|Lisa Marie Schultz (#46841635)|
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I am a 35 year old mom and wife who is also a non-traditional college student majoring in history. I signed up on Find A Grave many years ago but did not contribute much until this summer. My best friend started taking pictures and got me pumped up about it again! I love helping people find their loved ones and also browsing all of the memorials, I find that Find A Grave is very addicting. If I manage a memorial that needs a correction or you would like to manage yourself, please send me a message and I would be happy to make the corrections or transfer. Happy graving!!! :)|
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|Rich King||John S Powers 96693631|
I posted 2 pictures of the above & made some edits based on his obituary.
One is his senior class high school photo & other is from newspaper obituary.
John became a judge.
I am not related but doing research on class of 1914 Newcastle High School.
If you do not approve, I can delete them.
Rich King (#48494887)
|Shirley Perrine||Oak Park Cemetery|
Hello. My name is Shirley Jean Perrine and I am the great granddaughter of the David Haybarger family buried in Oak Park Cemetery. Could you please transfer the following memorials to me so I may add to them and link my family together. My contributor number is 47999905.
|Kirsten Roling||RE: Servatius Lintz|
Thank you so much for this photo and taking the time to post and manage. You have Servatius Lintz posted as Bervatius Lintz, so I wanted to let you know the actual spelling. What a discovery to find this! Servatius Lintz is my great-great grandfather. He emigrated from Aachen, Germany in the summer of 1887, and arrived to America on December 8, 1887. He left Germany because the Prussian army drafted his young sons as future soldiers. He had ten children, and met a tragic death when a shot gun accidentally fired, killing him, after his horse reared.
Upon his arrival to America, his name was changed to Sylvester Lentz.
Thank you again for taking the time to help families connect with their heritage. This is an invaluable service. - K. Roling
|R. Dunbar||Ellen Emery|
Lisa Sorry used the Maiden name of Annie L. Emery in the last message. Thanks Bob D.
|R. Dunbar||Ellen Emery|
Lisa Marie I looks as this is a sis-in-law of Annie L. Barber which I previously wrote you on. If you would please transfer this to me also and I will place her with other family members. Thank you again for your work. Bob Dunbar
|R. Dunbar||Annie L. Emery|
Lisa Marie Thank you so much for finding and posting Annie L. Emery gravesite and photo.
Annie is my GG Grandmother have been looking for her for sometime now. Much appreciated for your efforts. Could you transfer Annie and Ezra Emery to me. By the way Ezra was Annies brother-in-law. Have quite a bit of information to add to both. Thank you so much. Bob
|Kathy Nugent||Sarah Jane Clark|
Thank you for the photo of Sarah Jane Clark. She was my great-great grandmother. I live in Florida and it was such a great moment to find a picture of her grave. My daughter and I went to PA in 2012, but could not find her Sarah's grave. Thank you for your help.
|kellbell1984||Glover/ Hardaker graves|
Hello, I see that you manage Hannah Glover (1786-1863) & Frances Hardaker (1816-1859), they are ancestor's of mine and I was wondering if you might be willing to transfer them over to me?
|JC Goe||Chauncey Harper #95143715|
Hi Lisa Marie,
Chauncey Harper is my Great Grandfather. His daughter Minnie Harper Goe is my Grandmother.
Please... would you transfer this memorial to me. There are so many links that need to made to this memorial, including his wife and eleven children.
Thank you so much for creating, his memorial with a photo of his grave stone, as I live out of state and was not able take the photo.
Again, thank you.
Added by JC Goe on Oct 01, 2013 8:51 PM
|RST Lahey||Seceder Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the grave information & picture of my grandmother's grandfather Nathan Eakin's marker and for making all the family connections.
It was so nice to find where he & his wife are buried. I've been researching for about 20 years and had not yet come across the information.
Thanks for all your efforts - they are greatly appreciated!
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