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Mary Staub
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Attended Elizabethtown College
Lives in South central Pennsylvania, USA
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Walter Augustus Monath Sergeant, U. S. Army; 19th Field Artillery Regiment, 5th Division   Born Aug 1897 in Carroll County, Maryland, USA Parents were Augustus and Laura Monath and Hallie, stepmother   Walter died on 26 Sep 1918 in France while serving his ...
Walter Augustus Monath Sergeant, U. S. Army; 19th Field Artillery Regiment, 5th Division   Born Aug 1897 in Carroll County, Maryland, USA Parents were Augustus and Laura Monath and Hallie, stepmother   Walter died on 26...
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Wreaths Across America
    Today, across America, wreaths were placed at the gravesites of the men and women who served our country. Not knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance and of the beautiful ceremony.  Above is the grave marker for my paternal ...
    Today, across America, wreaths were placed at the gravesites of the men and women who served our country. Not knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised by the attendance and of the beautiful ceremony.  Above i...
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American Cemeteries Memorializing U.S. Soldiers
My research of the Christian Monath family has been an interesting yet time consuming, adventure!  Not that I am complaining, but maybe my husband has thoughts on this.  I spend too much time on the computer and driving to places to spend more time than I f...
My research of the Christian Monath family has been an interesting yet time consuming, adventure!  Not that I am complaining, but maybe my husband has thoughts on this.  I spend too much time on the computer and driving to pl...
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Psalm 90.12
"So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom." The Bible reference above was noted in the Death Church record for my g-g grandmother, Maria Monath in the last column of the page below.  I am not familiar enough with the ways of ...
"So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom." The Bible reference above was noted in the Death Church record for my g-g grandmother, Maria Monath in the last column of the page below.  I am not f...
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Little Lesson Learned
I have a saying that I used over and over with my kids, and it is worth repeating, 'You just never know .' There is a point in time when one must admit that they need help.  I hit that point a few weeks ago when I became frustrated trying to find my ggg gra...
I have a saying that I used over and over with my kids, and it is worth repeating, 'You just never know.' There is a point in time when one must admit that they need help.  I hit that point a few weeks ago when I became frust...
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Social Media and Genealogy Research
I violated the one social media rule that I lived by when I worked, and it was regularly making updates to blogs.  My Monath family genealogy blog was severely neglected, and, honestly, I have reasonably sound excuses. After one false alarm and the real dea...
I violated the one social media rule that I lived by when I worked, and it was regularly making updates to blogs.  My Monath family genealogy blog was severely neglected, and, honestly, I have reasonably sound excuses. After...
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Sailing the Ocean Blue
    In July 1852, the vessel Orleans arrived into a New York port with a crew and passengers, several of whom are my ancestors.  On one particular document, I found it interesting to learn that Christian was a man servant, perhaps to pay for his voyage to A...
    In July 1852, the vessel Orleans arrived into a New York port with a crew and passengers, several of whom are my ancestors.  On one particular document, I found it interesting to learn that Christian was a man servant, ...
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Once upon a time I worked in public relations and communications creating stories about successes. Today I create stories about lives and people.
Skills
Database creation and management and reporting. Research. Writing.
Employment
  • Volunteer
    2010 - present
    Olivia's House - companion volunteer ~~ York County Heritage Trust - assist visiting researchers with their genealogy quest; proficient in working with PastPerfect database scanning photographs and entering data; projects as they happen.
  • Non-Profit
    Public relations. Content creator for all types of communications. Grant research and proposal/report writing.
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South central Pennsylvania, USA
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Introduction
I envision life like a road trip.  We start out on a journey and take the road to what appears to be interesting.  Where I end up is yet to be seen. 
Bragging rights
Nine years...five colleges...mother to three wonderful children...and I worked full-time while attending college where I earned a B. A. in Communications.
Education
  • Elizabethtown College
    2004
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