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This site has been most helpful in my genealogical research, including my membership to Daughters of the American Revolution. I am trying to give back by contributing to Find-A-Grave.|
I am happy to transfer anyone who is not a relation of mine, and I welcome corrections and additions. Please use the edit tab, then use the "suggest a correction" to contact me.
You are welcome to use any of my photos for your personal use concerning family research such as genealogy websites and family trees.
I am researching the following surnames: Horn/Horne from England 1830's, Ing/Inge, probably from England, and Dengle from Germany or Romania.
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|mygenpassion||Gallagher's in Calvary Cemetery|
I am not related to any of these so I transferred all to your safe-keeping. Enjoy.
|C. Fairchild||RE: re Lida Jones|
We all make mistakes and it's no big deal but I like to know if I've made a duplicate and you are welcome.
|Sue LaBrie||Frank & Avis Holcomb|
Thanks for the good pictures of their stones.
Glad you confirmed that was where she is buried. Sue
|Ashtabula Co. Gen. Soc.||Phoebe Eastman|
Your photo of Phoebe Eastman and family is clearer so I eliminated the one taken previously. Thank you for the additional info.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: re Glaab family|
Your very Welcome
|Sharon||A BIG THANK YOU!|
Hi Mrs. JB
Thank you very much for the transfer of the memorials fot Lester and Margaret Parke. God bless you for your help!
Sharon Troy Centanne
Added by Sharon on Jun 06, 2014 10:27 AM
The Glaab's are now in your possession. As always, if you find any others please let me know. I am always happy to reunite families.
Added by Zim on Jun 05, 2014 6:40 AM
|Al Kiser||RE: re Mr. & Mrs. Reynolds|
Thanks again & have a nice day as well!
Added by Al Kiser on Jun 02, 2014 7:25 AM
|LAB||RE: re: Chenot family|
Hi, Glad the photo "caught" other family members. I cropped that photo and added individual photos for the other family members. If you do not like these, if they are not clear enough, please let me know and I will immediately remove them, and you can submit requests. So glad to hear this was helpful, and I appreciated your note. My mother's family was from the Lawrenceville area of Pittsburgh, and we have family in that cemetery as well. There were a lot of Irish Catholic immigrants in Lawrenceville. If you have Pittsburgh ancestors, the Univ of Pittsburgh website called "Historic Pittsburgh" might be helpful. You an search city directories and other texts as well as census listings. If I can help you with anything, please let me know. Best wishes, Lynn
Added by LAB on May 31, 2014 1:10 PM
|Linda Mattern||RE: re Clark and Myrtle Town|
Thanks for the message. I did the correction.
Really appreciate your work. The picture is great.
Have a great day.
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