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Hello - the memorial of Abraham Agnew that you maintain has the following information posted regarding his son Lyman "Lyman E. divorced Henrietta 14 May 1914. He was ordered to pay her $30 per month alimony to support Henrietta and their boys, Lyman and Newman." - Would you mind letting me know from where the information was obtained? Lyman was my brother-in-law's grandfather and I am helping him research his family tree. I appreciate any help you can afford me - Michele.
Added by michele on Jul 23, 2014 7:21 PM
|Terry W.||Nora A. Laubach|
I have calculated the date of birth for Nora Laubach to be July 3, 1863 from the tombstone inscription. Thanks again for all of your work.
Added by Terry W. on May 20, 2014 4:03 PM
|Nan||photos you've taken|
Thank you for adding photos for many of my memorials. Whenever I revisit one of them, I am pleasantly surprised to see that you've added a photo. Please know that I appreciate what you do for me and many others. ~nan
Added by Nan on May 20, 2014 12:33 PM
|Terry W.||Nora A. Laubach|
Please connect Nora A. Laubach #107785441 to her spouse Dr. John B. Laubach #8250990.
Added by Terry W. on May 20, 2014 4:32 AM
|botheja||John M. Taylor (# 107782458)|
Thank you so much for transferring John's memorial! I have updated his information and will continue to link his children to him as I find them. I really appreciate your help!
Added by botheja on Mar 31, 2014 6:46 AM
|Elaine J-D||Hufnagle Tombstone|
Hi, Aruyana. Just wanted to let you know that the bush/tree is gone! Looks much better.
|Elaine J-D||RE: Hufnagle Tombstone Pic|
That is extremely nice of you! We will be in Luzerne County 7/18 - 7/20. Depending on traffic, we should be at the NEPGS by 1:00 on Thursday (7/18) to do some research. As you probably know, they are only open until 4:00 so we are trying to get in as much research as possible in that 3 hours. When the NEPGS closes at 4:00, we will venture out into the Cemetery to look for the gravesite. If this doesn't work for you, we will also be there on Friday and most of Saturday. Let me know what is convenient for you.
And thanks so much for the additional pics. I am relieved to see that it is an evergreen and not a big oak tree!
|Elaine J-D||Hufnagle Tombstone Pic|
Hi, you fulfilled a photo request for me in April for Ellen Hufnagle who is buried in the Hanover Green Cemetery, Luzerne County, PA. (It's actually a joint headstone with her husband, George W. Hufnagle.) You probably remember it because there was a tree growing around the headstone and you advised me that the tree should probably be taken down.
I contacted the cemetery about the tree removal and they insist that there is no such person buried there!! At least that's according to their records. So, I'm sorry to bother you but I just want to verify that you really took that picture in the Hanover Green Cemetery.
(My sister and I will be going up there to check out the situation for ourselves in about 3 weeks.)
|Sherry Minn||Mary E Agnew Search|
I have added the links for her parents.
|Nan||Atherholts in Wardan Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the photo for Harriet and Joseph Atherholt. I didn't know where Joseph was buried; now thanks to you, I do.
Added by Nan on May 06, 2013 1:40 PM
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