|Paul Sevensky (#47053668)|
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|mommycita||Shoemaker Cemetery - Dalton, PA|
Will you be fulfilling any more photo requests at the above cemetery?
|Mary Ellen Hill||Beemer|
Thank you for the photo
|Brenda J. Masters Charles||John Masters II 1832-1898|
I just found the photo you attached to my Great Grandfather, John Masters II. Your kind gesture will last a lifetime. Thank you.
|Dorothy Alvis||Amos Beemer's tombstone|
Paul- Thank you so much for moving the photo of Amos Beemer from Newtown Cemetery to Newton Cemetery. Whew! That is a relief . I will delete his entry on the wrong cemetery site. Many, many thanks.
|Dorothy Alvis||Amos Beemer tombstone photo|
Can you forward the photo of Amos Beemer from Newtown Cemetery to Newton Cemetery, Newton Center, Lackawanna Co., PA. I had 3 entries in the wrong cemetery, they are all on this one stone. I will not delete Amos Beemer entry in Newtown Cem., until I see whether you can transfer the photo to the new entry. Sorry for the mix-up!
|Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala||William and Ethel FINNEY - correction|
Sorry to confuse you. I meant to say "Brookside" Cemetery in Lackawanna County, PA. Coalbrook was the colliery where my grandfather worked.
|Lynda (Colbaugh) Raitala||William and Ethel FINNEY|
Thank you so much for the photos of my grandparents' tombstone in Coalbrook Cemetery in Lackawanna County, PA. I looked at the memorial today for the first time since you posted them. They are very special to me and I really appreciate your effort.
|YVONNE BILGIN||claire waterman|
thanks for the foto
|Larry1963||RE: Shoemaker Cemetery|
Good morning Paul!
I was surprised to see that Polly Browning Wall's grave stone does not have a burial date, only when she was born. Thought that strange that the stone wasn't updated at death.
Perhaps Polly is not buried there since there does not appear to be a grave for her husband, Lorenzo Wall. It seems likely that they changed their minds for some reason and are buried elsewhere. (I would be surprised however, that her stone was erected prior to her death.)
What keeps genealogy so interesting is trying to figure out these oddities!
Thanks again Paul.
Thanks so much for adding the photograph os the headstone for Mosee Clifford and family.
Added by ArtK1950 on Aug 20, 2010 4:39 AM
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