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Matt Cumberledge (#47521082)
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Sylvia Sine Whittaker
Cumberledge Cemetery
Please disregard my edit notice for May Harker in this cemetery, other research has come to light and no edit is necessary.

Added by Sylvia Sine Whittaker on Jun 13, 2014 7:38 PM

Pam Witherow
RE: Rachel Wiley
Thank you, Matt, for the mother's link--it is done!!!! :-)

Added by Pam Witherow on Jun 02, 2014 3:42 PM

Sheila Duplaga
RE: Shepherd Cemetery
Thanks, all looks OK

Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 05, 2014 11:28 AM

Sheila Duplaga
Shepard Cemetery
The only question I have is the names. Ruth is a last name, it is used as his middle name. It was two persons-William Ruth Horner and Samuel Horner. You could leave out the Ruth. There birth/death are William 8-24-1881 to 7-30-1964 and Samuel 1831 to 4-26-1909.
Thanks you are much better at this. I am having difficulty in updating records. Some change in 24 hours. Others I have tried days ago and no update or reply. This is using the edit tab.

Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 04, 2014 6:03 PM

Sheila Duplaga
Shepherd Cemetery
The book is Our Horner Ancestors William of Fayette County, Pa. son of Thomas of Baltimore County, Md. Family genealogy ca 1700-1973 and Allied Lines by Virginia Horner Hinds. printed 1974. page 204 William Ruth Horner and Samuel Horner (these are grandfather and grandson) had the stones of the family, who had been buried in the old Shepperd (Shepherd) Cemetery and the old Greene Academy moved to the family cemetery. These stones were toppled over and some were being used as step-stones. Being impossible to locate the location of the actual graves, just the stones were placed in the family cemetery.
page 206 Sarah Horner d/o Samuel and Mary (Cree) moved from Shepperd 7-25-1843 aged 5m 8d, Mary Horner 1st w/o Samuel (nee Cree) moved from Shepperd 1805 1-17-1852 aged 46y, James Horner s/o Samuel and Mary (Cree) moved from Shepperd 4-17-1842 2y 6m 22d. The Horner Cemetery, Fayette County, where they were moved is difficult to reach. My mother and older family visited it in early 1960 via tractor and wagon. They would not allow us children to go. The book I reference is in the Uniontown (PA)Library Genealogy Room. I took one there in 2003 or 2004. I believe they already had one.
Hope this gives you the information you wanted. Please ask if you need more information.

Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 04, 2014 4:48 PM

Ernie Chapman
John Cook
Not a problem. Use the picture as you wish.
Ernie

Added by Ernie Chapman on Mar 04, 2014 3:40 PM

Sheila Duplaga
Shepperd Cemetery
You have three listings-James Horner, Mary Horner and Sarah Horner. From information in a book Our Horner Ancestors by Virginia Horner Hinds, she has noted that the grave markers for these three persons were moved to the Horner Cemetery, Greene County near Carmichaels. Only the markers were moved. The reason being they had been toppled.

Added by Sheila Duplaga on Mar 03, 2014 10:21 PM

Ernie Chapman
John Cook
Thanks Matt. While I am not related to John, I am always interested in Civil War vets. I have added the Civil War information to his memorial. Please be on the lookout for a picture of john D Warfel in the 71's Ohio. He was my great grandfather and in for the duration of the Civil War. Ernie

Added by Ernie Chapman on Mar 02, 2014 8:15 AM

GLENDA EISENHOUR
Samantha Price/Arnett Cem.
Thanks for adding the photo and glad you had it in your group of pics. I found her name and 3 others in another book I had which was a reading done in 1980. I think these names pretty well complete the burials here. I'm so glad you went rabbit hunting! :)

Added by GLENDA EISENHOUR on Feb 12, 2014 9:13 AM

Doug Wise
Jack Poland
Hi Matt -- Per our private conversation, I am requesting that you transfer management of my old friend, J. Harold Poland's, memorial to me. Thanks a lot. Jack would really be tickled.
Doug Wise #48159213

