|Cheryl Moslowitz (#47066515)|
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Main passion is genealogy. My line (Ivie/White) is fairly extensive and I work on it daily. The other line I am woking on for my Ex (Moslowiz/Fufaro or Furfaro) is more difficult as the family does not seem to have records of them....but I love a Challenge. I have two furry 2 furry kids. A silky terrier named Ozzie and a giant cat named Sylvester. We recently had to say a sad goodbye to our maltese named Bogie Badda-Boom. We are hopeful that he is in the hands and hearts of my sister Julie and brother Russell who have passed on. He couldn't be in a better place.|
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|Bob Gilbert||Nathaniel Powers|
Hi Cheryl, I read your note on Nathaniel Powers' memorial (#139052090) and was wondering if you would share your knowledge of his military service with me. He was my 5th Great Grandfather. I know his son Joseph served both in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.
|Rhonda C. Poynter/Gannon/Friends||RE: Julie White|
Thank You for your message...l am sorry for your loss. l meant to visit Julie again, but my son had surgery, then l lost my mom, then l had to have surgery, myself...l promise to visit from now on. l do check in here routinely, so message me with a hi whenever you want, or use my email contact - take care and stay in touch. Hugs, Rhonda and Gannon Blue
|Dan Oh||Edward Wilkinson|
I made the correction you sent, but I highly doubt the data you sent and this tombstone and cemetery match up.
A. Northumberland County is pretty far away from this cemetery.
B. The church was not established until 1840 (See the history at http://www.stmaryassumption.org/church-history.html )
I'd appreciate a reply to either remove the dates, or provide documentation as to how it is possible.
Happy New Year
Added by Dan Oh on Dec 30, 2013 2:58 PM
|Mary Evans||Frank Ivie|
I am looking for a Frank Ivie 1857 born in Provo to Richard Anderson Ivie and Mary Eveline Young Ivie.
My record just says that he was buried in Fruitland, Duchesne, Utah.
I saw you not on the Ivie with no first name. Do you know anything about "the old cemetery" and when it was used? or when it was moved? I have no idea when this Frank died.