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Have been busy taking photos. I am especially interested in Lithuanian Genealogy and Nanticoke Genealogy. My mother came from Minersville and my father from Nanticoke. If anyone needs a particular headstone (Nanticoke and Lithuanian cemeteries in Schuylkill or Luzerne Counties), please post then send me an email. I will be on the lookout.|
I have a lot of pictures to post yet. I am a little slow because I am trying to enter relationships and any additional information I find. I am also spending a lot of time putting in edits for the mass posters, which is very discouraging. FindAGrave should stop rewarding people for their massive postings of graves. Incomplete entries creates more work for those who spend hours walking around cemeteries taking photos. No thanks are given to the editors.
If you can copy the photos, anyone is more than welcome. I am just glad that I can help.
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|Robert Schreffler||Lena Ohl Blough|
Thank you so much for the picture of Lena's headstone.
|Colleen Gilliam||Martha Carleton Hoblitzell Sisson|
Thank you for taking time out of your busy day for me. The photo looks great. Thanks again
|Tom Myers||RE: Mamie Eltz|
If you send me reasonable edits, I will accept them. You don't need to ask.
|Kati McSweeney||Deshler & Achey @ Morgenland Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the tombstone photos of Bertie L. (nee Baer) Deshler and Sarah "Sadie" Mary Ann (nee Deshler) Achey for my family and me!
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased ancestors and relatives is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is also a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors!
With heartfelt gratitude,
|Dale Berger||Solomon Deibert|
Please change your bio on Solomon F. Deibert.
Solomon F. DEIBERT, son of Samuel DEIBERT and Mary SCHAFFER, was born on 4 May 1844 in PA. He died on 21 Jun 1929 in Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA and was buried on 24 Jun 1929 in Union-West End Cemetery, Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA.
Solomon F. Deibert was the husband of Ella/Louella/Luella (Bickert) Deibert. He was the sibling of John, Sarah, Catherine, and Claude. In 1860, Solomon, age 15, was living with his parents and 4 siblings in Allen Township, Northampton Co., PA. Solomon married Ella Deibert on Jan. 7, 1871, in Allentown, PA.
Solomon enlisted on 7 Oct 1862, with the rank of Private. He served in Co. D of the 153rd PA
Vol. Inf. After that, he enlisted in Company F, PA. 202nd Inf. Reg. on Aug. 26, 1864. Solomon
mustered out on July 1, 1865. (Film Number M554 roll27)
In 1880, at age 37, Solomon, wife Ella and son Claude lived in Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA.
Solomon filed for his pension July, 1, 1891 using application 1.036.315, Roll number T288_117. In 1890, he and Ella were married 29 years. By 1920, son Claude & wife are living with them.
Solomon died on June 21, 1929. He is buried in Union-West End Cemetery, Allentown, Lehigh
Co., PA. Luella C Deibert filed for his pension on June 27, 1929 using appl. #1645.523 (bio by Peggy Spengler-Moser)
1. Pennsylvania, Civil War Muster Rolls, 1860-1869
2. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
3. PA Certificate of Death #66501: Solomon F. Deibert (indexed as Dibert), of 640 Union St.,
Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA, born 4 May 1844 in PA, died 21 Jun 1929 at 640 Union St.,
Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA, age 85-1-17, husband of Luella Deibert, father - Samuel Deibert,
mother - Mary Schaffer, informant - Luella Deibert, 640 Union St.)
Let me know if you want a more complete report that includes Solomon's wife and son, Claude.
|Lois Revenaugh||RE: Thomas M Fenstermaker #153275663|
Thanks Gwen. Did you know I moved to Pennsylvania last Jan? We live in Lehighton near Betzville Dam
|Lois Revenaugh||Thomas M Fenstermaker #153275663|
Hi Gwen - This is a duplicate of memorial #102797881 added back in 2012.
Thank you for the photo of these headstones. It is greatly appreciated!!!!!!
Thank you for the image of my Aunt Gale's grave marker. I will treasure it forever as I am on the other coast of the US and will likely never get to that cemetery before I die. I am so very grateful for your efforts at getting to the family plot. ~Descendant
|YJL||Missouri Kepler Stidfole|
Would you be able to make a pencil transfer of Missouri's gravestone to get the dates?
I can make out Dec 1823 and then it looks like her death was in 1905??
Any help with the dates would be greatly appreciated.
Added by YJL on Jul 10, 2017 8:58 AM
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