Added by Doug Wise on Nov 22, 2013 5:18 PM

Sheila Black
72127897 Spencer Burdette Clutter
Please attach: 35057988 Cephas Clutter 35058032 and Lany Day Clutter-- parents of Spencer B. Clutter

Added by Sheila Black on Sep 10, 2013 8:28 AM

Cemetery Moon
RE: Freeland Cemetery, Wayne Twp, Greene County
Yes, I'll be very interested in the other graves you may find as I researched my relatives and it seems like that whole tri-border area used to be one big county so it's possible my and your relations may be in some of the same cemeteries.

Added by Cemetery Moon on Aug 20, 2013 7:47 PM

Cemetery Moon
RE: Freeland Cemetery, Wayne Twp, Greene County
I think I may be mistaken in the wrong county. I originally got this information from a Jefferson family tree. When I got your message, I went to the old link and it was moved to a Marshall County Genealogy website: http://www.wvgenweb.org/marshall/cemetery/cem-index1.txt
I'll be making some edits in the future. Sorry for any confusion I may have caused.

Added by Cemetery Moon on Aug 20, 2013 10:56 AM

Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Annie Headley, Staggers Cemetery
Thanks very much for the Headley headstone photo. I'm grateful for your help.

Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Aug 17, 2013 5:29 PM

Sheila Black
Fred Lightner obit
FRED Rogers LIGHTNER, 79, of Sycamore R.D. 1, died at 7:30 p.m. Monday, August 20, 1983, in his home of an apparent heart attack.
He was born December 2, 1904, in Morris Township, a son of Mason and Cora Rogers Lightner.
He had lived all his life in the Sycamore and Nineveh area. After retiring from active farming, he had been a school bus driver and mail carrier.
Mr. Lightner was a member of the Nineveh United Methodist Church, a charter member of the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Co., and had served for several years as a school director from Morris Township.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Linda) Cathers of Augsburg, Germany, and Mrs. Tom (Marna) Henry of Sycamore R.D. 1; two sons, Myron C. Lightner of Harrisburg and John R. Lightner of Boise, Idaho; 12 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Ed (Jennie Lee) Cushard of Pittsburgh.
His wife, Margaret Clutter Lightner, died March 10, 1963.
Interment: Hopewell Cemetery


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Added by Sheila Black on Jul 15, 2013 7:35 PM

Sheila Black
obit for Margaret Lightner
Margaret C. Lightner, 59, Sycamore, PA died in her residence Sunday, March 10, 1963 after being ill since October.
She was born July 20, 1903 in Center Township, near Hopewell, the daughter of Irving Jennings and Alice Webster Clutter.
She taught school in Center Township and was a member of the Nineveh Methodist Church.
Surviving besides her parents, are her husband, Fred R. Lightner; two daughters, Linda (Ronald) Cathers of Catlett,VA and Marna (Tom) Henry, at home; two sons, Myron C. Lightner at Mt. Home AFB, Idaho and John R. at home; two sisters, Anna(Guy) Goodwin, Cameron Star Route and Marie Clutter Lyons, Sycamore.
Services were conducted by Rev. Blaine Meider and burial followed at Hopewell Cemetery, Center Township, Greene Co., PA

Added by Sheila Black on Jul 15, 2013 7:16 PM

Sheila Black
72163448 Margaret Clutter Lightner
Please attach 72163448 Margaret Clutter Lightner to her parents 72128194 Alice Webster Clutter and 72128182 Irving Jennings Clutter

Thanks

Added by Sheila Black on Jul 06, 2013 1:34 PM

Sheila Black
72128194 Alice Webster Clutter
please add this info for Alice Webster Clutter
Alice Webster Clutter, 92, of Sycamore died in her home October 31, 1964 after a two-month illness. She was the wife of Irving Jennings Clutter.
Mrs. Clutter, a daughter of Isaac Webster and Anna Stentz Webster, was born January 12, 1872, in Center Township. She was a lifelong member of the Hopewell Methodist Church, where she married her husband, June 14, 1896, and was a member of WSCS of the Church.
Surviving in addition to her husband,who is 95, are two daughters, Anna (Guy) Goodwin, Cameron Star Route, Waynesburg, and Mrs. Marie Lyons, at home; eight grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren.
A daughter, Mrs. Margaret (Fred) Lightner, five sisters and one brother are deceased.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. John Hamilton and Rev. George Parkins at the Hopewell Methodist with interment following in the Hopewell Church Cemetery.--Washington Observer, November 1964.

