|paul babiuk (#47278763)|
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Retired mechanical engineer and amateur taphophile who lives in Lackawanna County, PA.|
If I've made any errors, or if you have any information to add to any of my memorials, please let me know. I welcome corrections, additional information, and requests for linking family members. I also will gladly transfer memorials that are not my relatives to anyone interested in maintaining them, don't hesitate to request a transfer.
Any photo I have posted on Find a Grave is intended to be used.... Please feel free to use them in personal use and documentation.
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|Jean Allen||Thomas Courtright|
Dear Sir: You posted a picture of Thomas Courtright, Beach Grove Cemetery Row 14 grave #22.
Memorial #25003197. This is my husband's ancestor. Is it possible you could take a picture of Lydia Bidlack Cortright, Thomas' wife? She is in the same row and grave #23 according to records. The last name is spelled differently I believe. Robert ( my husband) and I are looking for their children....potential ties to the Mayflower. We also have pictures of grave 24 and 25...Lydia's parents. Thank you for your time. We live in Papillion NE (near Omaha) and can't head back to the east coast until next Spring. By the way, is the Beach Grove Cemetery open to the public or do we need permission to enter?
Thank you again for your time.
|Janice Hollandsworth||St Joseph Cemetery|
Hi! Maybe you can help me with something.
I think maybe someone has duplicated this cemetery and since you made a photo at one time for the cemetery page possibly you can tell.
This might be the duplicate.
That statue of Jesus on the cross looks awfully familiar to both of them. Second cemetery the huge pine behind it is missing.
|Donna Lynn||RE: Donald Noldy head stone|
Wow! Awesome Paul! Thank you for adding the family stones. They are my grandparents, aunts, uncles & cousins. When I was younger I would drive there from the Montrose area to sit and talk with grandpa.
I appreciate it very much!
|Linda C. Driscoll||Stookey photos|
Thank you very much for the photos!
Thanks so very much for the photo's of Warren and Daisy Killian, appreciate your thoughtfulness and time.
Added by Chris on Jul 18, 2015 6:02 AM
|Sister Sonya||Graham / Bates|
Thanks for the pictures of the Graham's and thanks for looking for the Bates, the information for them came from the death certificate, but it might be wrong. I'll see if there's an obituary on newspapers dot com, or perhaps they don't have a headstone, I do believe he was a farmer. Anyhow, thanks for looking. :)
|Donna Lynn||Donald Noldy head stone|
I so appreciate your getting my Dad's head stone picture for me. Your the best!
Thanks for the gravestone picture.
Thanks for getting the photo of the Carey stone! Much appreciated!
|Sister Sonya||More thanks|
These stones are such a help- you found John C.s wife which I haven't been able to find anywhere and Lydia's Dod (John's sister.) I swear these Eastern europeans and their changing names/spelling are gonna be the death of me.
I'm gonna look that restaurant up the next time I'm in Tamaqua- as I have to go back. The cemetery in town was locked, so I couldn't find great great great grandma. :(
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