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Paul Sevensky (#47053668)
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mommycita
Shoemaker Cemetery - Dalton, PA
Will you be fulfilling any more photo requests at the above cemetery?

Thx

Added by mommycita on Nov 13, 2013 9:06 AM

Mary Ellen Hill
Beemer
Thank you for the photo

Added by Mary Ellen Hill on Apr 27, 2013 12:30 PM

Brenda J. Masters Charles
John Masters II 1832-1898
I just found the photo you attached to my Great Grandfather, John Masters II. Your kind gesture will last a lifetime. Thank you.

Added by Brenda J. Masters Charles on Apr 23, 2013 11:52 AM

Dorothy Alvis
Amos Beemer's tombstone
Paul- Thank you so much for moving the photo of Amos Beemer from Newtown Cemetery to Newton Cemetery. Whew! That is a relief . I will delete his entry on the wrong cemetery site. Many, many thanks.

Added by Dorothy Alvis on Feb 22, 2012 11:49 AM

Dorothy Alvis
Amos Beemer tombstone photo
Can you forward the photo of Amos Beemer from Newtown Cemetery to Newton Cemetery, Newton Center, Lackawanna Co., PA. I had 3 entries in the wrong cemetery, they are all on this one stone. I will not delete Amos Beemer entry in Newtown Cem., until I see whether you can transfer the photo to the new entry. Sorry for the mix-up!

Added by Dorothy Alvis on Feb 09, 2012 3:15 PM

Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala
William and Ethel FINNEY - correction
Hi Paul,

Sorry to confuse you. I meant to say "Brookside" Cemetery in Lackawanna County, PA. Coalbrook was the colliery where my grandfather worked.

Added by Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala on Nov 01, 2011 3:39 PM

Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala
William and Ethel FINNEY
Thank you so much for the photos of my grandparents' tombstone in Coalbrook Cemetery in Lackawanna County, PA. I looked at the memorial today for the first time since you posted them. They are very special to me and I really appreciate your effort.

Added by Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala on Nov 01, 2011 3:31 PM

YVONNE BILGIN
claire waterman
thanks for the foto

Added by YVONNE BILGIN on Aug 21, 2010 10:38 PM

Hemingstein III
RE: Shoemaker Cemetery
Good morning Paul!

I was surprised to see that Polly Browning Wall's grave stone does not have a burial date, only when she was born. Thought that strange that the stone wasn't updated at death.

Perhaps Polly is not buried there since there does not appear to be a grave for her husband, Lorenzo Wall. It seems likely that they changed their minds for some reason and are buried elsewhere. (I would be surprised however, that her stone was erected prior to her death.)

What keeps genealogy so interesting is trying to figure out these oddities!

Thanks again Paul.

Respectfully,

Larry Lundeen

Added by Hemingstein III on Aug 20, 2010 6:45 AM

ArtK1950
Thanks
Paul,
Thanks so much for adding the photograph os the headstone for Mosee Clifford and family.
Art Krueger

Added by ArtK1950 on Aug 20, 2010 4:39 AM

Hemingstein III
RE: Shoemaker Cemetery
Dear Paul:

Thank you for your detailed information concerning the graves of Polly Browning, Jenna R.A. Browning, and Lorenzo Wall. I was unsure as to where they were buried and your additional confirmation is wonderful.

Also, Robey M. Browning certainly is the wife of Squire C. Browning. I had neglected to ask for her grave photo as I was unsure whether she was buried along side Squire. He died early in life and she remarried a Thomas Ruland in 1880. I believe they continued to live in the Dalton area, so it makes sense she is buried there. Perhaps Thomas Ruland, her second husband is also buried at Shoemaker Cemetery?

I have added these new people to Findagrave.com and am correcting the other information as the gravestones should be correct!

Your help has been such a gift to a long search of the Brownings. Thanks again.