Added by Sheila Black on Jul 06, 2013 1:31 PM

genieresearcher
Geho
Hi Matt, that was fast! thanks for reuniting this little family. Would you mind adding maiden name of Garrison to Zibiah Geho's name please? I'm not familiar with area but that's too bad that the original finders didn't photograph any stones. Now they are likely hidden in some woods and might never be found again. Might someone affiliated with Wayne Township be able to locate perhaps? Thanks for your efforts. Maybe one day you will discover it!

Added by genieresearcher on May 29, 2013 7:38 AM

Tony Klingensmith
RE: Jordan Strosnider
Matt,

In addition to the virtual cemetery, I'm writing a book on the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry. My gg grandfather served as a Sergeant in the regiment for 3 years and it peeked my interest. Several hundred pages later, I can tell you just about anything you want to know about the regiment. I've found many intersting stories and facts by researching what happened to the men after the war and this Find-A-Grave virtual cemetery is a gold mine of information.

I have a collection of many photos of individuals and some group shots from a reunion. What are you looking for?

Tony

Added by Tony Klingensmith on May 22, 2013 8:28 AM

Tony Klingensmith
Jordan Strosnider
Matt,

Thanks so much for the Jordan Strosnider memorial photos. I've corrected the dates on the memorial based on the headstone dates. I've also linked his wife Susan to his memorial. Thanks for helping me honor this Civil War veteran.

In your Greene County cemetery hunts, keep me in mind if you run into any graves marked with "18th Pennsylvania Cavalry" or "3rd Provisional PA Cavalry" (the 18th was merged at the end of the war with the 22nd PA Cav to form this provisional cavalry regiment). I'm working on a virtual cemetery of the regiment (see the link on Jordan's memorial (#73154334) and have only located about half of the regiment's soldiers. Many many of them came from Greene County.

Tony

Added by Tony Klingensmith on May 22, 2013 8:15 AM

Michelle ❤❤💕❤❤
Re: Jesse Carpenter
Hello Matt,

I'm not related to this family, so I transfer them to you, if you find other family members I have added , just let me know and I will be happy to transfer them as well. By the way, wonderful photos you added to each memorial.

Have a great day,
Michelle

Added by Michelle ❤❤... on Mar 06, 2013 9:59 AM

Jennifer Sasek
Mary Johnston
Her maiden name was Breese and she died May 27, 1993. Hope this helps.

Added by Jennifer Sasek on Aug 18, 2012 9:44 AM

Nancy Thomas
Cassandri Thomas
Thank you for taken these pictures of Cassandri Thomas's headstone.
Nancy

Added by Nancy Thomas on Aug 05, 2012 6:22 AM

Foxie Anderson Hagerty
Anderson Cemetery, PA
hi Mark,
I'm so delighted to find you & that you have found my ancestors tombstones is there any way I can get you to send me in the mail photos of his tombstones or by email? I would greatly appreciate it plus would love to know if you got them set back in place. I do an Illinoissavinggraves.com website and this is awesome. I'm not surprised they are in this condition but would love to have a copy of them. I thank you very much my father would of loved this if he were still alive. Now to Find where his son Amos & his wife is buried. I promised dad I'd get DAR ancestor bar for his Charles Anderson II as I call him and would love to have more info you have it if not that's okay too. this is a fantastic find here tonight.
happy day to you
Foxie Anderson Hagerty

Added by Foxie Anderson Hagerty on Aug 13, 2011 12:26 AM

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