|Amy Hunt (#47263728)|
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**Please use the edit function to submit your corrections to memorials whenever possible.|
I am an art historian living in Gettysburg and have always loved visiting cemeteries. My aunt gave me a book of our family's genealogy in 2007 and I've had so much fun gathering more information and researching the other side of my family. I'm excited to help out when I can by taking photos in Adams and Franklin Counties PA and Frederick, Carroll and Washington Counties MD. I have appreciated so much, those who have helped me out with information and photos. I am familiar with most of the communities inwhich I photograph having lived, worked or having relatives in these places so if you have general questions about the area, I'd be happy to help if you are planning to travel to or visit any of them. I would happily transfer your relatives to you if you'd like or I'd be happy to add more information for you.
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|Laurie A. Plischke||Dr. Elmer O. Plischke and Audrey Plischke|
Hello. Visiting this site and looked up my husband's grandparents, the late Dr. Elmer O. Plischke and Audrey Plischke.
Thank you for taking the time to list them. I read your bio on here and can only imagine such an awesome experience as looking into people in and around Gettysburg.
My husband, Lance Plischke, my daughter Jacqueline Plischke and myself visit their testing place and always have lunch at Hoss' Family restaurant, because that's where Grandpa(Elmer) used to always take the family when we visited before he passed.
My daughter, Jacqueline was only 5 when her Great Grandmother passed but got to know and truly love her Great Grandfather. She was almost 12 when we lost him.
If you come across or have any other history on Elmer and Audrey, please share.
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the transfer of the Mary Anders Wills memorial.
|Carl Catherman||Raymond Adams|
Thank you very much for adding the bio note.
|Janet Bruner Farnham Tobin||Photo Request|
I grew up in Healy, KS and I see that you have a photo request for Opal Bentley. The next time myself or my sister go to Healy I will check back to see if your photo request is still unfulfilled. It may be May for Memorial Day weekend before I make it.
|Pennola Nolan||Margaret and John Lott|
Amy are you related to j
John and Margaret Lott? If not do you ever look up obits for people?
|Karen Hess||Laura A Sheads photo - move to correct memorial|
There are two photos on the memorial for Laura Sheads (#30363641). There are actually two different Laura Sheads. I created a second memorial for the other, #175364452. Can you please delete the Charles W and Laura A Sheads photo from memorial #30363641 and add it to the memorial #175364452. The other photo for Laura Linah Sheads on that memorial is the correct photo - please leave that one there.
|Elizabeth Shaffer||Mary Ditterline|
Please correct the date of death for Mary Ditterline (memorial #93016519). Her obituary in THE ADAMS SENTINEL dated Wednesday, October 6, 1824 states: "Died, in this Borough (Gettysburg), on Sunday morning, October 3, 1824, Mary Elizabeth Ditterline, the daughter of Charles S. Ditterline, aged about five years." Thank you, Amy.
|jessica long||sara c. wagner klinefelter|
apr. 18, 1903 -feb. 23, 2000 found it on ssdi 60026125 #
|Sam Andrusko||Transfer of Laura and Edgar Troxell to me|
"Oh" was my first reaction as I did not ask for the transfer, but as you have already done it, I will go ahead and add the obits I found and correct the death date for Laura.
|Bryan Main||Bethel Cemetery, MD|
I've left a number of edits to Bethel Cemetery. All of the information comes from Names in Stone, a book about the tombstones in Frederick County.
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