|Amy Hunt (#47263728)|
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I am an art historian living in Gettysburg and have always loved visiting cemeteries. My aunt gave me a book of our family's genealogy in 2007 and I've had so much fun gathering more information and researching the other side of my family. I'm excited to help out when I can by taking photos in Adams and Franklin Counties PA and Frederick, Carroll and Washington Counties MD. I have appreciated so much, those who have helped me out with information and photos. I am familiar with most of the communities inwhich I photograph having lived, worked or having relatives in these places so if you have general questions about the area, I'd be happy to help if you are planning to travel to or visit any of them. I would happily transfer your relatives to you if you'd like or I'd be happy to add more information for you.|
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|Nancy Berntson||RE: Virtual Cemeteries|
Thank you so much Amy, that will be really nice to have them done that way. I know what I will be doing for a long time, LOL. I absolutely love family history and having been doing it for so many, many years and helping friends so it will be nice to be able to put each group together. Thank you so much
|Nancy Berntson||Just a Question|
How do you set up the virtual cemeteries like you did?
|David Herring||Robert Davidson Armor|
I calculated his birth date, from the date of the newspaper article published, then being that was a Wednesday, made his death date Jan 11, 1908. Therefore, birth 83y, 9m, 19d or 3 23 1824.
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the recent transfer of the Raymond D. Pepple memorial.
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Pauline Mazariegos|
Thank you so much for supplying her grave photo (St. Francis Xavier in Gettysburg); her obit gave no clue as to the person she married and took the last name Mazariegos; do you have a clue as to who he might be?
|L Richards||Cook, Oak Hill, Woonsocket RI|
Hi, Amy. We went out in the snow today searching for graves to fulfill photo requests. I was able to find the Cook family plot in Oak Hill that indicated Eva G. Cook was buried there. There was no name on the family headstone for Elmer. You can see from the photo I posted on Eva's page that there was at least 8" of snow still on the ground so I couldn't tell if there were individual ground markers or not.
Please let me know if you think there is another plot where Elmer might be. We will have to wait until the snow has melted to go back since it makes the effort somewhat futile.
Feel free to contact me if you have or need for info: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ray Bland||John Hill Hewitt family|
I just posted a response on the Hewitt Genealogy Forum to your John Hill Hewitt posting in March 2010. Please visit there to see the details. I'm researching Stephen Hayne Smith, second father-in-law of John Hill Hewitt.
|L Evans||Pearl Wilson|
If I haven't thanked you yet for the transfer, forgive me, I have been busy helping with a litter of puppies who lost their mother in the birthing process.
Take Care & Thanks Again,
Added by L Evans on Feb 02, 2014 2:59 PM
|Charles Patterson||Knight Memorial|
Thanks for the transfer, that was very much appreciated.
Thank you for your generosity in transferring Arthur Guy Taughinbaugh to my care. I have successfully connected him with his family. As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
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