|Jim Downing Brady||OOPS!|
As a Penn State alum, I should frankly know better, my last message should have referred to McKean County...must be getting too late to be doing this...Sorry about that!
Added by Jim Downing Brady on Dec 29, 2014 8:51 PM
|Jim Downing Brady||TX for attaching death certif. to #137591226|
TX for your quick assist, Barbara...Samuel's death certif. notes one of his sons as the informant, so I will shortly be also connecting his multiple kids to him by way of the edit function; while his death certif. lists his wife as Louisa (the mother of his kids), he interestingly appears to have been geographically separated from her for quite a spell...In fact, his 1900 Bradford County Census record declares him married to an entirely different woman, unknown what eventually happened to her (his 1920 Bradford County Census record declares him widowed, although Louisa survived him by multiple years...) Perhaps the second half of this puzzle will have to await the next genealogy detective, but you have been most helpful in solving the first half of this gentleman's puzzle, so CONGRATS TO US BOTH, BEST REGARDS, & HAPPY NEW YEAR AGAIN TO YOU & YOURS...
Added by Jim Downing Brady on Dec 29, 2014 8:44 PM
|Jim Downing Brady||find-a-grave #137591226|
Hi, Barbara...as a volunteer (not related to the Blowers) genealogist currently working on the Blowers clan, may I impose on you to share how you came upon Phebe Blowers' potential maiden name, Wing? If you perhaps have a copy of Samuel Gill Blowers' death certificate available (per your entry, he died in 1929), it would be swell if you could attach that to his entry, because Samuel's Mom's maiden name has apparently been eluding multiple researchers for multiple years now(your find-a-grave entry has in fact corrected multiple prior researchers who had been asserting that Samuel had passed away between 1892 & 1900...) I have already by the edit function connected up Samuel's entry with both of his Parents, which is always a gratifying thing to be able to do...REGARDS & HAPPY/HEALTHY NEW YEAR TO YOU & YOURS
Added by Jim Downing Brady on Dec 28, 2014 8:17 AM
|Mary Evans||Moses Case, 1781 - 1868|
I have found that Moses Case, with the above dates, born in Simsbury, CT, has two burial references. One is in Lake Shore Cemetery, Avon Lake, Lorain Co. Ohio. The other is the Lakeside Cemetery, Bay Village, Cuyahoga Co. Ohio. In each entry his wife is correctly mentioned, Charlotte Miller Case. Can you shed any light on this mystery? I suspect only one is correct.
Added by Mary Evans on Oct 01, 2014 12:52 PM
|William Stark||Nelson Wing|
Could you cite the document used to determine his date of birth as 1829? I'll include a note on it because what I have shows that his year of birth was 1824.
Added by William Stark on Sep 28, 2014 6:01 AM
|Dan Oh||Mary Reese|
I've added what I think is her death certificate, which now muddies the waters further. It says maiden name is Epright.
I'll let you sort it out, and let me know how you want to proceed. I'll transfer her to your care if you want to eliminate me as the middle man.
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 13, 2014 11:57 AM
|Dan Oh||Mary Ellen Reese|
I was looking for the obit and found one that matches except for the husband. If you think it is the obit for this burial then let me know and I'll add it (send the obit back to me in case I loose it) I think the second one matches and I will add that to the entry.
Daily Local News
June 10, 1919
MRS. MARY REESE
Last evening at the home of William Wilkinson, on William street, occurred the death of Mrs. Mary Reese, widow of Eli Reese, who had been keeping house for Mr. Wilkinson for several years. She is survived by one son, Howard, who resides in Nerberth (sic s/b Narberth).
Daily Local News
June 14, 1919
The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Reese was held Thursday afternoon from the parlors of Allen E. Keim, on West Lancaster avenue. It was very largely attended by a number of relatives and friends. The services were in charge of Rev. Joseph Schubert, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Interment was made at Great Valley Presbyterian Cemetery.
