|Olin E. Hartley (#46925033)|
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I was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., and grew up just east of there in the small town of Murrysville. Through Army, college, and company transfers, I've retired to East Texas.|
I was married to Janet Marie (Vogel) Hartley ,and have three children, Tim, Todd & Kari.
My genealogy interests are (Paternal): Hartley, Headlee(ey), Gass (my stone wall), Fordyce, Lemley, Shriver, Barrickman, Jones, Cunningham and Prickett. (Maternal): Green, Knox, Jackson, Scott (England), Heacox, Barton and Hawley.
I'm willing to take photos for anyone in and around the Tyler, Texas area. I would like to thank those that have taken photos for me. I've "met" some great friends that way.
Please email me with any additions and/or corrections and I'll gladly update.
Please note: Many thanks to Carolina Angel for sponsoring my wife's memorial page.
A very special thank you to my friend Diane Miller for sponsoring my great grandparents, Joseph & Margaret (Scott) Green and Albert Henry Knox. Please visit Diane's family.
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I love to keep things up to date and accurate. Having family members take an interest in their family's memorial is wonderful. Thank you.
Added by Cheryl on May 02, 2015 10:36 AM
|Jan Franco||RE: Lyman Bradley|
I should have also said: I think the newer section of the cemetery - across street was known as New Aspetuck - at least that's how the Hale Index listed it in 1934.
|Jan Franco||RE: Lyman Bradley|
Yes, same cemetery. A whole early settled section of Easton was known by both names.
|Scott Baker||RE: Hartley's (2)|
You are welcome. Scott
THANK YOU FOR REMEMBERING MY SISTER MARS ON HER BIRTHDAY AND THE LOVELY TOKEN,
IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED
BEST WISHES FROM IRELAND
Added by Reilly on Apr 23, 2015 5:41 AM
|The Caretaker||RE: Mary E. Atwood Hartley|
you are most welcome.
|Julia Ather||Mary Atwood Hartley|
I put in the link for Mary's husband. If you'd like to manage her memorial, just ask. I'd be happy to transfer it to you.
|Casey111000||RE: Noah E. Hartley|
I have seen that you have done a lot of research on the Hartley's, I was wondering if you have found anything really interesting or extraordinary about any of the Hartley's. I was also wondering if you have ever found if the Hartley's are related to any famous people or persons of significance. Thank You, My Great-Great-Great Grandmother was Sarah (Hartley) Hall, buried in Quaker City, Ohio.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Vance Vincent Hartley|
You're welcome. It turns out that Anna is buried beside Vance. I'm disappointed that I couldn't find a marker for Martha. Maybe next time.
Thanks for your note! Cindy
|purple-lady||* Easter Blessings *|
Olin, stopping by to wish you a blessed Easter.
May your day be filled with love & laughter and
spent with those you love and care about.
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