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I have been researching my family history since 1993 and have been volunteering in the local Historical Society since 1994. I love diggin' into my family roots and helping others do it too. I love old cemeteries, even if my family is not there.|
Father side: Sykes, Walsh, Houck, Brummel, Plowman, Stevens, Ebaugh, Schaeffer (all spellings)Flickinger, Loudenslager, Marsh, Taylor, Allgire, Brown, Fowble, Gittenger, Leppo, Fresh, Frank and Bixler. (All Maryland)
Mother side: Kenyon, Conner, Sayles, Reynolds,
Thompson, Drake and Decker. (New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut).
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|Jim Bramble||Charlotte Transus Drake|
I'm hoping you can clarify a mystery for me regarding Charlotte's maiden name, which according to the death certificates of her children, and some other legal documentation from Chemung County, NY is Decker, can you tell me where the Transue/Transus is from.
Find A Grave Memorial# 70562330
|glenda wheeler||Leonard Pouder|
My name is Glenda Wheeler. Leonard Pouder in Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery is my husbands 5th great grand father.
George Pouder, who is my husbands 5th cousin 1x removed, has just joined Find a Grave and would like to contact you about Leonard Pouder.
Would you please contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
He is the person who had the stone for Leonard Pouder moved from the original farm site to the Kriders Lutheran Church Cemetery. He is a very informed Pouder Family member and has a lot to offer anyone doing research on the Pouder Family.
Please let me know if you can contact him.
Thank you so much.
|the Chronicler||RE: Re: Fred Gwynne|
Wow, I was hoping that after nearly 20 years, Mr. Gwynne's grave would be honored with a marker. But as history tell us, Errol Flynn, John Wayne, Ann Sheridan, and many others have gone decades before having a final epitaph. So we can only hope, Mr. G's day will come. Thank you for looking to confirm. -If you are ever in the area again, even an updated photo of his unmarked grave, would be appreciated. Again, thank you very much.
|MGBVA||Lelia Crowther Jones|
Thank you so much for the information on the Jones family, I have been trying to document the cemeteries in Nortumberland County.
I have not found the parents of Henry Fuller Jones YET. I am still working on Roseland Cemetery, the other possibility is that they were buried on their home property.
Added by MGBVA on May 22, 2012 5:55 AM
Thank you so much, for visiting and photographing my parents' graves. It means so much to me!
Added by ShelleyS on May 19, 2012 8:14 PM
|Debbie McConnell||Re: welcome|
We meet in the best places, don't we?!!
This is going to be fun. Look forward to searching and recording!!
|Michelle||RE: Virginia Donders memorial|
If you come up with further information, let me know, I will go back out.
Added by Michelle on Mar 21, 2011 3:58 PM
|buckeyegirl1721||RE: Houck grave|
Hello! Sorry I hadn't responded yet- for some reason, I don't get notified via email when I have a new message, even though I do have the little box checked specifically requesting emails when I get a new message! Anyway, Barnett and Barbara's daughter Catherine is my line. She and her husband Matthias Bowers' youngest child, Charlotte (Bowers) Bogan is my 4 great grandmother. My line moved to Stark County, Ohio and then on to Crawford County, Ohio. Nice to "meet" you :)
Thank you so much for photographing my ancestor's grave. It means so much to me!