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Amanda Smith (#47209103)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in Genealogy for as long as I can remember. I love finding out new information everyday, I love unfolding the past. I live in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. If I know where the Cemetery is and can find it, I will gladly take some photo's for you. Some of the last names of my family are Wolf/Wolfe, Grabill, Smith, Valentine, Mulhollen, Paulson, Gindlesperger, Amick, Hoover, Blackburn, Barefoot, Dull, Russell, Bender, McConnell, Gordon, Shaffer, Young, Imler, Feather, and many many more.




If you would like to use ANY of my photos please ask permission or at least site who and where you got the photo from.


I put a lot of time and energy into this research of my family and of others. If I ever use anyones photo's from findagrave.com I ask permission and/or give them credit for taking the photo. I have recently found SEVERAL of my photos popping up as a hint on my ancestry.com family tree and they are photo's I have taken and added to findagrave.com but they are just as if the person took the photo themselves. They are NOT giving me the credit for the photo.

If you are having a misunderstanding on the guidelines of this site there is a help area. Where you can find all the information.

This is what I put in the photo's description when adding it to let say my family tree on ancestry.com:

Ex: Amanda Smith added this photo 11-30-11 on findagrave.com

all you have to do is copy and paste it into the description...it only takes a few seconds!

Thanks!
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Duke Clark
AMICK family
Amanda, I noticed the name AMICK among your families. That is one of my families, and most of the others have married into various lines of mine.

I looked for your name in my database and did not find Amanda SMITH. I would like to see how your families fit in with mine. Below is pointer to my record in the online database. Please let me know what you think, perferable by email 'dclark@rcn.com'


http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dukefirst&id=I6439

Duke CLARK
Added by Duke Clark on Oct 07, 2017 8:54 PM
Daniel G. Conner
Jesse Conner Memorial
Amanda,

Please remove this note referenced below that you have on the Jesse Conner Memorial Page (#50056885).

This Note: //maps.google.com/maps/place/40.011160,-78.448824/@40.011160,-78.448824,18z/data=!3m1!1e3

appears to be a Google Maps link to some bizarre remote location off of the PA Turnpike in Bedford County.

I'm confused about the significance of this link.
Thanks DGC
Added by Daniel G. Conner on Sep 11, 2017 2:54 PM
Virginia RohrbachTrotta
RE: Rheba Staubs
Thank you for your message about Reba Staubs.
Sorry for the delay in answering.
Would you share any info you have about Reba with me? Thank you. Ginny
Added by Virginia RohrbachTrotta on Sep 06, 2017 11:46 AM
carroll
Rebeccca Miller Kinkead
Fishertown cemetery. You can add a little Bio for her that she is the daughter of Isaac Miller and Mary Ann Wright. Wife of Charles H. Kinkead.
Children: Lester, Edward, George M., Isaac, Bessie M., Pearl Elsie, Ethel Edna.
Added by carroll on Aug 07, 2017 12:36 PM
Jack
Info on name
Hi,
Can you give me any info on where you got the full given name of Evangeline Elizabeth (Miller) Shaffer?
Her death certificate simply has Angie Miller (with Blair Shaffer as spouse). Her marriage license (to Blair) has Angeline.
Also, it may be a coincidence, but Find A Grave Memorial# 140314841 shows a headstone for Angie E. Miller with same years of birth and death, but in the Helixville cemetery.
Thank you,
Jack
Added by Jack on Jun 13, 2017 8:49 PM
Penchance
Marvin Davis
I have added the photo for Marvin, but he shared a niche with Bonnie L. Davis. If you would like to add a memorial for her, I can add the photo to it as well. Or I can create the memorial if you don't want to. Let me know! Thanks.
Added by Penchance on Jun 13, 2017 9:58 AM
Karen Harris Albright
Duplicate Memorial Pages
Hello, Amanda, I have been researching my husband's 2nd cousin, 1x removed - Charles Wilmer "Dutch" Clark. I believe that you and Dubbsville both have a memorial page for the same toddler. Please look at Memorial #50029966 (yours) and Memorial #141870930 (Dubbsville). Dutch died of convulsions at 1 yr, 5 mon, & 24 days. His birth date was 17 Dec 1908 & death date 11 Jun 1910. Is there a way to merge these two memorials? Hope my message is not confusing.
Regards, Karen Albright
Added by Karen Harris Albright on Jun 09, 2017 2:31 PM
Laric7
Charles E. Corle UCCOB
Charles E. Corle obit
Charles E. Corle, 61, Osterburg
RD 1, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 1966,
in the Nason Hospital, Roaring
Spring. He was born June 30, 1904,
at Blue Knob, a son of Joseph and
Alice (Colvin) Corle. His wife,
Pearl (Benton) Corle and one son,
James, preceded him in death.
These children survive: Walter,
Altoona; Mrs. Ruby Ickes, Baltimore,
Md.; Mrs. Pauline Bailey,
Alum Bank RD 1; Sheldon anc
Theodore, Osterburg RD 1; Mrs.
Bracie Stiffler, Everett RD 1; Mrs.
Mary Ake, Merritt Island, Fla.
Ray, St. Clairsville; Kenneth, New
Paris RD 1; Clair, Brockton, Mass
A brother Lawrence, Claysburg
RD 1, and these sisters survive:
Mrs, Julie Knisely, Miss Hattie
Corle and Mrs. Ruth Musselman
all of Claysburg RD 1, Mrs. Pearl
Flaugh, East Freedom; Mrs. Ber
tha Clouse, Imler; and Mrs. Verna
Baker, Martinsburg RD 1 and 36
grandchildren and five
grandchildren.
He was a member of the Upper
Claar Church of the Brethren
Services will be held Thursay
, Jan. 13, at 2:30 p.m. with the
Rev. A. Harrison Smith officiating
interment in the church cemetery
Added by Laric7 on May 29, 2017 1:51 PM
carroll
Daniel L. Price
Daniel L. Price in Osterburg Reform. I added his death certificate. You need to switch the pictures around making his cemetery stone 1st. Also you can add his death date Sept 28, 1929 from the Death Certificate if you wish. I am looking for a Daniel M. Price.
Name:
Daniel M Price
Residence:
Enlistment Date:
27 Aug 1864
Rank at enlistment:
Private
State Served:
Pennsylvania
Was Wounded?:
Yes
Survived the War?:
Yes
Service Record:
Enlisted in Company C, Pennsylvania 205th Infantry Regiment on 27 Aug 1864.Mustered out on 02 Jun 1865 at Alexandria, VA.
Sources:
History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
His bd was circa 1845 Son's name was Mayberry. He was once listed as being from Woodbury, PA. Very elusive man. I also can not find a grave for being a GAR. Just posting this in case anyone had a mix up between two Daniel's in the same time frame.
Added by carroll on May 29, 2017 8:06 AM
seeking family genealogy
Wrong cemetery
You have several people in the Dry Ridge Cemetery, Glade Pike, Manns Choice, Pennsylvania that are not laid to rest in the Dry Ridge Cemetery. If you travel further up the road to what find a grave has listed as the Trinity United Church of Christ cemetery you will find many people you misplaced laid to rest in the Trinity. The Trinity is not even the current name of the cemetery which find a grave has named wrong. At one time in history the Trinity was known as the Dry Ridge, the Trinity Reformed, and the Trinity United Church of Christ. I have to look in my records for the current new name of the church cemetery. But you really need to delete the people you have laid to rest wrong in the Dry Ridge.
Added by seeking family genealogy on May 16, 2017 6:25 PM
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