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kate8228 (#47252989)
 member for 4 years, 6 months, 15 days
RoadRunner
RE: George Knittle
Hi Kate- I found Emma's death notice in the Columbia County Historical Society's database. According to the newspaper, little Emma died October 24, 1878 and was 1 year, 10 months, and 27 days old. That would put her being born on November 27, 1876. She and her little brother must've died from the same illness. Maybe diptheria? Anyway, according to the newspaper, she was a daughter of James. Hope that helps.

-Beth

Knittle, Emma Jane James (F) Locust Twp. 1-10-27 1878-10-24 Catawissa News Item

Added by RoadRunner on May 31, 2013 8:07 AM

James Ethridge
Ellen
Her stone is posted

Added by James Ethridge on Apr 19, 2013 7:46 PM

James Ethridge
Redmiles
Kate, there are 3 others that I found. I took pictures of their grave stones. Set up the pages and I will post the pictures too.


Annie Amelia b 4 Jan 1861 d 3 July 1865
daughter of Thomas and Sara


Thomas b 2 Jan 182 d 28 Dec 1891
Sara b 8 Dec 1815 d 23 Sept 1891

Added by James Ethridge on Apr 19, 2013 7:43 PM

Y Weaver
Heggenstaller
I will try to photograph this for you as soon as our 12 inches of snow goes away. I am with the Sugar valley Historical Society if you need any more info. www.svhistory.org
Y.

Added by Y Weaver on Dec 30, 2012 12:01 PM

RJM_2012
RE: Nellie Soltis
In your reply to me, you said to 'e-mail me at' but there is no e-mail address. Your bio has jessica425@email.com - please advise if this is not the one to use. but anyway, I did upload all I found for Koshko, Soltis in St. Michael's in Clarence - best thing to do is search for surname and click on those that have photo icon (looks like most have them have that). I found no Petrak, but there was Matthew and Michael Petrik in the Dormition of the Mother of God Cemetery in Clarence, PA.

Rick

Added by RJM_2012 on Nov 17, 2012 11:23 PM

Robert David Miller
Boyd info
Kate, sorry I didn't see this request before I finished the other post. On Bertha's photo, the dates are partly covered and I used special software to try and read them but I wasn't sure of the date. I corrected the date to 1891 on her memorial, hope this is fine with you. Sincerely, Robert Miller

Added by Robert David Miller on Nov 13, 2012 11:25 AM

Robert David Miller
Brass photo request.
Kate, I am doing a major project in the Mount Carmel area. If you do a search of Brass in the Mount Carmel area, you will find all the memorials I have posted for that name. Sincerely, Robert Miller

Added by Robert David Miller on Nov 13, 2012 11:07 AM

RJM_2012
Nellie Soltis

Got photo today for Nellie Soltis; and a number of others for Soltis, Petrik (Petrak ?), and Koshko. Hopefully, the records for these already exist. If not, I will send e-mail with names so you can create records, and be the owner of them. Then I can post up pics.

RJM

Added by RJM_2012 on Nov 12, 2012 5:49 PM

Dave Lombard
Michael Eoute (Eute)
Most of the stone is buried (I assume). I dug several inches but did not find the death date portion of the stone.

Added by Dave Lombard on Nov 09, 2012 4:09 PM

Beth
Forest Chubb
The only marker on this plot is the one of Hiram J. Chubb 1857-1947 and Nancy etten Chubb 1856-1925. I am not sure if they would have been the parents of Forest, or if that would have been a grandson and he is buried in their plot. I will have to do some more checking on this one...
Sorry I could not be of more help on this one, but maybe I can find who Forest's true parents were.

Added by Beth on Sep 28, 2012 9:11 AM

Beth
RE: Forest Chubb
no problem, will do all Chubbs in that area and also will ask the lady in the office to help me research all section and plot for the name. She can look the name up in her book, so that will help.
I'll let you know how I make out with it.

Added by Beth on Jun 12, 2012 5:51 PM

Patricia Witman Feaster
Peter Marshall
The photos are up for Peter and Sarah Marshall. Right between their stones was a stone for Oscar Lundy 1899 - 1915. His stone was identical to the Marshall stones thought you might be interested.
Sincerely.
Pat

Added by Patricia Witman Feaster on Jun 29, 2010 5:49 PM

 
 

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