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tclark (#47622162)
 member for 4 years, 8 months, 25 days
RE: R Davis, Blairsville Cemetery, PA
Thank you for the recent transfer, the bio has been edited. Of couse it will again be transferred at a request of a family member. David

Added by David on Feb 02, 2016 8:56 PM

Your welcome.... John Allen is my g g grandfathers brother. I have many Allen's in my family tree. It was difficult to give him up. My best to your grandmother.

Added by DonaldsDuck on Jun 02, 2015 6:25 PM

RE: Baker Edit Request
I linked them in error last night and had thought I deleted the request, but I see I did not. I have deleted the request. Thank you!

Added by SCurry on May 31, 2015 7:07 AM

glenn kinter
Barclay transfers
Thank you.

Added by glenn kinter on Apr 03, 2015 1:46 PM

Faith Baker
RE: Transfer
Thanks, that is good to know. I am never sure what the relationship is to the creator. Frank is good, he and his family moved to Ohio in the 1920's and I created his memorial, so he is under my management.
Many of George and Mary's children stayed in the Blairsville area, so I likely have more relatives in the Blairsville Cemetery.

Added by Faith Baker on Mar 19, 2015 3:13 PM

Faith Baker
RE: Transfer
Okey I'll do that. Sorry, should have known better, but I am new at this. Thanks for the transfer of Georga Baker.

Added by Faith Baker on Mar 18, 2015 8:32 PM

Carolyn Clark
Silas Clark in Pennsylvania
We are also doing research in Pennsylvania on the Clark family. By chance could you be related to Silas b.abt 1775 and Elizabeth (Burgoyne) Clark? They have a son Samuel 1799-1882 born in Morristown Ohio who moved to Knoxville Iowa in 1853. Married to Mary Morrison 1801-1867.
Thanks the Clarks from Iowa

Added by Carolyn Clark on Feb 15, 2015 9:47 PM

merilyn (schall) meyers
Elderton Presbyterian Church
Hello Todd, I was just looking for anything on our church cemetery and found pictures added by you. We all failed to get an address or any information from you.. Our secretary, Shirley was interested in knowing how your research trip to Pa. turned out. I met you that Sunday morning and shared worship with you. We are trying to find some info right now for the church, many head stones are in bad shape.. I would like to find any ideas on what legally can be down with these old graves, if they must be moved? Please stay in contact with the church, if you would like.. my e-mail. I am in the family of Schalls, Victor who you visited.. is still going strong. although he finally handed in his car keys!!

Added by merilyn (schall) meyers on Dec 10, 2014 6:16 PM

E.S. Hinckley
John Henderson
Thanks for the info about the rubbing of the headstone, your note has been added. Additionally, thanks for taking the time to track it down as well.

Added by E.S. Hinckley on Aug 17, 2014 4:29 PM

Jenny Ashcraft
Thank you so much
Thanks for taking the time to take a photo of the grave of Martha McCollum. I greatly appreciate your time. Have a great day!

Jenny Ashcraft

Added by Jenny Ashcraft on Jun 27, 2014 10:46 PM

Florence Lebow
Thank you for bringing the spelling for Sarah Neeley to my attention and for adding the picture. It is appreciated!

Florence Lebow

Added by Florence Lebow on Jun 04, 2014 7:07 PM

Yucaipa Valley Genealogical Society
Lila McKinney
I agree 100% and we Thank You !
Barbara YVGS

Added by Yucaipa Valley Genealogic... on Apr 07, 2014 10:17 PM

William Denney
RE: Harold Clark photo
I looked but there weren't any other Clarks. A Reid and a Jordan was on either side.

Glad I could help.

Added by William Denney on Mar 09, 2014 5:59 PM

RE: Timothy Edward Clark
Your welcome. We wish it was a little more winter and less spring here.

Added by TGFF on Jan 27, 2014 7:01 PM

Rachel Allen
I was afraid there might not be a marker for Her. I do appreciate your time and effort to check.

