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Mark Cragle (#46629281)
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Heather Murphy
RE: Elmer Cragle
Yes! Thank you so much.
Added by Heather Murphy on May 06, 2016 9:13 AM
Heather Murphy
RE: Elmer Cragle
Well, he wasn't married to my dads mother. Her name was Wilma (quick) Murphy. My dads name was Donald Murphy. Elmer, at some point, was with my great aunt mable dowden. After Mable left him he was with Wilma. My dad never knew his father. My dad passed away last Thursday at age 65. I've been told Elmer was a good man and my dad looked just like him, smaller stature but muscular. Just curious if anyone has a picture of Elmer. Thanks so much. Heather
Added by Heather Murphy on May 05, 2016 7:46 AM
Heather Murphy
Elmer cragle
Hello I'm looking for information on an Elmer Cragle who lived in Derry pa for a time and died in Johnstown. He was a coal miner. Would you happen to have any information about him? He was my dads father. Thank you.
Added by Heather Murphy on May 05, 2016 2:54 AM
Robin Slater Boyd
Hi Mark
Have an obit from 1993 that had Virginia Cragle Plautz Find A Grave 5927563 updated it plus attached Authur and Virginia to their daughter. Let me know if you want a copy of the obit. Some people like to hold on to family obits :) Robin
Added by Robin Slater Boyd on Jan 24, 2016 1:04 PM
Long Black Veil
William C Nesbitt
I added the birth place for William C Nesbitt as Owingsville, Bath Co., and connect him to his parents James M & Mary Elizabeth Calk Nesbitt.

Happy New Year
Added by Long Black Veil on Dec 31, 2015 10:22 AM
Katherine L (Patch) Short
RE: E-male

You were up early or late.

Sent you two e-mails from my gmail. AOL doesn't like my e-mails sent from outlook.

Surprised one got through.

I have ancestors from NC on my dad's side.

NC - vacation or work?



You wrote:

Added by Mark Cragle on Nov 20, 2015 4:38 AM

RE: E-male
Hi Katherine

Thanks for the email. I am still at I am in North Carolina right now , should be back home next week and I can get you the dna info.


Added by Katherine L (Patch) Short on Nov 20, 2015 3:02 PM
Katherine L (Patch) Short
sent you an e-mail. AOL refused it.


Hi Mark,

We havenít communicated in a long time.

Iíve recently taken an autosomal DNA Test and wondered if you had or had considered taking one.

Comparing yours and mine might answer the question of whether or not our two Cragle lines are connected. ĎYesí - if we match and Ďmaybeí - if we didnít.

Have you made any discoveries about the two cragle lines.

I recently researched an Andrew Cragle born in the late 1700ís in MA named in four obits. Two were his and the otherís -- relatives from his household. He turned out to be Andrew Craigie, Jr. in historical records the son of a sea captain born in Scotland. Iíve wondered why the one spelling in the obits and another for historical records.

Hope to hear from you,

[gdau of Isaac Demick Cragle son of William Henry Cragle]

Ps. Have about 10 pages of old obits I'd like to send you.
Added by Katherine L (Patch) Short on Nov 18, 2015 10:36 AM
Jim Shafer
Walter Bartholomew
Thank you for taking the picture of Walter Bartholomews' gravesite. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

Added by Jim Shafer on Oct 04, 2015 12:37 PM
PFC James William Davidson (#143401901)
Really appreciate your effort photographing his military bronze plaque. I added four additional images (Unit photo, WWI & WWII draft cards, and his obituary). His father worked in a coal mine and he in a drug store. The book I am writing on his WWI field hospital will add honor to his name. You did well taking time to capture his final resting place.
Added by Thomas on Sep 24, 2015 6:26 AM
G Man
Thanks !!!
I really appreciate the photo.

Best wishes!
Added by G Man on Sep 24, 2015 6:25 AM
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