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PHILLIPS, RAWSON, SNYDER, DOAK, FOUNTAIN, KENT, ZUMWALT CAMPBELL and company . . .
KING, JOHNSON, CORDER, MELTON, SIMMONS and company . . .
HARNISH, BANGS, FETTERHOFF, LIGHT, KOPF, LANGS, LABOUR, EVELAND and company . . .
FIEBER, DUREIN, LESSMANN, RUPEL and company . . .
CARROLL, BROOKE, DARNALL, LEE, CHEW and company . . .
and all things JAMESTOWN
and all things MAYFLOWER
and all things Pennsylvania MENNONITE
Isn't this the greatest fun!
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|NatalieMaynor||RE: # 135416130|
Thanks for the thank-you. That message you see is automatically added by Find-a-Grave under all gate shots (the cemetery picture the Find-a-Grave admins choose to show up automatically on all interment pages in the cemetery). If you create a page, you can click on that message to keep the gate shot from showing up on the page you created. I've always disliked the way it's worded -- or the juxtaposition of that message with the name of the person who took the gate shot.
|Patricia Gallagher Campbell||Campbells|
I have written a book on this Campbell family. Archibald Graham Campbell and Mary Graham Campbell. My question to you is :
1. What documentation ( proof) do you have that he is buried here?
2. Why is there no photo of his memorial? Much literature indicates he was one of the founders of Montgomery and left a large estate. There should be a sizable monument.
3. His name is not "Alex" and his descendants moved to Wetumpka - Archibald 1814 and Archibald 1852!
|Patricia Gallagher Campbell||Archibald Graham Campbell|
I am a descendant of Archibald and his wife Mary. I am very interested in documentation and a photo of this tombstone. What documentation do you have that indicates this was his final resting place and that the dates you have are accurate. Thanks so much in advance for your help.
Patricia Gallagher Campbell
|Grandma Patti||Van Pelts|
Are the Van Pelts a part of your ancestors? I could transfer them to you if they are and that way you could manage all their links. Let me know.
|Grandma Patti||RE:Hester Van Pelt|
Ok, I made some corrections. First I believe her name should have been Esther and not Hester. Secondly, I disconnected her from Jacob and attached her to Joseph. I do not think this Joseph should was married to Lucinda, but someone else attached them and therefore I cannot remove her as a wife.
Let me know what you think?
|Bill Neff||BURKET, Jacob Neff [Find A Grave Memorial # 29111854]|
Thank you for fixing the problem and doing the merge. Made the text corrections and added a substantial amount of notes in the bio field. Found a few of the children of this family and entered edits to link them. Much appreciated. Bill Neff
|Donna Butler Sheaffer||RE: 58849814|
I can't read it. The month is June but someone placed a date on the picture and I can't read the rest of the date.
|Russ Ottens||Eve Heckert Fetterhoff|
I'm a direct descendant of John Fetterhoff (1790-1829). I'll have to research this further before I make the change. My own mother was 42 when I was born, so I see nothing unusual there. In Dauphin County, there was so much inbreeding, it's certainly plausible that a woman might marry a child of an older sister.
|Bill Neff||NEFF, Henry & Susannah|
I just noticed your edits for Henry and Susannah Neff of Lancaster Co., PA, Manor Twp., Neff Graveyard. Have researched this family in great detail and find NO record of either Henry or Susannah having or using middle names. The sources include the original family Bible in the possession of family members and a Fraktur in German giving Henry and Susannah's marriage and the names and birth dates of each of their children. This original fraktur, in German, is in the manuscript collection at the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Soc. and a photograph and translation can be found in the NEFF-NAF Genealogy by Wm. Neff, 1991, pages 67-68. Early Mennonite families with a few exceptions did not give their off-spring middle names until much later in the 1800's. Would appreciate a primary source record that you may be referring to. Thank you for your contribution to Find-a-Grave. Wm Neff
|chevydelray55||RE: Elizabeth Hershey Eby|
Elizabeth Hershey Eby...#30117292
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