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Cashie (#47323748)
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Feb/Mar 2015

I will be happy to add information and links to memorials that I manage.

Please use the EDIT tab on each memorial. I can usually get updates done within a day or two.

If your updates are taking longer to appear, then we are probably traveling and I will be getting to additions/corrections just as soon as I have internet access.

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TheresaLP
RE: Robinson
So I've been doing a little more checking. In the 1910 census they've been married 34 years, so I expect only one wife, but in both the 1880 Census and the 1900 Census she uses the initial "B" so it must be a middle name.

In Memoirs of Allegheny County vol 1, p. 158, on brother, William M. Scott:
She married Charles C. Robinson and resides at No. 215 Lehigh Ave., Pittsburg. That is their address in the 1900 Census.

So I guess the Blair stays, but maybe you could add the Scott.

Thanks. Theresa
Added by TheresaLP on Feb 26, 2015 10:48 AM
bvance43
RE: George Tedrick
Thank you Cashie. Yes, I bet you are right. This could have been from the old DAR readings circa 1935. I should have checked first. If they couldn't read it then, you couldn't read it today. I've been there.
Added by bvance43 on Feb 18, 2015 12:29 AM
bvance43
George Tedrick
Buried in the Tent Presbyterian Church Cemetery, do you happen to have a photo of the headstone. He was b. 1804.

Thank you.

Bill Vance
Added by bvance43 on Feb 17, 2015 3:08 PM
Gail M. Ogle
Benjamin Hardin
Benjamin was born Sept 1869, and died 11/20/1916. He was a watchman for the railroad, and was struck by a train, according to his death certificate #115691. He was buried on 11/23/1916. He was the husband of LaRue Kettler Hardin, the son of Jackson Hardin and Margaret Dianna Mallory Hardin.
Added by Gail M. Ogle on Jan 30, 2015 6:09 PM
Amy
Laura Askwith
Wow!! That was fast! Thank you! :-) A
Added by Amy on Jan 27, 2015 12:04 AM
Barbara HARMS Craig
RE: William Barton
I am not a member of ancestry.com.

My email is blcraig115482000@yahoo.com

Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Jan 26, 2015 4:01 PM
Barbara HARMS Craig
William Barton
I would be interested in any information on the Barton family. I am actually working on the Swan family, but would be interested in in this. Do you have information on William and Sarah's children?
Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Jan 26, 2015 10:07 AM
Pat O'Dell
Flora Hixson Combs
The maiden name Hixson shows on my Memorial page don't know why you aren't seeing it. Hum.

Pat O'Dell, #47147856
Added by Pat O'Dell on Jan 09, 2015 1:53 PM
Christine
Virginia Dale Thorp
Sorry. You were right. I wrote the memorial# incorrectly. I've fixed it in the edit.
It's my lex-dexia Hahaha. Thanks.
Added by Christine on Dec 17, 2014 7:21 PM
Christine
Virginia Dale Thorp
Hello Cashie,
Virginia Dale (Curtiss) Thorp was my fathers first cousin.
Her father was Percy William Curtiss (#73905677) and her mother was Claucia Francis Basser (#50115022)
Her last name is spelled with a double S.

I hope you will make these corrections.
Regards,
Christine


Added by Christine on Dec 17, 2014 3:34 PM
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