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|Geneology research has brought me a lot of joy. I hope that my work will help other researchers along the way.|
I am currently working on my Shaum family in Indiana and Ohio. I would love to share with any other family members. Just send me an email!
Most of the Shaums in the US trace their linage to Johannes Shaum who immigrated to Pennsylvania from Germany in about 1775. He had 9 children. My family descends from his son John (1797-1882.) John was born in Pennsylvania and moved to Ohio. John and his wife Sarah Buzzard had 16 children.
George, Amos, Samuel, Rebecca and Michael stayed in Ohio. All the others moved to Indiana: Jacob, Manassus, Adam, Henry, Christian, John, Rachel, Mary, Sarah, Joseph.
I am looking for my Indiana relatives and tryig to get them all linked up!
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|IMK||Sgt Joseph Herwick|
Memorial Number 102675343.
The picture you have posted on this Find a grave is not the right Joseph Herwick.
This is my Great Great Grandfather Grave memorial.
The man in the picture is not him.
You are correct this is a a Herwick but I believe this is Alexander.
I Herwick 47617381
Added by IMK on May 11, 2016 8:19 AM
|JCPFinder||Lydia Herwick Cummings|
I spoke with the head of the Edinboro Cemetery Association. Lydia is buried next to her husband, William Kinkade Cummings, in the Edinboro Cemetery. Unfortunately, there is no longer a stone marking her grave. The Cemetery Association was unaware of this until I told them. There is a group of Cummings graves in a sort of half circle on top of a knoll, from Benjamin F (1886-1952) and wife Bernice M (1883-1984), to [Lydia's grave, unmarked] to William K. Cummings (1862-1948), Susie D. Cummings (1865-1924), and Ida M. Cummings (1892-1917). I took pictures of all of them, if you would like them. Sorry I could not get you the photo you wanted. I do have a photo with William's stone on the right and a grassy space on the left where Lydia's should be, if you would like that.
Just thought I'd pass along there is an online internment list For Shelby, IA cemetery if you would like to include block number with your photo request.
Added by Mazz on Feb 01, 2016 8:19 AM
|Kevin Finch||William Low|
I have claimed your request for William. I don't know if you checked his memorial, but there is a picture posted. If you tap the picture, the person who posted it, states that the gravesite is unmarked, and placed a rose on the spot of his grave, for the picture.
|Terry Start||Olive Bogardus Photo Request|
The grave site you requested to be photographed for Olive Bogardus was already done on 7/2/2015 and the captions on the photographs indicate that no marker was ever placed on this grave.
|BjJ||Amy Carmean Abbott 23917566 - photo request|
As already indicated in the plot field of Amy's memorial, she has no stone. The photo already there is of the Carmean plot in Block 8. There is no other photo that can be obtained of her grave as it and the others buried in the same plot are unmarked. I have marked your request a problem and to be removed so that others don't attempt to locate this identified grave.
Added by BjJ on Dec 09, 2015 6:31 AM
|margaret||Carrie Marie Dearing|
You are correct, however, I cannot make the correction. You need to contact Euda Breshears who you transferred to.
Added by margaret on Sep 29, 2015 9:26 PM
|margaret||Carrie Marie|Added by margaret on Sep 29, 2015 9:21 PM
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: Altland Photo|
Anytime, glad I could find it.
|LGUHSE||Robert Lowell Guhse|
Find A Grave Memorial# 92801835
Request transfer of memorial to my care.
Added by LGUHSE on Jul 02, 2012 12:05 PM
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