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Vicki (#47466191)
 member for 5 years, 11 months, 4 days
William Tatum
RE: Elmer Homer
Hi Vicki, Thank you for your note. I have added the picture and it was an honor to have done these for you.

Added by William Tatum on Jan 15, 2017 9:38 AM

Genealogy Nut
RE: Margaret Jay
Thanks for your help. Hope you're feeling better!

Added by Genealogy Nut on Jan 14, 2017 5:26 PM

RE: Glenn and Allyne Burt
Hi Vicki, You are very welcome. Glad we were able to locate their graves for you. If you would like any other photos, please don't hesitate to ask.
Have a wonderful holiday season.

Paula and Doug Smith

Added by Ancestry/searcher on Nov 15, 2016 12:18 PM

RE: Gilbert and Mary Brant
You're welcome.

Added by Byron on Sep 23, 2016 7:16 PM

Dee Winter
Vicki, wanted you to see that we finally got Dosha added to John and Mollie's list of children. Still have a lot more info to "dig" up on them while in Texas. Dee

Added by Dee Winter on Jul 24, 2016 12:14 PM

Dee Winter
RE: Mollie Patterson
Vicki, I prearranged to have the marker put down the day that Patricia visited there. Wanted to surprise her. We are still working on sorting out relatives and linking.

Added by Dee Winter on Jul 13, 2016 2:47 PM

Dee Winter
Mollie Patterson 94734546
Vicki, look at Mollie's marker set yesterday (6-12-2016). Was a surprise to Patricia whose grandfather was Lee Allen Patterson. Blessings!!

Added by Dee Winter on Jul 13, 2016 12:34 PM

tony miccicke
RE: James and Clara Beatty
you're welcome, no problem

Added by tony miccicke on Jul 03, 2016 11:14 PM

G Hobart Smith
Thanks, Vickie, just updated bio to Find A Grave - thanks for all you do in supporting Find A Grave and helping others find family and friends.

Added by lolo1951 on Jul 03, 2016 5:05 PM

Dee Winter
Mollie & Sallie Patterson
Vicki, Sorry bout the first msg. P. Patterson is making a trip to Osage to see where Mollie is buried. Meeting her there. Dee

Added by Dee Winter on Jul 02, 2016 10:17 AM

Carol Perry
RE: Richard and Carrie Litzner Payne
Glad to help and that you are happy with the photo.

Added by Carol Perry on Jun 24, 2016 2:57 PM

Larry & Susan M.
Alexander McClelland
Don't forget to remove your notice that the picture is not of him. Or else people will think you mean the pictures of the monument with his name listed.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on Jun 06, 2016 8:31 PM

Larry & Susan M.
RE: Alexander McClelland
Great. I wonder if he removed it or Find A Grave did. Anyway I am glad it is no longer on the memorial.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on Jun 06, 2016 8:29 PM

Larry & Susan M.
RE: Alexander McClelland
I wrote find a grave a few days ago and explained the problem, but I don't know if they even read the messages they get. I don't think there is any way for you to remove the photo. At least if people read the bio they will know it is not Alexander.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 25, 2016 5:17 PM

Larry & Susan M.
RE: Alexander McClelland
Thanks, I hope she will remove it soon. I went on last night and left messages on all of the family trees that I found with the picture posted to Alexander.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 12, 2016 5:10 PM

Larry & Susan M.
Alexander McClelland
I got the memorial number wrong it is 72422230.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 11, 2016 8:23 PM

Larry & Susan M.
Alexander McClelland
I just noticed on Alexander's memorial (7242230) that someone posted pictures probably from my sisters family tree on The pictures of the memorial I took several years ago and I don't really care if she used them, but the photo is not of Alexander. It is of Andrew J. McClelland (1854-1916). I have the original which I got from my grandmothers house after she passed away. On the back it says Uncle Andy and Andrew was her uncle. If people would check they would see that this type of photography was not even invented until long after Alexander had died. I have written her and asked her to remove the photo.

Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 11, 2016 8:18 PM

Dee Winter
RE: Mollie Patterson
Vicki, She was not hard to locate once we had an idea that she should be buried nearby to Sallie. Would be nice if she had a marker of some kind.

Added by Dee Winter on Apr 17, 2016 9:45 PM

Ralph Smith
Emerson Altman
I edited death date again. I have a recent photo of head stone to prove my correction if you care to view it.

