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|Neil D Scheidt (#47099775)|
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My particular areas of interest are Berks, Montgomery, Schuylkill, Chester, Montour and Lehigh Counties in Pennsylvania. My strongest passion is to locate and honor all war veterans who sacrificed years of their youth,healthy lives and sometimes their adulthood. They must never be forgotten.
All of my entries to findagrave have been added with honor, one by one!
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Please do not assume a middle name by suggesting a surname. I will not add without a baptism record, their personal signature or carved in full on tombstone. Middle initials on tombstones with first letter of mother's surname are seldom the actual baptized middle name which many incorrectly add as fact, a practice which only recently became more popular. Such initials are also often redundant with maiden names. I prefer to display names as they are most commonly perceived by skilled researchers and/or as they appear on the tombstone.
My thanks and devotion to you who are courteous, polite and appreciative. Those who are rude, demanding and condescending, don't call me, I'll call you.
My Patriots of the Revolution include:
George Herbst 1712, George Dry 1725, Johannes Koch 1725, Jacob VanReed 1726, Michael Bauer 1729, Daniel Guldin 1735, Johann Christian Scheidt 1736, Michael DeLong 1739, Phillip mathias 1740, Bernhard Eitel 1745, Michael Krebs 1744, Henrich Knauss 1746, John De Turck 1747, Marmaduke Von Buskirk 1750, John Grant 1754, Sebastian Koch 1757, John Breidegam 1757, William Krumrath(Cronrath). My Loyalist who fought for the British is Christian Flicker.
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|L Evans||RE: Duplicates|
I am very grateful.....holding my breath a bit... hoping London Grove was beginning and end of problem..... I will be using full surnames and possible alternative spellings from here on out.
Added by L Evans on Oct 15, 2017 10:52 AM
|Theresa Ely||RE: Photos|
Thanks, I enjoy it and will let you know when I get up there to go through the entire cemetery.
|L Evans||RE: Duplicates|
Should all be done now in London Grove..... all in all it was about 18 .... thank you for letting me know.... glad it wasn't worse ;)
Take Care & Thanks Again,
Added by L Evans on Oct 14, 2017 12:15 PM
|Theresa Ely||RE: Photos|
Neil, I went through the photos on the duplicate entries and all looks good. The pictures I have attached are with the memorials with the first entry date. I have entered all the photos I have so far for London Grove.
|Diane Weber Wampole||RE: Photos|
You are welcome
|SD Barna||Memorial # 51010612|
Dear Mr. Scheidt,
I recently wrote to you regarding Find a Grave Memorial # 51010612 - John Troxel. I don't think I was quite clear on what I was questioning - and that is - the birth/death years of John Troxel.
According to census and other records, there is a John Troxel that was born 10 Apr 1825 and died 14 Mar 1886. His father is William Troxel, his mother is Barbara Troxel, and his wife is Mary Ann Yocum. This John Troxel is the father of Sarah Ann - married to Michael Hook. (I had written to you previously about Sarah) The other children I have found are Daniel B1850, Emma B1852, and William Henry Irwin B1865.
I think the John Troxel 1805-1880 is the wrong John Troxel. (I have not found any information on him) It appears possible that the John Troxel 1825-1886 is the Troxel that goes with this family information?
Your reply to my previous inquiry was that you unlinked him (John) as a son.
I see that all siblings are now removed from this memorial. I have not found information on siblings. It is possible that information was correct - except that there were 2 Johns listed: 1805-1880 and 1814-1874.
I'm sorry to bother you again, but I hope you can help me make sense of this, and if I am right, correct the memorial. Your help is appreciated. Sherry
Added by SD Barna on Oct 09, 2017 12:50 PM
|Virgil M. Kester III||Anna Kester Palmer # 167297033|
I am attempting to pin down further information on Anna. Kester family genealogy has the same dates which you have for her on the memorial. Palmer family genealogy has some other dates. I read over your page, and was wondering if you could provide information about the dates on the memorial, to help point to which family genealogy is most correct.
Anna Kester Palmer # 167297033
18 Oct 1769
11 Jan 1853
Pine Grove Meeting
Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
Virgil M. Kester III
Find A Grave # 48822667
Thank you so much in advance for your time Neil, Virgil.
|Carol Payne||Charles Mullen|
Dear Mr. Scheidt,
Thank you for all you do on this site. I'm sure many people have gotten information they would never have found on their own.
I am the great grandaughter of Charles (Mc)Mullen and am the one who submitted the photo of the tombstone. I was wondering where you got your information on his early years with him living in Maryland and Bloomsburg. I have never been able to find anything on him before his life in the Civil War. I do have his citizenship papers listing Antrim County as his birthplace but there is little more I could find.
Thank you for your help. I would like to know more about this courageous gentleman.
|SD Barna||John Troxel Find-a-Grave|
Dear Mr. Scheidt,
This is in regard to John Troxel - Find A Grave Memorial # 51010612. The birth is listed as 1805 and death as 1880. His father, William Troxel was born in 1796 according to the site. If this was so he, William, would have been 9 years old when he became a father. The information I have collected, mostly censuses, suggest 1825 as his birth year. Would you please check this memorial and let me know the correct information? With thanks for all your work, Sherry
Added by SD Barna on Oct 02, 2017 4:07 PM
|Shirley Kloberdanz Arendt||Sarah Gilbert|
Thank you so much for the photo!
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