|TLyons||RE: Tirzah Smith Johnson|
You are welcome. It's too bad that the condition of the stone is so poor. It is interesting how some seem to weather better than others.
Added by TLyons on Nov 06, 2015 1:04 PM
|RickC||RE: Francis & Mary Holcomb|
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Apr 04, 2015 8:26 AM
|John Latchford Beck||RE: Gerwig headstone photos|
Thanks very much, Don.
They're my 3rd great grandparents as well!
I am descended from Christina E. Gerwig Wise who is one of Jacob & Christina's children. So, we are cousins to some degree. Small world!
I will seek some of that info from you after the Holidays.
Ciao for now,
|John Latchford Beck||Gerwig headstone photos|
I am writing to ask permission to use the headstone photos for Jacob F. Gerwig (75153668) and Christina Lehmann Gerwig (75153733). They are distant ancestors and I would like to add the photos to these two individuals' records in my Family Tree Maker.
Thanking you in advance,
John Latchford Beck
|Lonny Jo (Brown) Watro||Young|
Would like to share information on the Young family.
|M. Aumen||RE: Charles F. Aumen|
Had not even seen that you added photos for John Aumen, thank you and your wife doubly for your help!
Added by M. Aumen on Nov 24, 2014 12:08 PM
|M. Aumen||Charles F. Aumen|
Thank you very much for the photo of Charles F. Aumen. I transcribed the inscription as best as I could, but do you have any idea what the last two lines read? Thank you again for your work, time, and effort, they are greatly appreciated.
Added by M. Aumen on Nov 24, 2014 11:37 AM
|Dominique Potier||James A Rice|
Thanks for your picture, unfortunately I can't tell if he was an airborne during the WW2 . If one day you find his obit could you contact me ?
|CM||RE: Bruce O. Harbaugh Tombstone Photo|
Added by CM on Nov 05, 2014 6:09 PM
|Linda Cancilla||RE: George Cronise Holtz - Glade Cemetery|
Don, you're right about the birthdate for George. His sister was born two months after him!!!!! That would be a surprise for the mother, huh?
I went on the Maryland, Births and Christenings Index, 1662-1911, and found out it is 1856.
Thanks for pointing that out. Sometimes you need another person to look at something and say, "Wait a minute, that can't be." Then you take the time to look at the big picture and see where you have gone wrong.
It's getting colddddd up here in New York. Winter is on its way. Perfect time to sit inside with hot chocolate and work on genealogy.
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