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Henrietta (47274097) (#47274097)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 3 days
RE: Clair Bloom # 13883738
I have found the first death notice printed in Toledo Blade on 4/1/2006 & the obituary on 4/2/2006. Go to and click on 'T', then Toledo Blade. When the page opens, just type the date and you will be able to scroll through that day's paper, page by page, until you come to the obituaries. Then you can zoom in on the page to read his full obituary. Happy Hunting, Pamela

Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Oct 20, 2014 9:47 AM

Trisha Bomar
Sabula Methodist Cemetery

I think the address is

217 Maple Ave
Du Bois, PA. 15801

Added by Trisha Bomar on May 23, 2014 10:17 AM

Dennis Walter
RE: Mary White #104570473
I found family of 6 located in Section F Lot 1 and 1/2

Edward J White b 1872 d Sep 17, 1936
Nellie G White b 1876 d Mar 22, 1966
They share a marker which makes me believe they are husband and wife.

Mildred White b ?1905? d April 13, 1930
Marker indicates daughter, I believe her to be the daughter Edward and Nellie.

Mary J White b May 17,1834 d Feb 23, 1900
Marker indicates wife of R.H. White
I believe her to be the mother of Edward.

John T White b 1867 d Jan 15,1912
Lizzie White b 1863 d Jan 7,1946
They share a marker which makes me believe they are husband and wife.
I believe that Mary J may also be the mother of John.

Thomas P White is indicated in the Cemetery records as resting in the same section and lot. However there is no marker to verify.

Added by Dennis Walter on Apr 29, 2014 4:48 PM

Henrietta Turner # 21756744
Ron Clees sent me this message.....Can you help him..I looked and I don't have her obit, I can get it next month at the Clearfield Historical Society..If you don't have it in your collection. Thanks, Penny

Would you happen to have an obituary for Henrietta Turner, d. 14 Feb 1931. She was a resident of Wallaceton, Clearfield Co. and is buried in Reidy Cem. Thanks,

Added by Beulah on Apr 04, 2014 8:27 PM

Amanda Smith
RE: Osterburg Cemetery.
I don't live too far away from that cemetery. I will get out there the next decent day we have. I usually have to take my 4 children with me or I would be able to go sooner. Do you know which part of the cemetery they may be in? There is two different churchs and cemeteries that are connected and its difficult to tell which cemetery is which, even though Ive been a local my entire life, Im not sure where on cemetery ends and the other begins.

Added by Amanda Smith on Mar 16, 2014 9:15 AM

RE: Arthur M. Coulter
Good Morning, Henrietta.

I think this shows the Arthur M. Coulter whose gravestone is at Watts Cemetery (strange how they misspelled it Cementery) does in fact belong the former pro ball player who hit the first home run for Indianapolis in 1902.

When you have a moment, please take a look at my ballplayer grave photos at

Thank you so very much for your assistance with this. I understand how much effort a person can sometimes go through for these kinds of things. I did some searching online last night and did not come up with much in the short time I looked.

The article you quoted proves to me this is the man I thought it was, and that's great news.

Take good care and let me know if I can ever help you out.

Rex Hamann
Andover, Minn.

Added by RexHamann on Mar 07, 2014 8:24 AM

Tom Schoening
Bell Family - Watts Cem
Henrietta: Do You have any gravestone photo's of Bell's in Watts Cem ?? If so I can place requests.

Thanx - Tom

Added by Tom Schoening on Feb 27, 2014 5:25 AM

Judy Divet Bassett
RE: Divet
Yes, I am the youngest child of Bessie and Lester Divet. Janet and I are sisters and the only children still living. Lester Ronald and Foxhall Glenn were our brothers.

Please let me know how we are related in the Hubler family. Mary Maines Hubler and Alfred Reed Hubler are my maternal grandparents.


Added by Judy Divet Bassett on Sep 23, 2013 10:20 AM

RE: Mocks Hill Cemetery
Thank you so much for checking Mocks Cemetery. I still have yet to find out where my ggg grandparents Crawford and Margret Lindsay are buried.

I've called Clearfield County historical society and all they would tell me is they have a listing for a Mrs. Crawford Lindsey (the spelling should be Lindsay) but that I would have to stop by. I live in Florida so, that is impossible.

I guess I'll have to try and order a death certificate. Not sure if that will work since I don't know exactly when they died.

Thanks again

Added by KMLC on Jul 25, 2013 11:34 AM

RE: Mocks Hill Cemetery

Thank you for your offer. I am not sure if my relatives are buried at Mocks Hill or not or if they even have headstones. That is why I have been trying to contact the cemetery. The names are Crawford Lindsay (1839-1906) and Margaret Lindsay (1833- sometime after 1900).

Do you know anyone I could contact for more information about that cemetery? I have tried to contact the historical society in that area but they have not responded.

Thank you again.


Added by KMLC on Oct 20, 2012 12:06 PM

Beth Quigley O
Hulda & Ralph Matter
The official name of the cemetery is the Grassflat Lanse Lutheran Cemetery. It is on Johnson Road off of Rte 53, at the site of the old Lutheran Church (it is now a house, one of my cousins lives there). I don't know the history of the name, but it's been there for quite some time. Hulda & Ralph are both buried there.

Added by Beth Quigley O on Jul 18, 2012 6:30 PM

Bill & Sheila
Garret Wykoff & Wife Elizabeth
Henrietta, Thank you so much for the photo of Garret & Elizabeth Wykoff's Headstone. I submitted the request so long ago I thought that the marker no longer existed. Compliments on your skill as a photographer. The Text is all clear and it looks like it might have been tough to get such a good shot. Thank you so very much
William Glover - Your efforts are very much appreciated

Added by Bill & Sheila on Jul 04, 2012 9:35 PM


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