Best Regards,

Larry (Go Vikings & Twins)

Added by Hemingstein III on Aug 19, 2010 8:00 AM

Hemingstein III
Shoemaker Cemetery
I was so excited and pleased to find your wonderful pictures of the grave stones of the three Browning's. You did such a good job of making sure of the clarity so that reading was easy. Thank you!

I have found that Findagrave.com is one of the best resources for family research because of kind thoughtful people like yourself. It would be unlikely that I would ever be able to travel to the Dalton area to personally visit the Shoemaker Cemetery. (I live in Minneapolis, MN)

I have spent part of 30 years doing my family research. The addition of these fine pictures is a real highlight.

Thanks again.

Sincerely,

Larry Lundeen

Added by Hemingstein III on Aug 18, 2010 2:05 PM

Mary Ellen Hill
Mary & Elias Beemer
Thaqn you very much for takingthe photo's I appreciate it very much

Added by Mary Ellen Hill on Aug 15, 2010 9:37 AM

Jay Boone
RE: Kittles
Thank you

Added by Jay Boone on Apr 10, 2010 10:43 AM

Jay Boone
RE: Kittles in Clarks Green Cemetery
Thank you for the photos from Clarks Green Cemetery. I added memorial pages for Louisa Kittle and Bessie Kellow if you want to add photos to those pages. I will have to do some research but there is a strong possiblity that Bessie is the daughter of Louisa Kittle. My photo request was for Arthur Kittle. I found his name on two separate lists of people buried in that cemetery, but possibly he doesn't have a stone.

Added by Jay Boone on Apr 10, 2010 5:22 AM

SAO
RE: Mamie Burknett Tonkin and George Tonkin
Thank you I know for sure Carrie E Small was George's secon wife. I am not sure about some of them but maybe my brother in law who has done a lot of genealogy might know the relationships again thank you Shirley

Added by SAO on Jul 30, 2009 5:56 PM

SAO
Mamie Burknett Tonkin and George Tonkin
Thank you so much for the photos of these graves. I will alert other family members to this wonderful discovery Thanks again Richard and Shirley

Added by SAO on Jul 30, 2009 5:34 PM

charles mcdonald
RE: Jacob Sands
I went back and corrected Walter and Ruth Sand's middle initial's.Thanks.

Added by charles mcdonald on Jul 23, 2009 4:19 AM

charles mcdonald
RE: Jacob Sands
I added Memorials for all of them,I can't request photos right now because have met my limit,but they are up if you want to sdd the photos.Thanks

Added by charles mcdonald on Jul 22, 2009 7:15 PM

charles mcdonald
Jacob Sands
Thanks for getting the photo of Jacob Sand's headstone.

Added by charles mcdonald on Jul 22, 2009 6:20 PM

R D Barney
GROVER CLEVELAND ROBINSON
THANK YOU FOR THE QUICK REPLY PICTURE!
MUCH APPRECIATED.
THANKS AGAIN
ROB

Added by R D Barney on Jun 12, 2009 3:02 PM

Jill Cosat
Thank You
Dear Paul.
I am very greatful you took photos of the gravestones. So do you live out there? or are you just visiting? My Grandmother was raised in Dushore at the turn of the century, she was a Lee.
Thank You very much!

Jill Cosat

Added by Jill Cosat on Jun 09, 2009 3:01 PM

Kathy
RE: John Photos
No, so far I haven't been able to find a connection to my family, I do have a Joseph Humphrey as a boarder on the 1910 census, also born in Wales and immigrated here in the same year. The information I received from the cemetery a few years ago have him listed as Lewis JOHN(Humphrey). Now this has my curiosity up again.
Thank you again,
Kathy

Added by Kathy on May 23, 2009 6:11 AM

Kathy
Thank You
thank you very much for your time and the great photos of my some of my family markers. Kathy

Added by Kathy on May 22, 2009 11:59 AM

Guiding Light
Thank you...
Thanks so much for filling some of our photo requests, is very much appreciated! :-)
Take care.

Added by Guiding Light on May 20, 2009 7:50 AM

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