm just getting started!

My plan is to learn all I can about JJS based on sources other than other's family trees. Hard sources, in other words.

May we continue by email for some privacy in case we need it? If you agree, my email address is:
roots
blueridgehost
net

with the appropriate symbols inserted.

Thanks, Bill
Added by WNS on Dec 13, 2015 4:08 PM
Judi Schoonover
RE: Mary Powell
No problem. I apologize for addressing you as Mary Ann. Thanks, Judi
Added by Judi Schoonover on Dec 09, 2015 1:07 PM
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