She is my 4th Great Grandmother. From reviewing your data on Find A Grave, I expect you are a cousin.

Again, thank you.

Don Hicks

Added by DWH on Oct 12, 2013 9:28 PM

RE: Tullis Headstone photos
Yes, that would be quite a trip.
Happy to help with your photo request.

Edwin O. Tullis, is also on the Tullis family marker.
Perhaps, he is the son of Rex and Helen- If you are related, thought you might like to create a memorial for him.
Best regards,

Added by DD on Sep 25, 2013 2:53 PM

Florence Lebow
William M. Allen
In response to your message about William Allen, deceased 1852:

I don't think this is the father of our James Washington Allen:

William M. Allen, father of James Washington Allen, was born 26 Mar 1816 and died between 11 Oct 1853, the date of his will and 16 Nov 1853, the date of probate. His heir and executrix was Sarah Allen.
I believe he is buried in Sayre Cemetery, Madison County, Iowa along with other members of his family, father William, stepmother Rachael, brother Whitley.
Of course, this is open for discussion! (Too many William Allens in one place!

Added by Florence Lebow on Aug 30, 2013 2:27 PM

Lucy Allen
I changed the order of the pix. Good suggestion. I got my camera back but am busy getting things back in order since the fair. The fair wrapped up last nite. May be another week before I get things downloaded but the pix looks good. Thank you for your patience.

Appreciate your consideration and contributions to FindaGrave.

Rosemary Hoover, Trustee
Webb Cemetery Assoc.

Added by RH on Aug 19, 2013 8:15 PM

Wm Allen
By the way, I took a pix of the stone last week. Camera not working properly and I have a busy week w/Iowa State Fair activities. Bear w/me and I'll get the pix posted when the camera is fixed and as my time permits.

Rosemary Hoover, Trustee
Webb Cemetery Assoc.

Added by RH on Aug 11, 2013 7:41 PM

Wm H Allen
The info posted to FindaGrave is what I deciphered from the monument. I have been unable to find a obit for Wm. FindaGrave info is a work in progress so I plan on continuing to search for more info about Wm and many other persons buried at Webb Cemetery and post the info as it becomes available.

Are you related to Wm? Do have anything to share about him, i.e, obit, pix, human interest story? Would appreciate any info I can glean about the Allen's as I've been unable to get much info from the relatives at Norwalk.

There is a book of epitaphs, circa 1890's, some written in German, that is available online. I was unable to find text similar to the epitaph on Wm's stone but again I'll continue to look for old data and maybe fill in the blanks on his epitaph.

Keep in touch...

Rosemary Hoover, Trustee
Webb Cemetery Assoc.

Added by RH on Aug 11, 2013 7:35 PM

Ralph Satterfield
RE: Clarence Clark Not Found
Thanks for the answers...

Added by Ralph Satterfield on Aug 09, 2013 9:55 PM

Ralph Satterfield
RE: Clarence Clark Not Found
Thanks for the answer....My wife remembered that there was once a Clark's Funeral Home in Elderton, and thought that there might be a connection. That cemetery is fairly well maintained now. I have been told that it is maintained on a volunteer basis. What cemetery were they reinterred in? Again, just curious.

Added by Ralph Satterfield on Aug 09, 2013 5:04 PM

Ralph Satterfield
RE: Clarence Clark Not Found
Glad that you found him, and thanks for letting me know. Any idea why he was disinterred and moved? Just curious....

Added by Ralph Satterfield on Aug 09, 2013 10:25 AM

RE: Theresa Cole
No problem! I love doing it!

Added by thefifthofnov on Aug 08, 2013 11:58 AM

Ralph Satterfield
RE: Clarence Clark Not Found
Sorry that we didn't find his grave for you. Lots of Clark graves, just not Clarence's. Are you sure that he has a headstone? Could he be in another cemetery? It's also possible that we just didn't see his grave. We will look again the next time there...

Added by Ralph Satterfield on Jul 21, 2013 1:56 PM


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