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Kimberlie Frye (#47034099)
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Bio Photo Hello...I'm back after a short recess from Find A Grave. I apologize to those of you waiting on replies from me regarding memorials. I assure you I am working to catch up daily.

My family names consist of Fry(e) McIntyre Hammer Shively (Sheibler) Procyk Hartzell all on Fathers side AND Hixson Stape Schmucker Rumbaugh Hile (Heyl Heil Hyle) Kley on Mothers side...to name a few. I am from the Western PA, Westmoreland Cty. area originally.

Please note that I do not transfer family names, but would be happy to add info for you.


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BOB SMELTZER
PARMELLA SMITH
THE PROPER DATE FOR HER DEATH IS NOV14 1888 NOT NOV 18 AS I LISTED BEFORE
Added by BOB SMELTZER on Oct 07, 2014 11:40 AM
BOB SMELTZER
PARMELLA SMITH
I HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE THIS PERSON WAS MARRIED TO MY GREAT GRANDFATHER JACOB P SMITH I WAS CUROUS TO KNOW HER MAIDEN NAME I HAD THE NAME HEIDE BUT IT COULD BE HILE HYLE HEIL HEYL AS IN THE NAMES YOU HAVE IN YOUR PROFILE I HAVE OTHER EVIDENCE OF MY GREAT GRANDMOTHERS DEATH BEING NOV 18 1888 PARMELLA BEING BURIED IN THE OLD GERMAN CEMETARY MAKES SENSE BECAUSE JACOB LIVED A MILE FROM THERE BOB SMELTZER
Added by BOB SMELTZER on Oct 06, 2014 2:00 PM
Dave & Joyce Humphrey
Clifford Taylor's mother
The edit in your 'Edit Tab' that I sent you for Clifford Taylor at Franklin Square Cemetery is proved out by the obituary for his mother, Maxine Lee Duncan Holma (FindAGrave #110313995).
Even though her obit and tombstone do not list the Taylor name anywhere, except mentioning her sons....
Thanks!
DAVE HUMPHREY
Added by Dave & Joyce Humphrey on Oct 03, 2014 9:24 PM
Janet Whitson
Wetmoreland County Home Cemetery
Would you be willing to add your 2 photos of the Westmoreland County Home Cemetery to the Find A Grave entry for Mary Ann Kelly #134341159? We do not have any family photos of her which makes the page quite plain.

We do have the death certificate (10577) but are reluctant to scan it.

Thank you.

Janet Whitson #48049943
Added by Janet Whitson on Aug 14, 2014 7:15 PM
OperaDebbie
John Zimmerman
Hello,
I recently uploaded a photo for John Zimmerman at the Greenlawn cemetery in Mahoning County, Ohio after fulfilling a request for the (shared) marker of his wife. I noticed that his memorial page says his death was in 1844 but it appears that his stone reads 1884. I want to make sure that I didn't upload the wrong person. Can you double check the photos to see if I matched them up with the correct person? Thanks!
Added by OperaDebbie on Aug 10, 2014 10:00 PM
William Beers
OldGermanCemetery (defunct)
How did you determine that Hettie Harkins b 1823 d Oct 1882 was buried in this cemetery ? She would be my great-great grandmother and married to a Charles R Harkins b 1823 d aft 1898, I realize that he could not have been buried there.
Added by William Beers on Jul 17, 2014 1:01 PM
Richard Simpson
RE: Ballew
Thank you for your response.

Wayne Walter Ballew was born on 16 Nov 1918 in Armbrust, PA. He died in Feb 1982, in Westmoreland County. I am been unable to nail anything more specific about his death at this time.

Hope this helps...

Richard McClelland Simpson, III
Added by Richard Simpson on May 15, 2014 2:07 PM
petitjane
Jacob Hartzell 89119314
So many Jacob Hartzells! If this is MY Jacob, his wife's name was Mary (aka Maria Magdelena Kleinhans) and the date of his death was probably 1819. I wonder how you identified this Jacob's wife as Anne? Is there a stone for her? This has been a brick wall for me for a very long time. All the Hartzells seem to be there except my Jacob 1770-1819 and his wife Mary, who died after 1850. His brother John married Mary's sister, Dorothy and they are both in that Hartzell Cemetery. You do such good deeds for folks like me who can't travel that far. I live in NJ. Many thanks, Margaret
Added by petitjane on Apr 25, 2014 6:09 PM
Anne Rupert
Welcome Back!!
Great to have you back. Anne
Added by Anne Rupert on Apr 25, 2014 5:39 PM
Anne Rupert
RE: Andrew Dubiel
Kim - thanks - this is not the first time this has been found - you are correct - usually first stone with original spouse, then things change - another marriage and depending on how long it lasts very often they are buried next to second spouse. Sometime they have one also just for a memorial (this is usually for a veteran who died in another place).. Always surprised but who would have known!
Added by Anne Rupert on Apr 25, 2014 5:34 PM
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