|David Mosier Miller (#47081667)|
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I have been a genealogy researcher for over 15 years. |
My main areas for research are Crawford Co. and Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania.
The main surname that I research is Mosier/Moser/Musser.
Any photos that I have on my memorials may be copied for personal use. They are not for commercial use.
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|Becky Martin||RE: Fitz Randolph on FindAGrave.com|
David, Thank you so much for your kind words. It is wonderful that the information has helped you out. When more and more newspaper go digital along with other records I'll probably go more nuts finding info. Do feel free to email me directly if you want more info on a member of the Fitz Randolph line from Crawford Co. If I have it, I'm always glad to share.
My line immigrated to Iowa in the 1850's. I'm connected as follows: Me, my Mom, my Grandpa Frank Wilder, Elizabeth Randolph Wilder, Almaron/Almon(d)Fitz Randolph & Jane Hay, Benjamin Fitz Randolph & possibly Eliza Ann Cayton (nothing verified on the mother to Almaron), Edward Fitz Randolph & Elizabeth Wilson, Robert Fitz Randolph & Susan Taylor.
Thank again! Becky
Do you know if you have a Michael Musser in your family who married Hannah Lilly. They had a son Michael who was born Aug 5 1820 Center County, Pa and died Dec 27 1871 Ionia County, Mi. Not sure what happened to the older Michael but Hannah moved to Lockport, NY and married Phillip Shook. The younger Michael also moved to NY. Hannah also died in Ionia County, Mi
Thank you for posting the picture of the headstone for John M/Mary R Harter. I was wondering if you were related to them or Emma Reel.
I am related to the Reels and the Conrad Miller families. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denise K. Brannan
|Margaret Sopp||RE: Isophene Sieber Funk/Dopp|
Her death certificate shows buried Thompsontown Cemetery, so that's why I created the memorial where I did. But clearly the DC isn't spot on, since there is a tombstone photo at the Lutheran cemetery. I'll delete the memorial I created. You may wish to do some re-linking. Thanks for the info!
|FutureAncestor||John Houser @ Saegertown Cem|
Hi David, thanks for the correction info on John Houser. I believe the info you shared with me may be for a different John Houser. After looking at the headstone closer and reviewing documents on Ancestry, I believe the John Houser I have added here is correct and the dates are right. If I get a chance to get back out to the cemetery soon, I will try to get a better photo of the headstone. Thanks so much for your continued help on my memorials as it is greatly appreciated.
|Douglas Custard||George Washington Miller ( 1833-1905) and Mary Catherine Custard ( 1829-1872)|
Hi, I'm wondering if your related to George Washington Miller (27 Oct 1833-7 Sep 1905)and his wife Mary Catherine Custard (28 Apr 1829-24 Dec 1872) of Mead Twp., Crawford, Pennsylvania, USA. Mary is my 2nd Great Grandaunt.
Thanks for the additional information. Joseph Schlosser is my relative in that story. There are a lot of Moser Millers in the Lehigh and Berks Co. PA. area. Do you have any additional information about Steinbruch? Birth Marriages...documents? Asperum Collem use to be where the military would do their drills and conduct parades back in the good ole days. I was able to get some information from Grace Henninger about the place. She's in her 90's. Thanks again, Joseph
Added by Joseph on May 16, 2012 11:07 AM
|Kathleen L Hoffman Potter||Snyder Family|
Thanks for your help on the Snyders. I am actually coming into their family through the Hinkles. Two of Andrew Hinkle's daughters married Snyder brothers; Solomon and Stephen. I just began to work on the Hinkle line, so I haven't gotten too far, yet. Andrew's gg grandson is my step-dad. When I run across the Snyders, I'll keep you in mind.