|Tiffany Stuck (#47465934)|
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Yes you may use my photos as u please,but be so kind to give me credit when using them,ty..Also, I replaced my 5mp camera with a 18 mp. so my photos will be more clear..I will transfer non family names, so just ask..I miss all my late relatives, even the ones I only heard stories about.they r all loved & missed & helped me be the person I & my kids are today.|
Also, having 3 kids , keeps me busy, so if I don't have the dates up right away ,it's because I just got up the names for now, & will add dates asap.sorry for any inconvenience...we work together...plus I add the pics asap also.psss please look on the" Snyder County PA Gen Web" under cemeteries, they have list there to check ur location of graves.Although I have been informed by cemetery workers that whole graves have been dug up & moved to other cemeteries,that is another reason why some are not found where we thought they are.If u see u cant find someone at a cemetery,,,,maybe they are not there, look on this web page....ty...Also see Union County Pennsylvania Cemetery records, that has names dates too , nice listings for information in that county.Also Juniata county has a nice cemetery listing wth names in a lot of cemeteries.Also if u r looking for veterans information, Snyder County web site has a nice list under Veterans affairs , cemeteries listings, then also a listing of where they buried & a list what war they in, very nice, although I having used it intensely, found a few/ maybe couple errors since I have used it inside & out & walked the cemeteries row by row taking pics. So its not 100% but pretty good any questions just ask me.okay Ty.ALSO:::Please note the following when buring person buried in this cemetery:Grubbs...
SNYDER COUNTY was created from Union County on 2 March 1855
UNION COUNTY was created on March 22, 1813, from part of Northumberland County.
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|David M. Habben||Edward Charles Williams|
Cool picture. Thank you.
|Mary Jane Evertz||Gemberling|
Thanks for the pictures of Sephares and Lewis. It reminded me I forgot to post one of Philip Gemberling.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Stuck Family (Berlin, PA)|
Okay- thanks for getting back to me!
|Brian J. Ensley||Stuck Family (Berlin, PA)|
This may be a long shot, but I did some work on the Stuck family here in Berlin, PA for an older gentleman named Bill Stuck from Kansas. Are you related to him by chance? He and I used to talk on the phone from time to time. He wrote a letter in 2012 and I answered, but didn't hear back. If you're not related, sorry.
Thank you for your time!
Thank you for the feedback. I find tracing your ancestors a fascinating hobby. I tried a while back but hit a road block until I started searching on here. My grandmother gave me alot of the names, which I did find on here as well. The house kind of looks like the old abandoned house at the four way in Richfield across from county line when coming from oriental to richfield, the back way. Was wondering if it was the same one or not?
Hi Tiffany. I am new to find a grave! Maybe we are related some how. Lula m Hoffman was my great grandmother(William fosselmans mother), which he is my grandfather. Thanks for you posts I now got the names of my great, great, great, great grandparents up to George Hoffman who lived from (1809-1894). I am just curious to where that house is located that you have on the page. It looks so familiar! Thanks!
I'd like to know the street/road location and township of Daniels-Saint Thomas UMC Cemetery (Snyder Co, PA). Supposedly it's near Strouptown but on www.wikipedia.com there is no record of such town.
I do transcriptions of Civil War soldiers graves; there are 3 in this cemetery.
|Joe Nihen||RE: hey|
Thank you for the correction regarding the Heintzelman duplicate.
The book is out of my price range! A lot of it, however, can be found on the net ... I've copied material from it regarding the 208th.
Sick of winter yet? I am!
|Steve Staruch||RE: hey|
Hi Tiffany - I have a photostat copy of the Wagenseller tombstone book that a friend did for me years ago; but I just wanted to mention that it is known to have lots of errors (meaning mostly typos). So use it cautiously.
|McHunter45||Mary Kittera Snyder...more|
I went exploring after you posted the picture and found a newpaper article on Mary.
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