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Name: R.Miller <email@example.com> Date: 2013-09-29 Surnames researching Miller How I found this page Search Comments:
You have done a thorough job here, I was hoping I would
find a connection here. Like all Millers, there are similar names, however the dates did not match up. Nice work !
Name: Melanie Miller Sloger <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-04-01 Surnames researching Miller How I found this page Comments:
I am so excited! Until I found this I was beginning to think my great great grandfathe dropped in from outer-space! I found him and his predecessors! I am a member of Ancestry.com and couldn't find anything! Thanks so much for your hard work!
Name: Patti Harriman <email@example.com> Date: 2011-10-29 Surnames researching Harriman Comments:
This is fascinating, but I was looking up some information on my grandfather's pictures that I have, and lo and behold, I landed up here!!!:-) I, too, come from Leonard Harriman who was King Henry IV's valet, which is where the name "Harriman" came from, King Harry's Man!! <G>
Name: Marsha Cramer Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-02-22 Surnames researching Cramer, Erb How I found this page RootsWeb Soundex Converter Comments:
I'm very interested in finding out if you have any information on my great-grandfather and/or his father. My g-grandfather is John Wesley Cramer born on Feb. 9, 1861 in Mt. Holly Springs, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania, USA. I have hit a brick wall that appears to end here.
I was felt a little butterfly in my stomach when I saw Messach Erb on your site. He is the brother of my ancestor, Esther Erb who is my (Esther ERB (1760 - 1816)),, 5th great grandmother.
Would you have any information that would help in my search, that you would be willing to share?
Thank you. Marsha Cramer Baker
Name: jim keener <email@example.com> Date: 2010-09-22 Surnames researching Turner,Alexander,Huber How I found this page browsing Comments:
So kind of you to share your work with others !
Name: Shirley Coffey <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-05-01 Surnames researching Weidle, Grubb How I found this page web search Comments:
SHREIBER, JOHN Lancaster Twp.
I found this and since there's not to many with the name Weidle thought it may help you in your research
December 7, 1787 August 26, 1788
Wife: Anna Mary Shrieber.
Children: Elizabeth wife of Christian Herman,
Susanna wife of Frederick Weidle and Margaret wife of Jacob Grubb.
Ex.: Anna Mary Sherieber and Christian Herman.
Name: Carolyn Lowe Shifflett <email@example.com> Date: 2009-10-08 Surnames researching Zittle How I found this page Comments:
I just wanted to let you know how greatful I am for the information that you have made available online on the Zittle Family. I volunteer for Find A Grave and am in the process of adding all of documenting all of the graves at Longenecker's Mennonite Cemetery. Since I am never satisfied with simply creating a memorial and adding a photo I try to find out as much as I can especially maiden names of the females. I then link everyone that I possibly can using the ID numbers assigned to each memorial. I must admit that I have used some of your obituries in the memorial pages but NEVER your photos. I have not documented where I got the obit from but if I can remember which ones I have gotten from your Rootsweb file I will be sure to do so.
Please check out my work on Find A Grave my user name is Carolyn Lowe Shifflett.
Name: Michael Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-05-16 Surnames researching Miller How I found this page Rootsweb Comments:
My Miller line comes thru Waterloo, Ontario, Cumberland County, PA & Lancaster Co, Pa. I'm currently looking for info on Jacob Miller (died 1825 in Cumberland Co) and his father (Peter?) that lived in Warwick Twp in 1771-1776 (per tax records).
Name: Carol S.Breeding <carol_breeding@HOTMAIL.COM> Date: 2008-03-02 Surnames researching Keene How I found this page searching Comments:
Very nice page. I am a beginner, I had to do a family tree for a class, and now I am hooked....
great work, enjoyed your site.