I spent all afternoon at the cemetery and I found quite a few McCarrier’s for you.
When you have time can you make up the memorial’s the first list these McCarrier’s are buried in West Sunbury United Presbyterian Cemetery
William Dickson McCarrier 1874 – 1951 Son to < John Nelson McCarrier.
His wife Bessie wick McCarrier 1878 – 1937
William Victor McCarrier – 1903 – 1990
His wife Mary Lois (Gruve) McCarrier – 1906 – 1996
Second list, the second list these McCarrier’s are buried in West Sunbury Union Cemetery
Wife Mary M. McCarrier 1874 - 1943
Wife Helen C. McCarrier 1915 - 1983
Frank H. McCarrier
Wife Martha Johnson McCarrier November 11, 1908 - November 14, 1993 she might have remarried after Frank died. They are both buried in the same grave.
Joan McCarrier Campbell March 7, 1930 - September 9, 2008
Upon Joan wishes she wanted to be cremated and interred close to her father Frank.
I have first-hand the knowledge to this is true, I worked that day of her committal service,
that’s when I met her cousin Butler County Commissioner William Lawrence McCarrier. He would be John Nelson McCarrier’s great great grandson.
I spent some time talking to William McCarrier of the history of the McCarrier’s that’s how I know so much about the McCarrier.
If you’re seeking additional information on the McCarrier’s you can look up history of Clay Township in Butler Co. some of the McCarrier’s were business owners, elders at the church, successful business people,
It’ll probably take me a day to get your photos ready to upload.
Added by Christopher Scott on Sep 24, 2014 6:50 PM
|Christopher Scott||RE: McCarrier|
Peter has a brother William that is buried that is buried in West Sunbury United Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
Peter and Frank McCarrier are buried in West Sunbury Union Cemetery.
The family is split between two cemeteries.
I need additional information on Peter and Frank McCarrier, death dates.
Also there is a sister I believe her name was Margaret if you can give me some additional information on the sister. When I am walking through the cemetery I can look for her to.
Christopher, the friendly Cemetery Guy.
Added by Christopher Scott on Sep 23, 2014 11:38 AM
|Christopher Scott||John McCarrier|
You have John McCarrier memorial page listed as West Sunbury Union Cemetery.
John is not interred in West Sunbury Union Cemetery he is interred with his wife and children act West Sunbury United Presbyterian Cemetery,
You need to make a memorial page for John and family in West Sunbury United Presbyterian Cemetery.
I have photos of John, ninerva, Charles, and Dwight McCarrier.
Added by Christopher Scott on Sep 22, 2014 11:57 AM
|Christopher Scott||Photo request for John N McCarrier|
You submitted a request for a photo for (Sgt John N McCarrier) in West Sunbury Union Cemetery.
I have found them in. West Sunbury United Presbyterian Cemetery,
The two cemeteries are about a fourth a mile apart from each other.
When you have time can you change the cemeteries, and I will upload your photo for you.
Christopher, from Find A Grave.com
Here is some additional information.
Up in the church the McCarrier and Eshenaughs are buried real close together.
John Nelson McCarrier 1840 – 1921
Oct 15. 1921 the death date was on the application for a military headstone.
Minerva Eshenbaugh McCarrier 1851 – 1896
Son Charles W McCarrier 1887 - 1892
Son Dwight Homer McCarrier Death Sep 14. 1933
Andrew H Eshenbaugh April 16. 1824 - August 10. 1904.
Andrew served in the 14th Regiment PA Calvary co, m
Mary A Eshenbaugh August 7. 1822 - September 24. 1908
That’s all the information I had, by chance if I run into the great-grandson McCarrier I’ll asked him for any additional information.
Added by Christopher Scott on Sep 20, 2014 1:58 PM
|My Labor of Love||RE: Gill Corrections|
Glad I was able to help.
Added by My Labor of Love on Apr 10, 2014 6:33 AM
You're very welcome. Glad they are in the hands of a family member. :)
Added by KathyCook on Apr 06, 2014 7:53 PM
|Ann Stranman||Others for Luce|
There were other Luce's besides Austin on Elvira on that same stone that I added to Edgewood...Anson and Lydia...Not sure if they have an relevance to you, but thought I'd let you know.
Added by Ann Stranman on Oct 15, 2013 10:07 AM
|Ann Stranman||RE: Luce|
No problem, Mark...Glad I was able to help...I can see how it was missed before (saw the notes where others said they couldn't find it)--I probably walked right by it multiple times and then it just jumped up and bit me. Glad I was able to help out my distant cousin...
Added by Ann Stranman on Oct 09, 2013 6:37 PM
Actually, Arnold Bates Crofoot (the son of Clarence and Alice) and his wife, Anne I. Crofoot (both in Edgewood Cemetery--my grandparents) were the ones that had the 4 children listed in my previous message...gets confusing keeping track of the generations...
Added by Ann Stranman on Sep 04, 2013 7:24 AM
Hi, Mark--I noticed you submitted photos of Clarence and Alice Crofoot--they are my great grandparents on my Mother's side. They had 4 children--Clarence Edward "Eddie" Crofoot, Carol (B 12-20-1940; D 3-3-2010--my Mother), Vincent Crofoot (D 12-2010 and buried at Green Lawn), and Laura Crofoot. The senior Clarence was the twin brother of Lawrence Crofoot, who is buried at Saybrook Cemetery.