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 13, 2014 11:51 AM
|Shar R.||Frantz Cemetery|
FYI: just a thought , We believe there are many much older unmarked graves in the Frantz Cemetery of Tulpehocken Twp Berks Co.PA as the land its on was originally bought by Rudolph Meyer/Moyer in 1735, and deeded to his four Children in 1767 when he died, if there is another Frantz Cemetery in that Twp that I don't know of, let me know
Added by Shar R. on Jul 14, 2014 1:58 AM
|Mary Beth||Rebecca Page|
Hi. I see your memorial for Rebecca Page has her maiden name as Yerkes. May I ask how you came upon it? Thank you. Mary Beth
Added by Mary Beth on Jul 07, 2014 4:35 PM
|Oakley and related families||Wakeman B Oakley|
Added by Oakley and related famili... on Jun 24, 2014 10:28 AM
|Oakley and related families||Wakeman B Oakley|
I have added the age information for Wakeman. I am not related to this child. If you would like for me to transfer the memorial let me know. My Oakley's came from England through Baltimore, MD.
Added by Oakley and related famili... on Jun 21, 2014 12:11 PM
|Mike O||Ida Feyer|
There were 2 Ida E Fryers that died in 1922 believe it or not. You are right this one in Mt Zion was Boger. I changed it. mike
Added by Mike O on Jun 20, 2014 7:23 PM
|Angie Palmer||Margaret Whelan #112643234|
Thank you for the edits for her memorial :)
Added by Angie Palmer on May 04, 2014 11:22 PM
|Bonnie||Re: Montie Vanderslice|
Have made the changes and additions you requested. Thank you for the information. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Apr 16, 2014 11:31 AM
Wallace's father & mother have already been connected to each other. Jan
Added by Jan on Apr 08, 2014 7:08 PM
|Peggy||RE: Isabella Conrad|
Mary Ann Waters, and thank you for your response
Added by Peggy on Apr 01, 2014 8:27 PM
I was wondering exactly where in the cemetery Isabella is buried. All I know it was a group stone with names of other members moved to that cemetery. I appreciate any information of its location. Thank you Peggy Conrad
Added by Peggy on Mar 08, 2014 8:27 PM
Philip's son Philip is also buried in the same cemetery and his dates would fit better, birth is close to mother's and if he died in 1900 just before Phyllis was born. I also now see old Philip was dead 20 years before she was born so I detached him.
Added by Alan Lathrop on Jan 22, 2014 6:14 PM
I meant that Blanche Batchelder Pointon was a widow
Added by Alan Lathrop on Jan 22, 2014 5:47 PM
|Alan Lathrop||Phyllis Pointon|
I added her father and am wondering if you know that he is the correct Phillip. There would be 48 years between her mother and father. In 1900 census Barbara showed as a widow but could of been divorced. Let me know what you think.
Added by Alan Lathrop on Jan 22, 2014 5:45 PM
I have added the corrections you sent to me, and transferred her memorial to you.
Happy New Year!!
Added by LVPennGen on Jan 05, 2014 2:07 PM
|Horace Reven||Hughes and John Abdull|
You are welcomed, if you want John Abdull transferred to you just let me know. I also added Bessie Hughes gravestone in Williamstown to her memorial. There is also a Jessie there in their plot who appears to be their daughter. Maggie and Lydia Hughes don't have a gravestone in that plot. If you have any other folks in Sicklerville or Williamstown Methodist Cemeteries let me know, I had photographed all the stones in both cemetery. have a good day..Horace
Added by Horace Reven on Dec 17, 2013 4:47 AM
Corrected and updated. Thanks!
Added by SMS on Dec 15, 2013 8:36 AM
|E Hilbert||Lewis Ferguson|
Always happy to link family or be corrected.
Added by E Hilbert on Dec 13, 2013 6:05 PM
|SMS||Mary D. Englehart|
Added by SMS on Dec 13, 2013 2:57 PM