|Carl Catherman (#47367106)|
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|I live in central Pennsylvania. I have been interested in genealogy for over 30 years. Most of my research is on the descendants of German immigrant J. Adam Bohlender but I have also served as the K/Catherman Reunion Association genealogist since 1999. Since retiring in 1994 I have traveled tens of thousands of miles to do original research in courthouses, cemeteries and libraries.|
I have made every effort to be sure that the information I post is accurate but I'm not perfect so if you see something that you think might be incorrect please contact me. I will also be happy to provide sources for any information I have posted.
Note: Many of the births and deaths I have recorded are attributed to Snyder County, Pennsylvania. Researchers should be aware that Snyder County was not created until 1855. From 1813 through 1854 it was part of Union County. From 1772 through 1812 it was part of Northumberland County.
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|Alan McAdams||Elizabeth Catherman Morrison|
This woman was my great-great grandmother. Her son, George Morrison was my great grandfather. Can't remember if I've corresponded with you before or not.
Can you please tell me who the parents of MAGDALENA BOLLENDER (Baursox) were..... I have Magdalena Morr as her mother, but I believe that is incorrect.....thanks for your time ! Leslie (Fleming) Lenhart firstname.lastname@example.org
|amandasue||Haseplug/Hassenplug/ family update|
Hope that you are doing well. I am still doing research to find out where the Anna Christena Shumaker goes, or in other words who she is related to. Her stone says she was married to a John Shumaker, but I can not find a John in 1850 census info. Also the Charley PY. Hasenpluck. I found a number of more ways they spelled your relatives names. Hapenplug and Hosencrook were among the ones I was amazed with. Someday we will get to the root of it, I am sure. :)
|Debbie||RE: Mable Pees|
You are more than welcome friend-
Added by Debbie on Jan 12, 2015 12:06 PM
|Don Short||Marsteller Cemetery|
Carl; Thank you for your reply. I can understand your cousins position. Regards...Don
|Don Short||Marsteller family cemetery|
Carl; Many years ago I traveled to the Berks Co historical society to try to locate the burial site for Peter Marsteller. The only info available was that he was buried at the Marsteller burying ground on the old Heimbach farm. I was pleased to see that the cemetery is now listed on Find A Grave and that you have created memorials for him and his wife.
Henry Jacob Rauch had sons Philip and Henry who married Eva and Rosina Marsteller, sisters of Peter. This may be why he referred to Peter as son -in-law. I will be sending you a SAC to update Henry's memorial. The Lahr noted in Henry's will is most likely a brother of his wife Magdelina Lahr.
Thank you for your work on Find A Grave. Regards... Don Short
|Cindy Watson||RE: Irwin|
You are very welcome!
|Christine Noga||RE: Dallas Auble|
|M R McMullin||RE: Mary Ellen Blosser|
Yes, I noticed there was a discrepancy, too. I thought maybe you would want to add her obituary to her Bio, anyway.
Thanks and God Bless!
|Bruce Speck||RE: Robert Mitchell|
Your welcome. I'm glad I could assist you.
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