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Leslie (#47115461)
 member for 12 years, 6 months, 9 days
RE: Raymond & Viola Buck
You're welcome for the help, you did most of the work just by getting the plot information...The photo is the easy part.


Added by Dana on Oct 16, 2016 7:20 PM

Joyce Niswander
RE: Elijah Errett
You're welcome for the photo, Leslie.

Joyce Niswander

Added by Joyce Niswander on Sep 05, 2016 5:10 PM

Jeff Harvey
RE: White Church
You bet, Leslie!!! ALWAYS a pleasure helping you (and I must admit, I pay special attention to your requests!! :-)

Added by Jeff Harvey on Sep 05, 2016 8:55 AM

Jeff Harvey
RE: I say McGonnell, they say McConnell
I wish I had remembered that she was a "Springman" as that place is full of them. . . . if/when I get back, I will look again, but neither of us say anyone by either name :-( Our visit today was quite NOISEY - - lots of idiot truckers going through without mufflers, etc :-( LOL

Added by Jeff Harvey on Sep 04, 2016 3:56 PM

Jeff Harvey
RE: Lloyd Slonaker
You bet!! Believe me, if SHE didn't see it, it's NOT there!! LOL

Added by Jeff Harvey on Sep 04, 2016 2:09 PM

Jeff Harvey
RE: Alvin Croman
You bet, Leslie!

This has been quite the summer and I've not been able to do much graving AT ALL!! Hopefully this fall brings some much-needed rest and improvements!!

Added by Jeff Harvey on Aug 28, 2016 4:10 PM

Bonnie Flook-Dorley
RE: Christian Burkholder and wife Elizabeth Caldwell
these are my great grandparents thanks

Added by Bonnie Flook-Dorley on Aug 20, 2016 3:13 AM

Linda Seibert
RE: J Georg Wirth
You are more than welcome.

Added by Linda Seibert on Aug 11, 2016 8:17 PM

This is a possible lead on Martha M. Wolf Munsell's husband: Although listed on her tombstone as H. M., I think his name was Miles Henry but he went by Henry M. - he was a carpenter and then a wheelwright, with a carriage shop in Williamsport. His father was Lorenzo Munsell and his mother was Elizabeth Work. Lorenzo is buried in Watsontown, Northumberland County.
Henry's daughter Myrtle (who is the informant on Martha's Death Certificate) had a millinery shop in Picture Rocks, Wolf Township, Lycoming County.
I still haven't found where Miles Henry or Henry Miles is buried, but think he remarried.
I might be wrong, but think this is the connection to Martha.

Added by Beth on Jul 25, 2016 9:19 AM

RE: Jersey Shore pics
Hi Leslie,
Martha's stone was the only one there, no other stones around it. I did look. I'll look into her husband, he might be buried there with no stone. The lady in the office has maps that tell who all is buried in the same plot. If I find out anything, I'll let you know!


Added by Beth on Jul 24, 2016 5:52 PM

Marvin Peters in Ferncliff
Sec H Lot 466 Sublot 2
Clarence McLaughlin d1931
George Berry d1910
Laura Berry d1937
Lula Aleshire d1914
Marvin Peters d1963
Ruth Peters d1951

I did not find a listing for Charlotte. Marvin is buried a Ruth Berry Peters.

Added by Christina on Jul 10, 2016 1:24 PM

RE: Frank Shumaker
Hi Leslie,

I added the photo to Maggie's page. The stone is very hard to read. I am going back to Evergreen to make a transcription of the stone to post with the picture. Frank's death certificate states that he died March 11. Your memorial page states March 12. I can't tell from my photo which is on the stone.


Added by mgbergstr on Jul 09, 2016 10:22 AM

RE: Ruth Cohick Gouger
If I had names I might get a little further, at this time I am not finding relatives.

Added by Miranda on Jul 06, 2016 12:39 PM

Barry Keefer
RE: Derrs, Laurensons and Stadons at Moreland
Hi. Don't know about ages on the Laurenson stones. I'll check the next time I'm there. I think the date on George Derr's tombstone is 11 Oct 1845.

Added by Barry Keefer on Jul 04, 2016 6:40 AM

Gerald A. Little Jr.
RE: Clyde Derr
The big one was in the middle and his was to the right of the big one. There was no other small ones near the big one. I did not see any other Derr stones.

Added by Gerald A. Little Jr. on Jun 30, 2016 8:34 PM

RE: Edith Dareler
You are so very welcome I'm glad I could help. I'll see if I can find the photo and take a picture for you as well.

Added by WingNut on Jun 23, 2016 2:18 PM

Jeff Harvey
RE: Lloyd Slonaker
HMMMMMMM - - - I will look for him at some point!! ;-)

Added by Jeff Harvey on Jun 21, 2016 1:15 PM

Jeff Harvey
RE: Samuel Shick
You bet!!

Sorry about the grass on the one marker - didn't see it until after I got home :-( ugh

Added by Jeff Harvey on Jun 18, 2016 2:21 PM

Jeff Harvey
Samuel Shick
Hi Leslie!!

I found Affa, wife of Samuel Shick - I added her photo to her memorial. She is the large standing marker in the middle of the photo I posted for Samuel. To the left are two stones, one saying "Mother" and a fallen one saying "Father." There are four smaller stones matching Affa's to her right, none of which I could read :-(

Added by Jeff Harvey on Jun 18, 2016 1:12 PM

Jeff Harvey
Samuel Shick

Added by Jeff Harvey on Jun 18, 2016 1:10 PM

Vicki Enigk
RE: Warren and Ninabelle
The sun was behind us, and there was a doggy shadow on the ground, but I was able to crop it out.

Added by Vicki Enigk on Jun 18, 2016 7:04 AM

RE: John & Mary Wilson
The stone for Mary says James and the one for John says Emily. I just looked at Burial records and there is a husband and wife Mary and John buried there, no dates given. I looked up someone else who is buried on the same lot as them in the 2010 stone reading and there is no stone for this John and Mary Wilson. The only way to know if it is them is to actually call the person responsible for keeping the paper records of the cemetery.

Added by bluelady on Jun 16, 2016 2:20 PM

Brian Newark
RE: Longinus and Louise Wachter
I'm so glad I could help you! I appreciate your patience :)

Added by Brian Newark on Jun 16, 2016 2:01 AM

RE: John and Mary Wilson Roseville
Once again, you are welcome. If I can be of any service to you whether it be going to local libraries to hunt newspaper articles or such, let me know. This is the kind of sleuthing I love!

Added by bluelady on Jun 15, 2016 2:22 PM

RE: John and Mary Wilson Roseville
You are welcome. I did find some things that might help you more. I found that John had a brother who was probably with them in the accident because his death certificate had him dying the same day due to an auto accident. He happens to be buried in the Salem Lutheran Cemetery outside of Liberty, PA. John's father, who was born in North Carolina was a soldier of the Confederate Army, a POW at Elmira, was also buried in the Salem Cemetery. Their mother is not buried there but possibly a step mother. If you can get to the bottom of this you have a great family story here!

Added by bluelady on Jun 15, 2016 6:35 AM


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