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Matthew (#47488749)
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I have been researching my family history since 2008. I have written letters to people all over and connected with several distant relatives.I will try to fulfill grave photo requests but no promises. If you ask I can do grave rubbings, where i take a large sheet of paper and charcoal and i get the engraving from the headstone.I research the following surnames,Voorhees, Landon, Greif, Behar,Kahler, Jones, Jablinowitz, Eisenberg,Cohen, Hasday, Quick, Ellicker, Ravkowsky,Linder, Foresythe, Miller. Voorhees is derived from the dutch name, translated to Man from the land of Hees, Hees is in Drenthe, Holland, the first Van Voorhees to come to the New World was Stephen Coerte Van Voorhees who came on the De Monte Koe in 1660. My twelve great grandfather was Stephen Hopkins, he traveled on the Mayflower in 1620 but was one of the settlers of Jamestown in 1613. The Kahler family first came to America in 1859, my third great grandfather, Georg Casper Kochler came from Balvaria, he settled in upstate New York. The Jones family, my direct line first came to America around 1820, John Jones of Wales came and settled in Ohio. The Jablinowitz family first came to America in 1904, my third great grandfather, Louis Jablinowitz came to New York but had family in Poland and Russia. The Greif family came to America first in 1908, my 3rd great granfather Ben Greif came from Austria-Poland.
I have a very detailed family history.
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Judy Shappee
Henry or Harry Kahler?
Hi Matthew,

I'm writing about Find A Grave Memorial# 69453554. It is listed under the name Henry Kahler, but it says Harry Kahler on the grave stone. Is this the same person?

Judy
Added by Judy Shappee on Aug 10, 2013 3:12 PM
Garth Rumsmoke
Helen Foresth
Hello your Helen's grave site was entered by D J Crane #4704086 I am sure the photos I took on the Foresyth plot was by request. By the way only one of the Photo for that family in on Find A Grave I have Helens if you want it grumsmoke@aol.com
Added by Garth Rumsmoke on Jul 16, 2013 4:05 AM
Garth Rumsmoke
RE: Helen L. Forsyth
Hello I dont see Helens memo on Find A Grave. I only took the photo at the request of someone. garth
Added by Garth Rumsmoke on Jul 16, 2013 3:57 AM
Joie Finley Morris
RE: Plumley
oh my gosh...
where do you live? is there a chance I can come view it?
jo
Added by Joie Finley Morris on Jun 05, 2013 3:36 AM
Juanita Atwood
Dickensheets, Marian Drake
Hello, Matthew!

You posted the grave listing for Marian Drake Dickensheets in Carmen Cemetery in Hardin County, OH. This leaves me very curious. I would like to know... Did you go to Hardin County and find her grave there? Are you related to her? I am.

I am trying to understand her death place being in Greene County and her burial in Hardin County. That's a long way to have moved a body in May 1844. They usually buried the bodies soon after death back then. Her surviving husband stayed in Greene County after her death before moving to Miami County.

I have her burial as being in Carman Baptist Church Cemetery in Bellbrook, Greene County, Ohio... Contacts in Greene County say the cemetery later became Fairview Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery or simply Primitive Baptist Cemetery.

Please tell me how you have "found" her to be buried in Hardin County.

Thank you for sharing your research.
Juanita
Added by Juanita Atwood on May 30, 2013 3:05 PM
Pam
transfer request
there is a "form" on the site to do a transfer request. it automatically has all the options on it to do the request, including your number. I see no option to just transfer it to you, seems there should be a way, but i do not know what it is.
Added by Pam on Dec 27, 2012 11:12 AM
lrw
RE: Voorhees
Matthew,
Sorry it took me so long to fill your request. I've added Rebecca's marker to her site.
lrw
Added by lrw on Nov 13, 2012 6:32 AM
lrw
RE: David Voorhees
Matthew,
Wonderful! Keep up the good work! I'm transfering David Voorhees to you.
lrw
Added by lrw on Sep 25, 2012 9:52 AM
lrw
David Voorhees
Hi, Matthew,
Would you please tell me your relationship to David Voorhees? Also, if you read my bio, you will find, near the end, an easy way for transfers/additions/corrections, to be done. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
lrw
Added by lrw on Sep 24, 2012 5:43 AM
Ginny DeLong
RE: Quicks in Tompkins
Hi Matthew,

I never heard of Woodhull - what large city is it near? If it is somewhat near me - I would be glad to go there for you. I did, however, find a few Quicks buried nearby in Garrett-Mandeville Cemetery (Dutch Reformed Cem.) in the Town of Caroline, Tompkins County, NY. Let me know if you need any of those Quicks.

Best Regards,
Ginny DeLong
Added by Ginny DeLong on Aug 09, 2012 3:06 PM
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