|Dennis R. Davis (#47039832)|
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A resident of Erie County Pennsylvania for 56 years. Have been researching my family since 1976. A descendant of James McCray who left Scotland and Ireland, settling in Concord Twp., Erie Co., Pennsylvania about 1795. I have visited and researched several cemeteries in Crawford, Erie, Venango and Warren Counties in Pennsylvania as well as cemeteries in Chautuaqua and Cattaraugus counties in New York State. I Am willing to share experiences as well as family information to those that are interested. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to contact me. Friends and family know me best as Rusty, a nickname given to me at birth in honor of my Father's brother, Russell G. Davis who was killed at St. Lo France serving his country during the D-Day Invasion WW II.|
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|Diana Watson||Sarah Lyons Fuller #75552169|
Please remove the fact that she was a DAR member.
DAR was not established until 1890. She died in 1861.
NW District Director PSSDAR
|Rod Peterson||Elizabeth Scofield|
I've committed what I'm sure is a FindaGrave sin. I was working on my Eliakim Scofield line in the Corry, PA area and couldn't find a listing for his sister-in-law, Elizabeth (who is buried right next to him). So I created a page, added Mom & Dad, as well as all the siblings and her husband, and posted it
Then I realized that you already had one, but it didn't have all the ancillary information. So, now there are two. Since mine has far more information, perhaps you'd consider deleting yours.
For relevance, Eliakim and Rachel (Elizabeth's sister) are my 3rd great grandparents, so I'm in the actual line of descendants.
Your Elizabeth: 106252308
My Elizabeth: 162758874
Sorry for the duplication.
|ME Three||Charles A Gamin|
Memorial #127680095 you state that Charles was in the Civil War but I do not think that is correct. Charles Gamin born 1821 in England died 1869 in New York was my great grandfather. Charles Arthur Gamin was a second cousin 2x removed and he served in the Civil War. Although the record for his head stone says he is buried in Maple Lawn he is really buried in Salisbury, Herkimer, New York along with his wife. Did you actually see the grave of Charles Gamin husband of Caroline Blackmore Gamin or was this information forwarded to you? I have searched since 1999 and have found no record of my great grandfather ever serving during the Civil War. Non of the records I have indicate a middle name for him either.
Thank you for any light you are able to shed on this situation.
Added by ME Three on May 20, 2016 11:04 AM
|Florence W Gray||Ida M Boyd|
Memorial# 122651285 is my great Aunt is there a possible to transfer it to me I thank you Waterford Cemetery
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Richard E. Jackson|
We respectfully request permission to use Richard's cemetery marker photo in our online tree with credit. Richard is Marie's cousin and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|ChrisMcB||Date of Death|
I find a date of death of 1974 and photo on Ancestry.com
Added by ChrisMcB on Mar 13, 2016 11:42 AM
Hi Dennis, I found that stone that I can't figure out. If you could take a look at Fern McCray's memorial 99301425. Her marker is a double marker. Then look at her husbands link. There are 2 Henry Clinton Warners??? I am so confused. What do you think? Thanks! RC
Added by RC on Jan 21, 2016 12:31 PM
|Sherry Paulsen||Joel Thompson's wives?|
Hi Dennis, I have a question for you. Joel Thompson is my 5th great-grandfather. I have Margaret Smith, 69098141, as his wife. But Mary Mulvin, 69098058, is listed as his wife. Could Mary be Margaret? Thank you, Sherry Paulsen
|RC||RE: Opinion on a marker|
Thanks for your reply, I will have to let you know when I come back across the stone as it was probably a Crowell-McCray member, which I am finding many of! I guess that's just what happened in small towns :) RC
Added by RC on Jan 06, 2016 2:53 PM
|Joy||RE: Barbara Boyd|
You are welcome!
Added by Joy on Jan 06, 2016 11:07 AM
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