The Crofoot's in Ashtabula County are tied to those in Lake County--from my research, it appears Ansel Bates Crofoot came to Ashtabula County from Lake County. Ansel Bates Crofoot is buried in Stickney Huntoon Cemetery on Rt. 86 in Concord (Lake County), as are many of the Crofoots--that is a "family" cemetery and the Crofoots are also connected to the Huntoons.
I spent a great deal of time researching the Crofoot history and located a good deal of information about the Lake County Crofoots that was compiled by Laura Watson, a Crofoot descendant.
If you have other pictures of Crofoots besides Clarence and Alice, I would appreciate a great deal if you could send them to me.
Added by Ann Stranman on Sep 04, 2013 7:20 AM
|Brad Campbell||RE: Crofoots/Evergreen|
It is my pleasure, Mark. I found several Pikes in the same lot as Laura and David and Alta. I created their Find a Grave memorials and posted pictures. Also, for Albert (A.D.) I posted simply the family monument and a note about his missing marker.
Added by Brad Campbell on Jul 05, 2013 7:36 AM
Hello I was wondering if you could tell me anything about #6788671 Roxanna Crofoot. Like who was her husband? And was her maiden name Woodward? Thanks lisa
Added by LisaWinn on Jun 24, 2013 6:03 PM
|Ann Gardner||RE: Geiser|
Hello and thanks for adding the family link. No, I am not a relative. I have been researching the Steward B. McCord family that lived in Franklin County, Kansas by 1870. Julia McCord married Zachariah Price after the death of Sophia Geiser Price. I found Samuel in the census reports and then on Findagrave. I used to do crosswords, now I try to connect family members on Findagrave ! ---Sounds like a very interesting family. I will gladly transfer Sophia's memorial, if you wish, as it was recently transferred to me for additions.
Added by Ann Gardner on Dec 24, 2012 7:58 AM
|Nancy LoomisPhillips||RE: Litchfields|
I don't believe we are related to them. Possibly many generations back. My grandmother was a Woodworth. She was born in Williamsfield. Many of the Woodworths in the West Williamsfield Cemetery are my ancestors, back to and including my 4th and 5th great grandfathers who fought in the War of 1812, and The Revolutionary War
Added by Nancy LoomisPhillips on Sep 24, 2012 10:55 AM
|Shelia Bisbee-Bauer-O'Toole||Weaver's in Monroe Twp, Kelloggsville Cemetery|
Was wondering if you were related to the Weavers and Lairds. Joseph & Hester Weaver are my g-g-g-Grandparents. I was out to the cemetery recently after trying to follow my uncles direction and it was a nice sunday drive on a saturday. Anyway if they are related e-mail and maybe we can exchange information.
Weaver/Laird had William
Weaver/Harmon had Bertha Dawn
Weaver/Bisbee Raymond Harry Bisbee
Bisbee/Heath had Charles Bisbee my father
Added by Shelia Bisbee-Bauer-O'Too... on Sep 09, 2012 9:24 PM
You are very welcome! If I can add to your confusion in any way, just let me know :)
Added by Melissa Simms on Aug 23, 2012 10:11 AM
|Melissa Simms||Justina Seamens|
the only other graves that were nearby were of the Jacobsen family. I took pics of their graves so if they are related just let me know.
Added by Melissa Simms on Aug 17, 2012 5:21 PM
|Jenifer Crone||RE: Nathan Laird|
This information came out of a book on White County Cemeteries. The authors of the book surveyed many cemeteries in the county years ago.
Put in a request for a headstone photo. Next time I am in the area, I will check out the actual cemetery and take pictures.
Added by Jenifer Crone on Jun 24, 2012 3:59 PM
|SCOTT REED||RE: Melville headstones|
Happy to help. Please feel free to use it wherever you wish.
Added by SCOTT REED on May 29, 2012 2:30 PM
|Kelsi ||Using the photo|
Sure, you can copy and paste it to the other names. No problem.
Added by Kelsi on May 09, 2012 8:15 PM
|J R N||Updates|
Updates added for Agnes Crofoot Bartlett # 52686071 too.
Added by J R N on May 09, 2012 2:34 PM
|J R N||Updates|
Updates added for Mertie Angeline Crofoot Randall Find A Grave Memorial# 52686560 as requested.
Added by J R N on May 09, 2012 2:29 PM
|Pat Sproat||RE: Alexander/Pickens family|
Yes I see where I have James Alexander posted
from Belmont Co. Ohio. I am sure there is some
connection to one of my lines am not sure
would have to look, I have researched Belmont
county family names for years and since my
descendants come from the area I have a lot of
family in the county.
I do not live there
Added by Pat Sproat on Apr 29, 2012 8:24 AM
|Pat Sproat||RE: Alexander/Pickens family|
Need to know what Alexander family you are
refering too I have many.
Also do not have any Pickens family in my
Added by Pat Sproat on Apr 29, 2012 7:14 AM
|Kathryn Peters||RE: Pickens Family|
I'm happy to share info on the Pickens family with you and your friend's grandmother. I don't want to take up too much space here, but I checked my database and did see Agnes Ellen (Eleanor) Pickens wife of Adam Corbin Hathaway. Eleanor was the sister of my ancestor, William Alexander Pickens. I have info on their ancestors, but some of the sources don't seem too reliable once you go back to the generations in Scotland. You can contact me directly at
genes [at] jpkp [dot] us
(you'll have to retype it with the correct symbols; I don't post the exact email address online to avoid spambots harvesting it)
Hope to hear from you soon.
Added by Kathryn Peters on Apr 29, 2012 6:22 AM