|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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|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the transfer of the Glenn E. Shafer memorial.
|BOKR1958||Thank you for your generosity|
Thank you for the transfer of the memorial for Robert Charles "Champ" McKenrick. It was an unexpectedly kind gesture. I thank you for your contributions and efforts on Find-A-Grave.
Added by BOKR1958 on Nov 22, 2015 5:34 PM
|angel searcher||Sheely & Mehring|
Thank You so much for the transfers, that was very kind and thoughtful of you, and I really appreciate it alot. God Bless, and have a great Holiday!!
|Bonnie ||Albert C Delphey|
Albert is a distant cousin of mine. He is the information for his memorial :
Albert C Delphey .... born 1879. Died at 16 year old on October 20, 1893. Obit appeared in The News , Frederick newspaper on October 27, 1893. He had been suffering with paralysis for past 5 years Buried in Haughs Church Cemetery at Ladiesburg, Frederick County, Md
Added by Bonnie on Nov 17, 2015 1:00 PM
|Julie LeHunt||Silas Van Trump|
Unfortunately, I have been unable to find your Silas Van Trump in Kiplinger Cemetery in Cambridge City, Wayne County, Indiana. That doesn't mean he isn't there! I have just this evening added photos of tombstones for everyone whose stone I could attribute to them within a reasonable certainty. However, there were nine (9) stones for which I could not make out any of the inscriptions thereon. Although I added them to the cemetery itself, if you will email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, I'd be happy to send photos of those stones to you & maybe you could make out something I can't see. I grew up down the road from that cemetery; it is so very peaceful. I used shots of it for my 4H photo project in elementary school & WISH I could find them...I was certain there was a Revolutionary War veteran buried there. Given the age of most of the folks buried there, I assume someone served in a war somewhere, so I make certain to place an American flag there every Memorial Day.
|John Roby Morsberger||W. Glenn Routzahn & wife|
W. Glenn Routzahn Memorial# 54130999
Eva May Routzahn Memorial# 54130990
September 3, 1915.--- Routzahn---Hightman.
A quiet, but pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frnk Hightman, near Burkittsville, at noon Thursday, Aug. 26, when their daughter, Miss Eva M. Hightman, became the bride of Mr. W. Glenn Routzahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Routzahn, south of Middletown. Rev. H. C. Erdman, pastor of the Burkittsville Lutheran church, performed the ceremony. … The bride was dressed in a gown of white crepe meteor. Her bridal veil was fastened with lilies of the valley, and she carried a bouquet of bride’s roses. … The house was lighted by pink and green candles and decorated with greens, with a large arch with a bell made of evergreen and asters. A dinner was served in honor of the bride and groom, who then left on a bridal trip to Cleveland, Ohio. [BRUNS CITZ 20SEP2015]
Source: The Brunswick Citizen published Sep. 17, 2015, “The Latest from the Last CENTURY” (gleaned from The Valley Register)
John Roby Morsberger
|Shirley Angel||Evergreen Cemetery|
I have a death certificate for my grandfather's sister and according to the certificate her body was taken to the Evergreen Cemetery in Adams County Gettysburg. I have tried a couple of times to contact someone at that cemetery and have yet heard back from anyone.
I am traveling to Gettysburg for the sole purpose of locating my great aunt and I am afraid that I will not be able to locate her without help. Is this something that you would be interested in helping me with? I don't know if there isn't a memorial for her, but no one has documented her through find a grave. Her name is Carrie Margaret Shellenberger Weiss and her official death date is June 22, 1929.
I would appreciate any help or advise that you have.
|dennis ||4 zerfing transfers|
Please consider transferring the following to me to maintain:
George Morris Zerfing 80670435
Elsie Zerfing 80670503
Janet Zerfing Dobbins 80670656
Carol Zerfing 80670587
My wife's paternal uncle, spouse and 2 daughters.
Added by dennis on Aug 18, 2015 9:08 AM
|Sid Courtney||Walter Hess|
Thanks for the picture in Evergreen Cemetery of the graves of Nellie and Walter Hess. I was there last year, but couldn't find the grave, even though I had been there for Nell's burial in 1980. He was quite a man. He was a long time ag professor at Penn State and a vet of the WWI. I believe he was the last surviving WWI vet in the area.
|Rebecca Herman||Clergy in the area, circa|
I have ancestors in Franklin PA Washington MD and Frederick MD. One pair (Solomon Andrew and Hannah Bittinger) was reportedly married by "Prof. Krauth" in 1834 - Ancestry.com says in Gettysburg - I'm thinking that Gettysburg is where the records are, not where they were actually married, since the census has them in Guilford near Chambersburg. Do you know anything of this Professor Krauth? Maybe this is Charles Krauth, first president of Gettysburg College?
Maybe because of your extensive research you have knowledge at the top of your head. Thanks very much for any info you are able to share!
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