Added by Ralph Smith on Apr 16, 2016 1:21 PM

Dee Winter
Mollie Patterson - Osage
Vicki, meant to respond to your testing and that the cancer is back. Prayers that the chemo works. Please keep me advised.

Added by Dee Winter on Apr 15, 2016 3:57 PM

Dee Winter
Mollie Patterson - Osage
Vicki, do not know for sure Mollie is in Osage, but going Saturday to divine around Sallie's grave for her. Sincerely suspect that is where Mollie is interred and w/o a marker of any kind. Will notify as to what I find. Dee

Added by Dee Winter on Apr 15, 2016 3:47 PM

RE: Bertha E. Schetrompf Betts
You are very welcome!

Added by Carmelita&Maryn on Apr 06, 2016 11:13 AM

RE: Kenneth B. Reamer
Hi Vicki,

Sorry to hear that you have not been in good health. Hope you are doing better.

I wish I could give you information on the burial site of Kenneth B. Reamer, but I have nothing. Sorry.


Added by surcasa on Mar 21, 2016 8:02 AM

Dee Winter
RE: Mollie Patterson
Vicki, Another member states that she is fairly sure Mollie is buried in Osage by her young daughter and does not have a marker. Would you kindly move her to Osage Cemetery, Coryell County, Texas for now. I will verify shortly. Prayers that your test prove that you are clear. Been there, done that!! Dee

Added by Dee Winter on Mar 20, 2016 6:03 PM

John Zoch
Schetrompf Family info
Hello Vicki,
I thought the post below might be beneficial to others researching the Schetrompf family linage. John Z. Forwarding as requested:
I got your name off of "Find A Grave". Some more information on the Schetrompf side.

Anton Schetrompf had 3 sons and 2 daughters.
1. Johannes who married Susanna Hidricks.
2.☆Baltharaar who married Catherine Kneram.
(My side of the family)
3. Christian who married Elizabeth Decker.
4. Anna Maria who married William Ritz.
5. Catharina - don't know anything more about her.

Baltharaar and Catherine (known as Fanny) had 3 sons and 1 daughter
1. Christian - 1846
2.☆ Samuel - 1848-1895 who married twice - A. Mary Ann Grant- they had 2 kids - Harry Ulysses and Anna Maye.
B.☆Catherine Emigh - they had 4 boys and 1 girl - ☆John B. married ☆Mary Jane Erb, George C married Lottie McCoy, James Wesley married Olive ,
David married Hannah , and Elsie Edith married Hugh Wiser.

John B. and Mary Jane had 5 sons - John C, Iver, Wilbert E, Gerry, Arthur. And 2 daughters - Frances G. and ☆Laura Grace (my grandmother). John and Mary Jane divorced and all the kids were given up for adoption including my grandmother. John never remarried, but Mary Jane did remarry Isaac Walton.

I do know that Baltharaar spelled his last name Schetrompf, but his son Samuel spelled it "Sheterom" and that is how my grandmother spelled her last name too. I know that Baltharaar came over on the ship The Clementine in 1842. And arrived in Baltimore, MD with the following family members - his father-Anton, Anton's sons - Johannes and wife Susanna and children Christina, John George; Baltharaar, Christian, & also Anton's daughters - Anna Marie and Catharina.

The "Sheterom's are all buried in either Saxton, Bedford, Pa at Odd Fellows Cemetery and also in Altoona at Oak Ridge Cemetery or Yellow Creek, Bedford Co, Pa. My grandmother is buried in Biglerville, Adams Co, Pa.

I hope this helps you. My mother was Laura's daughter. She had 4 daughters and 1 son. She married Otis Logan. And my name is Cindy Gebhart.

I am curious how the lady Vicki on Find a grave, said that they changed their name from Schiederup to Schetrompf.

Doesn't she understand that many people back 1600-1900's misspelled people's first and last names all the time. I have seen Schetrompf spelled Sheetrom or Shetfomp or Shetrum.

Because my grandmother had a very old bible that had Anton's last name spelled "Schetrompf" and being born in a town close to Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany. But you couldn't no longer read Anton's wife's name, or their marriage date or her death date or the children's baptism dates. She got the bible from her father- John B., who got it from his father- Samuel. But it was destroyed in a fire in 1967. Along with some very, very old photos. That were stuffed in the bible. The bible was kept in a very, very old wooden box.

Must close now. I hope you can pass my information onto Vicki on find a grave.

Cindy Gebhart
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Added by John Zoch on Mar 18, 2016 11:13 AM


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